uncuthero wrote: I had 15cc of bellafill last friday so im a week in you can say when erect i get this big lump my girth went from 4.6 to almost 6.1 dont know exactly why such a big increase but its made a bump where i circled in the picture.When i touch my penis it feels rubbery anyone has had this before?
You appear uncircumcised and so if I were to guess, this could be a minor case of the accordion effect.
I really would like to spend this Spring addressing this aesthetic anomaly. It poses no risk to the form or function of your penis, just purely a cosmetic side-effect. The reason I'd like this to be discussed at large is because the vast majority of American men (I've seen stats ranging from 70-80%) are circumcised so they hardly ever have to deal with the accordion effect.
This may also explain why many American physicians don't see this problem and therefore have no issue taking men of all types. I believe this is a conversation I'd like to have with them as well. If you go to South America or Europe with a higher population of uncut men, the Doctors practically make you sign a waiver.
Remember gentlemen, this is a field that still lacks standardization, there are no textbooks on how to properly inject uncut men successfully 100% of the time. The hope here is that through networking, Sponsors & non-Sponsors alike can continue finding ways to solve the uncut problem. This reminds me of glans enhancement and lengthening... somethings remain experimental. Only girth has really gotten it down pat in my opinion.
Uncircumcised men have a higher frequency of experiencing this issue. That isn't to say uncut men can't have successful results, but the fact remains that this aesthetic irregularity comes with the territory of injectable fillers.
If a man chooses to remain uncut but wants to eliminate this altogether I'd recommend
- Surgimend (or some kind of dermal graft) - Dr. Victor Liu and Dr. Mark Solomon perform this. It is surgical and more invasive then getting injections, but can provide very aesthetic results without the "accordion effect."
- Go low volume Hyaluronic Acid (HA). This way, if you end up getting the "accordion effect", at least at low volumes HA is both temporary and reversible, so you aren't necessarily going to have to keep it that way forever.
Or you can get cut/circumcised, but I know that can be a touchy subject for some guys. It's a trade-off if you really want the most aesthetic natural look. I'm actually in talks with a Clinic in Canada that does thousands of adult circumcisions and vasectomies, something to consider if you are uncut and wish to get dermal filler injection enhancement. @uncuthero
I wouldn't say it looks bad and ended up being quite a think unit in the end. Oh and if you have that much change in girth, it'll be palpable. Many describe the feeling of very thick PMMA as "rubbery" although trust me, your partner(s) won't notice or care. Just feels like thicker skin.