In fact, about 30% of males are conscious about the length of their manhood as it considerably associated with their performance.
According to a recent study conducted in Italy by an urologist, males can absolutely increase the length of their manhood. One of the low-risk enhancement procedures is through “traction” wherein a guy would need to wear a “penile extender” which stretches penis for several hours a day within four months. It can raise the length into 1.5 cm to 2.5 cm.
This was confirmed by Dr. Patrick Tuliao from the Philippine Urological Association and general urologist sub-specializing in oncology, endourology, laparoscopic, and robotic urologic surgery saying:
In theory, the pulling force of the extender results in the production of new collagen through increased cellular production, which then leads to gradual penile tissue expansion and ultimately, penile lengthening.
Dr. Tuliao noted that though length can be increase, girth doesn’t necessarily follow and said:
“Penile length and circumference can be augmented via several ways. The most commonly performed surgery to lengthen the penis is to release the suspensory ligament (a process that involves attaching the base of the penis to the pubic bone) combined with some form of skin flap. Other methods include the use of penile prosthetic implants and rib cartilage attachment.”
Meanwhile, penile girth can be enlarged using fat injection or grafts such as dermal fat, large blood vessels, and fascia.
Nevertheless, while this procedure is low-risk, complications can arise no matter how simple the procedure appears to be.
Use of extenders may cause pain, skin irritation, and abrasions, not to mention hematoma formation due to blood vessel injury. Aside from bleeding, wound infection, and scarring, surgical procedures to lengthen the penis may result in reduced penile sensation, penile shortening (when the penis reattaches to the pubic bone), erectile dysfunction, abnormal penile curvature, and an unstable penis especially during intercourse.”
Source: Read and Digest