jd123 wrote: If you weren\'t inquiring about Removal, and you were happy with your penis, you wouldn\'t be here...period. Now you want something, now your hear.
Simple as that.
. I wasn\'t inquiring about Removal, I didn\'t ask anything about Removal, I volunteered that I will keep updates if I get Removal,
I don\'t expect you to know that because you have a petty vindictive outlook and jump to conclusions to fit your negative expectations. You have no idea why I\'m here and you don\'t know me. There\'s probably a lot you don\'t know but that doesn\'t keep you from talking.
Again this isn\'t going anywhere. This could have been a useful topic despite you thinking I\'m not worthy to ask. People could have come forward and give their feedback And their experience to a specific inquiry that could have helped people. Apparently that is less important to you than calling people out and patting yourself on the back, which shows your perspective is flawed and shouldn\'t be supported. Now we might as well close this topic.
How does your PMMA feel inside the skin? 7 years 7 months ago #1292832746
Below is a post from messageman I saw a long time ago that stuck with me.
\"I had one member who phoned me routinely every week or so for guidance flatly tell me that when he has his 2nd round, he was never going to come back to the forum again. When I said that it would be helpful to newer members to get feedback from a veteran, he just said that was always his plan and that it was too time consuming. And there I was talking to him (and helping through the process) at 2am in the morning from Tokyo, having to wake up by 6am...Well, since his 2nd round, he hasn\'t even checked in...True to his word. I wonder how this forum would be if everybody thought so selfishly...sheesh.\"
I usually stay out of these spats that spring up every now and then on this board, but I felt the need to say something here. Beast, I admit to agreeing with your stance about selfish posters. But ultimately, you and I are wrong about this. James should feel perfectly free to post any question on here. I\'m not religious but there\'s a good analogy here. Imagine Beast that you and I are devout attenders of a church and have always done everything right in life. Now imagine James, who\'s never gone to church, finally decides to attend a sermon just because something bad happened in his life. Again this is just an analogy, but the point is that we should welcome everyone who wants to contribute, because it helps the ultimate outcome of the board with more information. You & I, who haven\'t had the procedure, but who have contributed much more to the board than James, may ultimately come across his post and find it helpful.
And James, I know it\'s been brought up here before by others who feel that they\'ve been maligned, but there really is no private club here. Surely there\'s a sense of fraternity here that sometimes creates bonds between members, but we\'re all just here to help each other out. Any time that I\'ve been PMd I\'ve answered right away, and any time that I\'ve had a question, members have joined in to help. We all have different things to contribute, and in some cases, areas of expertise. Bottom line is, don\'t sweat the negativity. Keep asking, keep contributing and stay positive. If you do, you may just get the answers and the outcome you seek. Good luck.
Come to the community and read information others provide to make your decision, and can\'t even take the time to give back to the community after you\'ve had the procedure, and expect people to help you when you\'ve had a problem?Give to get bud. Sorry, there is nothing holier than thou about my post. You are right, I haven\'t had the procedure done and have frequently posted in peoples progress reports asking for details on their results/procedures. You are right, I have been on the border of this procedure for over 3 years now. I\'ve also donated to the forums, answered questions regarding phallosan or science topics frequently, and have passed information to other users. I\'ve actively engaged in private conversation, and when the time comes, will update other users of any progress. The difference being, your involvement with this community has only been to benefit yourself. You couldn\'t even take 10 minutes a few times over 5-6 months to tell others how your progress has gone, warned of issues etc. Pretty selfish at minimum.No you don\'t owe me anything. But no one else owes you anything either.
jamesjarmish wrote: No. I was going to make one but I lost the majority of my images. A while ago from my first couple procedures. In any case my results have not been ideal. I am understanding the hard cord strands inside are basically clumping of material that apparently some (most?) people don\'t have. Unfortunately there\'s no way to know if the result you get is normal or not. I have a major lump on the top but aside from that little is noticeable when Erect, or just rubbing my hand along the shaft. However once I start to feel around with even moderate pressing, the hard clump strands underneath are easily felt: I guess I would just ask this from people who have \"good\" results. Is it really like there\'s nothing even there? It just feels like normal skin? If that\'s the case I have had a very strange reaction. I remember cool hand Luke said his hard spots sort of melted away over the years and now it just feels like adipose tissue in the love handles. Hopefully this is what will happen to me. Edit: I\'m also considering full Removal. If I do I\'ll let the board know the outcome. It was worth a shot but at this point the experiment has failed. May be time to cut it all out and go back to natural. Unfortunate.
Typical and selfish. Part of me hopes this discussion just dies and you get nothing out of it. The mentality of using the community to decide to have the procedure, and not even taking the effort to make a minimal progress report (ie give back to the community) is pretty typical and selfish of some users of this site.
@JJ Yup I had those sensations too ( burning, irritated nerve ). Not permanently but from time to time. Also swelling after sex and those strage feelings for the next couple of days. I think it is more common with uncut guys, as in my case, the PMMA filled skin moves a lot. It has all subsided over the years
I have exactly what you are explaining. Hard cord like things everywhere almost. Only about 30% of my penis feels natural. I guess that is the area where it was a success. Other areas feel like what youre explaining. I am hoping to have another procedure (number 6)... in maybe just use micro drops to smooth it out. But I have a feeling it wont work. I, too, am considering Removal. But am unsure if that will just leave me just as bad aesthetically, albeit with a thinner penis. Unaesthetic with a big penis or the same with a thin penis.. so I might just keep it after all. So jealous when I hear of guys that says it feels natural.