Ricardo70 wrote:A question,
Let's imagine that someone has 6 inches and the peironye illness leaves him in 4 inches.
Will the implant make him recover anything?
If I combine what I know and have researched for 15 years and toss in a little logical speculation it leads to the conclusion that no implant will ever stretch the penis like traction working 4 hours plus a day. An implant provides less torque over a shorter time. Without going into depth, penis traction also centers all the force on the most restrictive scar tissue. On top of that, we know that the vast majority of surgeons do NOT recommend the LGX for Peyronies Disease because the cylinders do not develop the axial rigidity to straighten significant deformity. It was designed to give a softer, shorter, more natural flaccid state. We do however have men on FT that have had a 45-degree bend straightened with nothing but a Titan implant. It will do the same with hourglass deformity because of its stronger cylinders and greater rigidity equal a greater ability to remold the penis. It is unlikely however that it is going to stretch penis length 2 inches and might be a stretch (pun intended) to suggest it will stretch it a full inch.