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Larry, I think you do a terrific job and I am grateful. This forum is such an amazing community, and you help keep it "tidied up"; not by banning any ideas, but by making sure that unacceptable behavior is just that -- unacceptable. Thanks so much. Bob I totally agree with Bob, Larry. Tha...
bldoink wrote:If you don't have an actual urologist you should get one.
I totally agree with this. Urologists specialize in matters having to do with that part of the body, so they know more about it. Good luck, brother.
- Tue Jan 02, 2018 11:32 pm
- Forum: Implants
- Topic: Feels like it's over need advice.
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Is it necessary to do circumcision. No, you do not need to have your penis circumcised. You can see plenty of guys with implants who are not circumcised in the picture section here. (I think the reason you see so many circumcised penises in FT pictures is because there are so many Americans on this...
Larry10625 wrote:CTR5000 wrote: Dr. Butcher! (Seriously his name! Not kidding!)
When I had my triple bypass surgery on Dec 14, 2015, the surgeons name was Dr. Payne.
My urologist had an assistant whose last name was Sizemore.
- Wed Dec 27, 2017 7:33 pm
- Forum: Implants
- Topic: New advice regarding cycling, pain and stretching
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Pre-op, I used a vacuum device to maintain elasticity and was able to pump up to 6.75". Now, with the implant I can get to 5.75", which is approximately what I was able to achieve with a natural erection (enhanced with pills and a LOT of stimulaiion). I've heard guys say that with a vacuu...
My sexual urges will not result in an erection without the aid of the implant. But the urges are still there and active. I no longer have the natural hydraulics to produce and sustain an erection without the implant, but that has not diminished my urge to get hard and have sex. Same for me. Urges d...
Yes, Donnie, I can totally understand where you are coming from. Our daughter, Amy, died in 1989 (age 13) from a rare form of cancer. You never "get over it"; you just adjust. I hope you and your family had a very Merry Christmas, brother.