Small penis sizes have been hampering men's mental health since forever. Men with small penis size are usually known to develop coping mechanisms to deal with their situation. Some opt for overcompensation as a part of their coping mechanism which some unable to deal with it have their mental health compromised. However, these days with advanced technology becoming extremely accessible, men are opting for surgical ways to have their penis enlargement surgeries for increased dick size. Yet, these days another growing trend that the doctors in Papua New Guinea have referred to as "nationwide problem" is of men injecting foreign substances such as coconut oil and silicone, into their penises in an attempt to make them bigger. The doctors are slamming this DIY method of having a longer penis. Experts have warned against the injecting any such substance such as silicone or coconut oil into their penises to have an increased penis size. Especially at places such as Papua New Guinea where the number of people trying the DIY penis enlargement at home is increased. How to Make Your Penis Bigger in 45 Minutes? Penis Implants Are Now Available for Men Which Can Make a ‘Huge’ Difference.
According to a doctor at the Port Moresby General Hospital, over the last two years, his clinic has treated about 500 men with penile disfigurement and dysfunction as a result of injections, as per Daily Mail. He further said, "I have seen five new cases every week for the past two years and these are the ones that have come forward for treatment. We don’t know how many of them are out there. I saw seven today.” Akule Danlop, a surgeon at the hospital said to the esteemed portal. The substances usually people inject their penises with are: coconut oil, baby oil, silicone and cooking oil. The side effects are of these DIY treatment are extremely serious, sometimes irreversible.
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“The bulk of them have abnormal, lumpy masses growing over the penis and sometimes involving the scrotum. A good number are coming in with ulcers; they eventually burst open. Some of them have difficulty urinating because the foreskin is so swollen it cannot contract,” Danlop further said.