I recently had a major plastic surgery done with lipo to give me a true \"six pack\" and then the fat removed from my abs was used on shoulders, legs, and penis.
Everything is still swollen (surgery was done 12/17/18) but is recovering normally.
The only thing that doesn\'t seem to be \"even\" is my penis unfortunately. I have a lot of fat in the back that seems to have \"clumped\" but the rest of my shaft does not seem to be much different even with the Priapus shot / stem cells they included with the injects of fat into the penis itself. (See attached photos)
Has anyone had this done / have any opinion?
My Doctor has assured me that this will either go done OR he can use hyaluronic acid to even things out.
Is hyaluronic acid a good filler / is there anything else you guys would do?
I am obviously a decent size as is but have always wanted to have a major porn star size... Thank you!
You should be cautious about using an even riskier procedure like PMMA to correct the fat transfer lumps.
A doctor here in the UK would likely lose their medical licence if they were injecting PMMA and there was a complication.
That is why you can\'t get PMMA here.
Even in more forgiving areas like the buttocks PMMA is not allowed.
That is why you have to fly to Mexico to have PMMA.
Having to travel to Mexico because the substance is not allowed at home should indicate that PMMA is not a sensible thing to do.
But PMMA is promoted by senior members of this forum and there are some reports of good results.
The lumps of fat you have will likely even out eventually as the fat that has not survived is passed out of the body over the next few months.
The lumpiness problems you are facing with fat transfer are the reason why fat transfer to the penis is not a good option.
At 6 months if there is unevenness from the fat transfer you can try fat dissolving injections or kenalog10 per hoddle10\'s advice.
You might be better to lower the riskiness of what you are doing, rather than upping the stakes to PMMA.
Ideally, stick to something you can alter or remove (HA), or something you aren\'t going to be stuck with permanently (Ellanse).
PMMA can also have poor outcomes, so you could be adding to your problems by trying to use PMMA to correct the lumpy fat transfer results.
Thank you for pointing that out, the >1 year solution of HA with permanent fat indeed seems alarming considering the injections would have to be done on a \"custom\" basis so often and I would constantly be running the risk of something bad happening.
My Doctor advised using a Vitality pump and playing with it.
Is there anything else to do in the meantime? I am a very proactive person. Thanks.
In my opinion, HA as a correction to a \"permanent\" procedure is ridiculous.
But honestly, if possible, you need to forget about PE for at least 6 months or preferably a year and then come back for advice. You might find that things settle down more evenly, to the point you don\'t require anything else. Before taking the next step you need the result from your FFT to be stable. At the moment you will still have some swelling and more fat will probably absorb.
Very cool! So is HA something that lasts a few years like a filler or more like my own fat grafted that lasts (hopefully) forever?
And is HA indeed better than the other fillers on the market then?Thanks.
If you want to increase erect length, the options are penis extension devices and hanging weights from the penis, but realistically it can take years of dedication to get an increase of an inch. Most people give up before they see any gain.
If you are overweight then losing weight can help increase the visible length of the penis when erect and flaccid, to some degree.
The surgical option for erect length (disassembly) is too invasive and is not worth considering. The common penis lengthening surgery \'division of the suspensory ligaments\' will only increase the visible flaccid length and is usually not worthwhile either.
Dr C is this website. avantiderma.com/
Implants do not make sense, there is a Dr in California doing this.
Generally the more you increase the size of your penis from its original size the less realistic it will be, particularly with HA. An inch gain (from 5 to 6 inches circumference) is a good target and will put most people into the 99th percentile meaning it will be very unlikely that any sexual partner has seen a penis of your thickness before.
Thank you both, very informative!
Is there anything for length you guys recommend as well / anything I can do in the meantime while I wait it out?
Who is Dr C?
If I do want more Girth after it does even out, is HA the best \"lower risk\" option besides the Ellanse? Not sure the Juvederm or any other options might be better? Not worried about price at all and am happy to travel.
I\'ve heard lots of bad things about implants/PMMA but I\'m overall pretty open minded to \"lower risk\" things.
The doctor is correct, most of the fat will have failed to establish a blood supply at this stage (2 weeks) and will gradually be cleared by the body over the next 6 months.
Fat dissolving treatments might not get rid of stubborn nodules of fat.
Hyaluronic acid is frequently used to balance out the results from uneven fat absorption, or if you want something longer lasting but higher risk (4 years) you could try Ellanse.
PMMA is a permanent filler that is not allowed in the UK. You would need to fly to Mexico for PMMA. It is generally not a good idea to have cosmetic surgery abroad, because if a complication occurs you will need to fly back overseas to have it fixed. Doctors in your home country may be reluctant to treat you.
Personally I wouldn\'t consider HA. I think you need to wait at least 6 months and see how much of the fat absorbs, as it could even out. If it doesn\'t I\'d look into fat dissolving treatments, such as Kybella or I\'d go to Dr C and have him even it out with 10% PMMA.