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Everything you'll need to know about Penile Prosthesis in Cambodia

What is the cost of Penile Prosthesis in Cambodia?

The price of a Penile Prosthesis in Cambodia can vary widely because of several influencing factors. The total cost may vary depending on your health condition's severity, the treatment plan chosen, the quality of the implants utilised, and any additional medical treatments.

Even while the cost factor could sound alluring, it needs to be looked at from a wider angle. The skill of the surgeon, the reputation of the hospital, the outcomes for successful patients, and your degree of comfort with the medical personnel are all crucial factors to take into account. It is advised to discuss the overall fees and acceptable forms of payment with your chosen clinic when you first meet with them.

What does a Penile Prosthesis Procedure Involve?

Before the procedure, you will need to consult with your doctor and it is okay to feel nervous about having surgery on the penis and discussing the risks, benefits, and what to expect with your doctor may reduce your anxiety. Sometimes, you may need to undergo some tests before the procedure to make sure there are no underlying health concerns. During your consultation with your doctor, you will have a full discussion regarding the type of implants you can choose. The main types of penile prosthesis are:

  • Inflatable devices are the most common type of penile prosthesis used and this type of prosthesis can be inflated to create an erection and can be deflated. There are two models for inflatable devices: three-piece inflatable implant and two-piece inflatable implant. With a three-piece inflatable implant, two cylinders are placed in the penis, an inflatable pump is placed in the scrotum, and a fluid-filled container is placed in the abdomen. These components are all connected by special tubing. When a three-piece inflatable implant is inflated, it will act and feel like a natural erection. A two-piece inflatable implant is similar to the three-piece inflatable implant, but instead of placing a fluid-filled container in the abdomen, the fluid is within the pump that is placed in the scrotum. Also, the two-piece inflatable implant is not as rigid as the three-piece inflatable implant.
  • Non-inflatable semi-rigid devices or malleable rods are always firm and are usually bent downward, but it can be straightened into an upward position during sexual intercourse. With this type of prosthesis, your surgeon will place two flexible rods into the penis. The implants maintain a semi-rigid state and will not change size or stiffness.  

Once you have chosen the type of prosthesis you want, your doctor will give you instructions on how to prepare for the surgery. You normally will be asked to fast for a certain amount of time before the surgery and to shave the area. During the surgery, you may be given general anesthesia, however, there are some cases where patients are given spinal anesthesia, which blocks pain in the lower part of your body. Your surgeon will also give you IV antibiotics to help prevent infection.

An incision will be made in the penis below the head, and your surgeon will place the implant through the incision. Your surgeon will customize the size of the implant based on your body and penis size. If you choose inflatable implants, your surgeon will make small incisions in the scrotum to place the pump and valve. If your surgeon is implanting a three-piece inflatable device, they will also make incisions in the abdomen to place the fluid reservoir. The incisions will be closed by stitches and the surgery can take from one hour to two hours to complete.

How Long Should I Stay in Cambodia for a Penile Prosthesis Procedure?

A penile prosthesis surgery can be carried out at an outpatient surgery facility or hospital. You should be able to go home on the same day of the surgery once the effect of the anesthesia wears off. However, you may have to stay in the hospital for two to three nights. The whole procedure requires at least 10 to 14 nights stay in the Cambodia because you will need to attend follow-up checkups and for the stitches to be removed.

What's the Recovery Time for Penile Prosthesis Procedures in Cambodia?

After the surgery, you will likely need to take medications to help ease the pain and you may feel mild pain for several weeks. Some swelling and bruising may occur for the first few days. You will be advised to avoid water in the penis areas for at least a week.

Most patients can go back to strenuous physical activity and sexual activity within four to six weeks. It is best to ask your surgeon when you can resume your normal activity and sexual intercourse. During your recovery period, you will have to take antibiotics to prevent infection and the incisions will heal within five days following surgery.

What sort of Aftercare is Required for Penile Prosthesis Procedures in Cambodia?

Your doctor will give you post-operative care instructions which you will need to follow. For the first few days when you still have swelling, you can use ice to help to decrease it. However, you should not place it directly on the scrotum or penis as it may cause skin damage. You might need to keep your penis up on your lower abdomen and pointing toward your belly button during your healing process to prevent downward curvature.

Your doctor may also recommend you fully inflating and deflating inflatable implants twice a day so you can practice using the implant. This activity can also help stretch the surrounding tissue. For two weeks following the surgery, you will have to wear supportive underwear or a jockstrap.

What's the Success Rate of Penile Prosthesis Procedures in Cambodia?

A penile prosthesis surgery has a high success rate, with about 80% to 90% of men satisfied with the results. Around 90% to 95% of inflatable prosthesis produce erections suitable for intercourse. 60% to 80% of implant devices will continue to work for ten years.

For an in-depth analysis of the pros and cons of Penile prosthesis, watch this short video.

Are there Alternatives to Penile Prosthesis Procedures in Cambodia?

A penile prosthesis is one of the best and most effective treatments for erectile dysfunction, but there are other alternatives if you do not want to undergo surgery. Many men can take oral medications such as Sildenafil, Tadalafil, Verdenafil, and Avanafil. Another alternative is to use a penis pump, which is a hollow tube with a hand-powered or battery-powered pump.

What Should You Expect Before and After the Procedure

Before the operation, a comprehensive medical check-up will be conducted, and your doctor will converse with you about your health history. This could involve blood analysis, diagnostic scans, and assessments of your heart's functionality to verify your suitability for the operation. It also serves as a chance for you to inquire and express whatever apprehensions you may have about the operation. Some patients may also need to interrupt or modify their current medications, notably those that thin the blood, to reduce any chances of heavy bleeding during the operation.

Post a Penile Prosthesis, you should prepare yourself for potential discomfort and inflammation around the area of the operation. Adhering to the provided medication and aftercare guidance will promote healing and prevent any complications. It is essential to maintain cleanliness in the operating area, make it to your follow-up reviews, and monitor your body for any signs indicating an infection or complications. You may also receive clear directives on how to handle your implant for the initial period post-surgery.

Over time, you should prepare to recommence sexual activities. Nonetheless, it is crucial to understand that a Penile Prosthesis enhances erectile performance, but it doesn't tackle other sexual problems or enhance sexual prowess. If these issues remain, it might be beneficial to talk about them with your healthcare expert.

What are Potential Risks of Penile Prosthesis?

Although the success rate is high, there are still complications and risks that you should be aware of.

  • Infection, especially when you have a spinal cord injury or diabetes.
  • Internal erosion or adhesion, which is a condition where an implant sticks to the skin inside the penis or wear away the skin from inside the penis.
  • Implant problems where the implants malfunction. If this happens, you need to remove or replace the broken implant through surgery.

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: 27/07/2023