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Quote from: Jack1909 on November 16, 2019, 04:57:06 PM I can't believe you have been offered a surgery for a 30 degrees curvature..are you really thinking to go for it? Straightening surgeries make more problems than they solve. The only reason they still survive is the fact people are not prone to step out and say out loud what this surgery does. Intimacy and shame have been the best friend of Nesbit, plication and all the names they have been given..with the same result. This_day you have been extremely lucky to get out of your third surgery ok and without Erectile Dysfunction. For many it takes just 1, but it's all written in literature. patients experiencing Erectile Dysfunction after a straightening surgery are 1/3.
Quote from: kusher on November 17, 2019, 05:00:50 AMI finally have a straight penis after 3 surgeries for congenital curvature. However my journey to attain the straightness was not smooth at all. just to get a functional straight penis, I got chronic complications from all these surgeries including but limited to loss of length and girth, loss of skin and sensation, <--------- all these complications are soft to swallow. with that being said, the worst complication I got so far is from the unknown the so called stage surgery. this operation caused significant distal flaccidity and permanent suture. all in all, I have a straight penis with 70-90% functionality and hence the instability and medicore sex
Quote from: Alex83 on June 05, 2021, 09:21:09 PMYour testimony will be really precious to us! I hope that everything will go well, but I think that everything will go wellI plan to see Gelman but at the end of the year, have you scheduled your surgery?
Quote from: dancingaileron on June 10, 2021, 07:54:53 PMAlex - surgery is scheduled for the beginning of July. I'll post a ton about how everything goes and how I heal, how the results go. Just nervous now.
QuoteDESCRIPTION OF PROCEDURE: The patient was taken to the operating suite where he underwent general anesthesia and then he was prepped and draped in the supine position with appropriate padding and pulsatile stockings. Once he was prepped and draped, I created an artificial erection by infusing saline through a 19-gauge butterfly needle that entered the tip of the corpora via the glans with simultaneous compression at the level of perineum. As the erection was developing, there was downward curvature at the mid shaft, but once the penis was fully erect, then it became more apparent that the main curvature was leftward but with moderate downward orientation mostly along the midshaft of the penis which is consistent with the findings of the pictures that the patient presented with. He underwent a circumcising incision and this was carried down to Buck's fascia with a 15 blade scalpel, and the penis was degloved to the base along an avascular plane. It became apparent that with curvature to the left, the right neurovascular bundle would be elevated and this was just lateral to the corpus spongiosum where we created an exposure of the tunica albuginea after which we were able to reflect the neurovascular bundles along the right side towards the dorsal aspect of the penis under optical magnification without the use of a tourniquet. At no point did we enter any vessel or other adverse structure. We obtained nice exposure of the tunica albuginea, and placed a temporary plicating suture along the mid shaft along the lateral aspect of the corpora with a slight dorsal orientation that would likely correct the downward curvature. We repeated the artificial erection, and this provided good but not totally complete straightening. We placed a second plicating suture more proximally and this corrected the curvature. We then converted one of the temporary plicating sutures to a permanent wedge excision with 2-layer closure. The wedge was less than 1 cm in width and the closure was with several interrupted 4-0 PDS sutures, followed by running locked PDS suture. We repeated the artificial erection and confirmed the correction. Therefore, we repeated a permanent plication of the other area with wedge excision and then subsequently confirmed that the penis was straightened. We then placed the neurovascular bundles along the normal anatomic position where the tissue adjacent to the corpus spongiosum was re-sutured in place with interrupted 5-0 Vicryl suture. The wound was irrigated and hemostasis was excellent. A TLS drain was placed superficial to the neurovascular bundles and this exited the suprapubic area and was secured with a 3-0 chromic suture. wound was closed with interrupted 5-0 Vicryl suture. A Bioclusive dressing was placed, and this was carried distal to the coronal margin, and a 2-inch Kling dressing was placed for temporary gentle compression. The patient was catheterized, emptied the bladder, and the catheter was then removed. The patient tolerated the procedure well and was taken to recovery room in stable condition.
Quote from: GaussRifle on July 12, 2021, 09:47:51 AMWhat is you T levels, last time I checked mine were 370 to 450.
QuoteDr Levine says "External penile traction therapy is initiated 3–4 weeks postoperatively averaging greater than or equal to 3 hours daily for 3 months. The use of external penile traction devices has been encouraged to reduce postoperative penile shortening and to guide straight healing of the penis "