jay1 wrote: ok i will post updates on here but like i said it won't be till sometime late next year. They look professional enough but it's likely from patient-to-patient whether something goes tits up, im more concerned about cutting my ligament than anything it seems the gains maybe not worth the possible complications? the rest I'm comfortable with, I've just bought a penimaster pro to use in the mean time if i see decent gains off that i might just get the Girth procedure HA fat transfer.
I had ligament cut done 10 weeks ago, but I have not been able to stretch due to having developed Phimosis
(inability to pull back the Foreskin
), however after reading very much about ligament cut I would say: don't do it! The way I see it there are three scenarios:
1. You get no gains at all
2. You do get gains but it is not impressive and only in Flaccid
3. You get one of the supposedly rare complications like changed Erection
angle, or worse yet... loss of penile stability
The loss of Erection
angle does not seem uncommon: 10-15 degrees, from what I read. My surgeon said 15 degrees is possible, but he emphasized the difference will be "very small". However, it seems a lot of people had no change at all in Erection
angle, based on what many people wrote on the forum.
Even more scary is the loss of penile stability, but it seems much more rare. It keeps being mentioned, but the source seems to be some very old research articles, and many surgeons since then commented that they have not experienced it. My surgeon only said that it might be harder for a woman to be on top (or guy for those who prefer that); meaning it is probably not unheard of, but that he admitted it is probably a sign that it is either very rare or very minor.
Anyway, I am quite worried I might have one of these complications, but I cannot "test" the penis properly at the moment, due to the Phimosis
. I just think, why worry about these complications when the possible gains are so minor for most? And besides, I remember reading on the Androfill
website that it is not a procedure that they recommend, but I do believe that they offer it. It seems a good idea to start out with Hyaluronic Acid
. I wish I had gone down that route before trying permanent options.