- Non-surgical treatment
Most classified adverts you see in men’s magazine will offer the following treatment options.
- Vacuum ‘developers’.
- Attaching weights to the penis to elongate it.
- Stimulating penis growth using magnetic or electrical devices.
- ‘Hormone’ therapy, which may at times contain testosterone or other sex related hormones such as steroids.
- Remedies from an assortment of herbs from all over the world.
There is no credible evidence from published research showing the effectiveness of these treatments for permanent penis size increase.
- Surgical treatment
2.1 Fat Injection
Liposuction to remove fat from thighs or abdominal walls, into the dartos fascia, beneath the penile shaft skin. Removal of extra fat around pubic area, which tends to bury penis and make it appear less prominent. A temporary 1.4cm length gain. Fat in pubic area will build up again once the patient regains weight, which will be reabsorbed overtime causing a somewhat smaller size penis. It is a popular technique. Indiscernible scar
2.2 Inserting grafts of dermis and fat
- Use dermis (a tissue layer beneath the skin surface with adequate supply of blood vessels)
- Extract fat from the groin or buttock parts in the penile shaft.
- Dermal grafts close non-healing wound openings on the body. The dermal graft is sutured in the defective part and sometimes to the neighboring healthy skin where it begins to assimilate itself into the fresh site by structuring novel vessels for blood supply.
- An extra graft is cropped from the buttock area and inserted into the penis, under the shaft skin and above the erectile body.