Drunk after dental fracture penile enlargement.
Q: Seven months ago, I had an enlarged operation with a dental fracture. I felt uncomfortable because of the scar on this part. I had injection treatment a week ago, and the discomfort almost disappeared 비아그라추천
I have to drink often because of my job, but the hospital says I should stop drinking for two weeks, so I’m worried about that. Is it okay if I drink a little?
A: Penile enlargement, which incisions the area of the teeth, prevents infection of the dermis that is inserted and is safe because the suture area is less pulled during erection. The incision of the whaling area is simple, but there is a risk of side effects such as dermal infections. If you have a scar or parenchyma in the suture with a cleft palate, it will be resolved quickly after about five months with simple injection treatment. You must avoid drinking for two weeks. Skin inflammation can occur on the skin treated with injections. I recommend you abstain from drinking according to the rules, as there may be situations in which you may need more complex treatment later.