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How Much Does Penuma® Increase Size After ED Surgery?

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At Penuma®, we like to think of ourselves as innovators. We saw a problem, and we solved it.

Our founder, Dr. Elist (a well-respected Beverly Hills urologist and surgeon), invented the first FDA-cleared penile enhancement implant to better his patients’ lives. We have the testimonies of men who have successfully undergone our straightforward procedure and can vouch for its efficacy for them.

We encourage you to do as much research as possible, so we have summarized the findings about the Penuma® implant from independent academic journals and scientific studies.

Hopefully, this will make fact-finding a little easier for those considering the procedure. We will link the studies just in case you want to do more reading yourself.

International Journal of Impotence Research

The next study1 we want to highlight comes from the prestigious International Journal of Impotence Research and is for one specific use case: the use of the Penuma® implant for men with an erectile dysfunction prosthesis.

The Results:

Men who received the Penuma® implant saw a mean increase in .75cm in length and .94cm in girth.

Not only does this mean that Penuma® can be an effective way of reversing the loss in size associated with ED surgery, but many patients actually saw an increase from their original size.

The Takeaway:

The results of this Penuma® study demonstrated that overall, Penuma® is a viable means of restoring (and even adding to) the original penis size in patients before ED prosthesis surgery.

Find Out if Penuma® is Right for You

Contact us now, and we can set up a Penuma® consultation with one of our experienced consultants.

References:

1https://www.nature.com/articles/ijir201344#article-info

Disclaimer:

This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. The information contained herein is not a substitute for and should never be relied upon for professional medical advice. Always talk to your doctor about the risks and benefits of any treatment.