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I'm having a panniculectomy (and brachioplasty) very soon, and I'd like to see some before and after pics of other men that show the area just above the penis and under the line where the belly would start to hang over—but every picture I can find here and elsewhere stops 6-8 inches above the penis or includes underwear covering that area.

Not really looking to see penises, but want to have some idea what to expect in the area directly above it—so it doesn't matter to me if the penis is not pictured or blurred.

Can anyone help me out with a link or otherwise? And did I say penis enough?

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This is an example of the kind of before and after pics that I am not looking for:

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I'm female, so no penis, sorry. A panniculectomy won't change that area though. A panniculectomy simply removes the 'apron' of hanging skin.

The pics of what you're not looking for show everything. I'm not sure what your hoping to see. Is there a specific concern or question regarding how that area will look?

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I believe what you're interested in or worried about is the mons pubis or pubic mound. Which tends to be fattier on women. I believe they have ways of fixing that in both men and women if that area is too fatty. A search on Google, with those terms, will find some examples of before and after.

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Dr Joseph Capella's website has many photos of naked patients pre and post TT, both men and women

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