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 on: Today at 09:29:42 PM 
Started by Alexander88 - Last post by QuackAttack
Alex,

Are you making sure you have enough suction. You may have to suck a second time to ensure you completely swallow the glands. Sorry for the sex reference, I couldn't help myself! :D

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 on: Today at 09:27:09 PM 
Started by QuackAttack - Last post by QuackAttack
James,

I had my third injection a week ago Friday. I go in for my 4th next Friday. I think I am going to have my URO investigate if there is plaque more into the circumcision line. I have never really felt a palpable lump. However, I do feel a bit of an indentation even in the flaccid state just inside of the circumcision line and I have been getting all of my injections Xiaflex and Verapamil just outside of the circumcision line. I just have a feeling that the indentation is actually where the injection needs to be.

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 on: Today at 07:10:34 PM 
Started by z727629029 - Last post by z727629029
zoli1995,
Appreciate your reply. I just did a research on this forum regarding to Dr. Gelman. To be honest, there are so less posts about Dr. Gelman than what about Dr. Kuehhas. As what I found, there is only one case regarding to Dr. Gelman in the forum, which is a success, but we all know the importance of sample when we do statistic. 

Also, you are right that health is my priority one. Even this surgery did fail, there is no any significant side effects(I actually feel no side effects like visible stitch, loss of sensitivity or significant loss of length, but there could be after my skin. I highlight "significant" for being safe"); besides, 45 to 30 is a big progress, at least now I could engage in sex, well, uncomfortably. Still, I wanna a perfectly straight penis like most men on this plant do, but 15degree is bearable.

I will keep update my experience, possibly (or not) another surgery, and if I do surgery, whom surgeon I seek for help later this year

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 on: Today at 06:36:03 PM 
Started by curved45 - Last post by curved45
/hm/ - Curved dick - Handsome Men - 4chan

Well here is a link where you can see a picture (It is, the first one, I opened the thread) so you can give me your opinion on theone curvature

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 on: Today at 06:33:33 PM 
Started by z727629029 - Last post by zoli1995
mst,

I'd like to step in a bit.

I believe there are more succesful stories about him than unsuccesful ones. Other than that, many of those had a different problem. Recurring curve, yes, but with permanent stiches. I think those situations are much more complicated.

The recurrent curve is not because the technique of the doctor... As long as the stiches still existed, the penis was perfectly straight. After they faded away, a degree of curve returned. To some of us it is very small, in his case, unfortunately, is significant.

STAGE technique is not used only by him. It is also used by the International Andrology London as well (https://london-andrology.co.uk/).

I appreciate your different point of view, I am not to judge. Yes, Kuhhas was, let's say, a bit too kind and respectful. But that can also help pacients. I never had a surgery before and it was a sensible decision. That helped with my case.

More importantly, I don't believe his case is a failed surgery. Healthwise z72's penis is fine. He has no permanent damage, like others had with permanent stiches. It is not right to put them in the same basket! The recurrency is unfortunate and it is up to him to decide if he wants to correct it. Although from 45 to 30 is a big step already.

Of course, everyone makes their own decisions and it's good to weigh all the options. I'm not going against anyone, nor do I particularly support Kuhhas as a person. All I can give is my feedback on him and overall I got what I wanted and I am a happier person now and I consider my problem solved. And many others feel this way.


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 on: Today at 06:08:37 PM 
Started by curved45 - Last post by Tsanchez12369
It’s great if you’re hitting the bottoms prostate!

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 on: Today at 05:59:24 PM 
Started by z727629029 - Last post by mst1622
many people on the forum have passed through kuehhas hands and they have had success stories. i am looking forward to my personal one, which i want to share soon.

Yes, but too many have unsuccesful stories with Kuehhas. From my memory:
-yyy
-kusher
-Jack1909
-Frank55
-redbullmaster
-daved2 (two unsuccesful surgeries with Kuehhas)
-gollam (it wasn't the operation on a curved penis, but anyway....very sad story)
-and z727629029 of course

There are patients without 100% success and small reccurent curvature like Sargus. Of course Kuehhas did very good job with the others but I doubt it that he has 99,1% success rate with his Stage technique.

By the way - please explain me why the Stage is not used in the United States? Why the other surgeons don't use it if it is so succesful and the success rate of this technique is that high? Laurence A. Levine, Andrew Kramer, Joel Gelman, Tom Lue... they don't use the Stage. Why?



he was professional and explained everything clearly to me. i understand the risks of the surgery but i trust him.

He couldn't answer me when I was asking him about a success rate in redo cases. Really, I have asked him about it three and four times and he always said "don't worry, we will be succesful...". I can show you an email if you want to.


Good luck with your journey. I wish you the best!

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 on: Today at 05:51:35 PM 
Started by curved45 - Last post by curved45
Thanks for registering  :)
You could have a normal sex life, normal for you, yes a upward curve will help hitting the prostate, but you would need to be careful with it, I 'm bisexual so know a bit lol  :)
Ultimately you need to get experience and take it from there.
Careful because it may hurt? Will there be many positions i wont be able to make??
Thanks for answering so soon :)

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 on: Today at 05:23:34 PM 
Started by QuackAttack - Last post by pfract
Same question as James. Also, quack... Thank you for what you have done to this board! Sharing so much of your experiences on xiaflex and verapamil!

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 on: Today at 04:28:37 PM 
Started by curved45 - Last post by Paolo
Thanks for registering  :)
You could have a normal sex life, normal for you, yes a upward curve will help hitting the prostate, but you would need to be careful with it, I 'm bisexual so know a bit lol  :)
Ultimately you need to get experience and take it from there.

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