Usually Unnecessary

Straightening a Bent Penis

phalloplasty for penis curvature straightening is unnecessary 99.99% of the time

Phalloplasty (penis plastic surgery) is a great sounding word. I have to say.

Very expensive and impressive sounding. Do you agree?

It comes from phallus (“penis”) and plasty (“plastic surgery”).

And, just as Rhinoplasty is the expensive sounding technical name for a “nose job”, Phalloplasty is that same expensive sounding technical name for a “penis job”.

An impressive word indeed! I like it.

Is it worth $7,000 - $16,000 and risking impotence for?

The Possible Side Effects
Not So Impressive

The possible side effects of a phalloplasty include and are not limited to:

  • Impotence

  • Erectile dysfunction

  • Inability to attain or maintain a solid erection

  • Inability to orgasm

  • Lack of sensation

  • Urinary problems

  • Infection

Are you still excited?

What If Phalloplasty
Doesn’t Work For YOU?

What if you are one of the unlucky ones?

phalloplasty, penis surgery to straighten a bent penis

If the entire procedure is successful, you will have a straightened erection. And, you will be out between $7,000 - $16,000.

If you have complications afterward, you’re still out the thousands of dollars, but, now you have more problems. Possibly very unpleasant ones.

Is it worth the risks?

I don’t think so. Here’s why:

99.99% Of The Time
You Can Straighten A Bent Penis
Without Surgery

You Can Straighten A Bent Penis Without Surgery.

When I was searching for the same answers you want now, that interested me right away.

You see, there are only two methods that have proven effective for straightening a bent penis. These are phalloplasty (surgery) and correct penis traction. The statistics say all other methods give minimal or no real correction at all.

Both surgery and correct traction are medically endorsed and recommended.

"Correct traction, however, has proven to be far safer."

OK. Far, far safer.

Why Choose Traction?

Besides the obvious safety factor?

Cost. Correct traction, proven Safest and Most Effective, will cost you under $300.

A phalloplasty will cost you $7,000 - $16,000.

"Correct traction will cost you less than $300.
Surgery in the $7,000 - $16,000 range.”

These, again, are the only two methods that have proven to give real results. Some of the other methods give about 30% straightening at best. The others, are virtually useless.

Since both surgery and correct traction are medically endorsed and recommended, and because correct traction has NONE of the surgical risks, which do you think makes the most sense to try FIRST?

I know. It seems like a stupid question now. Right?

However, for some reason, we, as a society, seem totally impressed with surgeries. We seem to enjoy getting them.

Don’t get me wrong. I am not at all against surgery when it is necessary. Surgeries can give some almost miraculous seeming results. When used in necessary situations.

However, 99.99% of the time, it is not needed to straighten a bent penis.

for penile curvature correction

is totally unnecessary
99.99% of the time.”

Penis Surgery
Is Never Without Serious Possible Risks

We seem to love the word surgery.

But, with every surgery, damage is done to our nerves and blood vessels.

We rarely hear about what cutting does to us. But, there are always consequences.

Our blood flow becomes compromised. We risk infections. And, worst of all: We cut our nerves. This means we lose sensation.

In some cases this is meaningless. For a penis, it can be a tragedy.

Erectile Dysfunction
Is too common


When we cut nerves, we lose feeling.

“Nerves do not heal quickly.”

Ask anyone who ever had a face lift. Their face can remain numb for 5 - 10 years after.

Numbness is the huge risk with a phalloplasty.

With a face lift, your face may be numb afterward. For many years. But, most people don’t care because all they wanted was to improve their looks. And, if you had a good surgeon you’re usually happy. Numb or not.

With a phalloplasty, you lose sensation in your penis. Maybe for 5 - 10 years after. How much sensation you lose depends on a number of things.

If the loss of sensation is very minor, it may not present any problem.

“If the loss of sensation is great enough,
you may not be able to orgasm.
You may not even be able to get an erection.

You also may not be able
to maintain an erection because
you can’t really feel anything in your shaft  anymore.”

Does this sound like a worthwhile risk if there is another method that avoids all of those risks?

And, if the other method costs you less than $300, is medically endorsed, and guaranteed (yes, Guaranteed) to work for you, what makes the most sense to try first??

Surgeries Should Be Saved
When They Are Absolutely Necessary

Surgeries can be life savers.

They can also have unfortunate after effects.

I believe that surgeries should be saved for the times they are absolutely necessary. Because of the possible risks, they are never something to abuse.

Penis straightening
does NOT require surgery 99.99% of the time.

The Best Costs LESS

Correct traction has proven to be the Safest and Most Effective method for penis straightening in the world.

Nothing else compares.

Correct traction is also very inexpensive. The reason is: You don’t need a practitioner to do it for you. All you need is a high quality traction device that you use correctly by yourself.

As you already learned: You can get one of the best devices in the world for under $350.

The ones you find at that link are also guaranteed to work, or you get your money back.

Which surgery is it that comes with a money back guarantee?

If you try correct traction first, I think you’ll be just as pleased with your results as the tens of thousands of men around the world, who have straightened their erections with it already.

And then, you’ll have no need for a phalloplasy to straighten your bent penis.

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Be Well.....

~ William

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