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TOPIC: Losing Length w/ Fillers

Losing Length w/ Fillers 1 year 10 months ago #1308699117

Soo.. what's the final word on this. I remember reading several reports of guys going in for PMMA and coming out having lost erect length. I asked Dr C about this when I went in for Ellanse and he said it isn't factual, and they just appear shorter because of the increased Girth.

However, I appear to have lost about .25 or maybe a little more on erect length, a couple weeks out from Ellanse. Might be EQ? Not sure. Would like to hear others experiences. Did this happen to you? If so, how much did you lose, and did you get it back?

Also, why would this happen?

Thanks

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Losing Length w/ Fillers 1 year 10 months ago #1308699120

dstern22 wrote: Soo.. what's the final word on this. I remember reading several reports of guys going in for PMMA and coming out having lost erect length. I asked Dr C about this when I went in for Ellanse and he said it isn't factual, and they just appear shorter because of the increased Girth.

However, I appear to have lost about .25 or maybe a little more on erect length, a couple weeks out from Ellanse. Might be EQ? Not sure. Would like to hear others experiences. Did this happen to you? If so, how much did you lose, and did you get it back?

Also, why would this happen?

Thanks


I think the 0.25" is within the +/- range of erection quality variation, or at least a plausible reason.

Other variables like did your fat pad get thicker, improper measuring (like an error reading either the first time you measured, or post-injection), and the aforementioned erection quality make more sense. I just don't see the mechanism behind length loss when all that's happening is the thickening of your skin.

My guess? The length loss might be due to the skin being tugged at the base do to sheer Girth. Doesn't sound right, but since most people who've reported length loss have always reported insignificant losses (like fractions of an Inch)... this could maybe explain it?? I also don't think the losses have been reportedly permanent, and if I've forgotten any legit claims of permanent length loss that are not explainable by the aforementioned theories, I'd really like to figure it out. It just wouldn't make any sense from a anatomical point-of-view.

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Losing Length w/ Fillers 1 year 10 months ago #1308699124

Just thinking out loud here, but I’ve read reports of individuals who have had filler migrate in the first few days, is it possible some of the filler has migrated to the base pad (Same concept as thicker fat pad), causing loss of functional length?

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Explaining Growth 1 year 10 months ago #1308699125

Skeptical_One wrote:

ToughPilllToSwallow wrote:

Skeptical_One wrote: This makes me wonder how much of a change the average, normal woman is going notice after a year or more apart from a guy who ended up getting injections. You have "modest" , "significant" and "undeniable" changes. My hunch is most women who've had a long enough time apart from a guy who later got PMMA usually wont notice modest and some significant gains... my hunch is they don't dwell on our Dick's nearly as much as we do and, short of a massive change, probably chalk it up to a stronger erection.

Like up to 0.5" I feel is modest, 0.5"-1" is significant, and anything more than 1" is undeniable. There are a lot of other variables, like if she's already a snug fit, a modest gain may be more noticeable. Perhaps you can share with us your final result (your signature says a 7/8" gain in circumference) and her vaginal type & sexuality? Might hint us to whether or not you'll even have to make an excuse, OR, the nature of the excuse if she asks.

Even though we're missing some variables, here are two options that come to my mind:
I'm assuming you haven't hooked up with her for a while because you mentioned the "doing PE for years" excuse. If this is the case, you can legit act like nothing's changed. You could give her an awkward look like she's crazy and laugh with a "thanks!" and brush it off like you don't notice a difference. Throw in a "my erection quality has improved with diet and cardio" and she'll chalk it up to cloudy memory.

The other option (especially if she's the kind that does notice and chooses to investigate), is to go with injury excuse like justn8 recommended. "Scar tissue" and "plaque" (like in Peyronie's) may have thickened the shaft, and your "Urologist said so." I doubt she'll ask anything else other than "is it okay?" and "does it hurt?" and tell her it's fine and it shouldn't get any worse.

The fact that you feel the need to make an excuse (and that's OKAY, I think most single men would) indicates that your best bet is not to reveal any sort of penis enlargement endeavor.


Well, I've got round two coming up in a couple of weeks. So far I'm at 7/8" gain, but round 2 should put me close to 1.5", which is well into undeniable territory. And I'm going to tell her that I'm much bigger. That's how I'm going to get her into bed. I know this girl, and that's the way to go about this.

So in order to explain, I think you're both right that I shouldn't mention PE. That leaves the injury idea. I think I was hiking or something and had a freakish fall on a rock which happened to bruise the hell out of my penis. It was black and blue and swollen for a week. And it just stayed that size. Urologist says it's completely healthy. Do you think an intelligent girl will buy that?


It depends. If she's not the inquisitive type, maybe. However, remember this: she could and will likely share your excuse with her friends. Someone will tell her that sounds like bullshit because it is LOL. So if you're going to go the injury route, you ought be a bit more technical so that only the well-versed will know what'sup: pick like two medical terms (scar tissue, plaque, fibrosis, Peyronie's, etc) and follow it up with something like "my doctor said it's very rare when a shaft gets this thick from the injury but it is possible, and that I'm lucky." Far more plausible and easier to pass the BULLSHIT test.


Yeah, she just got her BS in chemistry, so she may be somewhat literate in medical jargon. Could impact trauma potentially cause fibrosis/pyronies?

I lost about an Inch of EL, but it came back over a few weeks. According to Ian, that's fairly common and it's just due to all the inflammation.

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