Penuma surgery is a type of penile enhancement surgery that involves the insertion of a silicone sleeve under the penile skin. The goal of the surgery is to increase the length and girth of the penis.
There is no consensus on how Penuma surgery affects the ability to use condoms or other forms of contraception. Some men report that they are able to use condoms normally after Penuma surgery, while others say that they have difficulty getting the condom to fit properly. There is also some concern that the silicone sleeve could make it more difficult to use withdrawal as a form of contraception.
If you are considering Penuma surgery, it is important to talk to your doctor about how the surgery might affect your ability to use condoms or other forms of contraception. Your doctor can help you decide if Penuma surgery is right for you and can provide you with more information about the potential risks and benefits of the surgery.
Here are some additional things to consider:
- If you have difficulty getting a condom to fit properly after Penuma surgery, you may need to use a larger size condom.
- You may also need to use a different type of condom, such as a female condom or a condom with a reservoir tip.
- If you are concerned about the potential for the silicone sleeve to make it more difficult to use withdrawal as a form of contraception, you may want to consider using another form of contraception, such as the pill or an IUD.
Penuma surgery, which involves the insertion of a silicone implant under the skin of the penis to enhance its size and appearance, is not likely to directly impact the ability to use condoms or other forms of contraception. Condoms are designed to fit over the penis during sexual activity to provide a barrier method of contraception and protection against sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Since Penuma surgery mainly affects the size and appearance of the penis during erection, it should not significantly affect the ability to use condoms for contraception purposes. Condoms are elastic and adaptable, and they can generally accommodate variations in penile size and shape. If you have undergone Penuma surgery and are concerned about condom fit, you can try different condom sizes and brands to find the one that provides the best fit and comfort.