Complications include, but are not limited to: disappointment with low-end result; infections; scrotal/penile swelling; bleeding; wound disruption; temporary hardness beneath the skin flap; temporary patchy loss of sensation; temporary burning with urination; discomfort lasting more than three or four days; temporary discomfort with erections; discoloration of the penis/scrotum. We have seen one viscus perforation of uncertain etiology.
We have not seen: permanent sensory loss, infection that did not clear up with antibiotics; change in angle of erection, problems with erection or ejaculation due to the procedure; pivoting or "swiveling" or instability of the penis. Of course, any or all of these could happen.
Please be aware:
- Cutting the ligaments does not cause instability or wobbling of the penis or change the angle of your erection ("angle of the dangle").
- LFT fat does not melt away or become reabsorbed.
- LFT fat does not result in lumps, bumps or clumps.
- LFT fat is not soft, "squishy" or moveable; the penis feels as firm to touch as your penis normally does.
- Length enhancement produces around a 1½ inch increase in both flaccid and erect length. Assume that you were three inches long flaccid and six inches long erect. A 1½ inch increase is fifty percent of three inches, but only twenty-five percent of six inches. A fifty percent increase is more noticeable than twenty five percent. But it is the same inch and one-half gain whether flaccid or erect.