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I’m a 28 year old male from Scotland.
I’m due to have a Urethroplasty procedure at the end of this month - and to be honest having read the various articles guys have posted, I’m seriously reconsidering whether to go ahead with this.
Most significantly, almost every person has reported a 1-1.5 inch shortening of their penis, a minimum of 1 year recovery time and various aches and pains (which I guess is understandable)
Has anyone had experience of a Urethroplasty and if so have you suffered from any of the above?
I’ve had ongoing issues with my structure which is near the prostate (bulbar I think) and to be honest other than one kidney infection 1.5 years ago I have not had any issues (long may it continue).
My symptoms just now are literally just low flow rate and discomfort when passing urine (especially in the morning).
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Do I go ahead with the surgery at this age or do I wait and hope that a less invasive procedure is developed (such as Urotronic). At the very least having done some research, I’m cancelling my op and chatting to my Urologist.
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