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- Mon Feb 11, 2019 10:33 pm
- Forum: Pumps (Vacuum Erection Device)
- Topic: New to pumping
- Replies: 9
- Views: 610
It appears after reading this and with personal experience, you can at least keep size. I am sure you can do damage, but don't pump so much that you feel lot's of pain. Probably best to discuss with your doc.
I just had my 6 month follow up, 5 months past activation. Especially in the last 6 weeks, I have more girth and more length. Not quiet what I had pre surgery, but getting closer. I only knew that I had an AMS 700. I asked the doc at this appointment what model, he said LGX. He said that it would co...
My Doc didn't have me cycle until 4 weeks post surgery. Most of the discomfort went away before activation, then had to get used to discomfort for a few weeks when cycling. Almost 4 months post activation now, only discomfort when leaving activated for a long time.
I have posted info previously, so will summarize previous info. Prostate removal in summer of 2017, no return of function, and implant August 2018. At first, I was wondering what I got myself into, pain, loss of length, etc. Ready this and seeing what others went through gave me hope, and my healing...
I am about 4 months out, 3 months since first activation. I posted elsewhere on the forum about my journey at that specific time. Very recently, tubes stretching more toward the head, and I am a little straighter when activated, and have more girth. The girth is expanding closer to the head than it ...
- Wed Dec 26, 2018 2:00 pm
- Forum: Implants
- Topic: Needing a little encouragement...
- Replies: 20
- Views: 1009
I have an AMS, but if you search through the forum, it seems most take months to get to the maximum enjoyment. I had pain after the first month of inflation, as I believe many others did. Three months after activation, no much pain, but still trying to pump to the max for tubes to stretch, taking al...
- Wed Dec 19, 2018 1:07 pm
- Forum: Implants
- Topic: Rate your implant 1-10 & why
- Replies: 43
- Views: 4266
Two months after activation, I would rate it a 6.5 at this point. I have post elsewhere in the forum about my progress. At this point, still getting more girth little by little. Looks normal when standing, heard was floppy laying down. But tubes are going out further little by little. I usually star...
I am finding that I usually have to make several attempts to deflate after pumping. All the fluid doesn't come out at once. If I wait a few minutes or more, then I can squeeze the rest out. I find that sometimes without draining completely, it is harder to inflate. Not sure if this will help your si...
- Sat Dec 08, 2018 1:55 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: learning to pump an implant
- Replies: 5
- Views: 455
I had lot's of discomfort the first week or so. My activation was about a month after surgery. It was a little harder to deflate, which kept the discomfort high. The video has to hold the deflate button 4 seconds. In the first couple of weeks, I could hardly get any deflation. As time went by, I lea...