Intimate surgery should not be a surgery based on a momentary emotion.
Men have become more and more aware of their bodies and are paying more attention to different parts of their bodies, including intimate areas, says Dr. Papečkys, a surgeon at Christinas Clinic. When a man is ashamed of his genitals or abnormalities in the intimate area, he often does not have the right intimate life – it is either hidden, disturbed or completely absent. As a solution, the demand for intimate surgery with excellent results is growing, but it is important to understand that this is not a surgery performed during a momentary emotion and it is certainly not suitable for everyone. Thus, who is a suitable patient for intimate surgery and who must give up the idea of it?
Intimate surgery due to a physiological problem – testicular endoprosthesis or penile surgery
Brit-Carmen Norlan, the manager of Christinas Clinic, who has been conducting intimate surgery consultations for the past 15 years, says that a large proportion of intimate surgery patients are men with a real physiological problem with their penis or testicles. The children’s hospital already deals with a lot of penile and testicular problems of young boys, yet it is not ruled out that not all anomalies will be 100% resolved in childhood. Therefore, some problems can be present in a man’s adulthood. However, due to a missing testicle or a penis problem, a man does not have to feel bad, hide his worries or avoid intimate relationships. The surgery is easy and fast and with an excellent success rate.
Virtually all the men who have visited us for intimate surgery because of a physiological problem have said that it is an incredibly effortless surgery, it is not to be feared of and that they should have had it performed earlier.
Penis: lengthening and thickening – if you are not happy with your genitals
The second group consists of men who are not satisfied with the measurements of their penis (shape, size, etc.) and want to change it. It is important for us to be convinced that the client has made the right decision for himself. If the man is completely sure of the decision, has thought it through, and if something about his penis bothers him, then he can have the surgery on it done. A man should not be ashamed of his genitals, and if he feels that surgery would help him live a better intimate life, then there is nothing strange about it. Extending or thickening the penis is definitely not a surgery to be feared of because it does not cause any damage or erectile dysfunction.
Excluding intimate surgery – an impulsive decision when someone has offended you
The human body is individual and that must be considered. If the penis does not need surgery physiologically and a man comes for a consultation because someone has recommended it or called his organ small or disproportionate, then he is not suitable for the surgery. The intimate surgery must be the decision of a mature person who is very confident in his wishes.
Brit-Carmen, the manager of Christinas Clinic, gives a clear example of a situation where an intimate surgery is not the answer: “Some time ago, a young man who had just turned 18, turned to us and wanted to have his penis extended. The reason was that when he went to bed with his female partner for the first time, the girl told him that his penis was small. The young man suffered psychotrauma from this experience and looked forward to turning 18 to have a penis surgery. At the clinic, we explained to him that everything was fine with his penis – what one does not like may be liked by another. The phrase that I have used repeatedly over the 15 years in these kinds of situations was like a lifeline for that young man: there are no large or small genitals, there are incompatible genitals.”
Before you come for an intimate surgery consultation, consider the following 3 points:
- Why do I want the intimate surgery?
- Am I sure of my wish? A prerequisite for an intimate surgery is a well-thought-through wish.
- Am I doing this for myself or because someone has said something bad to me?
Attention! This is a healthcare service. Christinas Clinic is licensed by the Health Board, permit L04361 (CBF Medical OÜ). The operations and procedures are performed by healthcare professionals.