Many children and adults who come to us for hypospadias repair have already had multiple failed surgeries to correct the problem. This failed hypospadias repair makes it more challenging for the surgeons of the Sava Perovic Foundation led by Dr Rados Djinovic (Доктор Радош Джинович) but they can almost always overcome the bad. Hypospadias repair surgery in adults- Differences from surgery in children: Longer healing time than children: Tin expert hands, overall success rates of hypospadias treatment and surgery in adults remain good and comparable to hypospadias repair in children, the healing of penis takes longer. Though one can start passing urine normally in 2-3 weeks, it may take upto 2-3 months for the penis .
Adults who have had hypospadias repair done properly can have excellent quality of life. SUCCESSFUL adult hypospadias repair enables you to focus on your career, profession, love life, family and goals. It eliminates the nagging, distracting subconscious stress, fear and worry caused by problematic genitals. Inner peace at last. Hypospadias is a congenital anomaly in which the urethral opening is located below the glans penis or anywhere along the ventral surface (underside) of the penile shaft. This is a rare disorder that usually affects males and is believed to occur during 8-20 weeks’ gestation while the urethra is developing.
What is hypospadias repair? Hypospadias is a condition present at birth in which the opening (meatus) of the urethra lies somewhere along the underside of the penis instead of at the tip. Curvature of the penis (chordee) hypospadias and an abnormality of the scrotum (penoscrotal transposition) may also be present to varying degrees. Adult Hypospadias Repair. When there is chordee, this can be due to a disproportionate development of the penis itself, but is more often due to tethering of the penis by the inelastic tissues in the area of the mal-developed urethra. This can be released at the time of surgery. The benefit is correction of the downward curvature.
Hypospadias repair refers to a group of surgical approaches used to correct or reconstruct parts of the external genitalia and urinary tract related to a displaced meatus, or opening of the urethra. The urethra is the passageway that carries urine from the bladder to the outside of the body. Hypospadias occurs in one out of every 150 to 300 boys. There is a family tendency that if one boy has hypospadias, another son has a 15 percent chance of having the condition. Eight percent of fathers who have a son with hypospadias also had the condition. Some boys with mild forms of hypospadias can have no symptoms from their hypospadias.