The accordion effect is a common thing among uncircumcised patients that have tried Girth enhancement with fillers, and it is the clumping of the skin at the base of the penis when it is retracted. Making sexual intercourse difficult.
This effect will be present with any filler of your choice if you remain uncircumcised. If you really want to commit yourself on getting the best possible result, then we recommend you to get a Circumcision first.
Zolki wrote: Hi guys. What's the maximum Girth gain without the accordion effect? Is it always happen? I'm only looking at 0.3-0.4inch gain and I'm uncut
I'll see if I can get a Sponsor to chime in but I'm under the impression that there are too many variables with injecting an uncircumcised penis, making it rather difficult to assess the upper-limit of product you can take before experiencing the accordion effect.
Personal advice would be either (a) consider Circumcision as an option and (b) if that is out of the question for any reason (all reasons are valid), look at temporary volume fillers like Hyluronic Acid (HA) in low-to-modest volumes. I think a 0.3-0.4 Inch gain is definitely achievable with this suggestion. It isn't hard to find an HA injector but I'd recommend someone with experience, namely any of our Sponsors as starters.
I'd probably avoid collagen-inducing temporary fillers like Ellanse and Radiesse if it's the accordion effect risk we're trying to minimize. And of course, steer clear of silicone, in any iteration.
Zolki wrote: I'm based in UK. Think Androfil is the best option over here and yeah I would rather stay uncut. I'm thinking of HA volux.. Girth is now at 4.7 and I would love to get 5-5.1. Thanks for replay
No problem. Be sure to use the code PB2020 when booking for a 5% discount (Note* I don't get referral bonuses or commission, this discount is to all PhalloBoard members). HA is the way to go if you're going to remain uncircumcised and looking for modest gains. Good luck!