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Voluma at Androfill 1 month 2 weeks ago #1308717450

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Hi All!

New to the forum but have been lurking around for a few weeks now. To give you some context, I’ve never done any kind of PE, I am 27, married with children.

My size insecurity comes from childhood when I knew I was smaller than majority of people I knew. Growing up, that was no different, and recently it has had a major impact on my self-esteem.

I started looking into Girth enhancement, as that’s where i feel like I’m primarily lacking.

My size is:
FL: 3.6”
FG: 4”
EL: 6” (NBP)
EG: 4.4-4.5 (Depending on EQ)

I’d love to at least be in the high average, so the goal is to be at least 5” Girth Erect, that’d make be happy.

I’ve come across Androfill, and upon reading a lot of the posts, I was going to possibly go with Voluma, maybe 10ml to start with, as I’ve read that when people had the Androfill premium, their body absorbed it very quickly.

I am uncut, and don’t really want to be looking at getting cut, as my wife says that she loves it being uncut.

What are your experiences with Voluma? And the Androfill London clinic?, I live in East Midlands, so about 2 hour drive, so it’s not too bad of a journey.

Any pointers would be really appreciated!!

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Voluma at Androfill 1 month 1 week ago #1308717501

They are focusing primarily on Hyaluronic Acid (HA) as it presents the best safety profile among fillers, and they have a new Injector (which I'm waiting to hear back from Francis this week on whether they are full-time or not) that I was originally familiar with from another Clinic (and who did great work).

Honestly, having adequate length (which you do) allows for a better aesthetic end result because you have more surface area for filler. You can easily achieve 5" Girth if you follow their guidelines post-op.

Good luck and keep us posted!

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Voluma at Androfill 1 month 1 week ago #1308717556

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I’m m just looking at the fillers offered at the clinic.

Is there a difference between Voluma and let’s say Androfill Premium?

I’ve read a post somewhere that somebody had Androfill Premium and lost all gains within a few weeks. Is Voluma well known/branded or is there really no major differences?

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Voluma at Androfill 1 month 1 week ago #1308717557

Patkor wrote: I’m m just looking at the fillers offered at the clinic.

Is there a difference between Voluma and let’s say Androfill Premium?

I’ve read a post somewhere that somebody had Androfill Premium and lost all gains within a few weeks. Is Voluma well known/branded or is there really no major differences?


Perhaps @Androfill can chime in. Not sure what post you are referring to but generally speaking, Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is a temporary filler, although it typically is known to last much longer than a few weeks. What should be noted is that there is variation in the rate at which our body breaks down these fillers, and it will vary patient to patient (some last 6 months, some 18 months, I've even heard of 24, albeit rare). What's worth noting is that you don't lose all of it per-se, and on average guys go in annually for top-offs.

For example, Say you gain an inch in girth. Over 18 months you lose half an inch. On your subsequent follow-up appointment, you need less volume to get back to that inch in initial gain. This is a theoretical example, as I've said before, the rate at product dissipation is seemingly variant.

I should also note that is the trade-off HA presents. Sure it is temporary but generally is long-lasting. The trade-off is that it has a strong safety profile, and if you aren't satisfied with your results, you aren't stuck with it forever. I should also note that HA has become increasingly popular on the PhalloBoards (whilst PMMA & Ellanse were forerunners), so this data is evolving daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly. There are multiple factors at play, from filler brand, injector, and even your own body's propensity to breakdown filler.

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