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 on: Today at 04:40:12 PM 
Started by Dared - Last post by Dared
Ya I believe he said I got 3.4 inches girth but my dick was the size of a pencil going into the surgery so still solid gains.

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 on: Today at 04:35:14 PM 
Started by Dared - Last post by Hrvat21
Wow 8.6 from 6.5? I think i'll go to him as well. I had 7.5-8 before fracture, on my longer side, if i can get that back with pre injury girth of about 5.5-6 inch i'll be forever happy. How's the girth with lgx? Also did you have any hourglassing?

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 on: Today at 04:02:03 PM 
Started by Dared - Last post by Dared
Ya I heard 8 to 12 years so I don't know why he would say that. Either way I am 8.6 inches length which is up from 6.5 inches pre implant. I was shocked he was able to gain me back so much length but it was probably all that traction I did. Also, he is a top surgeon too which helps.

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 on: Today at 03:34:53 PM 
Started by Dared - Last post by Sadguy
I think that is not true, you would be very lucky if it lasts your whole life at your age. As far as I know and what the doctors say the average life time of an implant is between 10 and 15 years. Some lucky ones lasts more than 15 years, others unfortunate less than 10 years. An implant does not last a lifetime to almost anyone that is not true. I hope you last a long time but be prepared for replacements, I'm also going to an implant between this year.
Congratulations for your successful operation

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 on: Today at 03:12:14 PM 
Started by Dared - Last post by Dared
According to Kramer it is. He said the fibrosis didn't affect anything he did. He also claims the implant will likely last the rest of my life. I thought someone on here said 8 years but maybe I'm mistaken.

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 on: Today at 03:12:10 PM 
Started by GirlsGirlsGirls - Last post by DanP
Yes it helped me. You need to use it every day. It is. It difficult.

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 on: Today at 02:59:07 PM 
Started by WhatNext81 - Last post by Tsanchez12369
Another thread, I’ll look for it...

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 on: Today at 02:58:21 PM 
Started by Astros2121 - Last post by Tsanchez12369
Just that the plaque is unusually hard, he practically injures his finger trying to inject the medication!  Strange as no calcification...

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 on: Today at 02:55:42 PM 
Started by james1947 - Last post by Tsanchez12369
Sorry to hear bam, mine is worsening while getting injections so now considering IPP as well.

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 on: Today at 02:52:50 PM 
Started by Dared - Last post by Tsanchez12369
Is that a recommended model for peyronies?

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