Can you have sex with a deflated titan implant

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Bwtbbb
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Re: Can you have sex with a deflated titan implant

Postby Bwtbbb » Thu Jan 12, 2023 8:03 am

I am interested to know too because I'm young and I may run out of revisions

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Re: Can you have sex with a deflated titan implant

Postby GoodWood » Thu Jan 12, 2023 11:20 am

indeed wrote:
aussiePeyronies wrote:I have heard of some Titan users who still had some engorgement even after having the implant installed who were able to have oral deflated. I think there was one account of a guy who claimed to have intercourse with it deflated and just some engorgement.


If you're lucky and still get good bloodflow, thats amazing. There is one guy here that leaves his implant inflated at like 20% all the time. Rest is all natural engorgement. He basically never pumps or deflates. This should also massively increase the lifetime of an implant. Requires very good natural blood flow tho.


It isn’t a good idea to never inflate/deflate. I know of gentleman who kept his implant inflated all the time. Had arthritis in his hands and found it difficult to inflate/deflate. He was heavy set and had a smaller penis so it wasn’t noticeable under clothes.

Anyway, the problem was that scar tissue encapsulated his (deflated) reservoir and he ended up being unable to deflate it. Eventually it failed anyway and he got a malleable for his revision surgery.

The take away lesson is give the implant an inflation/deflation once in a great while at least, just to keep tissue pliable.
55yo, NYC. ED started at 40. 50 units BiMix + Atropine (Pap 30/Phen 6/Atr 0.2). Prostaglandins caused aching. Doses increasing. A cock ring helps. Phallosan Forte tension devise to maintain size. Eager to talk about implant experiences.

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Re: Can you have sex with a deflated titan implant

Postby Gt1956 » Thu Jan 12, 2023 4:16 pm

Bwtbbb wrote:I am interested to know too because I'm young and I may run out of revisions

Considering that I've never read of a member that "ran out of revisions". Even a guy that I read that had I believe it was 8 revisions. I feel that your worry is greatly overstated.
68yo, HBP at 40, high triglycerides at 45. Phimosis at 57. Type 2 at 60. Dr. William Brant May 1, 2023 CX 21cm w/no rte's penoscrotal 6" girth @ 6 months

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Re: Can you have sex with a deflated titan implant

Postby Craigohbig » Thu Jan 12, 2023 9:04 pm

drayan123 wrote:
Odecko wrote:The purpose of the implant is to have a boner. Why would anyone want to use a deflated (limp dick) implant when you've been without an erection and need a transplant? I am not sure if your question deserves an answer. :x

Bro please shut up don’t comment if you don’t got an answer let other people ask whatever they want worry about ur own thing

It’s crazy how little help these guys provide. Obviously there’s a reason for that question
42 ED for 9 years vl after a fall. Pre implant 8 1/4 bp x 6 1/8 ish
Clavell titan 26+1 rte…post op very excited: 8 5/8” x 6 1/4” (7” base)
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Re: Can you have sex with a deflated titan implant

Postby Lost Sheep » Thu Jan 12, 2023 10:27 pm

Craigohbig wrote:(edited for brevity)
It’s crazy how little help these guys provide. Obviously there’s a reason for that question

I agree, Craigohbig. Might be a bad reason. Might be a good reason. But rendering a judgment in an unhelpful and insulting, condescending manner is just rude.
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Re: Can you have sex with a deflated titan implant

Postby Lost Sheep » Thu Jan 12, 2023 10:51 pm

Gt1956 wrote:This question isn't taking a very important condition into consideration. Just how wet & willing is your partner? A disinterested dry pussy is a challenge to have sex with even with an almost hard penis.
Lets get real. How deflated are you & how wet is she. Until you know these variables, this topic is unanswerable.

ABSOLUTELY TRUE!
Sometimes, my girlfriend wants to skip the foreplay and just wants penetration, like RIGHT NOW. Penetrating my girlfriend's vagina with my fully inflated penis if she has not had a few preparatory orgasms requires 3 to 5 times as much effort as if she has had a couple of orgams in foreplay. Loosening up the vaginal canal and release of lubricating vaginal discharges makes a HUGE difference!

Getting graphic, if she has had orgasms, inserting my erection in her is almost instantaneous. The moment my glans finds the moisture of her vagina one simple thrust (fast or slow, doesn't matter) and I am in. If she has not had orgasms, we have to guide my glans to her vaginal opening and then gentle, short thrusts to spread her labia and allow some vaginal juices get on her labia and my glans. Each thrust getting a tiny bit deeper until coronal ridge gets in. Then things get wetter and slipperier and full penetration is possible without discomfort.

So, getting back on track with the original question, a partly inflated/slightly stiff penis (as some have described uninlated Coloplast Titan-implanted penises) may not be able to slip into a willing vagina with anywere near the ease that same penis could slip into one expanded and lubricated by foreplay and orgams beforehand.
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Re: Can you have sex with a deflated titan implant

Postby Odecko » Thu Jan 12, 2023 11:04 pm

drayan123 wrote:
Odecko wrote:The purpose of the implant is to have a boner. Why would anyone want to use a deflated (limp dick) implant when you've been without an erection and need a transplant? I am not sure if your question deserves an answer. :x

Bro please shut up don’t comment if you don’t got an answer let other people ask whatever they want worry about ur own thing

Shut up? Dude...If you don't agree just say that...I will offer my view...whether you like it or not...I refuse to tell you a lie to make you feel good. :roll:
52 yrs old...Widowed at age 34 after 10 years; remarried at 41. Diagnosed with PC at 47. Tried Pills, VED, & Injections. all failed. Dec/2021 - Coloplast Titan XL 24 cm + 1 cm RTE penoscrotal. (Hakky)

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Re: Can you have sex with a deflated titan implant

Postby Waynetho » Thu Jan 12, 2023 11:14 pm

Gt1956 wrote:
Bwtbbb wrote:I am interested to know too because I'm young and I may run out of revisions

Considering that I've never read of a member that "ran out of revisions". Even a guy that I read that had I believe it was 8 revisions. I feel that your worry is greatly overstated.

Right, and even if there was some horrible complication that, God forbid, caused the loss of everything, one with enough money and lucky enough to have a suitable organ donor available could even get a full transplant! It's happened before with a man who lost his manhood in an IED explosion.

Running out of revisions? I think not.
62yo, married 41 yrs. Urolift (x4) 8/12/19. AMS 700CX 15cm (no RTE) penoscrotal 10/28/19, Frisco, TX. PD 1995/ED 2011. Cialis helped but hinged. (1995)L:6/G:5.5+, (2019)Pre-op L:5/G:4.5, (2/2020)L:6.0/G:5.0

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Re: Can you have sex with a deflated titan implant

Postby Odecko » Thu Jan 12, 2023 11:28 pm

Odecko wrote:
drayan123 wrote:
Odecko wrote:The purpose of the implant is to have a boner. Why would anyone want to use a deflated (limp dick) implant when you've been without an erection and need a transplant? I am not sure if your question deserves an answer. :x

Bro please shut up don’t comment if you don’t got an answer let other people ask whatever they want worry about ur own thing

Shut up? Dude...If you don't agree just say that...I will offer my view...whether you like it or not...I refuse to tell you a lie to make you feel good. :roll:


Take a look at this reply to another question on this forum...If you read this as an insult maybe this was a better way to say it. Just so you know it was not meant to be an insult:

There is no hard limit on the number of revisions (or partial revisions, to complicate matters) a man can have. It is HIGHLY dependent on specific details of his condition. The causes of the need for revision bear on this, also.

Your Doctor's advice to wait is sound. If you have a working penis (however marginal) destroying that erectile capacity for a mechanical device is short-sighted and foolish.

Look at it this way;

An implant is non-reversible and will render you unable to get an erection without it. An implant does not cure E.D. It guarantees 100% impotence until you inflate.

If you could run a 6 minute mile on your own feet, would you opt for prosthetic feet that enabled a 4 minute mile, but if (when) they failed, would leave you in a wheelchair until you have another surgery?

Implant is not a cure. It is a treatment. A very good one, but not a cure. A natural erection if far superior in many ways, so if a treatment that is less invasive, destructive and flawed than an implant will work for you, take it. Most treatments do not leave you permanently changed as an implant does. But if NOTHING is available, then do consider an implant
52 yrs old...Widowed at age 34 after 10 years; remarried at 41. Diagnosed with PC at 47. Tried Pills, VED, & Injections. all failed. Dec/2021 - Coloplast Titan XL 24 cm + 1 cm RTE penoscrotal. (Hakky)

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Re: Can you have sex with a deflated titan implant

Postby frank66665 » Fri Jan 13, 2023 4:55 am

Odecko wrote:
Odecko wrote:
drayan123 wrote:Bro please shut up don’t comment if you don’t got an answer let other people ask whatever they want worry about ur own thing

Shut up? Dude...If you don't agree just say that...I will offer my view...whether you like it or not...I refuse to tell you a lie to make you feel good. :roll:


Take a look at this reply to another question on this forum...If you read this as an insult maybe this was a better way to say it. Just so you know it was not meant to be an insult:

There is no hard limit on the number of revisions (or partial revisions, to complicate matters) a man can have. It is HIGHLY dependent on specific details of his condition. The causes of the need for revision bear on this, also.

Your Doctor's advice to wait is sound. If you have a working penis (however marginal) destroying that erectile capacity for a mechanical device is short-sighted and foolish.

Look at it this way;

An implant is non-reversible and will render you unable to get an erection without it. An implant does not cure E.D. It guarantees 100% impotence until you inflate.

If you could run a 6 minute mile on your own feet, would you opt for prosthetic feet that enabled a 4 minute mile, but if (when) they failed, would leave you in a wheelchair until you have another surgery?

Implant is not a cure. It is a treatment. A very good one, but not a cure. A natural erection if far superior in many ways, so if a treatment that is less invasive, destructive and flawed than an implant will work for you, take it. Most treatments do not leave you permanently changed as an implant does. But if NOTHING is available, then do consider an implant

hi odekko, would you like to say that beyond the fact that an implant works, the pleasure of coitus and fellatio does not compensate for intercourse with a natural erection for 10/15 minutes 50% of the time?
56, ED since 2010, pills work but not always and well, trt in progress improved but not so much, myocardial infarction january 2016, new stent september 2016, hypertension, venous on 1/23/23 titan one touch 22, no rte dottor Gabriele Antonini Italia


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