“Deformity, shortening, and erectile dysfunction” – definitely not what these men were going for
| Zukus – A research team from London looked at the results of 21 types of surgical and non surgical enlargement procedures done on 1,192 men.
The lead author, urologist Gordon Muir, described the treatment outcomes as:
“poor, with low satisfaction rates and significant risk of major complications, including penile deformity, shortening and erectile dysfunction”.
The study concluded that surgery should only be considered as a last choice and injectables outside of clinical trials are not recommended.
Furthermore, Muir said:
“The vast majority of men who may wish to have their [unit] made longer have [one] of completely normal length, but they often feel that [it] is too small.”
While the authors found that nonsurgical treatments were able to increase the flaccid length by approximately two centimeters, they also highlighted that every procedure brings a “high complication rate” with it. Read more.
Our view: various bodily organs come in various sizes. A short male unit is no more a disease in need of treatment than is a size 7 foot in a man or a size 32A bra in a woman. – Editor