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Penuma: A Revolution in Male Sexual Health

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Can we talk? Specifically about male sexual health? Sure, it’s a taboo and touchy subject, but everyone deserves to have a satisfying, fulfilling sex life. And that’s why leading urologist Dr. James Elist invented Penuma — and its latest iteration, Himplant — for men experiencing deformity, low self-confidence, insecurity, and other related sexual health issues. With 13 patents to his name, Elist is an undeniable trailblazer and his invention is revolutionizing the male sexual health industry.

“This is very important for them, changing the size of their penis for any kind of reason,” notes Elist. “For some people, they have low self-confidence or low self-esteem. They have a mild curvature, or if they are not happy with their penis size in a locker room, or if they have experienced penis shrinkage with age. “Their manhood, the size of their penis, is very, very important for them. That low self-confidence and self-esteem has a major effect in their life, and in their marriage, and in their sexual relationships.”

What Is Penuma — And How Can It Help?

Penuma is an implant made from medical-grade silicone that’s inserted under the penile skin through a concealed surgical incision made under the scrotum. The implant increases penile girth and flaccid length.

After recovery, the penis looks and feels natural, with little to no evidence of surgery. The implant encompasses the penile shaft, sort of like a jacket. It’s been designed to not interfere with the normal functioning of the penis.

The procedure itself takes about 45 minutes to an hour, and patients are not bedridden. However, patients must wait for a couple of months to be able to resume regular sexual activity.

Dr. James Elist has now introduced Himplant, the next-generation male sexual enhancement solution.

Elist’s innovation resulted from decades of practice in which he noted the toll lack of sexual well-being took on his patients’ mental health. Concerns about the size and shape of their penis, whether naturally or due to medical conditions such as Peyronie’s disease or erectile dysfunction, impacted them deeply. It affected their ability to have fulfilling sexual lives and they often complained to Elist about it.

My most significant source of inspiration has been the patients themselves,” Elist shared. “Observing the transformative effects of the Penuma and its successor Himplant on their lives has been a driving force, reinforcing my dedication to overcoming obstacles and steadfastly pursuing advancements in male enhancement.”

Peyronie’s Disease, Erectile Dysfunction, and Penile Dysmorphic Disorder

PD is a scarring disorder that can lead to penis deformities such as increased curvature and shortening. The scarring can often cause pain and discomfort.

ED can occur for several reasons, including medical procedures such as postradial prostatectomy, a procedure for the removal of a cancerous prostate gland. Advances in medicine have led to earlier detection of prostate cancer, which is why there is a higher number of young postradial prostatectomy cases.

Penile dysmorphic disorder is a condition similar to body dysmorphic disorder, which causes men to fixate on the shape or size of their penis. PPD can gravely impact the mental well-being of men, leading to suffering in their personal lives.

Penuma and its next-gen successor, Himplant, have proven effective in treating these issues. Penuma is the first Food and Drug Administration-cleared penile enlargement device on the market.

 Since 2004, over 5,000 Penuma procedures have been performed, and this number is growing rapidly because the FDA clearance allows Elist to market the procedure to other urologists and cosmetic surgeons.

Penuma’s impact is far beyond any aesthetic improvements. It’s an effective treatment for men suffering from different medical conditions or those generally dissatisfied with the shape or size of their penis. It’s a valuable addition to effective treatments available in the market for male sexual health.

Says Elist, “Hopefully, we can break that taboo and open the conversation., Talking about your penis size is fine. There’s no problem. You did something for yourself. You’re happy about it. They’re going to talk to other people.”

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