Penile Reconstruction In London
Penile reconstruction

Penile reconstruction is suitable for men who are experiencing any number of issues with their penis.  Particularly because successful penile reconstruction can play a major part in resolving the mental and physical anguish of penis issues.  Therefore, reconstruction surgery is an ideal solution for many men in this specific situation.

Prior To The Procedure

Penile reconstruction patients will first meet the surgeon to ensure they are an appropriate candidate for the operation.  The surgeon will review the patient’s medical history and examine him.  Consideration as to whether the patient is fit and healthy is an essential decision at this stage.

Another crucial consideration at this stage lies with the patient.  And that is the risks and complications a penile reconstruction involves.  In addition, the surgeon may well consider whether a psychiatric evaluation is necessary prior to the procedure.

During the procedure patients will be given an antibiotic drip to help the prevention of infection.  Depending on the area of the penis and the damage, operations can differ.  Balanitis Xerotica Obliterans or Lichen Sclerosis can occur in some cases.  These conditions can cause the skin on the head of the penis to become scarred.  The skin can be removed during surgery and a skin graft can be put in its place.

Previous surgeries can also cause scarring and swelling in the penis.  Radiotherapy treatments for patients who have suffered from testicular cancer can also seek out penile reconstruction.  Ultimately, the penis can be reconstructed to look more cosmetically pleasing to the eye.  An important aspect for many patients.

Recovery following the procedure

Patients will most likely experience bruising, swelling, discomfort, and numbness following a penile reconstruction surgery.  The area operated on will be bandaged to prevent infection.  Patients will be given detailed instructions on how to care for their wounds.

Men will need to avoid sexual intercourse for up to six weeks.  Physical contact during sex could undo the surgery or cause unwanted healing and scarring of the penis.  Patients will need to monitor the area for infection, although the possibility for injection is low.

This article is intended to inform and give insight but not treat, diagnose or replace the advice of a doctor. Always seek medical advice with any questions regarding a medical condition.

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