The Size Of The Penis Post Hypospadias Surgery?
At night, when I was a child, I had a genital surgery because of an abnormality in the urinary tract, which is usually in the middle of the head of the penis, I was at the bottom of the head of the penis so I had to do surgery and that was before circumcision in 5SD class, my age is now 28 , but my penis size did not change at all, before the erection size was only 2-3cm and 8.5-9 when the erection was 2-3cm in diameter, today I think what because of the surgery so that my penis size is limited, or my penis length growth instead goes inward , because when I touch the inside there is the same shape with a length longer than my penis when erect and sometimes painful when erect, I even think of being afraid of marriage because of an abnormal size with abnormal conditions as well, how can it be fertilized if only as small this and abnormalities like this, I also learned a little about the depth of the vagina, and I thought that it would be impossible to get to the hospital if conditions were like that this, I beg for help, from various suggestions from the doctors there is how the best step
Good evening, thanks for the question
In some cases hypospadias repair surgery (urethral hole located at the bottom of the penis shaft) can have an impact on sexual dysfunction of the sufferer. The most commonly complained sufferers are penis size, erectile disorders, or ejaculatory disorders. The disorder is generally more common in the type of proximal hypospadias than distally. But fortunately that the disorder in general does not affect the fertility of sufferers based on the latest research results. Because of this, a type of hypospadias repair surgery is still being developed that can minimize the risk of future sexual dysfunction. For the size of the penis itself actually can not be corrected through surgery. In this case further evaluation is needed to assess the severity of the sexual function disorder that you are experiencing. Furthermore, the doctor will plan the appropriate action based on the latest medical conditions and future patient expectations. Consult in advance with the urologist specialist dojter for further evaluation.
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