Penuma® Clinical Research
Penuma® has been extensively researched with studies published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Sexual Medicine and the International Journal of Impotence Research.
One long-term study examined the outcomes of 400 Penuma patients over 2-6 years. The evaluation found that, on average, the Penuma implant increased the size of midshaft circumference by 56.7%, from an average of 1.2 cm to 1.9 cm. 81% of subjects reported “high” or “very high” levels of satisfaction, while 72% of patients reported improved self-confidence and self-esteem.
Penuma has also been studied as a potential corrective procedure for men suffering from retractile penis or penile shortening as a result of prosthetic surgery. A clinical case report in the International Journal of Impotence Research concluded that the Penuma penile implant may work for certain patients to help reverse retractile penis.
Another study looked at the effects of the Penuma implant on patients suffering from penile shortening and narrowing from prosthesis surgery. Patient outcomes were positive with Penuma patients achieving an average girth increase of 3.4 cm.
Penuma providers are highly regarded urologists who conduct rigorous patient evaluation. This includes careful assessment of the potential patient’s medical history, a detailed psychological assessment, and discussing the potential risks and complications of the procedure in a series of one-on-one consultations.
A newly-published study reviewed the experiences of over 230 patients who received the Penuma implant across multiple centers. The study corroborated previous data on patient and partner satisfaction, and examined the efficacy and benefits of a new implantation technique.
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