Man Undergoes Penis Filler Procedure As 'Present' For Girlfriend
A man who is undergoing his second penis filler injection procedure has said he's doing it as a present for his partner. What's wrong with a bunch of flowers, mate?
Twenty-seven-year old Adbul Hasan is having the non-surgical procedure, which involves a liquid filler being injected into the soft tissue of the penis, after being pleased with the results first time around.
"I thought, 'One more can't hurt'," he said. "It makes me happy for some reason."
The filler can last for up to 18 months and will usually increase the girth of a man's flaccid penis by one or two centimetres but makes no difference to the length of it when erect, according to experts.
Abdul told the Victoria Derbyshire Show that he and his other half have been together for eight years and that she was '100 percent' surprised after he had the procedure for the first time.
Abdul, whose penis is within the 'normal' size range according to the NHS, says he felt 'a bit ashamed' when comparing himself to other men at the gym.
But, he says he felt his self-confidence soar after getting it done, saying: "I had it done, and my confidence built back up. You've got nothing to hide any more."
Another bloke who also opened up about getting the fillers, told the show that he was hoping to gain 'a bit more confidence' by having it done.
Stuart Price, 36, reckons that all fellas would get a bigger penis is they could.
Explaining why he decided to get it done, he said: "I don't think I actually do need it done, but it would give me a bit more confidence..
"I'd just feel a bit better if mine was a bit bigger."
However his girlfriend said she was 'worried it will be too big'.
Despite her concerns, Stuart ended up having the fillers and is over the moon with the results.
The procedure added 2.5cm to the circumference of his flaccid penis, but he's going to have to wait four weeks until he can have sex.
Stuart said: "I feel a lot bigger. I feel really happy."
Not everyone thinks this way, though, Asif Muneer, from the British Association of Urological Surgeons told the BBC that he would discourage men from having it done.
He said: "All these augmentation procedures are mainly to increase your flaccid girth, and it will have no benefit on your erect length - so functionally it's not going to improve matters.
"If anything, it might lead to complications that will impair their sexual function later on."
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