Alternative explanation for pump

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smphead
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Alternative explanation for pump

Postby smphead » Tue Jan 22, 2019 10:42 am

For those in a committed relationship the pump is no problem i think.

But for the single guys the pump is a big problem. It would be a big turn off if she feels the pump and i have to explain i have an implant.
For sure if you go into a serious relationship you have to tell. But if it is just a hookup it's not an option.

Some eldery guys will say "just be open and tell the truth" or say i'im bionic" but that's not the thing you want to say as a young guy., nonetheless the frightening it will goes mouth to mouth in your social network.

Is there another explanation to tell her which is more socially accepted? I'm not medical educated,
but are their other reasons to have a foreign object in your nutssack? Something else which is not as embarrassing as a pump for an implant?

Sometimes you have to lie for preventing you for social humiliation.

Please no comments like "it's nothing to be ashamed to" or "just tell the truth", i'm only gonna tell the truth if it will become a serious relationship.

Help!!

Thanx bro's.
40 y/o male Netherlands. ED due Propecia use. Currently using cialis.
Thinking about Penile Implant.

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Re: Alternative explanation for pump

Postby Quincy » Tue Jan 22, 2019 11:22 am

Most women (or most men, for that matter) don't know much about the prostate and many don't understand how male sexual organs work beyond the basics of sex and producing sperm.

I had to be with close, very conservative, friends before and immediately after my implant surgery. They, of course, wanted to know what was wrong. I've had success talking about the operation I was having by vaguely referring to "complications from prostate cancer". That satisfied everyone, but that's just a reason for surgery, not a good reason for having a 3rd nut. Whether it is the word "cancer" or the word "prostate", though, I've never mentioned the term prostate cancer and had anyone want to follow up.

I know of guys who have had testicle replacement, putting in a prosthetic testicle, which could feel different from an original but be made to look right. That might be an option, but if you still have the other two, might not be satisfactory. Other men get surgery for hernias, incontinence, and so forth.

For casual encounters, you might say it's a device related to recovery from prostate cancer, which it is. Many of us have implants because PCa caused ED. That might satisfy many women, since most won't understand the prostate or want to bring up issues related to cancer for fear of upsetting you. You might even get some sympathy love. You could also use testicular cancer, though that sounds more serious to most. If you don't want to use the word "cancer", a "support device for hernia issues" might work.

Once you are past casual, you probably will need to open up about it, though.

I'll be interested to hear what others can add.

Best wishes,
Quincy
66, Boise area, Married 42 years
ED from type 2 diabetes and PCa radiation. Gleason 3+4=7
AMS LGX surgery 6/5/18 with Edward Karpman in Silicon Valley, 18cm+3RTE

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Lunatech
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Re: Alternative explanation for pump

Postby Lunatech » Tue Jan 22, 2019 11:41 am

Just tell them you grew a 3rd nut due the radiation from keeping your cell phone in your lap. :D
(meant to be funny)
49 years old, Suffering from ED 10+ years, Implant surgery 2/28/19 AMS 700 LGX 18cm with 4cm RTE by Dr. Terlecki at WFBMC in Winston Salem NC

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Re: Alternative explanation for pump

Postby DougAnd » Tue Jan 22, 2019 12:15 pm

I was going to say 3rd nut too and just leave it at that.
LGX 18cm+3cmRTE 8 / 8/18 by Docs Saracino , Prody of FL Disfigured by Implant. Married 31 years, Functionally impotent 2+ years. 4" day of surgery now 7" inflated. Pump moved 12/4/18 by Dr Kata Hopefully fixed by Dr Kramer 6/19/19

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Re: Alternative explanation for pump

Postby smphead » Tue Jan 22, 2019 12:39 pm

Quincy wrote:Most women (or most men, for that matter) don't know much about the prostate and many don't understand how male sexual organs work beyond the basics of sex and producing sperm.

I had to be with close, very conservative, friends before and immediately after my implant surgery. They, of course, wanted to know what was wrong. I've had success talking about the operation I was having by vaguely referring to "complications from prostate cancer". That satisfied everyone, but that's just a reason for surgery, not a good reason for having a 3rd nut. Whether it is the word "cancer" or the word "prostate", though, I've never mentioned the term prostate cancer and had anyone want to follow up.

I know of guys who have had testicle replacement, putting in a prosthetic testicle, which could feel different from an original but be made to look right. That might be an option, but if you still have the other two, might not be satisfactory. Other men get surgery for hernias, incontinence, and so forth.

For casual encounters, you might say it's a device related to recovery from prostate cancer, which it is. Many of us have implants because PCa caused ED. That might satisfy many women, since most won't understand the prostate or want to bring up issues related to cancer for fear of upsetting you. You might even get some sympathy love. You could also use testicular cancer, though that sounds more serious to most. If you don't want to use the word "cancer", a "support device for hernia issues" might work.

Once you are past casual, you probably will need to open up about it, though.

I'll be interested to hear what others can add.

Best wishes,
Quincy


Thank you very much for your extensive and supportive post. Hope others will add some good things which i can make a good cover.
40 y/o male Netherlands. ED due Propecia use. Currently using cialis.
Thinking about Penile Implant.

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Re: Alternative explanation for pump

Postby smphead » Tue Jan 22, 2019 12:44 pm

DougAnd wrote:I was going to say 3rd nut too and just leave it at that.


Thanx for the input. I don't think it's a credible option. For sure when it feels strange and different from a normal nuts.

More input is welcome :)
40 y/o male Netherlands. ED due Propecia use. Currently using cialis.
Thinking about Penile Implant.

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Re: Alternative explanation for pump

Postby Droopy » Tue Jan 22, 2019 1:56 pm

Google benign growth in the testicles, there are several options.

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Re: Alternative explanation for pump

Postby Larry10625 » Tue Jan 22, 2019 2:03 pm

smphead wrote:For those in a committed relationship the pump is no problem i think.

But for the single guys the pump is a big problem. It would be a big turn off if she feels the pump and i have to explain i have an implant.
For sure if you go into a serious relationship you have to tell. But if it is just a hookup it's not an option.

Some eldery guys will say "just be open and tell the truth" or say i'im bionic" but that's not the thing you want to say as a young guy., nonetheless the frightening it will goes mouth to mouth in your social network.

Is there another explanation to tell her which is more socially accepted? I'm not medical educated,
but are their other reasons to have a foreign object in your nutssack? Something else which is not as embarrassing as a pump for an implant?

Sometimes you have to lie for preventing you for social humiliation.

Please no comments like "it's nothing to be ashamed to" or "just tell the truth", i'm only gonna tell the truth if it will become a serious relationship.

Help!!

Thanx bro's.



What would she tell you if her jugs were silicone??

Larry
51 years old, married 29 years. Implanted Mar 30/17 by Dr. Brock of London, Ont, CANADA. (AMS 700 LGX 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.

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Re: Alternative explanation for pump

Postby smphead » Tue Jan 22, 2019 2:19 pm

Maybe some device for treating testicular cancer or some other 'testicle disease'. I find it hard to 'misuse' the word cancer, because it's a horrible disease, on the other hand i'm not willing to put myself in a vulnerable position by telling the truth.
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There must be single brothers over here who dealt with this issue and foind a good solution.
40 y/o male Netherlands. ED due Propecia use. Currently using cialis.
Thinking about Penile Implant.

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Re: Alternative explanation for pump

Postby Droopy » Tue Jan 22, 2019 2:58 pm

Just explain it is some kind of benign lump and your Dr. says it is nothing to worry about unless it starts giving you trouble. There really are benign masses that grow in the testicles. This is one from Wikipedia.

Spermatocele (/spɜːrˈmætəsiːl/[1][2]) is a retention cyst of a tubule of the rete testis or the head of the epididymis distended with barely watery fluid that contains spermatozoa. Small spermatoceles are relatively common, occurring in an estimated 30 percent of all men[3]. They vary in size from several millimeters to many centimeters. Spermatoceles are generally not painful. However, some men may experience discomfort from larger spermatoceles. They are not cancerous, nor do they cause an increased risk of testicular cancer. Additionally, unlike varicoceles, they do not reduce fertility.

You do not have to tell your partner this is the condition but if she is curious enough to investigate she will find your explanation plausible.


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