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redbaron73
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Postby redbaron73 » Sat Jan 28, 2017 9:34 pm

Hello I am going to be 62 February 7 I have had ED since I was 42 I have used all of the pills ,pumps and the latest trimix injections which all worked for awhile. Trimix injections are very costly and lately they don't last long. Open for any advice!

Donnie2016
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Postby Donnie2016 » Sun Jan 29, 2017 5:28 am

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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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David_R
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Postby David_R » Sun Jan 29, 2017 4:39 pm

I wholeheartedly agree with Donnie! :D
Baltimore area. Age 68. Prostatectomy 2000, CX in 2002. After 12 yrs. got LGX 2014. My urologist is Dr. Marc Siegelbaum of Univ. of Md. St. Joseph Med. Ctr. in Baltimore suburb of Towson. (After regular inflating I regained my original length and girth.)

superbird69
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Postby superbird69 » Sun Mar 12, 2017 12:10 pm

Sorry just saw this. I'm a 62yr old diabetic w/ED for 10 yrs have lost a lot of weight. Still have ED. Doing research know and reading everything I can
Thanks for the join
diabitic for 15yrs and ED for ten and implanted 8/24/17 AMS700 LGX
Doctor Zimmerman,Rogers Arkansas

hoosierphilly
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Postby hoosierphilly » Thu Mar 30, 2017 11:33 am

sorry, I was wrong. the company is a group of 50-60 anti aging clinics. They have one in Broooklyn. 6-12 visits and est $3000.

Get to marketing director if you want to solicit their support.

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Edward58
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Location: Central Coast Ca.

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Postby Edward58 » Sun Apr 02, 2017 6:08 pm

I am a 58 year old male with ED as result of Prostatectomy approx. 15 years ago.
After recovering from surgery, sex was just ok, used Viagra and Cialis with some success. Eventually nothing worked. I have not had "normal" sex with my Wife for years. I use "toys" (Vib, Gels, strap on..etc) to satisfy Wife, she seems happy, I've become an oral Expert!. The result of my ED is severe depression and strained relationship.

I am seriously considering an implant (Titus, 3 pc, inflatable from Coloplast). Surgery was scheduled. I was very apprehensive and my Wife was "nervous" and concerned about my pain. I do have a high pain tolerance. The invasiveness had me a bit concerned about complication, infection.. Etc.

I called my Doc and voiced my concerns. He cancelled surgery and advised that we try other options first, Vacuum, Injections.. etc. I am willing to try other options, except injections.

I am open to any advice, suggestions or opinions.

Thanks very much.

Reggieman
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Postby Reggieman » Sun Apr 02, 2017 7:41 pm

Edward 58- injections are easy and little or no pain. Any pain felt is insignificant. There are few nerves in the area you shot so if pain is an issue reconsider.
Retired. R.P. June 2016 at UCSF. Bilateral nerve sparing robotic surgery. Use .15cc of Bimix twice weekly. Still have some incontinence and not improving. Other side effects: anorgasmia & decreased penis sensitivity.

joe456
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Location: Canada

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Postby joe456 » Sun Apr 02, 2017 8:06 pm

Im not a fan of injections . Try it doesn,t work well. vacunm pump you wife will hate it go get your implant be more spontanise. Good to luck to you and your wife and the best of world to you and yours
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Brian1
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Location: SE Massachusetts

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Postby Brian1 » Wed Apr 19, 2017 6:07 pm

Paul, thanks for approving my admission into thir group. I've got lots to learn before I see my uro in May. I'm pretty much decided to get Coloplast Titan. A bit nervous but determined. This ED has gone on for approx 20 years. Time to get my sexual life, confidence and self respect back. I want to feel like a man again. Thanks again :)
Born 1958. AMS CX - 18cm + 2cm RTEs. Implanted 5/22/17 by Dr John Carroll Of SE Mass. ED for 20 years Venous leak. Tried all PDE5 drugs with little success.

Dee538
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Postby Dee538 » Thu May 11, 2017 10:47 am

Hello,
I'm a new registered member as of today. Thank you for accepting me into this group. I am 45 years old. I've been looking at this site for advice. I ended up getting the Coloplast Titan XL penile implant. The date of Surgery was April 28, 2017. I'm in recovery stage now. I'm a little worried now 13 days in and I don't know what to expect. I think I'm a little paranoid that something is wrong with my implant. I came to this site to ask questions and get advice for some of the things I'm going through now. Hopefully some of you can help me through this process. Thanks for any replies and advice.


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