after advice guys my main objective is to increase my flacid length ive tried an extender with some minimal resuts certainly noticed it made my erections harder and thicker at the base but for me i really would now consider getting Phalloplasty im tired of hiding my small Dick in the changeroom etc im 2.5 inches flacid but a little over 5 inches when Erect with some Girth ...guess if anyone on here has experienced this operation im curious of their results or suggestions of good surgeons in this field regardless of where they may be as im certainly willing to travel for this one! thks for your time gentleman
The consensus is that lengthening isn\'t very effective. Not only that, but you are required to stick to a strict stretching/traction regimen the following 3-6 months just to realize gains, if any. Flaccid may improve more so than erect length, but I also suppose that depends on how much of a show-er/grower you are. Good luck.
I really recommend checking out the website thundersplace.org.
It is an incredible resource for PE in general. There are loads s of threads that
pertain to lengthening the penis through non surgical methods such as Jelqing, stretching, Hanging, and pumping.
I don\'t recommend surgery. The results are usually minimal gain, and in some cases a shorter penis.
Just my 2 cents...
I don\'t think lengthening surgery is very, if at all, effective for Erect gains. However, if you are after Flaccid gains then it is actually usually pretty effective. By releasing the ligament the penis literally drops down from the pubic bone and thus is instantly longer in the Flaccid state. However, when Erect the penis points either upwards or straight out, so the gains seen from cutting the ligs are nullified.
But be ware that often surgery leads to more problems than it does good. If you have bad scarring it can make you even more conscious than before surgery. Also it is possible for the ligs to reattach and make the penis even shorter. Then of course there are things like infection and some guys have reported constant pain at the base of their penis following surgery that never went away.
So whilst Flaccid gains tend to be pretty good and easy to achieve, their are still risks involved, so unless it really is a major issue for you, then I\'d be inclined not to have the surgery if I were you. For most guys I just say straight out \"don\'t do it\" as, they are usually after Erect gains, which I personally don\'t think this surgery aids.