Hidden Penis

rom323 rom323
How many of you have or know of someone who has a Hidden Penis.
This is basically where the penis retracts inside the body where no part or just a small part of the head is visible, when flacid.

I have this condition, and my wife and I are looking into corrective surgery but not sure if anyone is aware of this condition.

Was it an issue sexually? or a turnoff?

My equipment works just fine. she wants it to hang like a normal penis and mine hides.
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No
79  (80%)
Total votes: 99
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12/28/2011
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Elnoa Elnoa
My husband's penis gets like this, where it's sometimes "just the head" when flaccid. It works perfectly when erect and it doesn't bother me. I think it's cute and I like to play with it, lol!

I personally would never consider having someone get surgery for something like this.
12/28/2011
indiglo indiglo
Personally, I would never ask someone to have a surgery for that. If it works fine, who cares how it looks when it's flaccid? Seems purely cosmetic, and that's an area where I wouldn't go poking about just for cosmetic reasons.

We watched these documentaries quite awhile ago, but I thought you might enjoy checking them out! His situation is different from yours, but the topic still seems very relevant.

My Penis and I (on Documentary Heaven)

and the sequel...

My Penis and Everyone Else's (also on Documentary Heaven)
12/29/2011
Peggi Peggi
This never bothered me with my partner who had this and I never really thought much of it because it didn't bother him and I'm too laid back to care about these things lol
12/29/2011
bayosgirl bayosgirl
Neither of my two partners in my life has/had this. If either one did, I wouldn't push surgery. As long as it works properly when erect it's no big deal. Heck, flaccid penises that hang down "normally" are not that attractive anyway, imo
12/29/2011
El-Jaro El-Jaro
Quote:
Originally posted by Elnoa
My husband's penis gets like this, where it's sometimes "just the head" when flaccid. It works perfectly when erect and it doesn't bother me. I think it's cute and I like to play with it, lol!

I personally would never ... More
I hope you never call it "cute" to his face! That can be a huge kick in the ego for a guy.

As long as it works and everyone is happy, why mess with it? More harm could come out of it than good.
12/29/2011
switzerland switzerland
i have never heard of this before... but i'm not sure surgery would be the answer, especially if it works perfectly fine. why fix something that isn't broken!
12/29/2011
Elnoa Elnoa
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
I hope you never call it "cute" to his face! That can be a huge kick in the ego for a guy.

As long as it works and everyone is happy, why mess with it? More harm could come out of it than good.
Of course I do! I call it cute all the time. I talk to it and make funny noises while pinching it. It seriously is unlimited enjoyment for me. (I also make bomber noises and the like when I pour honey or mix cookie dough, etc.). He doesn't mind, but it does make him giggle. :3
But! He's also the least "guy-like" of any man I've ever met... which is why we are still together. None of that ego crap with him.
12/29/2011
Eva Schwaltz Eva Schwaltz
Never heard of it or seen it. If it's not a problem, then don't take the chance in harming it.
12/29/2011
LaLaLouise LaLaLouise
I agree with everyone else. I've been with guys whose penises retracted a lot when not erect, and I never had a problem with it. If it doesn't affect the quality of sex itself and is only a cosmetic issue, I feel like the risks are not worth it. And I don't in any way intend to be insulting to your wife, but the way you word it makes it sound as though she's the one pressuring you to do this. She wants it to hang like a "normal" penis when flaccid? There's nothing "abnormal" about being a grower. I think she and you both need to accept your body the way it is. If she felt that her vaginal lips were too long and she was self-conscious about it, but it didn't interfere with the quality of your sex life, would you push her to have a portion of her labia surgically trimmed off? I think you and her need to consider the risks. What if after the surgery, your penis hangs the way she wants it to, but it causes erectile dysfunction or has some other adverse affect?
12/29/2011
Shellz31 Shellz31
I've never heard or seen that before.
But it honestly wouldn't bother me.

And I'd rather a partner didn't have any kind of surgery, if it works, why risk surgery that may bugger things up? Ya just never know when it comes to surgery. I'd much rather have him just the way he is.
12/29/2011
Anjulie Anjulie
Quote:
Originally posted by Eva Schwaltz
Never heard of it or seen it. If it's not a problem, then don't take the chance in harming it.
Agreed
12/29/2011
punkstar283 punkstar283
Quote:
Originally posted by rom323
How many of you have or know of someone who has a Hidden Penis.
This is basically where the penis retracts inside the body where no part or just a small part of the head is visible, when flacid.

I have this condition, and my wife and I ... More
Never Heard of it,
12/29/2011
sktb0007 sktb0007
I've never heard of this before actually
12/29/2011
froggiemoma froggiemoma
Never heard of it before either, but I doubt that it would bother me as long as it worked fine!
12/29/2011
Ms. Spice Ms. Spice
I've heard of this. My friend's lover has this and she and he are perfectly content with their sex life.

I think this is one of those cases that plastic surgery isn't necessary. I'm not saying you shouldn't, but after studying penis cosmetic surgeries for a bit, I found that they can be more detrimental than good; for example, a common side effect is damage of the erectile tissue- you won't be able to get hard and have sex again. Honestly, if it works, it may be best to just deal with it instead of trying to make it look pretty. Just my opinion though.
12/29/2011
married with children married with children
never heard of this before.
12/30/2011
Zombirella Zombirella
Quote:
Originally posted by rom323
How many of you have or know of someone who has a Hidden Penis.
This is basically where the penis retracts inside the body where no part or just a small part of the head is visible, when flacid.

I have this condition, and my wife and I ... More
turnoff
12/30/2011
callsignhusker callsignhusker
just because people look different doesn't mean it's a bad thing. everyone doesn't have to look alike. as long as it works, i wouldn't mess with it.
01/02/2012
Swish Swish
My lover has a very small looking penis its very tiny and doesn't go past his balls, I think its very cute, and I enjoy playing with it. I would never even think of changing it for aesthetic reasons. Its totally fine when erect and decently large, I see no problems with it
01/14/2012
PassionateLover2 PassionateLover2
Quote:
Originally posted by Eva Schwaltz
Never heard of it or seen it. If it's not a problem, then don't take the chance in harming it.
I agree; if it's no problem, surgery seems purely cosmetic.
01/14/2012
PropertyOfPotter PropertyOfPotter
I know of a couple men who do. I think as long as it works fine otherwise, I would never consider surgery as an option! A lot of men don't have a very large looking penis when it's soft. I don't understand why it would matter to a partner either, it doesn't do any good sexually when it's soft any way.
02/18/2012
Beck Beck
It just means you are a grower not a shower. I am going to agree with everyone else. Surgery is the last thing you need to do. It is completely normal have this.
02/18/2012
dbm6907 dbm6907
I have never heard of this before. Every surgery has a risk for complications, so I think that surgery should be a last resort for you. Especially if everything is functioning fine.
02/18/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by LaLaLouise
I agree with everyone else. I've been with guys whose penises retracted a lot when not erect, and I never had a problem with it. If it doesn't affect the quality of sex itself and is only a cosmetic issue, I feel like the risks are not worth ... More
I was just going to say what Louise just said.

With most penile surgeries, there is a risk of erectile and performance dysfunction.

It really depends on what you want, and how badly you want it. I doubt insurance covers this (they don't cover vaginal cosmetic surgery, but they usually cover more stuff for men than for women, so who knows?) But, I would talk to at least two or three urological surgeons, about the percentage of side effects, the risk of erectile or performance dysfunction and also always find out how many of this surgery each doctor had done. The more he has done, the chances are the better he is at it. Of course, if he tells you there are "No risks" with the surgery, I'd run, not walk from his office.

You want to talk to someone who is knowledgeable and honest and also experienced. Then, make your decision.
02/18/2012
zecookiepuss zecookiepuss
Quote:
Originally posted by Elnoa
My husband's penis gets like this, where it's sometimes "just the head" when flaccid. It works perfectly when erect and it doesn't bother me. I think it's cute and I like to play with it, lol!

I personally would never ... More
Yep! Unnecessary surgery seems silly to me.
02/18/2012
zecookiepuss zecookiepuss
Quote:
Originally posted by P'Gell
I was just going to say what Louise just said.

With most penile surgeries, there is a risk of erectile and performance dysfunction.

It really depends on what you want, and how badly you want it. I doubt insurance covers this (they ... More
EEp!
02/18/2012
zecookiepuss zecookiepuss
Quote:
Originally posted by dbm6907
I have never heard of this before. Every surgery has a risk for complications, so I think that surgery should be a last resort for you. Especially if everything is functioning fine.
Absolutely!
02/18/2012
zecookiepuss zecookiepuss
Don't mess with the junk, man!
02/18/2012
Lano4ka Lano4ka
If it works just fine, whats the point of correcting anything?
02/19/2012
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