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Jerry 706 Rep.

Is hard penile implant prosthesis operation working?
Yes, penile implant prosthesis inflatable pump surgery is working. I’m horny most of the time, especially while nude; and I stay nude as much as possible. It takes me much longer to shower and shave. I pump up the inflatable penile implanted prostheses when I go to the steam or sauna. I’m proud of it. I wear it pumped up at night.
Erosion of the prosthesis rods through the head of ones penis is one of the problems that requires immediate medical attention. Therefore, one needs to deflate your penile implant while wearing confining clothing.

You don’t want to put continuous downward pressure on the head of your penis, over the ends of the rods. Pushing the whole penis downward is not much of a problem. Pushing it upward and bending it down over the pubic bone is not comfortable at all. The illustrations that I’ve seen with the penis standing tall do not fit my situation at all.

Would I do it again? Most definitely. Three other guys have told me that they and their spouses/partners love thier penis inflatable pump implant. I agree with them. Women love it. I don’t have a partner, but masturbation is addictive with the penile implant. I’m fondling it now through my gym shorts. One thing to expect is that head of your penis will deflate when you start thrusting activities and as a result will not have the warmth provided by the normal flow of blood. Not a big problem here.

Ejaculation? Same as before the implant. Sensation and feeling? Same as before the implant.

I’ve read of an penile inflatable implant that pumps both longer and wider. The first penis with implant that I examined was very short. But it was almost the diameter of a soft drink can. The guy’s wife was most satisfied.

One man told me that his URO at a VA hospital “promised” him that his penis would not lose length. It came out of surgery slightly longer. The guy exclaimed, “I love it! I love it! I love it!”

Would I do it any differently? The only “bad thing” about the penis implant prosthesis is that you can’t go to the doc and order the newest model. I do not know whether Medicare still covers this procedure. Medicare and insurance paid almost all of the surgery and hospital expenses.

There are rod and inflatable implant support groups such as US TOO that help in decision making. There were fifty to sixty men and partners at the first penis implant presentation. There were two or three men and a highly regarded URO who made presentations. The show and examine appointments were made through the URO’s office. Locate a urologist doctor near you.

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