Hey guys, so even though it’s only Wednesday most of my swelling is gone. Ian said I was healing faster than normal. It’s probably due to the TRT I’m on (HGH). I’m not very good at the whole pushing product around thing so I’m really glad I decided to stay a whole week. Tbh when Ian does it I literally break out in a sweat from the pain, but I’m thankful because otherwise I would probably end up lopsided or something. Anyway, I sent pics over to the lady, she said “Jesus it’s so girthy, it doesn’t look real” so that’s good news, I think lol. Erect it looks completely natural, except for the fact that it’s gigantic, for me anyway. Flaccid it’s more fat and has the sort of bloated appearance but I also have a larger glans so it doesn’t look unbalanced, just not what it used to look like. I haven’t done any measuring because it probably does have at least a bit of swelling left, and I don’t have a tape laying around at the hotel. Anyway, my opinion is to stick around as long as you can to make sure you get Ian to manage anything you aren’t doing correctly. He’s a pro.
I haven’t gotten a chance to do any measurements because I’m staying on a friends couch right now and studying for med school final exams, But I know length stayed the same according to the Apple iPhone measuring tool hahaha. Girth had expanded from 5.2 inches to 6.6 inches circumference inches which is a lot considering I only got 10 CCs of Ellanse. Maybe still some swelling? Doesn’t seem that way though.
Well that's a huge gain even with some swelling! Cheers, mate. When you get a chance, photos are majorly helpful for members like me still in the process of picking a filler option.
Any comments on the texture/hardness are also appreciated and help with decision-making.
Good luck on your exams! Funny timing slipping away for some Girth enhancement before your finals haha
ToughPilllToSwallow wrote: You’re a fourth year med student? That’s interesting. I don’t recall ever seeing a doctor on this board.
You know what I mean. As a patient.
Haha true. We did have one veteran member named IDM (Informed Decision Maker) on the 2.0 site who was a medical student. Due to their "ripeness" to the discipline, they definitely make good point-of-views.