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In case of Urology visit.... 11 months 1 week ago #1308704399

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.....Do you think they can easily see that you had HA (or Ellansè;Pmma) procedure?

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In case of Urology visit.... 11 months 1 week ago #1308704404

There is absolutely no reason to withhold this information from a Urologist; not only does patient confidentiality protect your privacy, but a Urologist (especially) will need to know any alterations made to your manhood if he or she is to perform a proper evaluation and make an accurate assessment.

I suppose if you were going to your Primary Care for a routine check up, and the topic isn't brought up, it probably isn't a big deal you choose not to solicit the information (especially if you aren't having any health issues down there), but the likes of a Urologist who specializes in examining the penis ought to know for your (and your health's) sake.

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In case of Urology visit.... 11 months 5 days ago #1308704481

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Yeah got the point and you're right.
Only that here most of the urologists and andrologist are very much against any kind of Male Enhancement procedure (you should read some of docs comments on local forums to those who ask informations about it) and it's kind annoying to be scolded by a doc in case of a visit or check up.

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In case of Urology visit.... 11 months 5 days ago #1308704493

tiritera wrote: Yeah got the point and you're right.
Only that here most of the urologists and andrologist are very much against any kind of Male Enhancement procedure (you should read some of docs comments on local forums to those who ask informations about it) and it's kind annoying to be scolded by a doc in case of a visit or check up.


Yes, many Doctors are still in the dark about the advancements made in modern Phalloplasty, sure, but it doesn't change the importance of sharing this information when having your manhood examined by a medical professional. Whatever "scolding" you have to endure pales in comparison to what you'd have to endure if you got a wrong diagnosis because you failed to share pertinent information.

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