Gay Frank Talk members?

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Hartbreaker
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Re: Gay Frank Talk members?

Postby Hartbreaker » Thu Jan 23, 2014 3:47 pm

Gay from Tampa, 47 yrs old, diagnosed with prostate cancer in May 2012, Da Vinci robotic surgery July 2012. Used pump with no success, using Trimix since May 2013 with pretty good results. Miss the spontaneity of sex...now it is a planned event.
47 yo professional gay male in 19 yr relationship, Da Vinci robotic prostatectomy in June 2012. PSA now less than .10, started trimix injections in May 2013 with good results. Having occasional erections during night when sleeping. Work out 3-4x week.

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williaminoak
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Re: Gay Frank Talk members?

Postby williaminoak » Sat Feb 01, 2014 3:19 pm

Hi all - 59 year old gay guy in Oakland, CA. Have been using injections a few years now, but they are becoming less effective; trying to keep going now with Trimix but the results are becoming unreliable. Probably headed to an implant.
59 year old gay male, partnered 32 years. Great health, but increasing ED for the last ten years. Injections no longer working, prob headed for an implant.

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williaminoak
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Re: Gay Frank Talk members?

Postby williaminoak » Sat Feb 22, 2014 5:13 pm

A question for my gay compatriots:

I've been getting closer to an implant lately. Been doing Trimix, but the results are undependable - often end up with a woody that is not hard enough top with. That's been very frustrating and sometimes embarrassing. So I've talked to my own urologist recently, as well as with Dr. Karpman in Mountain View, CA. about an implant.

As a versatile gay guy, maybe my main concern at this point is this: If I'm bottoming, and I'm on my back: is it going to be really obvious - visually - that I have 3 balls - or two and a "foreign body"? Is it going to look bizarre? I realize that how obvious the pump is is going to depend a lot on one's individual anatomy; how big the balls are, how they hang, how low the pump hangs and how it's placed. But I'd really like to hear observations on this from other gay guys.

Thanks!
59 year old gay male, partnered 32 years. Great health, but increasing ED for the last ten years. Injections no longer working, prob headed for an implant.

togger1963
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Re: Gay Frank Talk members?

Postby togger1963 » Wed Feb 26, 2014 6:51 am

hello anuf83, I just joined. I am in Toronto.

togger1963
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Re: Gay Frank Talk members?

Postby togger1963 » Wed Feb 26, 2014 7:01 am

Hi Guys, Paul here from Toronto. I just joined. I have been on 5 mg/daily cialis, viagra, pumps and trimix over the past 10 years. I am trying trimix again. See a surgeon on March 4. The wait for surgery in Canada is 3 years. Really want to hear what function is like post surgery.

johnjjt
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Re: Gay Frank Talk members?

Postby johnjjt » Tue Mar 04, 2014 2:15 pm

Hello I am in western NY 14063
area if any 1 is around i would like to talk and Know more I am scheduled for implant surgery 4/16 2014 I would like to hear from you about what to expect and sensation so on I am looking forward to this and looking to enjoy the out come John Get in touch
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Raven99
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Re: post surgery

Postby Raven99 » Tue Mar 04, 2014 11:27 pm

Can someone describe what post surgery is like? e.g., do you need a catheter? how long does it take to recover? how much pain and discomfort is involved during recovery? Risk of infection? etc. Thanks!

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stanri1
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Gay Frank Talk members

Postby stanri1 » Sat Mar 22, 2014 10:08 pm

I have been on Frank Talk, mainly in the injections forum. Had prostate surgery 19 years ago, resulting in ED. Took me 18 years with no sex :( before I finally got involved with injections. Pills never worked. After trying a few mixtures and dosage finally got excellent results. At least a 2 hour hard on, longer if I use a cock ring. My advice to everyone.....don't be a damn fool and go 18 years with no sex. Now days there is help available for most everyone.

I'm 79 bi, and trying to make up for lost years. Never will. But have a hell of a lot of fun trying. At my age can't see going to a implant. If it reaches a day where the injections fail to work, I'll simply "hang up my spurs" and retire.

Love to talk, maybe show on Skype
79 years old. East Providence Rhode Island. Prostate cancer 20 years ago. ED for the next 19 years. Presently using injections with 90-95% success. Mostly straight, but not always. SKYPE: stanri1 Best time after 8pm Eastern

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williaminoak
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Re: Gay Frank Talk members?

Postby williaminoak » Sat Aug 23, 2014 2:48 pm

Hi All ~

Gay man, 60 years old, in Oakland, near San Francisco.
Have used injections for several years now; they used to work great, now are more problematic. I've got a lot of experience with those, and I'm happy to share my experiences. I had been considering an implant, but the last few months I've been giving the injections another go, with not-so-great results. Now strongly leaning toward an implant again.
59 year old gay male, partnered 32 years. Great health, but increasing ED for the last ten years. Injections no longer working, prob headed for an implant.

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Alan6565
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Re: Gay Frank Talk members?

Postby Alan6565 » Sat Aug 23, 2014 4:49 pm

Gay 56 year old in Montreal here.

ED complications started 5 years ago, related to an older spinal injury coupled with type 2 diabetes. Pills did nothing. Got up to trimix injections which only worked for a couple of months. My urologist recommended an implant last year, and I finally got through the waiting list. The entire procedure was covered by public health insurance. (Don't believe all the lies about Canadian healthcare...).

It's been a rough 2 weeks since surgery, but the outcome will be good. Thankfully, I have a wonderful partner who stuck with me through all of this. Not many men would. And he's now an excellent nurse.

This implant will, hopefully, save my own sanity and relationship.
56 | Type 2 diabetes | Nerve damage from herniated discs | Coloplast Titan OTR installed on August 13, 2014 | Montreal, Canada


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