Testicle Enlargement Surgery – Is It Worth It?
Have you written anything about testicle enlargement surgery?
I’m curious to know if this is a viable option for someone who has unusually small testicles.
Mine are about the size of a grape and I haven’t been able to increase their size much even though I’ve tried for years.
I’m not a big fan of doctors, drugs, scalpels or pain…
Especially if there’s an alternative that actually makes you a better man from the inside out.
So sure, you could go in and see a specialist who will slice your scrotum open and slip some testicular implants around your boys…
But it will all be a sham, because they won’t function like a truly healthy set of testicles. Not only that, you’ll have a synthetic silicone polymer hugging your family jewels 24/7.
And you have to wonder, will this silicone blanket overheat your testicles? Or will chemicals from the testicular implants leach into your scrotum?
These are the questions you need to ask yourself before you decide to take the risk.
Here’s another question to add to your list…
Will these impostors feel natural when your girl reaches down and touches them? The word on the street is, they won’t.
Manufacturers have been working hard to get this right, but I know of two men who’ve had the surgery and both complained that the implants were too hard and didn’t feel right.
Not only that, but these silicone barriers will make it almost impossible to check for lumps on your testis.
And trust me, if you have a tumor down there, you need to know about it as soon as possible.
Another problem is the cost of this…
The top testicle enlargement surgery doctor in the US charge up to ten grand for the procedure.
You can go to Mexico and get a better deal, but this idea is so incredibly bad it’s not even worth mentioning.
Here’s another thing…
When you go through an airport screening, the implants are going to show up on the monitor, because they’re synthetic.
So you can add extreme embarrassment to the list of negatives that come along with this surgery.
I’m not a big fan of the American Medical Association, but even these guys were smart enough reject this procedure.
This pretty much sums up my take on this, DB.
But I do need to add an addendum before we wrap up….
I’ve been discussing the negatives of testicle enlargement surgery in men who have two healthy, functioning testicles.
What I’m NOT talking about are men who have lost one of both of their testis….
Because in this situation, all bets are off. And if I were missing one or both of my boys I’d take another look at this myself…
Because an implant used to replace a missing testicle is a valid procedure, while messing with a healthy set of functioning testicles is definitely not.
So I say you reject this idea DB and do this instead