Penis fillers, designed to increase the organ’s girth, have gained in popularity, cosmetic surgery groups say.
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Penis fillers, designed to increase the organ’s girth, are gaining in popularity – despite warnings over complications. Two men tell the BBC why they are not ashamed to have them.
A penis filler is a liquid – usually hyaluronic acid – which is injected into the soft tissue under the skin of the shaft.
It is a non-surgical procedure and can be done in a matter of hours at a specialist clinic. It costs around £3,000 a time.
It is designed to increase a man’s flaccid girth, usually by one or two centimetres in circumference – depending on the amount injected – and lasts for around 18 months.