I been reading new articles and cases saying PE is dangerous and doesn't work. And how it will actually make you smaller and can risk death during surgery. There was a couple that died this year alone and one this month. If you good penis enlargement and go under news you will see all of this information. Is this true? Do you think it's a waste of money are we being swindled by doctors? Is the surgery life risking? Does PMMA make you smaller over time? Is all of this true. I just read it I still want to believe some methods still work. I would love if everyone can give me there opinions on this. Thank you
Most articles rely on a history of phalloplasty being regarded as dangerous. Risk of death almost has nothing to do with the actual enlargement (in other words, the risk of death is present with a lot of surgeries), and the notion of a \"smaller\" penis is due to complications like scarring from some botched procedures.
Most deaths arise from either non-surgical related matter (i.e. the billionaire who had a attack while having enlargement performed), or from improper technique (e.g. unqualified practitioner or shoddy product). Otherwise, if you\'re going to a credible physician and they employ modern techniques, I wouldn\'t freak out. That\'s one reason I\'m excited about introducing more Sponsors to PhalloBoards. I\'m not just taking anyone, only those have cleared my vetting process.
The truth is that these publications aren\'t in touch with where penis enlargement is going. Especially as it pertains to dermal fillers & girth enhancement. It\'s becoming increasingly safe & effective, period. Risk of death isn\'t even acknowledged, and options like HA & PMMA are about as casual as getting botox.
I guarantee you that article has a fraction of knowledge this forum possesses and relies on a history of stigma & experimentation found in phalloplasty.