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Question: penis lenghtening reversal
|knowledge - Sun Dec 09, 2007 5:39 am||
I had a penis lenghtening procedure done about 10 years ago, where the suspensory ligament was cut. And I am not to happy with it. As my penis feels loose and 'not anchored'.
Is it possible to get it reattached? Can ligaments reattach themselves? Are there any alternative means to stimulate healing of ligaments?
Thanks for the advise.
|Dr. Chan Lowe - Sat Dec 22, 2007 1:06 am||
I'm not particularly knowledgeable of this procedure but I'll tell you what I know. Cut ligaments are very unlikely to reattach. To my knowledge this does not occur. They can sometimes be surgically repaired to get them to heal.
I've not heard of reversal for this procedure but it may be possible. I would recommend that you talk with a urologist about this to see if there is a reversal procedure.
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