Q8. Can I have penis enlargement surgery on the NHS?

A8. That is unlikely. The NHS has finite resources and allocates them to areas which have the greatest need. Priority is given to essential medical need rather than what is considered ‘lifestyle surgery’.

However, if you have a congenital birth defect, have penile cancer or have damaged your penis as a result of an accident then you may be able to obtain surgery on the NHS. Speak to your GP about this as he/she will be able to advise you further and refer you to a surgeon if necessary.

If you cannot obtain help via the NHS then you will need to pay for surgery as a private patient. This means finding a suitable clinic and reputable surgeon.

For more help with this visit our finding a surgeon section.

Penis Enlargement FAQS Index:

Penis Enlargement FAQs Intro

  1. What is considered a normal sized penis?
  2. I feel that my penis is too small and because of this, avoid communal changing rooms: is there anything I can do about this?
  3. My penis is too small and has started to affect my sexual performance: why is this?
  4. Can I have my penis enlarged?
  5. What is penis enlargement surgery?
  6. Is there more than one type of penis enlargement surgery?
  7. How much does penis enlargement cost?
  1. Can I have penis enlargement surgery on the NHS?
  2. What are the risks of penis enlargement surgery?
  3. What can I expect from penis enlargement surgery?
  4. What is ‘phalloplasty?’
  5. Are there alternatives to penis enlargement surgery?
  6. What is a ‘penis pump?’

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