- Jun 4, 2003
Hi to all, this question is related to the ligs. In penis surgery advertisements and testimonials, we see that surgery gives an immediate 1'' flaccid gain and this gain may or may not appear in erect state depending on the healing process. We know that this lenghtening occurs by linearizing the inner penis that draws a curvature inside the body due to the suspensory ligaments connecting penis tissue to the pubic bone. So, we can conclude that linearization of the inner penis gives an additional inch of gain. So my question is ''instead of cutting the ligaments, we are stretching them.But does this mean that stretching them has more length gain potential than cutting them or are we also making an indirect tunica stretch inside the body?