Scrotal webbing is an especially common condition that is easily treated. A scrotal web occurs when the skin of the front wall of the scrotum gets pulled up onto the underside of the shaft of the penis; this hides a portion of the penile shaft causing the penis to appear shorter, and it can also be the source of discomfort during vaginal or anal intercourse. A scrotal web is usually found on a man who has undergone a prior circumcision. NO man wants his penis to appear shorter. The treatment of scrotal webbing is a simple, outpatient procedure called a ventral phalloplasty that is effective and well tolerated; watch this video and notice the drastically improved appearance of the penis.
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