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Re: Steve's Road to Implant
« Reply #50 on: April 09, 2021, 09:59:24 PM »

Thanks for sharing.
You sound like you are doing well.
Could you post in your stats, who did you surgery?
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I'm fantastic! Haven't had sex like this in, well forever. Got the all clear for sex this past Monday and f'~c<+d 8 times in the first 36 hours. We were counting. Peyronie's and resulting Erectile Dysfunction cost me over an inch in length (was 6.5", 7" on a really good day) and and a lot of girth over the years. Dr Etai Goldenberg, St Lous, MO did my implant and I couldn't be happier.
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Re: Steve's Road to Implant
« Reply #51 on: April 10, 2021, 08:10:06 AM »

Congratulations
Glad you are catching up on all that sex!
Go for it.
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Re: Steve's Road to Implant
« Reply #52 on: April 10, 2021, 08:14:32 AM »

It's kind of like a kid with a new Trans-Am !
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Re: Steve's Road to Implant
« Reply #53 on: April 14, 2021, 03:16:30 PM »

I feel the need to bring this account of my journey to getting an implant to a close. It has been a 20 year battle with Peyronies Disease and Erectile Dysfunction, which are now behind me, and will no longer negatively affect my life, my joy and my self esteem. I have only been using my new penis for 10 days, and I don't even have the words to explain the sheer joy and positive feelings, both physical and emotional that have occurred since I started having amazing, successful sex whenever I want to. It took extreme measures, but I did beat Peyronie's! There is no worry of will I, won't I get hard, stay hard etc. It gets harder than it did even in my prime, and stays that way. So this chapter is closing, and new one has begun. I can't let this moment pass without thanking all of the men here who have offered support, shared their knowledge and helped me through some rough times. Thank you.

I will still be around. I can't just walk away from this amazing group, and hope I can share my experiences and be of assistance and support to others. Again, thank you all. Steve
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Re: Steve's Road to Implant
« Reply #54 on: April 14, 2021, 03:38:59 PM »

Wonderfull!
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Re: Steve's Road to Implant
« Reply #55 on: April 14, 2021, 03:42:24 PM »

SteveW

Great to hear another successful story. It is sad how long we suffer both emotionally and physically from Peyronies Disease. I agree this site was a game changer for me and so many more.
Thanks for taking the time to post. You may have changed many more lives than you know, by posting.
Stay in touch,
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Re: Steve's Road to Implant
« Reply #56 on: April 14, 2021, 09:33:59 PM »

Steve,

We are all equally indebted to you for giving back by sharing your experience.  Please jump in and continue to update your journal as things gradually evolve. 

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Re: Steve's Road to Implant
« Reply #57 on: April 22, 2021, 09:44:34 AM »

Just a quick update in 2 parts: In the 3 weeks since I was cleared for sex, I have been having a lot of sex, no surprise there when you suddenly have a dick that works whenever you want it to. There is something I have realized about the sensitivity of my penis when inflated. If I just inflate to the point of being hard enough for penetrative sex, I can achieve an orgasm in about the same length of time as I used to. Admittedly, Peyronie's made getting to orgasm much more difficult over the years, and it took/takes a lot to get me off. But, if I inflate to the absolute max, (which is a feeling I love) it is nearly impossible, and exhausting, to orgasm. I was just wondering if any others have noticed a decrease in sensitivity as they inflate to levels of harder and harder erections? And does it change over time?

On the whole though, getting the implant changed my life in ways other than just the ability to get a boner when I want one. My general outlook on life has improved, I seem to have more energy and I feel more confident as a man, with more self worth in every area of my life. It was such a gradual change, occurring over years as Peyronies Disease negatively impacted my entire life. I am beginning to like myself again.
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Implanted 2/18/21. AMS cx 18cm + 3 RTE. Gay, 67.
Dr Etai Goldenberg, St Lous, MO
Now having lots and lots of wonderful sex!

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Re: Steve's Road to Implant
« Reply #58 on: April 22, 2021, 09:56:07 AM »

I always pump to the total max so I cannot compare the two.

At max pumping, I think it does take me longer to climax but not in a way that it is a bad thing.  If I can remember the forum in the heat of activity, 8)  I will try lesser inflation and see if there is a difference.
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Re: Steve's Road to Implant
« Reply #59 on: April 22, 2021, 06:25:32 PM »

I always pump to maximum.
After a few minutes of sex, I can usually squeeze 2-3 more pumps.
I sometimes can go 45 minutes of sex before climax. But most times I can climax in about 10 minutes. It all depends on my spouse. Do we want to play longer or go for an intense session of 5-10 minutes.
The longer you use your new bionic penis, the more you can figure out what gives you quick and what gives you slow.
It’s an entirely new learning curve, and it’s exciting.
Congratulations
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Re: Steve's Road to Implant
« Reply #60 on: July 30, 2021, 08:06:12 PM »

Hi SteveW. First of all - Sorry to hear about your troubles. So, How did your remember your password since 2005? You appeared here for awhile, when forum was just created in 2005, Then Came only one time in 2020 and Returned here in 2021 to report about your long journey. It’s a bit surprising, weird and scary to see you in a different timelines with a large gaps between it haha.
p.s: So, My main question for you - So, is your current quality and feelings (sensation/sensitivity) during your “love” is the same now after your surgery as it was prior to pre-peyronie? Many Thanks in advance.

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« Reply #61 on: July 31, 2021, 03:17:04 PM »

Wilson,
I didn't remember it. Hawk noticed I had/was setting up a new account, recognized me from all those years ago, and got me back in. As to my disappearance, my partner died unexpectedly in 2006; I was feeling defeated by the Peyronies Disease and couldn't find help; due to the 2008 economic downturn our business failed and I just simply got horribly depressed and crawled under a rock. And stayed for a couple years. Met my husband in 2009 and we have been together since. Incredibly happy with an out of this world sex life! How does it feel with the implant? Life changing to have a penis that gets hard when you want it, and stays hard for as long as your want it to...incredible. I am having sensitivity issues, and glans engorgement troubles, which are not uncommon following implant surgery, but should resolve over time, and I think it has improved a bit with some help from my uro. All in all, I'm living my best life!
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Implanted 2/18/21. AMS cx 18cm + 3 RTE. Gay, 67.
Dr Etai Goldenberg, St Lous, MO
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« Reply #62 on: July 31, 2021, 03:48:09 PM »

SteveW , did the implant cause new issues with glans engorgment so far or did you have glans enrgemtn issues prior too ? Also, my glans gets pretty big and make up for a non trivial portion of my penis length. Not having glans engorg will not only make me less sensitive but also shorter. Do  you feel your penis is shorter due to lack of glans engorgment ?
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« Reply #63 on: July 31, 2021, 05:05:59 PM »

GaussRifle,
I was having trouble with glans engorgement prior to surgery that developed as the Peyronies Disease and resulting Erectile Dysfunction progressed. After surgery, it is worse, so yes my erect length is shorter by maybe a third of an inch, maybe a little more. When I was using Trimix, my glans did swell nicely. I lost so much size over the years I consider myself very fortunate to have what size I have left and that it functions, I am trying not to stress to much and just believe what other implanted men, and my urologist say, that it will slowly improve over time as sensitivity returns. We will see.
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Dr Etai Goldenberg, St Lous, MO
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« Reply #64 on: July 31, 2021, 06:52:25 PM »

SteveW, Now, I got you. Again, Sorry to hear about your troubles. Hope, that you are really happy now with your life changer. Many Thanks for your input. All the Best. Sincerely.
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Re: Steve's Road to Implant
« Reply #65 on: July 31, 2021, 10:59:25 PM »

Just for the record, I have never heard of an individual that had glans engorgement before an implant that did not have glans engorgement after an implant. 

A properly performed scrotal approach surgery should not affect glans engorgement (either way) or sensitivity of the penis at all.

Now, if you get an implant at fifty and have glans engorgement, there is nothing that says you will not develop total natural Erectile Dysfunction over the next several years leaving you without a naturally erect glans.  If that happens, it has nothing to do with the implant.  It also has little if any effect on sensation and no effect on insertion.
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