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 on: Today at 09:23:41 PM 
Started by P47D - Last post by P47D
THANX!  I'll give it a whirl!

-P47D

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 on: Today at 09:06:02 PM 
Started by trixmegistis - Last post by Hawk
First of all, penises come in all shapes and sizes.  If your full erection is "pretty much normal" then stop stressing.  If you are concerned about this progressing then take the recommended accurate objective measurement of length and girth.  Check it once a month to make sure you are not losing size.  I suspect you are fine the curve is likely just your natural shape.  The cavernosa are one open body so it is unlikely that blood is not filling part of the cavernosa.  Plaque prevents stretching (like tape on a balloon).  When inflated that area does not stretch and creates a deformity.  That, however, does not come and go.

Relax and do not obsess over this.

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 on: Today at 08:54:30 PM 
Started by Twistedoutofshape - Last post by Hawk
I would agree with Roddy's advice.  There is no rush at this point.  I agree that Dr. Eid in Manhattan or Dr. Kramer in Baltimore would have almost certainly never done a plication with a Titan implant.  We have guys here that had 90 degree bends fixed with just an implant.  Dr. Eid has corrected almost 180-degree bend with nothing but an implant, some relaxing incisions, and hand modeling.

You cannot know your ultimate size until you cycle 1 hour daily for at least 3 months.  That can be divided into 2 - 30 minute sessions.  Even then you will not be to the maximum size but it will be close enough that you will know about what the end result will be.

This is why we encourage all men to read our member implant journals, ask questions, and assess the surgeon with our recommended assessment questions before choosing.

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 on: Today at 08:51:32 PM 
Started by scuzzii - Last post by scuzzii
yep, sure thing.

Bend was to the left and was about 35%-40% just prior to surgery.  Slightly upward.  It was getting difficult to have sex and it did cause Erectile Dysfunction prior to surgery. Would take some time to be able to penetrate. Thus would sometimes go soft and the moment was gone.

I took photos as it continued to get worse and would show the progression of the disease to the specialist here in Sydney.

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 on: Today at 08:46:03 PM 
Started by 2Oldfords - Last post by Hawk
Any Medicare will pay.  You do not need MedicarePlus.  I have basic Medicare as my primary and BCBS as a secondary.  The secondary will not pick up any expenses if the primary does not pay.  That is how secondary insurance always works.

Medicare paid the vast majority and BCBS paid every other penny.  I paid nothing.

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 on: Today at 08:44:22 PM 
Started by scuzzii - Last post by dancingaileron
Hey scuzzii,

Sorry to hear about Erectile Dysfunction after the procedure. It sounds like they diagnosed you with Peyronie's Disease, they waited until it stabilized and then did a Nesbitt.

Loss of length is expected for this type of problem since the surgeon (with Nesbitt) is essentially equalizing the longer part with the damaged shorter part, in an attempt to return to a straight angle. 

Can you give more details on how you were curving/bending? (downward/sidewards/etc.)


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 on: Today at 08:41:05 PM 
Started by P47D - Last post by Hawk
What Stabler said.  ;)

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 on: Today at 08:32:40 PM 
Started by Hydro - Last post by scuzzii
great post.  I didn't think about the 'crumpled package'.  I will take V before bed from now on.

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 on: Today at 08:27:04 PM 
Started by scuzzii - Last post by scuzzii
Hi mate

I found a lump back in May 2018 and went to see a specialist about it, thinking it was the big C.  I then noticed a curve developing not long after that. So over the course of about 3 months the curves really developed which ultimately led to the discussion to have the Nesbitt procedure.  Between finding the lump, and having surgery it was about 11 months.  Specialist advised that the condition needed to get as bad as it was going to, as in - we waited for it to not get any worse, before surgery.  That combined with needing to make adjustments at work to have the required time off, meant it was 11 months.

There were 3 options, the Surgeon didn't think injections were as effective as the claims people were making.  So he advised on the surgery. Price wise, I think it would have been the same $$ regardless.  The 3rd option, which I hope isn't required, will be a pump inserted.

So I'm here to find out how others recovered after surgery and how long it took to be fully active without scar tissue and full sensitivity.


Background for me:

Age: 49
Cause:  unclear how I ended up with the condition.  I cant recall any rough sex


Currently, I've certainly noticed more Erectile Dysfunction than pre Operation.  Lost about 2cm, which I can notice.

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 on: Today at 08:19:53 PM 
Started by P47D - Last post by Stabler
Hello,

No your profile doesnt have to be unlocked but you are not choosing the right option to attach pictures. Below the text box there is a link it says "attachments and other options" click on that and you will see a section saying"choose file" that is where you will upload your pictures.

Please be sure to add pictures to the appropriate sections of the forum.

Stabler

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