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Penis Enlargement Gone Bad: Exciting Stories of Men After ‘Frankenstein’ Surgery

Matt was just one of dozens of men unhappy with their penises who sought genital enhancement surgery as a solution.

But his dream treatment turned into an agonizing ruin, with the 46-year-old telling MailOnline it felt like a “broom handle” had been implanted in his now misshapen penis.

In the end the military veteran, of Utahwould have to pay around £250,000 to correct left ‘Frankenstein’ surgery.

And he is not alone. Dozens of other men seek equally dangerous treatments in search of the perfect penis, driven by feelings of insecurity about their appearance or inadequacy in the bedroom.

For some, the mission to have a longer, thicker or more aesthetically pleasing organ has backfired.

Clinics specializing in these procedures can choose from a menu of treatments that men looking for a bigger package

Matt, 46, from Utah, paid £12,500 for a Penuma implant which he says caused him devastating pain and was removed five months later.

Matt, 46, from Utah, paid £12,500 for a Penuma implant which he says caused him devastating pain and was removed five months later.

Another man described how silicone implant fractures were found floating inside his shaft just five years after his surgery.

Clinics that specialize in these procedures can choose from a menu of treatments that men looking for a bigger package.

One option, called the Penuma implant, is a silicone structure surgically inserted into the penis, similar to some breast implants.

Other treatments involve cutting an internal ligament in the groin area to make the penis appear longer, while others inject substances such as collagen gel and hyaluronic acid to thicken your penis.

Industry experts saw a post-pandemic boom in penile enhancement surgeries that they say is linked to increased pornography consumption and WFH policies that allow patients to recover quietly at home.

What are the different penis enlargement procedures?

There are usually three different types of penis enlargement procedures available to Britons.

This includes:

Penis enlargement injections: £1,000 – £2,500

Non-surgical penoplasty involves injecting hyaluronic acid or collagen into the penis to make it thicker and longer.

The recommended safe amount is between 10 and 15 ml, which can increase the girth by 15 percent.

Circumference enlargement surgery: £2,500 – £6,000 or more

Fat from other parts of the body is transplanted into the penis to enlarge it.

Surgeons can also put implants in the penis to make it wider when it is flaccid and erect.

This surgery can widen the circumference by 0.6 inches (1.5 cm) to 1.31 inches (3.35 cm)

Length extension surgery: £2,5000 – £6,000 or more

This only lengthens a flaccid penis, not an erect one.

A surgeon cuts the suspensory ligament that connects the penis to the pubic bone. This lowers the angle of the penis, making it longer when flaccid.

This usually lengthens the penis by 0.25 inches (0.65 cm) to 0.7 inches (1.8 cm).

It’s not all about size. Some men, like Matt, are just looking for a more aesthetic penis.

After being unhappy with a slight curve to his left, the 46-year-old thought a £12,500 implant would answer all his genital problems.

The military veteran, from Utah, was left with “devastating” injuries after the September 2019 procedure backfired.

He has since had to shell out more than £250,000 in additional procedures to regain his “manhood”, and had the Penuma device removed five months later.

Matt, who did not want to share his last name, claimed his girlfriend said his penis “felt like a steak knife when I had sex” afterwards.

He said it made his penis more “deformed” and left him feeling like “Frankenstein’s monster”, in excruciating pain with nowhere to go.

“It felt like a broom handle had been implanted inside my penis,” he told MailOnline.

“I was pacing up and down my apartment every night in pain.

“You don’t feel like you can have a sexual or intimate partner or experiment with the person you love.

“You feel distant, you feel separate, you feel in complete solitude.”

She said that after the operation, her swelling and pain did not go away and she could feel it getting worse every day as the weeks went by.

Matt said the swelling was so bad that his girlfriend, who is a registered nurse, had to drain 230ml of fluid from his engorged penis.

But, his problems did not end after the implant.

Matt said scar tissue had formed over his penis as a result of the procedure, restricting blood flow and preventing it from stretching and expanding during an erection. It also left him in agony.

This led him to “fly the world” to find a reconstructive surgeon who could help him.

After a harrowing ordeal, Matt said his penis now looks “okay” and that he achieved his original goal of removing the curve.

Unlike Matt, Emmanuel Jackson didn’t pay to get a bigger penis. Instead, he won free surgery in 2013.

Matt, who did not want to share his last name, claimed that his girlfriend said that his penis

Matt, who did not want to share his last name, claimed his girlfriend said his penis “felt like a steak knife when I had sex” afterwards

What is a Penuma implant?

The Penuma implant is only available in the US.

It is a soft C-shaped, medical-grade silicone that is inserted into the penis to correct a curve or enlarge an indented penis.

A patient is put under general anesthesia while the surgeon makes a small incision above the base of the penis.

The implant is then inserted through the incision along the shaft of the penis.

At this point, the surgical implant will be contoured to fit the patient’s shape.

Once in place, the Penuma is secured with small kicks.

A patient must be circumcised before the procedure and any smoker must stop smoking months in advance.

The implant is 270 degrees and wraps around the shaft avoiding the urethra.

The surgery usually takes an hour, but the aftercare can take months.

Patients are told that they cannot have sex until their doctor gives them permission to do so, which is at least six to eight weeks after surgery.

But the ecstasy turned to agony after the former model, then 26, was left with fractures from his silicone implant inside his penis.

He reported no problems for five years. But in 2018, doctors at the Cleveland Clinic told her that her implant had fractured into pieces floating under her skin.

Such extreme pain led Emmanuel to attempt suicide, according to ProPublica.

According to experts, Penuma implants can have dangerous side effects. A surgeon warned that they can become infected and kill the skin around the penis.

Professor of Andrology International Amr Raheem said: “In severe cases of infection, there may be necrosis or death of the penile skin covering the implant.

“This is a serious complication that requires immediate attention and possible removal of the implant to control the infection and prevent further tissue damage.”

He added that those seeking a longer penis with the implant may ironically suffer the opposite fate, depending on how it is cured.

Called retraction, this sees the tissue around the penis shrink as it scars during the incision healing process.

Penuma implants are the only FDA-approved penile implant surgery and are only available in the US.

MailOnline has approached the Penuma company for comment.

Around 45 per cent of men in the UK are not satisfied with the size of their penis, according to the NHS.

The health service says the average size of an adult penis is 3 to 4 inches when flaccid and 6 to 7 inches when erect.

There are two different types of penile enlargement procedures available on the NHS and they include lengthening and enlargement.

But only men with a micropenis, an organ less than 2.8 inches, are eligible.

Micropenis usually develop in the womb from a hormonal or genetic condition and are usually diagnosed soon after birth.


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