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primi9

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Nesbit surgery, incision corpoplasty
« on: October 06, 2020, 01:42:37 PM »

Hello! I had Nesbit surgery for my congenital curvature 75 down and 60 left. The penis was shortened 4 cm and completely straightened after surgery. I wonder if it's normal if soms residual curvature comes back? I am now 5 months from surgery. I heard that tissue stretches a bit overtime. I also wonder if some suture break, but there would be bleeding right. It's just I felt some knot on the left side, now i feel it more soft. Is it because its's absorbable suture. I'm little confused. Has anyone have firsthand experience, if some residual curvature is normal? Or has everybody have exact the same penis right after surgery?
Thank you so much!!
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Re: Nesbit surgery, incision corpoplasty
« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2020, 03:40:57 PM »

Return of some curvature has happened to guys here.  I’d check w your doc.  Softening of the suture scar could be a good thing.
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Re: Nesbit surgery, incision corpoplasty
« Reply #2 on: November 01, 2020, 06:51:00 PM »

prim, unfortunately, no experience to answer your question with. However, I wish to thank you for providing details about your surgery.  Hoping the results look and feel good, as well as satisfy you.  (i'm a surgery candidate, hence my interest and appreciation).
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