thelenght78 wrote: Hi gents, I’ve been lurking on here now for some time and I think it’s time for to take the plunge but I’m quite nervous about the whole filler procedure.
After reading different reviews most of them good and some bad ones too, so basically I’m just looking some reassurance.
I’ve been doing PE for quite a while now and I’m just fed up with all the time it’s taking up and getting no where. I’m roughly average in measurements but my wife basically gets of when I have pumped and use a cockring you can see the excitement in her face , the problem is she’s doesn’t know I pump and it’s hard for me to find the time with 2 small kids.
I’m looking to get 15ml of Volux and was wondering if anybody on here had this procedure and could make me feel at ease with the whole thing.
Any feedback would be much appreciated.
, or basically the "filler procedure" as you said, is remarkably effective in producing results - but the extent of gains, longevity, and costs are all variables that you'll also have to accept as a part of the process. By comparison, PE can take months, if not years to see even a 0.25" (0.6cm) in circumference, where you can double that in under an hour.
I'd even go as far as to argue that injectable Phalloplasty
is as safe, or safer than manual PE, especially if Hyaluronic Acid
) is involved, like Volux. The types of exercise involved in honing Girth
include (but are not limited to) pumping, Jelqing
, and Clamping
. These not only have potential to cause injury if performed improperly and/or excessively, but can also cause unseen damage which may later manifest into the Peyronie's Condition (I've been told this by a Reconstructive Urologist
who sees this kind of stuff everyday). I'm not trying to scare anyone by the way, there are a lot of practical applications for these exercises, some of which are coupled with these procedures. I'm just pointing out that the Girth
-based exercises aren't without risk.
Honestly, the use of HA
by an experienced & skilled practitioner is the best way to reduce whatever nervousness you may be experiencing. You'll absolutely see gains, although to which extent will depend on a case-by-case basis. You'll be surprised how smooth these procedures really end up going. It's non-surgical & outpatient, meaning you can resume activities relatively quickly.
Reach out to Francis of Androfill
, he's a wealth of knowledge.