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Penis Enlargement, Penis Lengthening and Penis Widening Surgery by Phalloplasty Surgeon E. Douglas Whitehead, M.D.
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DURING YOUR CONSULTATION WITH ME IN MY OFFICE I WILL DISCUSS AND PUT INTO PERSPECTIVE THE FOLLOWING ISSUES AS THEY RELATE TO MY SURGICAL TECHNIQUES.

The frequency of complications is not known because there are no large-scale studies reported in the medical literature. Consequently, some physicians consider these procedures to be experimental or investigational.

The following complications from penile lengthening and Allograft Dermal Matrix Graft (Alloderm ®) widening (pericavernosal) are theoretically possible:

  • Loss of erect upward angle of the penis. This has occurred in one of my patients.
  • Keloid scars (a thick scar). This is unusual but can often be treated by injections of medication.
  • Scarring causing a shorter penis. I have never seen lasting shortness in my patients who use a penile stretching device.
  • Absorption of the Allograft Dermal Matrix Graft (Alloderm ®) with loss of thickness. I have seen one patient who had partial absorption and some loss of thickness.
  • Contracture and/or separation of the Allograft Dermal Matrix Graft (Alloderm ®). I have seen one patient with partial contracture of the graft, one patient with proximal graft separation, and one patient with distal separation and contracture of the graft.
  • Failure of the Allograft Dermal Matrix Graft (Alloderm ®) to "take". This has not occurred any of my patients.
  • Skin incision separation. I have seen slight temporary skin incision separation in a few of my patients.
  • Loss of some penile skin. This rarely occurs.
  • Bleeding. I have seen one patient with a collection of blood under the skin that was easily managed.
  • Fibrosis of superficial vein. This rarely occurs and usually resolves by itself.
  • Infection. I have seen one patient who developed an infection and lost the graft and one patient who lost part of the graft, and two patients who did not lose the graft.
  • Ecchymosis (bruising). This occasionally occurs and resolves by itself.
  • Nerve injury resulting in decrease of penile sensation. This has not occurred in any of my patients.
  • Edema (temporary swelling of the skin). I have occasionally seen this in my patients.
  • Seroma (collection of serum under skin). This has not occurred in any of my patients.
  • Erectile dysfunction (difficulty with erection). This has not occurred in any of my patients.

If some of these complications occur, further surgery may be required.

Also review Frequently Asked Questions about penile enlargement surgery (phalloplasty).

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