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Silverfox181
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Postby Silverfox181 » Fri Oct 14, 2016 5:50 pm

I am a new member. I had a Titan implant 22cc 10 weeks ago. When I pump to full erection I have burning pain. Also, having a tough time bringing it down. Do I have to really squeeze hard on the valves.
Also, it really isn't as soft as before semi erect.

Any advice is appreciated.

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dg_moore
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Re: New Registering Members - Please Read

Postby dg_moore » Fri Oct 14, 2016 5:56 pm

Silverfox181 wrote:I am a new member. I had a Titan implant 22cc 10 weeks ago. When I pump to full erection I have burning pain. Also, having a tough time bringing it down. Do I have to really squeeze hard on the valves.
Also, it really isn't as soft as before semi erect.

Any advice is appreciated.

Thanks

Welcome to FrankTalk! Your experience with the Titan is not unusual. Pain when pumping to 100% only 8 weeks after surgery is not surprising. Also, deflating the implant can be difficult. I've had mine since 2008, and while the pump quickly became easier to operate, deflation remains as difficult as it ever was. You can't achieve total deflation with the Titan - some fluid always remains in the cylinders, or migrates there, no matter how thoroughly you are able to deflate. You get used to it.
Dave, 74, Maryland - Implant (Titan) 2008 by Dr. Andrew Kramer - never used due to a stroke that, among other things, ended my sex life.
Life is not the way it's supposed to be, it's the way it is.

Silverfox181
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Re: New Registering Members - Please Read

Postby Silverfox181 » Fri Oct 21, 2016 4:18 pm

Ok thanks

Artiewood1
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Re: New Registering Members - Please Read

Postby Artiewood1 » Thu Dec 15, 2016 1:48 pm

I'm new and have quite a story to tell on a botched implant Yugo from Vanderbilt and a revision from Baltimore that's a Ferrari... Where is the best place to tell my story?
Prostatectomy January 2009. Partial ED - Pills wouldn't fix it. Injections caused Peyronie's. Implant AMS LGX March 2016 Vanderbilt => failure. Implant AMS CX November 2016 Dr. Andrew Kramer, Baltimore, MD; "uuuge" success!

dg_moore
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Re: New Registering Members - Please Read

Postby dg_moore » Thu Dec 15, 2016 2:25 pm

Artiewood1 wrote:I'm new and have quite a story to tell on a botched implant Yugo from Vanderbilt and a revision from Baltimore that's a Ferrari... Where is the best place to tell my story?

The Implants forum is the place for your story.
Dave, 74, Maryland - Implant (Titan) 2008 by Dr. Andrew Kramer - never used due to a stroke that, among other things, ended my sex life.
Life is not the way it's supposed to be, it's the way it is.

Donnie2016
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Re: New Registering Members - Please Read

Postby Donnie2016 » Fri Dec 16, 2016 7:28 pm

Artiewood1,
Yes the implants forum. ;) We bionic brothers welcome you and would love to hear your story. Start your own post! Welcome to Frank Talk. 8-)
Donnie
Implant AMS 700 CX, MS (18cm x 12mm with 5.5cm RTEs) on 10\4\16. 64 Dr. Edward Kata of Orlando. Awesome surgeon. Check out, 'DD Bryan. My implant journey, Wit and Wisdom, Stretching routine, Implant Pics, Natural Hang. Live in Ga.
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rdnkbiker
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Re: New Registering Members - Please Read

Postby rdnkbiker » Wed Jan 04, 2017 5:57 am

Chat forum it wont let me log in it says unknown user I been on there a lot and now I cant log in could any one help I miss my chat buddies
I'm 55 have had HBP since my 20s Full ED implant January 18th 2017 cause of my ED sever scare tissue through corpora cavernosa clear to the glands (no blood flow) implanted with a AMX 700 LGX 18cm x 12mm x2cm rte

rdnkbiker
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Re: New Registering Members - Please Read

Postby rdnkbiker » Wed Jan 04, 2017 6:04 am

OOPs it says UNKNOWN ERROR

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jim
I'm 55 have had HBP since my 20s Full ED implant January 18th 2017 cause of my ED sever scare tissue through corpora cavernosa clear to the glands (no blood flow) implanted with a AMX 700 LGX 18cm x 12mm x2cm rte

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Re: New Registering Members - Please Read

Postby Donnie2016 » Thu Jan 05, 2017 6:21 pm

Jim,
When, where, who this month? :) Getting excited to welcome a new 'bionic brother'. 8-) Start your own journal. Keep us informed. ;)
Donnie
Implant AMS 700 CX, MS (18cm x 12mm with 5.5cm RTEs) on 10\4\16. 64 Dr. Edward Kata of Orlando. Awesome surgeon. Check out, 'DD Bryan. My implant journey, Wit and Wisdom, Stretching routine, Implant Pics, Natural Hang. Live in Ga.
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cumberland7
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new member aboard

Postby cumberland7 » Wed Jan 18, 2017 12:32 am

Greetings and thank you all for sharing knowledge and experience. I am 68 and had good
results with Cialis until 4 years ago. Still have nocturnal errections but not useful.
Go to urologist tomorrow to try Trimix. My wife wishes me luck.


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