More and more men are opting for scrotal lift surgery to remedy saggy balls

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More and more men are opting for scrotal lift surgery to remedy saggy balls


More and more men are opting for scrotal lift surgery to remedy saggy balls
Men are getting uplifting surgery on their balls. (Picture: Getty)

To be fair, the tip of most cosmetic surgery makes us wince a bit. Having our skin sliced in to is a terrifying prospect. However this particular trend could make men hope to cross their legs.

The MailOnline reports that the latest big cosmetic surgery is the scrotal lift.

Yep. It’s exactly exactly what it sounds like. Additionally known as scrotoplasty or scrotal reduction, it’s a surgical procedure that works to remove excess and saggy skin on the testicles.

The operation works by slicing away excess skin, then rejoining the muscle at the ‘seam’ of the scrotum to reduce scarring. It can easily be performed under local anaesthetic as a quick, straightforward procedure, along with patients able to enter and leave the clinic within the same day.

Picture: Getty
(Picture: Getty)

Recovery time is a little tricky though. Patients will certainly feel tender and swollen for a few days after, and they’re advised not to have actually sex or do any strenuous activities for up to 6 weeks.

Men are taking photos of their balls in front of beautiful landscapes

But for ball-conscious men, that’s a small rate to pay for a perfectly smooth sack.

The Mail explains that the surgery was originally used to treat cancer patients and anyone along with scrotal abnormalities and injuries. Now, along with much more stress to look perfect as we go on aging – particularly in the downstairs region (BLAME PORN) – scrotal lifts are becoming much more and much more popular for purely cosmetic reasons.

Scrotal lift surgery is becoming more popular Illustration by Liberty Antonia Sadler for Metro.co.uk
(Picture: Liberty Antonia Sadler for Metro.co.uk)

Gerard Lambe, a consultant plastic surgeon in Cheshire and spokesperson for the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, told MailOnline: ‘It’s frequently the older gentleman having the operation, mostly those over 50

‘It’s mainly self-consciousness as the procedure is only truly going to adjustment somebody aesthetically.

‘It’s those that are attempting to maintain themselves looking and feeling helpful for as long as possible.’


More and more men are opting for scrotal lift surgery to remedy saggy balls
(Picture: Getty)

Which is reasonable enough – we’re all for people having cosmetic surgery if it will certainly improve their emotional wellbeing and self-confidence.

But we’d Additionally enjoy to urge anyone along with testicles that perfectly smooth, uplifted, sag-free balls are not the norm as you age. It’s totally okay if your balls sag as you grab older, and there’s truly no have to go through pricey, painful surgery in an attempt to grab the ‘perfect’ body.

Let’s call all an end to genital-shaming, and simply accept the naked truth that all our nether regions are varied and strange However beautiful in their individuality. Vulva are glorious as they are. So are balls.

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