Manschaping - to shave or not to shave.

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Re: Manschaping - to shave or not to shave.

Postby Donnie1954 » Sun May 14, 2017 3:33 pm

Nehedia,
You are a hoot! I'm thinking about trying the Nair. How does it work? Can I get a chemical burn easily?
Implant AMS 700 CX, MS (18cm x 12mm with 5.5cm RTEs) on 10\4\16. 64 Dr. Edward Kata of Orlando. Awesome surgeon. Check out, 'DD Bryan. My implant journey, Wit and Wisdom, Stretching routine, Implant Pics, Natural Hang. Live in Ga.
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Re: Manschaping - to shave or not to shave.

Postby DonBecker54 » Sun May 14, 2017 6:36 pm

ddbryan1972 wrote:Nehedia,
You are a hoot! I'm thinking about trying the Nair. How does it work? Can I get a chemical burn easily?


Not really, but it would be best to do a test spot for about 7-8 minutes and see what happens.

The first and only time I left it on past 10 minutes, I got a 2nd degree chemical burn. Some discomfort and a blister on my scrotum. The doctor told me to put some vitamin E oil on it, which helps. Now I keep a stopwatch next to me while I put it on and wait, and wash it off promptly and thoroughly at eight minutes.
Butchered by Dr. Douglas Milam, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, in January 2016. Lost 2" Before After

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Re: Manschaping - to shave or not to shave.

Postby jonbaldbg » Sun May 14, 2017 6:57 pm

ddbryan1972 wrote:Nehedia,
You are a hoot! I'm thinking about trying the Nair. How does it work? Can I get a chemical burn easily?


Rev. Donnie,

Let me know how Nair works out for you. I may give it a roll. Lord knows I need all the perceived length I can get and it might seem a little longer shaved!!!
62 years old. ED for years. High BP and meds have done me in. AMS 700 CX /3.0 cm RTE Implanted by Andrew Kramer on 10/12/16. Involved revision to relocate tubes and pump performed 12/29/16 by Dr. Knoll of Nashville, TN.

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Re: Manschaping - to shave or not to shave.

Postby treetop » Sun May 14, 2017 10:57 pm

I don't yet have an Implant, I am on the pending list... But will still take a turn...
I can't lie since my Introduction has picture haha..

Face - Clean shaven since the 70's/80's
Chest - medium hair until about 2000 when I did LHR (Laser Hair removal).. now almost no hair.
Dick and balls, shaved from navy days until 2000 - LHR there also.
Now I shave maybe twice a month, chest stomach and all the way down.
easy shave as there is not much after the LHR.
My wife back then loved it. Divorced now, but my last gf loved it, and my current gf loves it.
Sex just feels better, as do the BJ's when I get them:)
Treetop -- (TT)
Implant - Pending insurance decision
My Introduction - viewtopic.php?f=14&t=7775
Looking at June or maybe late October 2018

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Re: Manschaping - to shave or not to shave.

Postby ShopMan » Mon May 15, 2017 12:52 am

I'm with Rev. Donnie. Let us know how it works out.
80 yrs. Married 60 years. Hypertension but under control with meds.

ED since 1995. Viagra then switched to Cialis. Both quit working.
Was on Trimix. Tri-Mix quit working. Implanted by Dr. Novak Grand Rapids, Mi 12/16/2014 AMS LGX

seeking info
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Re: Manschaping - to shave or not to shave.

Postby seeking info » Mon May 15, 2017 3:02 am

Interested in the Nair also..nott bionic but trim above shaft but clean around base..balls are hairless and a pain to keep that way. Nair sounds great just wanna know about chemical burns... I am very fair skinned..so of the utmost importance to me . why all the rude remarks about this post. Why does it matter which subject its under. . I do not have an implant but I read the implant category just like I read allmothers. I care about all my friend and fellow suffers here. No matter what our common denominator. Is coping and conquering ED.. Anyway possible. Lord knows you find out a whole lot here and none of these subjects are ever discussed openly with any other means groups. Thank younRev. Ronnie for this post. I did learn something that i never would have asked a friend. In person. Guys share photos advice and everything here that most never talk about anywhere else. All the photos help us all. Thanks to everyone. I shave and trim because its cleaner less hot and because mynwife appreciates it when she visits down there. My wife and I shower together everyday. We have a blast . thank you all for your openness and your willingness to share your most private habits.
Blessings
Seeking info...ska Scott
Medically retired. Due to very bad back issues..multiple surgeries. Implanted pain infusion system on long term opiodal meds; hypogonadism and hypothyroid as a side effect from intrathecal pain infusion system. Use low dose generic V

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Re: Manschaping - to shave or not to shave.

Postby dirtman1993 » Mon May 15, 2017 7:51 am

I vote for shaving as my late wife introduced me to it in 1982 and have shaved ever since. Since she passed, the women I have been with also shaved and it made oral that much nicer, no hair in the mouth or between your teeth. If any of the guys have a different cut other then smooth, lets see who has the best of most unique design.

Also, what razor do you use and shave cream? I have a Fusion with 5 blades and seems the best I have found so far. As to the shave cream, it comes in tube and can be purchased at Walgreens. Also got one from Amazon and it was probably the best. Will get name and post here later.
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Re: Manschaping - to shave or not to shave.

Postby Donnie1954 » Fri May 19, 2017 5:51 am

Guys,
Please post any future comments on 'General Discussion' so I will have only one thread.
Thanks guys. Your the greatest!
Donnie
Implant AMS 700 CX, MS (18cm x 12mm with 5.5cm RTEs) on 10\4\16. 64 Dr. Edward Kata of Orlando. Awesome surgeon. Check out, 'DD Bryan. My implant journey, Wit and Wisdom, Stretching routine, Implant Pics, Natural Hang. Live in Ga.
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Re: Manschaping - to shave or not to shave.

Postby jonbaldbg » Fri May 19, 2017 6:36 am

Did anyone ever come up with a result of using Nair? Is is safe?
62 years old. ED for years. High BP and meds have done me in. AMS 700 CX /3.0 cm RTE Implanted by Andrew Kramer on 10/12/16. Involved revision to relocate tubes and pump performed 12/29/16 by Dr. Knoll of Nashville, TN.

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Re: Manschaping - to shave or not to shave.

Postby DonBecker54 » Fri May 19, 2017 9:22 am

Did anyone ever come up with a result of using Nair? Is is safe?


Well, I posted. I've been using Nair for several years, and it works just fine. Just don't leave it on too long, and don't try to use it twice in one day. If there's still some hair left, get it the next day.

The skin on my scrotum and penis is so thin that I sometimes will break the skin and bleed by just pumping up the implant. So, razors and scissors are out of the question.
Butchered by Dr. Douglas Milam, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, in January 2016. Lost 2" Before After


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