jacknimble wrote: I just thought some would be interested to know, Dr. Morganstern told me on the phone that it is actually not uncommon for his patients to gain 3 inches in erect length after this procedure. I was pretty amazed to hear that. On the other hand, he also said some things which were literally the opposite of what Dr. Carney said, and with them both being part of the same practice that seemed pretty weird. I have posted a question regarding that discrepancy in the doctor's forum waiting on Dr. Carney to reply.
Dr. Carney performs many of their PE procedures as of late, and if there is any contradiction between them, then that's on them to sort out. Although I sincerely don't think they're trying to give you the run around. Morganstern Urology has been around for some time, but Dr. Carney heads up Morganstern Rejuvall: their phalloplasty operations. I get the impression Dr. Morganstern is more likely to engage in urological services like Peyronie's & revision/repair work (heck, even telephone consultations it seems lol). This may explain why you're getting different answers; they likely have different approaches and expectations.
I'd wouldn't say I believe 3-inch erect gains are realistic (and I'm a bit surprised the Doctor suggested it was common, but maybe he has his reasons?). As a matter of fact, without the commitment to post-op stretching and a little luck, you may want to consider flaccid gains as your best bet.
I'll be curious to see if they have any past cases they can reference, and if any former patients are willing to contact the forum anonymously (assuming they have some Before & Afters)? There is no mystery (my posting history of nearly a decade proves it) that I've never been a fan of ligament procedures simply because there were too many variables. That said, I have contemplated it from time-to-time because I am a grow-er and flaccid gains are historically more common (at least from memory).
To play devil's advocate, I was given a plausible argument by Rejuvall's Office Manager a while back: ligamentolysis reports are extremely rare, especially compared to girth reports.
Combine this with the tedious requirement of post-op stretching (and the subsequent progress reporting required to prove post-op instructions are followed), we simply can't ever have a very clear picture. Like if techniques have improved even a bit, we simply don't have the sample size that could adequately confirm or deny success rates. I'm in no way saying there are a bunch of +3 inch-gainers out there, but there're like 10 lurkers for every active member... I hope others who have tried lengthening will chime in more frequently to share their opinions & advice.
If the discrepancies are still bothering you, then consider other options. I'm afraid if you're looking for guaranteed length, I can't see how any other physician's claim is going to be significantly more valid, short of them giving you zero-guarantees and zero-promises. That said, since Dr. Carney's the one who does all the PhalloBoard's Q&A
for Rejuvall, I'd just ask for him to perform your procedure(s) should you decide go with Rejuvall. He's done great work in the past and has generally positive reviews. @Sinisterone
I'm not opposed to asking them if they are willing to take on a patient who's willing to not only undergo the procedure with tons of photos, but required to track & photograph 3 to 6 months that go along with cementing gains.
Also, on a side note, I'm going to see if I can compel some of my Sponsors (and future Sponsors who are in the mix to be joining in the coming weeks & months) to take on case studies to really test the legitimacy of ligamentolysis with the aid of PhalloBoard's Progress Reporting. This could perhaps get some trial patients in on a discounted price and will better educate the forum on the success rate(s) of this kind of procedure. .