What do you tell people?

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What do you tell people?

Postby Happy Toy » Fri Jun 29, 2018 4:34 pm

The worse part of this whole "adventure" has been what to tell people when they ask, "Oh your having surgery, what this time" ;) I'm mainly talking about close friends and my adult married kids. The two answers I've use the most are: "It's in a very delicate area" or "It's a guy thing". You wouldn't believe how many want to know more :x ! I have only given complete details to one VERY close friend who also has ED problems that we have talked about before. So far, pills seem to work for him and he doesn't think he could bring himself to stick a needle "there". :lol: If any of the rest of you brothers have any ideas for those that are contemplating an implant, they WELL need some help in this area!
Implanted 6/26/2018, Coloplast Titan 20cm, no RTE'S, infra pubic, Dr. Rhee, Kaiser :o 8-) 76yrs., married 53 yrs. ED for over 20 yrs.

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Re: What do you tell people?

Postby backup2014 » Fri Jun 29, 2018 5:20 pm

I had RPS in March 2014, I told them due to loss of prostate you lose at least a inch of pecker because of the size of the prostate.. So I told them they had to implant a device to maintain my length. I told then it kept me from being a queen instead of a king. Most go "yuk" and change the subject. No one has ever ask me how it was done.
69, Married to my childhood sweetheart, semi retired. Implant Dec 2014 Dr. Dean Knoll Nashville TN, RPS March 2014. Implant failure July 2017 Revision Oct 2017, First Implant AMS 700 LGX 19CM, Revision AMS 700 MS 21CM.

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Re: What do you tell people?

Postby David_Webb » Fri Jun 29, 2018 5:29 pm

I’m still at a 9-5 and have just told co-workers it was personal. My friends I said I was having a hernia surgery . Explains the downtime and the cowboy walk after the implant.
New Hampshire, 42, Diagnosed with ED early 20’s. VL Left side, Implanted 7-9-18, Dr. Gross, Titan OTR, 22cm +1 RTE, Penoscrotal.

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Re: What do you tell people?

Postby newbie443 » Fri Jun 29, 2018 5:53 pm

I used to not be able to talk about my ED to anyone. Even my doctor. Now I will talk to anyone about it as long as it is in a place where it can be talked about. All of my family members that are old enough know of my surgery. I had damage that caused that part of me not to work. I had surgery to fix it. If asked about it at a public place or family gathering where children are around or a work place I would say I would be happy to talk about it in private. But I have changed a lot this year. When I first decided to have the surgery earlier this year I was seeking advice how to keep it private. Somehow that changed. When I did start talking about it with family members it was really difficult at first then it just became a non issue. Like a weight that I had been carrying around had been lifted.

In my case I had nerve and vascular damage. So that is my public answer. And I add the surgery was fix that. If pressed in a public place I just say this is not the place to discuss it. If it is somewhere that it can be talked about I just tell them.
Injections failed. Implanted 3-21-18 AMS 700 LGX 21 + 1 RTE 100 cc reservoir Dr. Kramer. https://youtu.be/QPu9pLBM0wM

62 years young.

Will show and tell and talk with others.

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Re: What do you tell people?

Postby dg_moore » Fri Jun 29, 2018 7:08 pm

I timed my surgery for vacation time and told nobody. So nobody asked. My wife and my docs know, but nobody else. It's nobody's business.
Dave, 76, Maryland - Implant (Titan) 2008 by Dr. Andrew Kramer - never used due to a stroke that, among other things, ended my sex life.
Life is not the way it's supposed to be, it's the way it is.

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Re: What do you tell people?

Postby alibaba » Sat Jun 30, 2018 1:51 am

Tell them you had your dick worked on, then tell them they gutted the inside first and ask if they want to see the picture? They may never ask you about ANYTHING ever again :lol:
LGX 21cm .Milam 01/13/16. Horror; both service and surgical outcome. hated infrapubic installation. Kramer revision 03/01/17. 22cm Titan +1.5cm extender. Those who think their opinion is the only one that matters are a danger to themselves and others.

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Re: What do you tell people?

Postby David_R » Sat Jun 30, 2018 7:07 am

I told anyone who had to ask or was just curious that I was having "urological surgery," and nobody wanted to know any more details. :)

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Re: What do you tell people?

Postby Bandit » Sat Jun 30, 2018 8:07 pm

Hernia worked for me. No one questioned it.
Born 1958, married. Prostate Cancer. RRP November/2014. PSA undetectable since. Implant May/2017 AMS700LGX 18 cm + 1.5 cm RTEs.

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Re: What do you tell people?

Postby bobsteel » Sat Jun 30, 2018 8:36 pm

Bandit wrote:Hernia worked for me. No one questioned it.

Same here.
Married 71 yrs old Implanted 5/30/18. AMX 7oo cx ms 18 cm with 1 cm and 2cm rte. ED for many years. Pills stopped working and injections sort of helped. I sure miss the inch I lost but it works.

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Re: What do you tell people?

Postby Smetro » Sun Jul 01, 2018 12:00 am

Told my kids(late teens) I had a small non cancerous growth removed from a testicle.....all good
65, Titan Touch 22cm+1.5cm rte's op done in Melbourne, Aus. by Dr Chris Love-Feb 2017 Venous leakage over a 2 year period, did pills and Caverject. Length@ 3 1/2years is: 7.5” erect, 6.5” flaccid and almost 6” girth. Normal orgasm at ret r3 years post-op.

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