Our expert says:
I'm afraid I'm not a urologist, so if you want a urologist's opinion you will need to go and see one. What I can say though is thit is that it is common that the penis pulls back/shrinks at times - I'm not sure if this is what you mean by "pulled in". If it is painful and retracts into your body cavity then I would recommend that you go and see a urologist to check on this situation.
I also want to reassure you that 9cms is about average! People often don't measure accurately - is it the underside of the penis or the top? I am wondering why this is a problem for you?
I can give limited information on the surgery: what they do is cut some of the ligaments holding the penis so that more of the penis which is normally housed in the groin area is available for external penetration. This improves length only but can result in the penis not standing as upright as it did before (it has fewer supports). This surgery does not improve circumference; only length. All surgery has risk, so would this. I suggest that you consult with a urologist to get the information you are looking for if this is not reassuring you enough.
Claire - SASHA
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