So I was thinking about having the hyaluronic acid penis filler from Androfill.
My Flaccid is pathetic and I just want a slightly thicker penis.
Questions to those who have had fillers.
Are there many risks with this procedure?
Is it easy to mould and how long does it last?
Does your Dick still have veins visible and stay rock hard as before?
Does it really work?
I'm trying to view pictures here as there are not that many at Androfill.
You mistakenly spelled it "hydrochloric" and you definitely don't want that! I corrected the spelling in your post to reflect the correct substance being injected.
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is arguably the safest filler option available. It's non-surgical, easily reversible, and naturally occurring in your body (what you'll be injected with is a formulation, but still HA nonetheless).
If you want an improvement in your Flaccid's size & appearance, HA is a great option. Just don't go over board! Some people have unrealistic expectations and get too much injected, ending up with aesthetic irregularities that require future Revision(s). Fortunately, Dr. Horn historically prefers conservative-to-modest volumes, so you'll be in good hands regardless. Just express to them your goals and make sure you (yourself) stick to them!
The only trade-off with all of these benefits is that HA is temporary, meaning it'll require top-offs in the future. That isn't a bad thing necessarily, and many people get routine injections every few years for different things (example: HA, botox, etc).
Speaking of Androfill, they're offering all PhalloBoard members a 5% discount this Summer, if you decide on going with them be sure to use the Booking Code: PB2020. *Note- PhalloBoards does not get any commission or referral bonuses, the promotion is strictly between Clinic & Patient.
I'm only looking at getting a bit bigger so being realistic.
Do you know where I can get to see more pictures of clients who have had it done?
There isnt many on the Androfill site I was worried it wasnt popular.
Relatively** safe. It's still an elective outpatient procedure which technically means the risk for complications exist, but they're quite low (especially for HA). If there were a scale or spectrum of safety & risk, hyaluronic acid is definitely on the (relatively) safe end.
As for photos, you'll have to peruse this site as well as the PhalloBoards 2.0 found here
Maximussmith wrote: Ha ha I'll have to have a look around. Looking to go with androfill in the uk.
Yes me too. I'm still debating between Hyaluronic Acid and Ellanse ...simply because my GF is a bit of a connoisseur, so I want to be as realistic as possible because as a sexologist, she's going to be pretty open to me about it.
You know how people do wine tasting? Well, I'd rather she didn't spit something squishy out in disgust. Better to stand hard and proud.
I guess you already read a lot of posts on the forums, because experienced people usually do a lot of prep work first like getting enough time off work, a few neck pillows (triple inflatable) so you can hang it between when you sit or sleep, a penis stretcher that doesn't grip the shaft (so you can better mould the H.A), food, drink etc... things like that.
The only thing putting me off H.A is the fact that the Girth is continually lost each day over the 18 month period.
Also, I don't want my Dick to feel like a soft stress ball... because my GF prefers to grip something hard.
That's why I'm considering just going straight for Ellanse.
I'm going to have to think about this some more.
The "squishy" component has two factors from what I've gathered over the years: .
How much is injected. This is why I believe HA makes for a great low-to-modest volume filler for guys who are seeking erect gains in the 0.25-0.5" range, which is rather significant, as well as an improved Flaccid appearance.
Formulation. There are a variety of brands of HA out there, and some are more "squishy" than others. An example is like Macrolane, an HA formulated for breast enlargement (which was never approved) had a few squishy complaints for penile application, whereas HA brands like Juvederm and Restylane prove more effective. On a side note, I've been trying to find a way to get HA-injecting Sponsors to conduct a PhalloBoards HA trial to see which one has the most benefit for penile application. This may have to take place over a few years but I think it'll prove very useful information to the community.
HA also has the benefit of being a "trial" run for future top-offs, or even future filler-swaps that are more long-term or permanent. .