Some-Book2543 wrote: Thanks for replying Skeptical_One! I am new to the site, but I have read through some archived forums. The Penuma definitely does not seem popular here, and for good reason from a lot of the stories. However, on other sites and forums, I am finding more people with positive results than negative. So I am weighing all sides. This site does seem like a haven for folks with terrible outcomes. That said, fat transfers and dermal matrices seem even way more risky than the Penuma. I've seen reports of Necrosis, and horribly shaped endings. Forgive me for still learning, but what are some of the non-surgical Girth enhancements you referenced?
What other sites exactly? You mean the Penuma subreddit that does some soft censorship (I posted once or twice asking questions about the complaints people have made on places like this forum and they weren't having it). I say "soft" because they do still let a good number of dissatisfied and/or Removal
patients post, although if they still exist I don't know (??).
As someone who's moderated the only forum devoted to the topic of surgical penis enlargement for over a decade, I would strongly suggest taking my word that fat transfers aren't as "dangerous" as a rigid silicone implant, in-fact, the fat is your own tissue. That's neither here or there.
As for non-surgical Girth
options, there are a few popular & viable ones spoken of today: Hyaluronic Acid
): Temporary filler that provides instant volume. Temporary implies that you may require top-offs in the future as the product will absorb over time. Anecdotal evidence suggests HA
can survive 18+ months before a top-off. HA
naturally occurs in the body and is relatively safe for cosmetic use. Ellanse
: Long-term temporary filler that stimulates collagen growth for Girth
. This is predicted to survive 2-4 years (possibly longer?) before any necessary top-offs. Radiesse
: Much like Ellanse
in how it generates new Girth
, but not reported to last nearly as long. PMMA
: The only recommended permanent filler option available. Trade-off is travel to Mexico (Avanti Derma
), since the American iteration of PMMA
(patent-enforced) is not only very expensive per volume, but uses a bovine carrier making it less ideal for penile application. Avoid silicone fillers.
The aforementioned, especially HA
, and PMMA
, are most popular here. Deciding what's best for an individual depends on a number of variables (advantages of temporary-vs-permanence, travel & costs, expertise of practitioner, etc.)