Penuma surgery is a procedure that involves implanting a silicone sleeve around the penis to increase its length and girth. It is not suitable for men with a history of sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
There are two main reasons why Penuma surgery is not suitable for men with a history of STIs. First, the surgery involves making incisions in the penis. This can increase the risk of infection, especially in men who have a weakened immune system due to an STI. Second, the silicone sleeve that is implanted can harbor bacteria and other microorganisms. This can lead to infection, inflammation, and other complications.
If you have a history of STIs, it is important to speak with your doctor before considering Penuma surgery. They can help you determine if the surgery is right for you and can discuss the risks and benefits involved.
Here are some other factors that your doctor may consider when evaluating your suitability for Penuma surgery:
- Your overall health and medical history
- Your current medications
- Your lifestyle
- Your expectations for the surgery
Men with a history of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) should approach Penuma surgery or any surgical procedure related to the genitals with careful consideration and consultation with a qualified medical professional. While a history of STIs might not necessarily disqualify someone from undergoing Penuma surgery, it’s important to discuss your medical history and any potential risks with a urologist or a relevant medical specialist before proceeding.
STIs can affect the health of the genital region, and surgery in that area could potentially have implications for healing, recovery, and overall sexual health. A medical professional will need to assess your individual circumstances, the specific STIs you’ve experienced, and the potential impact on the surgical procedure and its outcomes.