Urological Surgery can result in Penile Shortening, but now it doesn't have to.
The retraction of the scar makes the area where the surgery took place shrink and become smaller.
With the process described above, scar retraction in urological surgeries results in penile shortening, making a man's penis noticeably smaller than before the surgery.
However, there exists a non invasive therapy which allows one to stop scar retraction after a penis surgery. Andropenis, the penile extender which works with the force of traction, is a solution for stopping scar retraction and penis shortening. The apparatus has vast medical recognition and has been proven in numerous clinical studies which attest to its efficacy and safety in correcting penile curvatures, enlarging the penis, and preventing scar retraction after penile surgeries.
Men who have undergone urological surgery of any kind are at risk of suffering from penile shortening or penile retraction. You could lose one or two inches. Doctors recommend penile augmentation and the Andropenis device in order to prevent post-surgical retraction. In other words, the use of the Andropenis extender keeps the penis from moving up into the body as a result of surgery. There are several surgical interventions that will shorten the penis.
Andropenis© can be used to prevent shortening after the following surgeries:
- Surgery for Prostate Cancer in phases T1 or T2.
- Surgery for curvature correction.
- Surgery for the correction of Peyronie's disease. (Virtually 100% of cases studied resulted in a shortening of 2 or 3cm)
- Penis Enlargement Surgery
- Penile Implant Surgery
- Surgery for Traumatic Lesions to the Penis
- Urethral Narrowing Correction
- Bladder related surgeries for urinary incontinence, cancer of the bladder, and surgery to heal traumatic lesions to the bladder.
All of the surgeries listed above can cause penile shortening. One of the effective ways to prevent penis retraction after these surgeries is by using a product such as Andropenis.