Tubing exit location corpora

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Jollyhellfarter
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Tubing exit location corpora

Postby Jollyhellfarter » Sun Jul 28, 2019 10:50 am

The location the tubes exit my corpora are high enough that I cant make full use of the length of my penis. When entering my wife it hits. Has anyone had this problem. And if so what can be done
44 yr. Old. White male. Average size. Healthy, Dr. Goldenberg, implanted nov. 13th 2018. Worst decision ever. Was adamant lgx, but dr. Decided cx when under. 1 cylinder 14 mm short. Buckling since day of surgery, whether flaccid or erect.

Evinrude
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Re: Tubing exit location corpora

Postby Evinrude » Sun Jul 28, 2019 11:43 am

I may have the same issue... with me not so much penis length utilization but pain when my cowgirl bottoms out ! But only 5 weeks out and hope the pain goes away eventually. Guess with the better endowed members this is not as problematic.
Age 66, widower in 2017, remarried 2019. ED symptoms just 3 years ago, Viagra worked at first but less and less so as time went on. Never tried injections. AMS 700 LGX 15cm (2cm RTE) Implant 6/19/19 Broderick @ Mayo C. JAX.

LeRoastBeef
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Re: Tubing exit location corpora

Postby LeRoastBeef » Sun Jul 28, 2019 12:18 pm

How far from the base do your tubes exit?

They must be quite high up for then to interfere and limit the depth of your thrust.
Do you have any rte's?
These would presumably place the implant more forward, away from the crux thus moving the tubing insertion point more distal.
Venous leakage (Cavernosum and glans). 31yrs. In the process of getting an implant. Nervous but accepting it has to be done. Love Franktalk.

Frenchboy
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Re: Tubing exit location corpora

Postby Frenchboy » Mon Jul 29, 2019 2:39 pm

Well, if the cylinder is pushing forward and the glans stay back it can be an erosion.
Better seek surgeon advice if it s painful, or if suddenly glans bloodflow have diminished
Hope it s ok for you gentelmen


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