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Are there any risks or potential complications associated with penile curvature correction?

Yes, like any surgical procedure, penile curvature correction carries potential risks and complications. It’s important for individuals considering these procedures to have a thorough discussion with their surgeon about the risks and benefits. Some potential risks and complications associated with penile curvature correction include:

  1. Infection: Infection at the surgical site is a potential risk. Signs of infection may include increased redness, swelling, warmth, pain, or discharge from the incision. Infections are usually treated with antibiotics.
  2. Bleeding: Some bleeding is common after surgery, but excessive bleeding can occur. Hematoma (a collection of blood) may form at the surgical site and may require drainage.
  3. Pain: Post-operative pain or discomfort is expected, but severe or persistent pain should be reported to your surgeon.
  4. Swelling and Bruising: Swelling and bruising are common after surgery and typically resolve over time. Elevating the penis and using cold packs may help reduce swelling.
  5. Changes in Sensation: There is a risk of altered sensation in the penis after surgery. This can include numbness or hypersensitivity in some areas. In some cases, sensation may return to normal over time, but it can be permanent.
  6. Scarring: Scarring is a potential outcome of surgery. The extent and visibility of scars can vary from person to person.
  7. Erectile Dysfunction: Some procedures used for penile curvature correction may affect erectile function. This can be a temporary or permanent complication, depending on the procedure and individual factors.
  8. Recurrence of Curvature: In some cases, the curvature may recur after surgery, especially in individuals with Peyronie’s disease.
  9. Urethral Injury: Procedures that involve manipulation of the penile shaft carry a risk of urethral injury. This can result in difficulty with urination and may require further surgical correction.
  10. Cosmetic Outcomes: Cosmetic outcomes can vary, and individuals may have different levels of satisfaction with the appearance of the penis after surgery.
  11. Rare Complications: Rare complications may include wound dehiscence (opening of the surgical wound), infection of implanted materials (if used), and damage to blood vessels or nerves.

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