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Simple Questions 10 years 5 months ago #1273882293

Can you have the PRFM injection after PMMA?

Can anyone speak to PRFM effectiveness longitudinally?

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Simple Questions 10 years 5 months ago #1273882532

I have not seen many gains from PRFM......

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Simple Questions 10 years 5 months ago #1273911723

Trying wrote: I have not seen many gains from PRFM......


Ok, thank you for the response.




Come on sons none of you have had this or what

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Simple Questions 10 years 5 months ago #1273922791

There are a couple of threads dedicated to PRFM. You should read through those first.

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Simple Questions 10 years 5 months ago #1273926680

biggerbob wrote: There are a couple of threads dedicated to PRFM. You should read through those first.


Seen em. Old, was looking for new blood (no pun intended). Honestly though I doubt I would get PRFM unless in recovery from surgery or damaged my Cock some other way. Seriously if it did everything it said it would and the results lasted for any length of time every man on the planet would have had this injection years ago tbh.

/e in other news, I just emailed this to a Dermatologist nearby...

I believe in plain speaking so I\'m going to put this bluntly...

I\'m thinking of going to Tijuana, Mexico to have a Dermatologist inject PMMA into my Cock to make it thicker. I am wondering on a scale of 1-10, 1 being, \"wow that\'s a great idea\" or 10 being \"you\'re fucking stupid if you go through with that\" where this idea rates? In other words, is this procedure safe with this person who has had 6 years experience doing it and what is the worst possible outcome that could happen with this procedure. Thanks!

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Simple Questions 10 years 5 months ago #1273928030

Insight wrote: I\'m thinking of going to Tijuana, Mexico to have a Dermatologist inject PMMA into my Cock to make it thicker. I am wondering on a scale of 1-10, 1 being, \"wow that\'s a great idea\" or 10 being \"you\'re fucking stupid if you go through with that\" where this idea rates? In other words, is this procedure safe with this person who has had 6 years experience doing it and what is the worst possible outcome that could happen with this procedure. Thanks!

Was this what you emailed to the Dermatologist, or was this something you were asking us here at PhalloBoards? Would you really take some random internet opinions on whether it was a \"1\" or a \"10\" on such an important decision?

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Simple Questions 10 years 5 months ago #1273930431

Skeptical One wrote:

Insight wrote: I\'m thinking of going to Tijuana, Mexico to have a Dermatologist inject PMMA into my Cock to make it thicker. I am wondering on a scale of 1-10, 1 being, \"wow that\'s a great idea\" or 10 being \"you\'re fucking stupid if you go through with that\" where this idea rates? In other words, is this procedure safe with this person who has had 6 years experience doing it and what is the worst possible outcome that could happen with this procedure. Thanks!

Was this what you emailed to the Dermatologist, or was this something you were asking us here at PhalloBoards? Would you really take some random internet opinions on whether it was a \"1\" or a \"10\" on such an important decision?


Emailed it to the Dermatologist. My decision has been more or less made it\'s just a matter of mustering up the courage/funds to go through with it. I emailed the nurse there, and he got back to me this morning and told me straight up the worst case scenario would be that an area of the skin develops Necrosis but that this hasn\'t happened yet in the 6 years they\'ve been doing it.

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Simple Questions 10 years 5 months ago #1273975840

but that this hasn\'t happened yet in the 6 years they\'ve been doing it.

Look. We know of several people that have had \"complications\" with Dr C.
If you ask Wade, \"The Front Office\" or Dr C, they say that, \"there have been no complications\". Do not ask the review-ee for a review.
There may very well been several cases that we are not aware of.

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Simple Questions 10 years 5 months ago #1273976392

Tommygun wrote:

but that this hasn\'t happened yet in the 6 years they\'ve been doing it.

Look. 'We know of several people that have had \"complications\" with Dr C.
If you ask Wade, \"The Front Office\" or Dr C, they say that, \"there have been no complications\". 'Do not ask the review-ee for a review.
There may very well been several cases that we are not aware of.


I think it depends on what you define as a \"complication\". If it includes Nodules and uneviness, yes there are definitely many cases of that on this board',...but I believe 'Dr. C\'s office is upfront with the possibility of these occurring. In in fact you are told to expect irregularities. That\'s 'what the touch-ups are for.They have said there haven\'t 'been any serious complications such as Necrosis and granulomas
as as as yet.At this point in time, PMMA is a pioneering PE procedure. It may well have long term disastrous effects...But so far, it seems to have a good short term success rate. There have been a few cases that red flags have been risen. One that springs to mind was Soma, and thankfully it was brought under control...Another is Coolhandluke\'s case, which I believe isn\'t so serious' Gultzmaster\'s recent development is also cause for concern but seems to be being managed.
From 'what I have seen on the site and my personal experience , Dr. C\'s office has been honest and professional. We have threads that encourage guys to talk about any issues or complications.I have followed every PMMA case on this site and I know the history.I agree that we should be cautious about trusting cosmetic doctors at face value, but to say that Dr. C\'s office is lying or not being completely 'truthful about the track record and the potential risks of PMMA is not true (in my opinion).' ' '

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