Me & My New Malleable

The final frontier. Deciding when, if and how.
Lost Sheep
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Re: Me & My New Malleable

Postby Lost Sheep » Sat Feb 10, 2024 3:02 pm

strunza501 wrote:Fuck the malleables, and fuck the IPPs. Nothing but fucking trouble, especially for long term diabetics. Nightmare!

Are you saying, "Fuck the fucking, sex is not worth the trouble"

Coital sex is not the be-all and end-all of intimacy, of course, but for some men (and women) penis in vagina sex is worth the trouble. As far as diabetics are concerned, if one is well-controlled (which is a bit of trouble all by itself), it does not present any barrier to surgery.

(Edited to add)
I read through some of your posts. Truly a tragic story and you have been dealt a poor hand by life. I am type 2 diabetic and put up with the pills. You have my sympathy, having had to deal with injections from a young age and for the rest of your life. I wish you the best. The only thing to do is to move on from here. (I am dealing with what might turn out to be a poor choice of my own. But I just have to deal with that aftermath and try to ignore the sunk costs and move on myself as best I can.)
Lost Sheep
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Pre-op VED therapy helps. Post-op is another matter

easymoney
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Re: Me & My New Malleable

Postby easymoney » Sat Feb 10, 2024 3:32 pm

Who peed in his cheerios strunza501? .. What are you basing your attitude or hatred about implants have you had personal experience or just going by things you have read on the net? ... Lots of misinformation out there in including diabetics such as myself end up with erosion and other issues all the time .. I like to hear strunza501 story to see where he is coming from as well I'm sure others on this board feel the same.

RickyF
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Re: Me & My New Malleable

Postby RickyF » Sat Feb 10, 2024 3:53 pm

I like it, looks great

easymoney
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Re: Me & My New Malleable

Postby easymoney » Sat Feb 10, 2024 4:55 pm

I read something on here from strunza501 that kind of explains his feelings on implants, from what I understand had an implant over 20 years ago that failed and caused damage to his body .. so much has changed in implants since 1989.

Rufian
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Re: Me & My New Malleable

Postby Rufian » Sat Feb 10, 2024 9:06 pm

any updates

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thedriver
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Re: Me & My New Malleable

Postby thedriver » Sun Feb 11, 2024 7:06 am

Rufian wrote:any updates

No big updates so far, I'm on day 11 post op, the bruising is pretty much gone, everything still looks great, no pain, the incision is completely healed, still keeping it covered with a 2x1 bandage, I'm suppose to contact them at the 2 week mark, I still haven't bent it around yet, I just want to make sure the internal stitching is completely healed simply for the fact this was my 5th surgery and on my 3rd revision it was due to the internal stitching coming loose and the cylinder backing out into the scrotum.
There are pic's of that event also on my other post from the past IPP problems.
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Titan 24 CM MAYO CLINIC, 1ST SURGERY 5-10-20 REVISION SURGERY DUE TO A LEAK COMPLETED ON 1-18-212ND REVISION SURGERY 3-2-21 DUE TO INTERNAL SUTURES FAILED, another failure - Malleable Genesis 23cm- 13mm implanted 2-1-24
Going to change avatar weekly

easymoney
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Re: Me & My New Malleable

Postby easymoney » Sun Feb 11, 2024 9:23 am

When I had mine done 6-30-2023 .. 3 week follow up on 7-18-2023 .. was told it would be ready to be used 8-11-2023 . if that gives you a little timeline on a Rigicon implant not sure if your requires longer.

strunza501
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Re: Me & My New Malleable

Postby strunza501 » Mon Feb 12, 2024 9:22 am

Type 1 diabetes since age 15, 58 now. Type 1 is more severe than type 2. If I remove the malleable, will have to wear a catheter in order to urinate. The penis will shrivel up

easymoney
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Re: Me & My New Malleable

Postby easymoney » Mon Feb 12, 2024 10:35 am

if they remove it and put in a newer type of mallabble it would not be better for you?

strunza501
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Re: Me & My New Malleable

Postby strunza501 » Mon Feb 12, 2024 5:15 pm

I’ve lost all feeling down there due to diabetic neuropathy. No feeling at all. My sex life is done at 57 yrs old. I’ve been one of the horror stories.


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