Penis surgery, in my opinion, is the worst possible choice that could be made when a men considers how to fix his bent penis. The worst!
Here is a partial list of the possible side effects that can come from this type of surgical procedure:
First, I believe penis surgery, for a curvature problem, is insane.
The reason for that is that in over 99.99% of the cases, penis surgery is just not necessary to straighten a curvature or bending. It doesn't matter what the cause of the bending was.
Surgery, for almost everything these days, has just become so common these days that we accept it like apple pie. So why not do it here too? "It's available. Might as well use it. If it's expensive it must be good." Right?
Although the human body has great and miraculous healing properties, it was never meant to be sliced up. A surgical procedure should only be a last resort in any physical condition or disease. The last resort. Not the first.
Every surgical procedure carries these consequences:
Now, in your erection: sensation (proper nerve function) and hardness (proper blood flow) are most important. Why would you want to risk unnecessary permanent damage to these things with an unnecessary surgical procedure?
The body is a totally self healing device. Assist it correctly and you will eliminate any health problem you have.
When you cut a body you injure it. Severely.
Here is a common example:
When I was a young man, my breathing was sometimes a little difficult. A surgeon friend told me he could easily correct my deviated septum (breathing blockage in my nose) with a "simple" surgery. It sounded like a great idea. So I did it!
Now I breathe very freely through my nose. BUT!! my sense of smell is 75%-85% gone. He neglected to tell me about that possible side effect.
Would I have done that if I had known?
Most men have a small degree of curvature in their erections. But when it bends or curves so much that it is embarrassing, or painful, or causes pain to your partner, you most certainly would like to straighten it out.
But, a surgical procedure here is almost never the best or safest answer.
Every surgical procedure comes with greater or lesser complications.
If you became impotent with penis surgery, would it have been a good choice? Especially if there was a better, safer, and much less expensive way to do it?
BY FAR the absolute best and most effective method for straightening a penile bend is the use of a high quality traction device. If you study the results, nothing else compares. Once you understand what caused your bending, it becomes very easy to see why correct traction has proven to be Safest AND Most Effective.
Correct traction is so good that it is now medically recommended in 29 countries!
is effective in almost 100% of bending or curvature conditions."
The high quality penile traction devices are classified as Type 1 Medical Devices devices in Europe and they bear the "CE" seal. This is a stamp of safety given to medical devices by European Health Authorities.
Besides not having all the disastrous possible side effects of a surgical procedure, correct traction is very inexpensive. You do it yourself with the proper device. The process is painless and very gradual.
Penis traction is totally non invasive! Done according to directions, you do not risk the circulation damage or any of the nerve damage found in penile surgeries.
best penis traction device available only costs about $400.
Penis surgery will cost you between $9,000 - $16,000.
I have found 23 penis traction devices currently available on the market. Seems everyone is jumping on the band wagon!
You can find a few others for $50 to $150 less. But, if an inferior unit breaks on your shaft, or causes damage to your shaft you will regret it forever! You can't replace your penis. So, for a few more dollars, does it make sense to do it properly and with the best device possible?
A good quality penis traction device works so effectively, that you can actually lengthen your erection by 1 to 3 inches if you want to! For this reason they became most commonly sold as enlargers or extenders.
But, don't worry. Your shaft will not get any longer until you straighten it out. That is because the shorter penile tissues will be stretched before the longer ones are affected by the traction (pulling).
After that, it's up to your own desires.
For straightening a bending or curvature condition,
99% of the time,
a surgical procedure is not necessary.
And, because of the horrible and hideous possible risks, penis surgery seems like pure insanity to me! Only because: correct penis traction has proven to be superior in every way.