Penis Reduction Surgery

Reduce anxiety and stress, increase confidence.

There are some instances where the penis size is considered to be too long and causes anxiety and distress in personal relationships for some men. In these cases, the penis size tends to be long and thin.

A penis size which is too long can be a source of embarrassment. It may be off-putting for some partners and potentially uncomfortable for one or both partners during sexual intercourse. In some cases it may not be possible to engage in sexual intercourse at all.

In such cases it is possible to reduce the length of the penis to a more acceptable size.

If you are worried that your penis is too long, or causing your partner pain, we can help. Fill in the contact form and one of our experts will be in touch shortly.

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    The Penis Reduction Operation

    Penis reduction surgery is performed under general anaesthetic and takes around three hours to complete. In most cases you will require an overnight stay in hospital.
    Moorgate Andrology Specialists are part of a very small group of around four Specialists who are able to perform this procedure worldwide.

    Penis reduction surgery is a major operation and should only be performed by very experienced Urologists in this sector. During this surgery the penis is reduced to the desired size. This not only increases confidence in the patient, but helps their sexual relationships reconnect again.

    How does penis reduction surgery work?

    Want to learn more?

    If you are interested in finding out more, make an appointment for an initial consultation today. We can go through some facts and figures with you and explain all the different options that we offer.

    After penis reduction surgery

    Following penis reduction surgery you will need to arrange some time off work. The amount of time you require will depend somewhat on the type of work you do. In most cases one to two weeks off work is sufficient.

    You will be advised to refrain from sexual activity for around six weeks. You should also avoid all contact sports and gym for a similar period.

    When the penis is reduced to a new acceptable size, patients can move forward with their personal relationships with increased self-confidence.

    What is the next step?

    If you are worried that your penis is overly long the best course of action is to arrange a consultation with our Specialist Urologist for further advice. It is important that you get the best professional advice so that not only the benefits of the surgery can be obtained but also that you are fully aware of the potential risks and complications.

    All surgery carries risk and the decision to proceed with penis reduction surgery includes the assessment of risk to the rewards.

    To arrange an appointment please give us a call or complete the form on this page and we will be in touch.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is penis reduction?

    A common enhancement procedure men look for is penis enlargement. There are many methods available that boost the confidence of those men each year. But what about those men who fear their penis is too long? Continue reading to learn more about penis reduction.

    Can a penis length be reduced?

    Penis reduction surgery is available to men who feel anxiety, stress and lack of confidence due to their penis size. These feelings are often felt by men whose penis’s are extremely long and thin. Penis reduction surgery works to shorten the penis and boost male confidence.

    What do I need to know about the penis reduction procedure?

    specialist Urologist performs the penis reduction surgery, in a hospital. You will be under general anaesthetic whilst the surgery is being performed. As this is a major surgery you need to make sure you are in good health beforehand. This is something you will talk about in your initial consultation so that you will be prepared for the procedure. After the procedure, you will have to stay in the hospital overnight to be observed.

    Will I need time off work?

    Following your surgery, you will need to take some time off work and avoid strenuous activities to allow time for your body to rest and heal. For most jobs, two weeks is the maximum time you will need to have off. This may increase based on your job role, for example, if you’re a labourer or if your job includes heavy lifting.

    You should avoid sexual intercourse for six weeks after penis surgery as you will feel pain and may result in damage to the penis. You should avoid the gym and contact sports for the same period.

    If penis reduction surgery is something you’re interested in, give us a call on 0330 808 1968 to book a consultation with one of our Urologists.

    Penis reduction surgery. Are there advantages?

    We all know the phrase, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” What many of us don’t know, however, is that the quote also applies to something you might not expect. It goes something like this, “Don’t judge a penis by its size.” So, here are the advantages of having penis reduction surgery.

    Easier to Have Sex With

    Guys with 6 inches or less can literally partner with anyone and have successful penetrative sex. Their penis was designed to be easily insertable into the largest number of adult women. It fits comfortably into the vagina. Best of all, when it is smaller, a man can manoeuvre it better and deliver targeted stimulation.

    For some a larger than average penis can be a sensual challenge, especially if a woman has a petite build. While vaginal tissue expands during sex, over 7 inches can be longer than the vaginal canal itself and can bump the uber-sensitive cervix during sex.

    Normal Size, Normal Life

    Not everyone wants to be a porn star and make a living off the genetic anomaly that gave them a large penis. It may sound good in fantasy, but in reality, men whose genitals aren’t giving them the joy they should have and are being objectified by culture at large feel demeaned. It triggers shame and confusion over whether people love them as human beings or mainly want to use them as sex toys.

    If you have a normal build, be grateful. Learn to make the most of it by natural means – exercise, good health habits, cutting down on alcohol, promoting blood flow, and watching your weight. It is estimated that for every extra 30 pounds a man carries it buries his penis shaft by about an inch. Focus on taking good care of the body you have and get the maximum performance out of your normal build.

    Where can I have a penis reduction?

    So, there are a couple of reasons people with a smaller penis should be happy with what they have. If you are interested in getting penis reduction surgery then make sure you get in touch with Moorgate Andrology today.

    Will a penis reduction improve sex?

    There is no shortage of men looking for ways to lengthen their penis with pills, pumps or even plastic surgery. But what about the other way? Is there even a benefit to having penis reduction surgery?

    Penis reduction benefits

    Well, this, of course, depends on one thing and one thing only, the size of your penis. There have been plenty of abnormal cases where men have had 10 inches of girth and been unable to have sex, so if you are in that category for your penis girth then we would definitely recommend getting in touch for a penis reduction surgery today.

    What size do women want?

    But what is the ideal sized penis for a woman? Well, according to researchers “women prefer a relatively average penis size of around 5 inches for long term sexual partners.”

    The researchers noted that women might not prefer even larger penises because of their potential to tear or damage the sensitive structures inside of the vagina.

    “Anything that increases friction during intercourse may promote genital injury, indirectly increasing infection risk. A larger phallus would increase friction relative to a smaller phallus. These potential complications of a larger penis suggest why the human penis has not evolved to be larger,” the researchers noted.

    Other interesting tidbits from the study: 27% of the subjects reported that they had ended a relationship partly due to a mismatch in their preferred penis size and their partner’s genitalia. However, 83% of the respondents said that they were about as concerned with penis size as other women or not very concerned about it at all.

    So, a penis reduction can definitely help men when it comes to sexual experiences, but ultimately it all comes down to what your partner feels is ideal for her enjoyment during intercourse as well as whether you feel comfortable throughout intercourse as well.

    So, if you are interested in a penis reduction surgery then make sure that you get in touch with Moorgate Andrology today at 0330 808 1968.

    Is penis reduction as popular as penis enlargement?

    We’ve all heard of penis enlargement. Can I increase the size of my penis with pills? Can I have surgery to make my penis bigger? Penis reduction, however, is something that’s rarely ever talked about by men, so how popular is it? Continue reading to find out.

    What does penis reduction do?

    Penis reduction surgery works to reduce the size of a man’s penis. Men choose to reduce the size of their penis because of a range of reasons:

    • Their penis is too long or thin, which makes sex very difficult,
    • They have anxiety over the size of their penis,
    • They feel too embarrassed during sex or around their partner because of their penis size.

    Is penis reduction as popular as penis enlargement?

    Yes, both types of male enhancement procedures are as popular. Both procedures are chosen by men who are anxious about the size of their penis. If you feel like reduction surgery is something you want to have done, it’s important that you don’t feel embarrassed to pick up the phone and book a consultation to speak to a Urologist about the procedure. You are not alone, as many men are in the same position.

    Penis reduction procedure

    A Urologist performs a surgical procedure to reduce the size of the penis. This is done under general anaesthetic and requires a hospital stay and some time off work to help with recovery. After six weeks of recovery, you should begin feeling confident during sex, around your partner and in general.

    If you’re thinking about having a penis reduction or want some advice, then don’t hesitate to contact us and book a consultation, where you can speak to one of our friendly Urologists.

    How much is penis reduction surgery?

    Penis reduction surgery is performed by only a handful of Specialist Urologists across the world. Penis reduction surgery is a complex operation involving penile disassembly. The operation takes around two hours.

    In this time the penis length and penis girth can be reduced, as to the patient’s chosen size.

    The operation is an expensive one, due to its complexity and associated medical costs. At the time of writing this operation costs £ 14.995 at Moorgate Andrology. His price is subject to change of course but is correct at the time of writing.

    This cost includes all pre-op tests, surgery fees, and aftercare with the Urologist. At Moorgate Andrology we are very lucky to have one of the few Surgeons in the world that perform penis reduction surgery. This Urologist is Dr Nenad Djakovic.

    Finance may be available (UK residents only) for this procedure. You may be able to finance the whole amount and pay the amount off over a few years. Other ways to pay include a bank transfer if you are self-funding the procedure, or you may like to discuss the prospect of a personal loan from your own bank

    A consultation is the first place to start if you are considering penis reduction surgery. It is really important that you get to know all of the facts about the procedure, including the benefits, risks, and complications associated with this operation.

    Of course, the consultation gives you the opportunity to ask those all-important questions directly to Dr. Djakovic. You will then be hopefully in a position to decide if penis reduction surgery is right for you.

    If you are concerned that your penis is too big then get in touch with us today to arrange a consultation.

    Does smoking impact penis size?

    At Moorgate Andrology we speak to many men who are convinced that their penis has got smaller due to smoking. In most cases its fair to say that they have smoked for a number of years.

    We all know that one of the significant effects of smoking is the narrowing of the arteries. This can cause heart attacks and strokes as a result of the narrowed arteries.

    The penis also relies on blood flow to keep it looking its best, not to mention it is vital when requiring/wanting a good firm erection that is strong enough for sexual intercourse. Any interruption with blood flow to the penis can make it look smaller and impact erection quality.

    The penis is also an organ that is affected by temperature. For example, if you take a hot bath you will see that afterwards, the penis looks full and at its biggest. This is because in warm temperatures blood is drawn into the penis. It is a classic example of how good the penis looks when it has plenty of blood. In cold temperatures however it has the opposite effect. Blood is drawn from the penis and it’s common for it to look more shrivelled than usual.

    Now we know that good blood flow is essential to keep the penis looking its best, it would be a very wise move to stop smoking or at least cut down as much as possible.

    Your penis will appreciate it, especially in matters of performance when you may eventually struggle to achieve, or keep an erection. It is at this point that most men need the help of medication such as sildenafil or tadalafil to give their erections a much-needed boost.

    If you were in any doubt about the impact of smoking on penis size, just take a look at some of the cigarette packets. Many now refer to the impact it has on the penis and erections.

    Do your penis a huge favour, stop smoking.

    Can certain medications cause a reduction in penis size?

    When taking a new medication one of the first things many guys do is reach for the information leaflet that comes with the medication. It’s not a bad start, since you will want to know what side effects if any, can appear when taking it.

    A reduction in penis size would be considered by most men to be a very unwelcome side effect.

    Some medications have been reported to cause a reduction in the size of the penis.

    A very popular medication called finasteride to treat enlarged prostate has been found to not only reduce penis size but also sensation. It is used in the treatment of hair loss too. We have seen men in clinics who are sure that taking this medication has shrunk their penis. Of course, not all men taking finasteride will have this side effect. Most patients taking finasteride will not notice any change in their penis size.

    It should be noted that there may be other factors that may be making the penis shrink, and it may not be the medication. For example, following prostate surgery, some penis may be noted. Certain medical conditions such as Peyronie’s disease can shorten the penis due to the presence of scar tissue.

    Also, as we age the penis will not look quite as long or thick as it was once. Age also has an impact on penis size.

    Other contributory factors include smoking which can narrow arteries and reduce blood flow to the penis.

    If you think your medication is reducing your penis size, then you should talk to your Doctor or a Urologist. When you do so, take into account other factors in your life, such as the ones above, and ask yourself could these be the real reason why you think your penis is smaller?

    Does your penis get smaller as you get older?

    Your penis can shrink as you get older.

    This penis shrinkage can be due to a variety of reasons.

    One of the most common reasons perhaps are clogged arteries. When this happens, there is reduced blood flow to the penis. When your penis is filled with blood it looks fuller (think hard erection) however if the blood flow is compromised then it can make the penis smaller. Keeping your arteries clear of plaque can certainly help downstairs too!

    The effects of aging can also impact other parts of your genitals which can make the penis look smaller. For example, as we get older the scrotum tends to lose its elasticity and starts to sag. The sagging scrotum can also make the penis look proportionately smaller. There is a surgical procedure called a scrotoplasty which can correct this and by doing so also make the penis look bigger.

    As men age, many put extra fat on the pubic area. This can be very stubborn to shift, even with diet and exercise. This should always be the first port of call though when trying to lose it. When there is excess fat in this area it can cover some or even most of the penis shaft. This makes the penis look smaller. There is a condition called ” buried penis” or “hidden penis” in which fat surrounds the penis so that it can hardly be seen.

    If losing weight hasn’t worked then you could consider a pubic liposuction to remove it and to make the penis look bigger.

    How much can you reduce the penis size by?

    The penis can be reduced both in length and girth to the desired size. It is important to give this a lot of thought. It is not possible to reverse the procedure afterwards. Some patients just choose to have the length reduced and some choose to reduce both the length and girth. The Urologist will ask you prior to the procedure, and as part of the consultation process, exactly what size you desire.

    Many patients want the penis to be made as small as possible, this is especially the case in terms of the penis length.

    How long does penis reduction surgery take?

    The surgery is performed under general anaesthetic and in most cases will take around two hours. You will be able to go home on the same day provided that you have someone to collect you from the hospital.

    How much time off work will I need after penis reduction surgery?

    This will depend on the type of work that you do. If your job is sedentary then up to one week may be sufficient. If your job is more physical then up to two weeks may be required.

    How long before I can resume sexual activity after penis reduction surgery?

    You will need to avoid sexual activity for six weeks after surgery. This also includes masturbation.

    What kind of anaesthetic is required for penis reduction surgery?

    Penis reduction surgery is performed under general anaesthetic. This means that you will be asleep for the whole procedure.

    Who will perform the surgery and where?

    The Surgery will be performed by Dr Nenad Djakovic, a Urologist. The surgery will take place in a private West London Hospital.

    Is finance available for penis reduction surgery?

    Yes, finance is available subject to status. You can borrow up to 100% of the surgery cost and take up to five years to pay. We also have an interest free option where you can borrow up to £5000 interest free for one year.

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