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Penuma Surgery

Can Penuma surgery interfere with the ability to use condoms or other forms of contraception?

Penuma surgery is primarily focused on increasing penile girth and is not intended to directly interfere with the ability to use condoms or other forms of contraception. However, there are some considerations to keep in mind:

  1. Size and Fit: If there is a significant increase in penile girth after Penuma surgery, it’s possible that the fit of condoms might be affected. It’s important to use condoms that fit properly to ensure their effectiveness in preventing sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and unintended pregnancies.
  2. Communication with Partner: If you and your partner use condoms for contraception or STI prevention, it’s important to communicate openly about any changes in size or fit after the surgery. This can help ensure that both partners are comfortable and that the chosen method of contraception remains effective.
  3. Trial and Adjustment: If you find that your usual brand or size of condoms no longer fit comfortably after the surgery, consider trying different sizes or brands to find one that provides a proper fit.
  4. Consultation with Healthcare Provider: If you have concerns about the impact of Penuma surgery on condom use or other forms of contraception, you can discuss these concerns with your healthcare provider or surgeon. They can provide guidance based on your individual situation.

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