Pumping up with a Titan

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Energizer
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Pumping up with a Titan

Postby Energizer » Tue Feb 13, 2018 10:51 am

It is almost six weeks since having my titan implant. I read a lot of guys say that the pump gets softer over time. When I try pumping I can squeeze the pump from left to right, but when I try to do it from front to back it is so hard I can't. Is this normal?
I know that I don't have the OTR because it has a bar going across the front and a bar that goes across the back. I have to press and hold them both in order to deflate. Not sure what the name of the pump is.
When I do pump I can not get the pump to fully compress all the way. It takes me a good twenty minutes or more to get it hard. So far it seems I haven't been able to max it out.
Has anybody had a problem with it it self inflating when you blow your nose, cough, or bend over? After I deflate I give a quick squeeze like it says but by the end of the day it is hard again. The doctor says it may take about 6 months for it to settle and seal.
They say that the Titan is harder when soft, but how hard is it? Does it feel like you have a semi all the time or does it feel more natural over time?

ThePlumber1964
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Re: Pumping up with a Titan

Postby ThePlumber1964 » Tue Feb 13, 2018 11:28 am

In general, you are still having a lot of healing inside you, so 6 weeks is not reflective of what you will experience with few months. Granted, any concerns must be discussed and addressed with your surgeon.

ThePlumber
53 years old, happily married for 30 years to a beautiful & outstanding lady. Onset ED at 49. Finally fixed on 11/08/2017 by the master Dr. Eid with a Titan XL 26, no RTEs! Previously had 3 AMS implants (LGX & CX), all botched.

MikeAN
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Re: Pumping up with a Titan

Postby MikeAN » Tue Feb 13, 2018 3:33 pm

You have a Legacy pump.
67 implanted November 1st 2017 by Dr Andrew Kramer with Titian 22cm + 2cm RTE and 75cc CL reservoir with 20cc overfill. Pump relocated and replace with Legacy pump Jan. 24th, 2018.

hturner12
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Re: Pumping up with a Titan

Postby hturner12 » Tue Feb 13, 2018 7:25 pm

Mike is that the new pump to replace the OTR
Hugh
Rezum 07/20/17
TITAN OTR 22cm no RTE , 125 cc reservoir Dr Hakky 08/28/17
Married 34, ED 5 Diabetes
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MikeAN
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Re: Pumping up with a Titan

Postby MikeAN » Tue Feb 13, 2018 9:53 pm

That’s the previous pump I believe. Much easier to find the deflate function of the pump.
67 implanted November 1st 2017 by Dr Andrew Kramer with Titian 22cm + 2cm RTE and 75cc CL reservoir with 20cc overfill. Pump relocated and replace with Legacy pump Jan. 24th, 2018.

MikeAN
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Re: Pumping up with a Titan

Postby MikeAN » Tue Feb 13, 2018 9:56 pm

That’s the previous version of the pump I believe. Much easier to find the deflate function of the pump compared to the OTR.
67 implanted November 1st 2017 by Dr Andrew Kramer with Titian 22cm + 2cm RTE and 75cc CL reservoir with 20cc overfill. Pump relocated and replace with Legacy pump Jan. 24th, 2018.

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Re: Pumping up with a Titan

Postby DroptheMike » Tue Feb 13, 2018 10:29 pm

I believe you have the same pump I do. The Genesis pump. Not to be confused with the Genesis malleable prostheses. The pump has a bar on each side and you press them towards each other continuously to deflate. I think it is the precursor to the OTR and Touch pump. My doctor uses it because he believes it is less likely to fail than the newer versions. Makes sense to me in that the mechanism is simpler and therefore not as many things can go wrong with it. Trust me the pump will definitely get easier to squeeze as time goes on. Make sure you squeeze your penis as you deflate to get the maximum amount of fluid out.
Mike
Married 55 years old. Made the decision to get an implant after several years of unsuccessful attempts using conventional medication which no longer worked. Titan 22cm w/Genesis pump implanted by Dr. Bruce Garber October 2017. Infrapubic approach.

Energizer
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Re: Pumping up with a Titan

Postby Energizer » Wed Feb 14, 2018 8:30 am

Thanks for the info about the pump. Every time I do a search on line all I see is the OTR. I was kind of worried why I never see the pump that I have or any information about it.
So far I have to say I am so glad I made the decision to have the implant. I didn't have one of the big name doctors that you hear about on FT, but I have no complaints of the job mine has done. I am back to my pre implant surgery in length and girth.

hturner12
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Re: Pumping up with a Titan

Postby hturner12 » Wed Feb 14, 2018 9:11 am

My Dr said they are discontinuing the OTR. One reason was patient complaints about the tiny valve. It is definitely not a One Touch Release
Hugh
Rezum 07/20/17
TITAN OTR 22cm no RTE , 125 cc reservoir Dr Hakky 08/28/17
Married 34, ED 5 Diabetes
Links: procecure http://tinyurl.com/yaj7u4mj Advice http://tinyurl.com/ybfgx3t5
Journal http://tinyurl.com/y9qy5tav
Bionic waist 2 hips and dick


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