Namm wrote: I have devoured the forum over the past couple of weeks reading everything form posts from 2014-19 etc so I have a couple of questions regarding the latest consensus.
I've decided to do HA - I wish to try it first and see if it works well for me.
1. What is the current general consensus on the best product to go for? Which will make the erection the most strong and firm? I've read accounts of people finding their erection too soft - is this still the case? How much of a problem is this?
2. I am thinking about doing the procedure in Bangkok by Dr Chayut - I haven't found a great deal of info on him on the site but I did private message with a redditor who recommended his experience - he spoke about not really needing to mould the penis after due to the skill of the doctor when injecting - is there any truth to this?
Thanks in advance. These accounts on the forum have given me such hope and I will endeavour to document with pics my whole journey as it really makes a difference to others.
That's the way to do it! 2014-2019 is a great window of study and I'm glad you've put the time in.
As for your questions: 1. What is the current general consensus on the best product to go for? Which will make the erection the most strong and firm? I've read accounts of people finding their erection too soft - is this still the case? How much of a problem is this?
I don't know that there is a general consensus on a specific HA brand, but products like Voluma, Juvaderm, and Restaylne stand out as the most commonly used for penile application(s). I suspect the "erection too soft" may be a result of over-filling, which could make any volume filler palpable and thus "squishier" or "softer." HA in my opinion is best used as either a spot-filler -OR- girth enhancer in low-to-moderate volumes. 2. I am thinking about doing the procedure in Bangkok by Dr Chayut - I haven't found a great deal of info on him on the site but I did private message with a redditor who recommended his experience - he spoke about not really needing to mould the penis after due to the skill of the doctor when injecting - is there any truth to this?
There are Clinics and Practitioners popping up left & right now that this procedure-type is proving its efficacy over time. That's also why I'm careful to vet potential Sponsors (and have even turned down some in recent months, despite it being a potential revenue stream) as I take pride in the legitimacy of this site and those Sponsoring it --> this isn't a standardized or universally accepted medical field, making it far more susceptible to quacks, hacks, and scam artists.
Fortunately, HA injections represent the safest technique (only rivaled by FFT) on the market and most newly advertising clinics are going to vary on quality/workmanship and not so much safety/malpractice. That said, I'd still try to find a practitioner with some sort of presence or relevance online. If Thailand is a consideration, would you be willing to travel to Australia or is that too far/expensive at this stage? I only ask because Dr. Oates with CALIBRE specialize in HA and have had stellar results (can be found here and on PB 2.0, photos and all).
HA PROS: Injected with something that naturally occurs in your body and is about as safe as a filler can get.
HA PROS: Is both temporary and immediately reversible should you be dissatisfied with the results, which continues to boost its safety profile.
HA PROS: Can provide both a visual and tangible increase in size.
HA CONS: Temporary fillers require top-offs periodically and indefinitely to maintain desired size. Despite it re-absorption varying patient-to-patient, you could easily see the necessity of injections once every couple/few years to maintain a set girth. This is true for all temporary fillers (HA, Ellanse, Radiesse, and Fat), so it's more of a "reality" than it is a "negative."
HA CONS: Is not ideal for large volume gains. Due to its volume-filler nature, it's best used used in low-to-moderate amounts to prevent a squishy or palpable penis. This again is more a "reality" than a "negative" since gains as "small" as 0.25 inches are tangibly/noticeably thicker, and I could see gains as high as 0.5 - 0.75 inches working on some units. Simply compare something as much as 0.25 inches thicker to your current penis and see how crazy it is to chase whole inches of girth.
HA CONS: Since any physician performing elective, cosmetic medicine can employ its use, there are many who aren't necessarily trained or skilled in the proper injection techniques and may not provide the best aesthetic, natural results (pardon this crude analogy, but someone who does nails for a living wont necessarily give you a great hair cut just because they are allowed to use clippers & scissors).
I personally give HA a thumbs up because in my opinion, represents the safest means to enhancing one's girth. It isn't the most ideal, nor the longest-lasting, but it sure has the safety profile going. Even fat transfers, which were traditionally what I regarded as the safest means of enlargement, can't compete with HA. This is because fat extraction can be somewhat invasive and HA doesn't have that problem at all.
- I'd like to take a gander.
Good luck in your search, please keep us posted on what you learn, who you see, etc - and we'd all like to follow your eventual progress reporting .