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Urology Clinic De Los Santos Medical Center
MyMeditravel Agusan del Norte, Philippines
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Penectomy
Urology Clinic De Los Santos Medical Center
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Far North Luzon General Hospital and Training Center
MyMeditravel Apayao, Philippines
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Penectomy
Far North Luzon General Hospital and Training Center
Far North Luzon General Hospital and Training Center
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Premiere Medical Center
MyMeditravel Nueva Ecija, Philippines
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Premiere Medical Center
Premiere Medical Center
Premiere Medical Center
Premiere Medical Center
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Aklan Baptist Hospital
MyMeditravel Aklan, Philippines
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Penectomy
Aklan Baptist Hospital
Aklan Baptist Hospital
Aklan Baptist Hospital
Aklan Baptist Hospital
Aklan Baptist Hospital
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English
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Butuan Doctors' Hospital
MyMeditravel Agusan del Norte, Philippines
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Penectomy
Butuan Doctors' Hospital
Butuan Doctors' Hospital
Butuan Doctors' Hospital
Butuan Doctors' Hospital
Butuan Doctors' Hospital
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English
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Notre Dame de Chartres Hospital
MyMeditravel Benguet, Philippines
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Penectomy
Notre Dame de Chartres Hospital
Notre Dame de Chartres Hospital
Notre Dame de Chartres Hospital
Notre Dame de Chartres Hospital
Notre Dame de Chartres Hospital
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English
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Bataan Peninsula Medical Center
MyMeditravel Bataan, Philippines
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Penectomy
Bataan Peninsula Medical Center
Bataan Peninsula Medical Center
Bataan Peninsula Medical Center
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English
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Batanes General Hospital
MyMeditravel Batanes, Philippines
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Penectomy
Batanes General Hospital
Batanes General Hospital
Batanes General Hospital
Batanes General Hospital
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English
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Jesus of Nazareth Hospital
MyMeditravel Batangas, Philippines
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Penectomy
Jesus of Nazareth Hospital
Jesus of Nazareth Hospital
Jesus of Nazareth Hospital
Jesus of Nazareth Hospital
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English
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Angeles Medical Cente
MyMeditravel Pampanga, Philippines
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Angeles Medical Cente
Angeles Medical Cente
Angeles Medical Cente
Angeles Medical Cente
Angeles Medical Cente
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Davao Doctors Hospital
MyMeditravel Davao del Sur, Philippines
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Penectomy
Davao Doctors Hospital
Davao Doctors Hospital
Davao Doctors Hospital
Davao Doctors Hospital
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English
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Davao Regional Medical Center
MyMeditravel Davao del Norte, Philippines
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Davao Regional Medical Center
Davao Regional Medical Center
Davao Regional Medical Center
Davao Regional Medical Center
Davao Regional Medical Center
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English
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Retuerma General Hospital
MyMeditravel Albay, Philippines
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Penectomy
Retuerma General Hospital
Retuerma General Hospital
Retuerma General Hospital
Retuerma General Hospital
Retuerma General Hospital
Languages spoken
English
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Saint Gabriel Medical Center
MyMeditravel Aklan, Philippines
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Penectomy
Saint Gabriel Medical Center
Saint Gabriel Medical Center
Saint Gabriel Medical Center
Languages spoken
English
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Manila Kidney and Prostate Care Clinic
MyMeditravel Agusan del Norte, Philippines
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Penectomy
Manila Kidney and Prostate Care Clinic
Manila Kidney and Prostate Care Clinic
Manila Kidney and Prostate Care Clinic
Manila Kidney and Prostate Care Clinic
Manila Kidney and Prostate Care Clinic
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English
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Pedia Gastro in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
MyMeditravel Metro Manila, Philippines
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Penectomy
Pedia Gastro in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
Pedia Gastro in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
Pedia Gastro in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
Pedia Gastro in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
Pedia Gastro in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
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English
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Bangued Christian Hospital
MyMeditravel Abra, Philippines
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Penectomy
Bangued Christian Hospital
Bangued Christian Hospital
Languages spoken
English
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Lumbis Rances General Hospita
MyMeditravel Albay, Philippines
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Penectomy
Lumbis Rances General Hospita
Lumbis Rances General Hospita
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English
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Casiguran District Hospital
MyMeditravel Aurora, Philippines
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Penectomy
Casiguran District Hospital
Casiguran District Hospital
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English
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Batangas Provincial Hospital
MyMeditravel Batangas, Philippines
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Penectomy
Batangas Provincial Hospital
Batangas Provincial Hospital
Batangas Provincial Hospital
Languages spoken
English
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Everything you'll need to know about Penectomy in Philippines

What is the cost of Penectomy in Philippines?

When estimating the overall price of the Penectomy in Philippines, it's mandatory to take into account the various elements that add up to the comprehensive cost. Usually, these comprise the fee for the surgeon's services, general anesthesia or sedation, facility or hospital charges, and any incurred costs pertaining to post-treatment care. It's also significant to weigh in factors such as the duration of hospitalization, essential medications, and any suggested physical therapy or rehabilitation, all of which might escalate the entire cost. 

Do note, while the financial obligations linked with the Penectomy are a crucial aspect, they should not become the exclusive decision-making criterion. Ascertaining that you are under the care of a commendable professional, operating in a clinic with a history of successful results, is immensely important.

What does a Penectomy Procedure Involve?

Penectomy can involve different techniques: total or partial. The surgery may also include additional procedures.

  • Partial penectomy removes only the end of your penis, while the shaft is left intact.
  • Total penectomy involves the removal of the entire penis, including the roots that extend into the penis.

After total penectomy, your surgeon will also create a new opening for urine to drain from the perineum, which is the area between the anus and the scrotum. This procedure is called a perineal urethrostomy. Since the sphincter muscle (the “on and off” valve) in your urethra is left behind, urination can still be controlled but you will have to sit to urinate. With partial penectomy, you should still be able to urinate while standing up through the remaining penis.

For very advanced cancers, a further procedure known as emasculation may be done during as well. This procedure involves removing the penis along with the scrotum and the testicles. In certain cases, such as when cancer invades deep tissue, removing some of your lymph nodes may be necessary.

For trans-women, penectomy may not involve the complete removal of the penis. All or parts of the glans are usually left and reshaped as a clitoris. The skin of the penile shaft is usually inverted in order to form the vagina. In some cases, the scrotum is used to form the vaginal walls, while the skin of the penile shaft is used to form the labia majora.

Both total and partial penectomy can be carried out under either spinal or general anesthesia. With spinal anesthesia, you will remain awake but the area of the surgery will be totally numbed, while with general anesthesia, you will be asleep throughout the operation.

How Long Should I Stay in Philippines for a Penectomy Procedure?

You will need a short stay in the hospital, usually around one or two nights, following a penectomy, whether total or partial. After you are discharged from the hospital, do not leave Philippines immediately. Plan to stay at least 7 to 10 more days after your surgery for follow-up checkups and initial recovery.

Consider using this occasion to rejuvenate, consume a nourishing diet, and participate in light physical workout under the supervision of a medical expert. Such a holistic strategy towards post-surgery care promotes a trouble-free recovery and minimizes the danger of potential side effects.

What's the Recovery Time for Penectomy Procedures in Philippines?

The recovery period may vary depending on why you underwent the procedure and your overall health. In general, you need to take things easy for at least 4 to 6 weeks following the surgery. Make sure to avoid any strenuous activity, including heavy lifting, gardening, and shopping. You should be able to go back to work within 4 weeks after your penectomy

What sort of Aftercare is Required for Penectomy Procedures in Philippines?

During your recovery period, you may need a friend or a family member to take care of the daily tasks. If you cannot find anyone who is available to help you full time, consider hiring a helper. Your surgeon will give you detailed post-operative instruction. It is important that you follow everything in the instruction to have a smooth and quick recovery.

Your doctor will prescribe painkillers. Make sure that you take the painkillers regularly as prescribed and not just when you feel pain. You will be given medications to prevent infections, constipation, and blood clots as well. You may also need to wear anti-embolism stockings, or anti-blood clot stockings, in order to protect the circulation of your leg.

You may need to attend regular checkups to ensure cancer has not come back. However, you should be able to have these checkups with your local doctor back at home. In some cases, you may need sexual support therapists and specialists, as well as a counselor, to help you adjust with life after surgery.

What's the Success Rate of Penectomy Procedures in Philippines?

Evaluating the effectiveness of Penectomy in Philippines is crucial before reaching a final decision. High effectiveness signals proficiency in executing the procedure, the caliber of the healthcare facilities, and the overall medical expertise within the vicinity. Moreover, impressive effectiveness often implies a lowered probability of complications, a major cause of worry for numerous patients pondering the procedure. Penectomy is generally a safe and effective procedure, particularly when performed by an experienced and skilled surgeon.

Effectiveness rates can showcase considerable variation due to an array of factors. These factors encompass the intricacies of the individual case, the total health and lifestyle of the patient, and the skill of the healthcare professional. Patients who efficiently manage stress, routinely exercise, eat a balanced diet and adhere to medical counsel generally experience superior results. 

Are there Alternatives to Penectomy Procedures in Philippines?

The alternative to penectomy depends on the reason you have the surgery. If you undergo the procedure to treat penile cancer, the alternatives depend on the stage of your cancer. The following are some of the treatment options:

  • Circumcision – this procedure involves removing the foreskin and some nearby skin. It is done if the cancer is only on the foreskin.
  • Wide excision – the tumor, along with a large amount of surrounding normal tissue, is removed.
  • Mohs surgery – during this surgery, a layer of the skin that the tumor may have invaded is removed. Then this layer of the skin is examined. If it still has cancer cells in it, another layer of the skin is removed. This process is repeated until there is no cancer remains.

Further options include laser ablation or radiation therapy.

For transgender women, the alternative is orchiectomy, which is a procedure to remove one or more testicles.

What Should You Expect Before and After the Procedure

Before penectomy, you may have cancerous cells in your penis. After the surgery, cancer may be completely removed. However, life after surgery may cause psychological problems. After partial penectomy, it may still be possible for you to have satisfying intercourse.

After total penectomy, full intercourse is impossible. However, with effort, you can still achieve pleasure. It is recommended to talk with a counselor to help with stress, depression, or questioning of your identity. You can also consider penis reconstruction if you want to. For transgender women, penectomy will bring you a step closer to a full transition.

What are Potential Risks of Penectomy?

However, having a penectomy carries risks and complications. These complications include:

  • Infection
  • Bleeding
  • Allergic reaction to anesthesia
  • Chronic pain
  • Blood clots
  • Narrowing of the urethra
  • Being unable to have sexual intercourse
  • Lymphedema (a blockage in your lymphatic system that results in swelling).

If you experience uncontrolled pain, persistent bleeding from the wound, difficulty in passing urine, feeling as if you have a bad cold, high temperature, and shaking, as well as prolonged redness, swelling, or a foul-smelling discharge from the wound site, contact your healthcare team immediately.

Whilst the information presented here has been accurately sourced and verified by a medical professional for its accuracy, it is still advised to consult with your doctor before pursuing a medical treatment at one of the listed medical providers

Update: 26/07/2023