My Journal

The final frontier. Deciding when, if and how.

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sliphill
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Location: Charlotte, NC

Re: My Journal

Postby sliphill » Fri Aug 18, 2017 12:49 am

Thanks for the update. Your dick looks great.

It's funny, the first time I had sex I hurried because I didn't want to lose the erection, but then realized that that won't happen, I have an implant. But it's happened a few more times since. So yeah, I still have some of the old program burned into my non volatile memory. Going to take some time to erase the memory!
Ed (sliphill) 62

Implanted by Dr. Michael O'Neill in Charlotte, NC on 6/9/2017 with AMS 700LGX. 18 cm cylinders 3 cm RTE's.

PFracture
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Re: My Journal

Postby PFracture » Fri Aug 18, 2017 3:14 am

So nice to come back to this board and read another update on your thread! i read it very attentively from start to finish, and especially loved the part where you "do the math". If other people would just read it and give it a thought.... :? You can rest assured that it helped me a great deal, and it was pleasure to be able to follow your quest from the sclerotherapy days up until now and see that your outcome was so successful!

As for being here, after your implant is done, well.... we need people like you here, for a lot of reasons, but the admin does not care, and like he stated before, this whole charade of the same questions, "over and over" is the way he wants things to work; (there is a thread on this board about it) he just doesn't understand how much better this community would be with -a proper moderation team -stickying certain threads that everybody should see, -creating rules against reposts, like the ones we constantly see because people do not read the forum before posting, -creating a proper section for technical discussion, on where the focus would not be on "supporting other brothers even when it's clear they are saying bullshit, or that there is something wrong", but instead on the questions that really matter like "tech specs on implants" "doctor infection stats" "regain size after botched implant installation" "vacuum erection device pre-post implant" "usage of traction device with/without implant" and more.

I know it will not happen, as sad as it may be.... A man can dream tho! Thank you once again for everything you have done for this community, for all the knowledge you shared, and for the brutally honest way, with which you described your experience! Best of luck Merrix! :( :cry:
Suffering from moderate E.D. following a penile fracture.
Merrix: Thank you for everything you have done to this community. You are missed!

David_R
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Joined: Mon Nov 02, 2015 1:03 pm
Location: Northeast Maryland

Re: My Journal

Postby David_R » Fri Aug 18, 2017 8:21 am

sliphill wrote:Thanks for the update. Your dick looks great.

I agree!
Baltimore area. Age 68. Prostatectomy in 2000, CX inserted in 2002. Wore out after 12 yrs., got LGX in 2014. I am glad I had them both. My great urologist is Dr. Marc Siegelbaum. (After regular inflating I regained my original length and girth.)

Bigred
Posts: 128
Joined: Sun Mar 12, 2017 7:47 am
Location: SC

Re: My Journal

Postby Bigred » Fri Aug 18, 2017 8:43 am

PFracture wrote:So nice to come back to this board and read another update on your thread! i read it very attentively from start to finish, and especially loved the part where you "do the math". If other people would just read it and give it a thought.... :? You can rest assured that it helped me a great deal, and it was pleasure to be able to follow your quest from the sclerotherapy days up until now and see that your outcome was so successful!

As for being here, after your implant is done, well.... we need people like you here, for a lot of reasons, but the admin does not care, and like he stated before, this whole charade of the same questions, "over and over" is the way he wants things to work; (there is a thread on this board about it) he just doesn't understand how much better this community would be with -a proper moderation team -stickying certain threads that everybody should see, -creating rules against reposts, like the ones we constantly see because people do not read the forum before posting, -creating a proper section for technical discussion, on where the focus would not be on "supporting other brothers even when it's clear they are saying bullshit, or that there is something wrong", but instead on the questions that really matter like "tech specs on implants" "doctor infection stats" "regain size after botched implant installation" "vacuum erection device pre-post implant" "usage of traction device with/without implant" and more.

I know it will not happen, as sad as it may be.... A man can dream tho! Thank you once again for everything you have done for this community, for all the knowledge you shared, and for the brutally honest way, with which you described your experience! Best of luck Merrix! :( :cry:


Definitely don't need a bunch of rules and a team of mods. Leave it like it is. Everybody is free to say what they want, when they want. Right or wrong, everybody has their say and opinion. Believe what you want, ignore what you don't like. Leave when you want, come back when you want.
66 YO, Implant 6/7/2017 at University of Maryland by Dr. Andrew Kramer, High Volume Implant And world class surgeon. AMS 700. Great expierence with zero complications.

Larry10625
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Location: Ontario, CANADA

Re: My Journal

Postby Larry10625 » Fri Aug 18, 2017 12:10 pm

Bigred wrote:
PFracture wrote:So nice to come back to this board and read another update on your thread! i read it very attentively from start to finish, and especially loved the part where you "do the math". If other people would just read it and give it a thought.... :? You can rest assured that it helped me a great deal, and it was pleasure to be able to follow your quest from the sclerotherapy days up until now and see that your outcome was so successful!

As for being here, after your implant is done, well.... we need people like you here, for a lot of reasons, but the admin does not care, and like he stated before, this whole charade of the same questions, "over and over" is the way he wants things to work; (there is a thread on this board about it) he just doesn't understand how much better this community would be with -a proper moderation team -stickying certain threads that everybody should see, -creating rules against reposts, like the ones we constantly see because people do not read the forum before posting, -creating a proper section for technical discussion, on where the focus would not be on "supporting other brothers even when it's clear they are saying bullshit, or that there is something wrong", but instead on the questions that really matter like "tech specs on implants" "doctor infection stats" "regain size after botched implant installation" "vacuum erection device pre-post implant" "usage of traction device with/without implant" and more.

I know it will not happen, as sad as it may be.... A man can dream tho! Thank you once again for everything you have done for this community, for all the knowledge you shared, and for the brutally honest way, with which you described your experience! Best of luck Merrix! :( :cry:


Definitely don't need a bunch of rules and a team of mods. Leave it like it is. Everybody is free to say what they want, when they want. Right or wrong, everybody has their say and opinion. Believe what you want, ignore what you don't like. Leave when you want, come back when you want.


We need at least one moderator with the time to read the posts and shut down the bullies who change the subject from implants to grammar and spelling. This forum has been around since 2008. Are new members expected to read the post from the past 11 years so a duplicate question isn't asked? Does it really hurt to have a repeat? Members who are that adamantly against repeats are not required to answer questions or even read the posts. People need to keep their eye on the ball and not lose sight of the true nature of Frank Talk. Bigred, I am pretty sure that is what you are saying. It is understood that every forum has to have some rules and every forum has to control the bully's right?:)

Larry
51 years old, married 29 years. Implanted Mar 30/17 by Dr. Brock of London, Ont, CANADA. (AMS 700 CX 18 + 2). Had implant removed Apr 29/17 due to Septic Shock. Liposuction By Dr. Gan and re-implant by Dr. Brock (AMS LGX 15 + 2) Dec 14/17.

Tybeeman
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Re: My Journal

Postby Tybeeman » Fri Aug 18, 2017 1:20 pm

Bigred wrote:
PFracture wrote:So nice to come back to this board and read another update on your thread! i read it very attentively from start to finish, and especially loved the part where you "do the math". If other people would just read it and give it a thought.... :? You can rest assured that it helped me a great deal, and it was pleasure to be able to follow your quest from the sclerotherapy days up until now and see that your outcome was so successful!

As for being here, after your implant is done, well.... we need people like you here, for a lot of reasons, but the admin does not care, and like he stated before, this whole charade of the same questions, "over and over" is the way he wants things to work; (there is a thread on this board about it) he just doesn't understand how much better this community would be with -a proper moderation team -stickying certain threads that everybody should see, -creating rules against reposts, like the ones we constantly see because people do not read the forum before posting, -creating a proper section for technical discussion, on where the focus would not be on "supporting other brothers even when it's clear they are saying bullshit, or that there is something wrong", but instead on the questions that really matter like "tech specs on implants" "doctor infection stats" "regain size after botched implant installation" "vacuum erection device pre-post implant" "usage of traction device with/without implant" and more.

I know it will not happen, as sad as it may be.... A man can dream tho! Thank you once again for everything you have done for this community, for all the knowledge you shared, and for the brutally honest way, with which you described your experience! Best of luck Merrix! :( :cry:


Definitely don't need a bunch of rules and a team of mods. Leave it like it is. Everybody is free to say what they want, when they want. Right or wrong, everybody has their say and opinion. Believe what you want, ignore what you don't like. Leave when you want, come back when you want.


Yeah, But don't call fellow brothers on here liars
PC at age 56
RALP on 2/16
Implant on 6/26/2017 Doctor Tariq Hakky
Coloplast Titan OTR, 22cm with 1 cm RTE

Bigred
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Joined: Sun Mar 12, 2017 7:47 am
Location: SC

Re: My Journal

Postby Bigred » Fri Aug 18, 2017 4:21 pm

Tybeeman wrote:
Bigred wrote:
PFracture wrote:So nice to come back to this board and read another update on your thread! i read it very attentively from start to finish, and especially loved the part where you "do the math". If other people would just read it and give it a thought.... :? You can rest assured that it helped me a great deal, and it was pleasure to be able to follow your quest from the sclerotherapy days up until now and see that your outcome was so successful!

As for being here, after your implant is done, well.... we need people like you here, for a lot of reasons, but the admin does not care, and like he stated before, this whole charade of the same questions, "over and over" is the way he wants things to work; (there is a thread on this board about it) he just doesn't understand how much better this community would be with -a proper moderation team -stickying certain threads that everybody should see, -creating rules against reposts, like the ones we constantly see because people do not read the forum before posting, -creating a proper section for technical discussion, on where the focus would not be on "supporting other brothers even when it's clear they are saying bullshit, or that there is something wrong", but instead on the questions that really matter like "tech specs on implants" "doctor infection stats" "regain size after botched implant installation" "vacuum erection device pre-post implant" "usage of traction device with/without implant" and more.

I know it will not happen, as sad as it may be.... A man can dream tho! Thank you once again for everything you have done for this community, for all the knowledge you shared, and for the brutally honest way, with which you described your experience! Best of luck Merrix! :( :cry:


Definitely don't need a bunch of rules and a team of mods. Leave it like it is. Everybody is free to say what they want, when they want. Right or wrong, everybody has their say and opinion. Believe what you want, ignore what you don't like. Leave when you want, come back when you want.


Yeah, But don't call fellow brothers on here liars


I don't know about liars, that's a bit harsh. But there is some "bullshit" on here.But what the hell, it's the internet and a public forum. There's a lot of folks on here that give medical advice and I know they can't all be medical personnel. May even be some liability issues here. Either way I enjoy the success stories and some that would fit the "I told you so". I even like the ones that are an obvious exaggeration.
I must say, I learned a lot on here prior and after my implant but never considered the people on here " fellow brothers". Most on here have fake names ( me included) and don' want their names revealed.
All in all, there is a wealth of information on here for those considering an implant. Just have to read through the BS to get to the information you are looking for
66 YO, Implant 6/7/2017 at University of Maryland by Dr. Andrew Kramer, High Volume Implant And world class surgeon. AMS 700. Great expierence with zero complications.

lewisbl
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Location: Huntsville, AL

Re: My Journal

Postby lewisbl » Fri Aug 18, 2017 7:32 pm

Merrix,

Thanks for sharing your diary. I was implanted with the AMS 700 LGX by DR. James Flatt September 15, 2014, 18CM with 4CM RTEs. I do think, I could have went up to 24CM without the RTEs. I wanted the Titan also but my doctor insisted the AMS 700 LGX. He did a great job, but didn't give me any information on the operations of the implant since I told him I was reading FT forum. I was in the learning phase when I was first implanted. I was shorter after the implant but kept playing with it and now I have my original size back and more. I haven't measured with a ruler but I am over 7 inches. I've took a quarter it's exactly 1 inch long and measured around 8 inches with the quarter. I use to pump up with the VED when I had ED and reach the end of a 9 inch tube but I started loosing size after everything quit working. DR. Flatt briefed my wife about the implant but she still don't have a clue. I don't pump up in front of her or deflate. She told me to send the doctor a Thank You Card. She LOVE'S the new me. She has an several orgasm every time we have sex. I've been scratched several times by her during sex and I LOVE to hear her scream with excitement. Oh yeah when we do it in the missionary position I hear a loud pop when she has an orgasm. She has gotten very jealous when other women come around. I will say this was the BEST decision I've ever made.
AMS LGX 18 CM with 4 RTE Implanted SEPT 15, 2014 by DR Flatt. Failed SEPT 15, 2017
AMS CX 18 CM with 5 RTE revision NOV 27, 2017 by DR Flatt.

David_R
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Location: Northeast Maryland

Re: My Journal

Postby David_R » Fri Aug 18, 2017 10:00 pm

Lewisbl, so glad to hear your great news! I hope you and your wife have lots and lots of loving fun together!
Baltimore area. Age 68. Prostatectomy in 2000, CX inserted in 2002. Wore out after 12 yrs., got LGX in 2014. I am glad I had them both. My great urologist is Dr. Marc Siegelbaum. (After regular inflating I regained my original length and girth.)

radiodec
Posts: 523
Joined: Fri Aug 31, 2012 2:52 pm
Location: Portland, TN

Re: My Journal

Postby radiodec » Fri Aug 18, 2017 10:26 pm

Thanks for the journal and all the replies everyone. It is going to make the long night with someone checking my vitals every hour go by a little faster. I am now 7 hours past my revision and laying here reading and replying. No pain, little swelling just bored. Oh I have the uncomfortable feeling that I am wetting myself from my catheter, but that is about the extent of it. Catheter drain is run to the collection bag correctly this time and doesn't back up and cause pain like it did on time 1 that was about 5 years ago.

A great trip to everyone.

David
70 - married 47 years: RP - 2000, injections till 2012, AMS700LGX with 21cm tubes 2cm extenders 11/7/2012, failed 6/5/2017 --- Re-implanted 8/18/2017 with AMS 700CX -- Implants by Dr. David Morris, Hendersonville,TN


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