Penuma surgery primarily focuses on increasing penile girth and is intended to enhance the overall thickness of the penis. The procedure involves the insertion of a silicone implant under the penile skin to add volume and increase girth.
As for hardness, Penuma surgery itself is not designed to impact the natural hardness of the penis (erection). Erection is primarily determined by the blood flow to the penile tissues and the response of the erectile chambers (corpora cavernosa) to sexual stimulation. Penuma surgery does not directly affect these mechanisms.
However, surgical procedures in the genital area can potentially influence various aspects of sexual health and function, including erection. Some individuals might experience temporary changes in sensation, swelling, or responsiveness during the initial healing and recovery period after surgery, which could affect how the penis responds to sexual stimulation. These changes are usually part of the normal healing process.
If you have specific concerns about the potential impact of Penuma surgery on the thickness or hardness of your penis, it’s advisable to discuss these concerns openly with your surgeon during your consultation. They can provide you with accurate information based on your individual anatomy and circumstances.