Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality, Volume 2, March 19, 1999


Randy Klein, Ph.D.


This paper reports on a study of 58 men who underwent penile augmentation surgery. It discusses the changes in physical measurements, both length and girth, resulting from the surgery, and the psychological responses of the participants. Their sexual activity before and after is also discussed. Various measures of satisfaction are presented. Overall, most respondents had negative responses after the surgery, although there were positive gains in measurements. Sexual behaviors decreased, and pain was reported. Photos of the surgical procedures are included.

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