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Injecting Blood Components for Penile Enlargement

Injecting Blood Components for Penile Enlargement

To present the feasibility and safety of increasing penile length and girth by injecting blood components in patients suffering from small penis, bent penis, fractured penis, erectile dysfunction, significant penile shortening with or without Peyronie’s disease.

Materials and Methods: From January 2014 to December 2014, 1100 patients suffering from small penis with or without erectile dysfunction, underwent our technique of increasing penile length and girth by injecting blood components. 32 ml of own blood was withdrawn from the patients by using BD vacutainers with ACD ‘A’ solution. The blood was centrifuged and platelet rich plasma and red blood cells were separated. PGE1 solution was added to the plasma. Following local anesthesia spray and injection, platelet rich plasma was injected into the corpora, concentrated, packed red blood cells was injected into the subcutaneous tissue of the penis. The procedure was repeated monthly for five months. Graduated vacuum pump and measuring tapes were used for taking penile measurements.

Results: 1100 patients underwent the procedure. The median follow-up was 6 months (range 3–12 months). The mean penile length gain was 7 mm per injection. Total gain after 5 injection was 35 mm. The mean penile girth gain was 5 mm per injection. Total gain after 5 injections was 30 mm. The adverse side effects were essentially negligible with zero incidence of any severe or fatal effects. Erection satisfaction by the patient was 70%.

Conclusion: Penile length and girth enhancement based on our technique of injecting blood components in patients suffering from small penis concerns. It is a safe, economical and effective procedure in severe ED, significant penile shortening with or without Peyronie’s disease and the procedure can be performed in a minor operation theater. This technique decreases the risk and costs associated with surgery in majority of patients. Only those patients who do not respond to this approach may need further treatment or surgery.

Conference: WAS Singapore 2015