Webbedpenis88
So to cut to the chase. I had a really poor circumcision that was never corrected as a baby. Way too much skin was removed because of this I have a very large web underneath my penis as well as skin on the side and over top that is scrotal tissue. I've recently even developed a large pubic fat pad due to obesity that further complicates the issue. It makes wearing condoms very difficult and more fuller erections painful.  It seems like my scrotal sac is in a very poor position. What is recommended to fix this issue. images to help see the problem. It is also a very bad look. i have a ton of anxiety about it.
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xavierx
So my circumcision caused a similar issue (webbed penis, usually "genetic" but also caused by a botched circumcision).  I'm based in Seattle and found a urologist who was able to work with me and understood insurance to help me get it done with only a few thousand out of pocket (insurance cover ~85% of hospital time/drugs/etc). My Dr used the term "revised circumcision" due to pain/health to get it through insurance with no push back at all.  Hope this helps!
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Webbedpenis88
xavierx wrote:
So my circumcision caused a similar issue (webbed penis, usually "genetic" but also caused by a botched circumcision).  I'm based in Seattle. (insurance cover ~85% of hospital time/drugs/etc). My Dr used the term "revised circumcision" due to pain/health to get it through insurance with no push back at all.  Hope this helps!


So what surgery was actually performed? was it a only a ventral phalloplasty or was it a full scale operation that involved cutting the sac to completely expose the tissue of your true "base". I saw a ventral phalloplasty being done on a smaller web and it seems like my issue is more complex than that.  none of my relatives have this issue

Is the web completely gone?
Sorry for being so blunt. I just hate the pain of a full erection and severely dislike not seeing 3-5 inches of shaft just because of scrotal skin.
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H3o
xavierx wrote:
So my circumcision caused a similar issue (webbed penis, usually "genetic" but also caused by a botched circumcision).  I'm based in Seattle and found a urologist who was able to work with me and understood insurance to help me get it done with only a few thousand out of pocket (insurance cover ~85% of hospital time/drugs/etc). My Dr used the term "revised circumcision" due to pain/health to get it through insurance with no push back at all.  Hope this helps!


hey I messaged you just wondering if you can help with the doctor name I’m in Seattle too
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