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PMMA and ED 4 weeks 2 days ago #1308710419

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I've read through many peoples stories on the board and it seems like many people who have PMMA also have varying levels of ED.
I was wondering if there was any relation between the two.
I know PMMA has plastic in it which can lower testosterone especially when its located so close to androgenic tissue and the testicles.
However it seems that this plastic is trapped in collagenous tissue which in itself should make it stable.

Looking to hear from people who either did or did not get ED after getting PMMA.

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PMMA and ED 4 weeks 2 days ago #1308710420

Mikeman123 wrote: I've read through many peoples stories on the board and it seems like many people who have PMMA also have varying levels of ED.
I was wondering if there was any relation between the two.
I know PMMA has plastic in it which can lower testosterone especially when its located so close to androgenic tissue and the testicles.
However it seems that this plastic is trapped in collagenous tissue which in itself should make it stable.

Looking to hear from people who either did or did not get ED after getting PMMA.


There is no reason to believe there is any relation between the two.

A few things to consider:
Short of staying physically fit & eating well, men will and do experience a decline in Erection quality as they age. In other words, varying degrees of ED are prevalent regardless of penile enhancement.

More importantly, PMMA is not injected into the corpus nor does it find itself circulating in your bloodstream. The correlation of plastics and and their related health issues is based on the lifelong consumption/use of plastics; I don't see how encapsulated bio-compatible microspheres of acrylic that don't increase as you age would have any discernable impact on your hormones or health.

Of course, I can't rule it out for certain, but I'm willing to wager plastics from nearly everything else in your life play a bigger role in impacting your health, assuming any of those adverse effects increases the chances of developing ED.

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