Penis enlargement procedures, particularly surgical ones, can potentially affect the natural curvature or shape of the penis during erection. The extent of this impact depends on the specific procedure, techniques used, and the individual’s unique anatomy.
Some surgical methods for penis enlargement involve altering the suspensory ligaments that anchor the penis to the pubic bone. This can lead to changes in the angle at which the penis hangs when flaccid or erect. Additionally, procedures that involve injecting fillers or fat into the penis can potentially lead to changes in the overall shape or curvature of the penis, especially if these substances are not evenly distributed.
It’s important to note that any surgical procedure carries risks, including the potential for complications, scarring, and changes in sensation. Before considering any form of penis enlargement procedure, it’s advisable to thoroughly research the options, consult with a qualified medical professional, and carefully weigh the potential benefits against the risks.
If you have concerns about the size, shape, or curvature of your penis, it’s recommended to consult with a urologist or a licensed medical professional who specializes in sexual health. They can provide you with accurate information, discuss your options, and help you make an informed decision that takes into account your individual circumstances and goals.