Surgery is one of the most controversial approaches to penis enlargement. While it does come with the coveted “mainstream” label, it is by far the most expensive option. Many people think that surgery is less hassle and the bringer of instant results. They should think again. First and foremost, men who have willingly chosen the knife to improve their lives also have to go through a period of exercises designed to help the penis recover. Second, sex is out of the question after surgery. So there’s no instant use for instant results. Third, things may go wrong. And if you think that nothing can happen to spoil your attempt to better your sex life, then neither did Charles Lennon, the not so proud owner of a ten-year hard on.
In theory a perpetual hard on may sound fun for certain desperate men who haven’t gotten laid in a while, but let me tell you this is not as good as it sounds. Charles Lennon was in his late 50s when he received an implant made of plastic and steel called Dura-II. The device was supposed to help men suffering from erectile dysfunction raise their penises for sex and then lower them down afterwards. Problem is Lennon’s device remained stuck in the up position. In one short moment of unlucky malfunction, Charles Lennon lost the chance to ride a bike again, hug people, wear tight clothing or go for a swim. He has turned into a recluse who is embarrassed to meet people and is uncomfortable around his own grandchildren.
And the worst part of it is that there is no going back for Charles Lennon. The implant is not working properly and cannot be taken out due to health-related problems that prevent Lennon for going through surgery again. And even if doctors could somehow take the implant out, there is no way Lennon would get an erection because the implant replaced part of the penis tissue. This means that Charles Lennon is stuck with the malfunctioning implant for the rest of his life. While it’s true that he had brought the manufacturer before a court and won compensatory payments, money cannot undo the implant, nor fix a man’s life.
It’s not my intention to imply that surgery is a disaster waiting to happen every time. I’m sure that many people went through penis enlargement surgery and everything was perfect for them. But you have to realize that when things go wrong, there is no turning back.
Once the knife goes through the tissue, there is no way to undo the cut and, for good or for worse, you have to live with the consequences.
And, as told above, the consequences can sometimes be pretty dire. Permanent erection, irreversible impotence, loss of feeling due to damage sustained by nerves, scars – these are the hazards of a male enhancement technique that is outside your control. Therefore, my advice to all the men considering penis enlargement is: ttry the pills first and make surgery your last choice.