You are asking us what we think, I\'ll share some of my opinion.
dirtybird963 wrote: It is proven that injections can increase the Girth if it is done right and with the right materials.
Of course it\'s proven. It\'s basic conceptually. You inject anything with a filler, you\'ve instantly increased its volume giving the appearance of increased size. FFT
work off the same premise, except those tend to be more semi-permanent & permanent.
dirtybird963 wrote: Whether Loria has the right material is another ?
Actually, it may very well be the most important question. If you seek out fat, botox, PMMA
, etc, you know precisely what you are getting. With Dr. Loria, it\'s a complete mystery. And if something goes wrong, how are you to tell your physician/Urologist
what\'s inside of you (both ingredients and ratios) if Dr. Loria isn\'t willing to release this information to the patient and/or publicly?
dirtybird963 wrote: When I looked at Irishfans story I noticed that he uses steroids which I found out affects collagen growth plus he had sex 8 days after the second procedure when he was suppose to wait atleast 2 weeks before he does anything. That could have something to do with his results but idk.
Are you telling me this should account for zero gains, assuming it were even entirely accurate? And worth noting, Irishfan has had remarkable (and seemingly permanent) gains with PMMA
- why didn\'t the steroids effect those results?? I\'d love to have Irishfan chime in on this.
dirtybird963 wrote: The pics looked ok plus i saw some other pics from other patients that looked ok too.
Well let\'s not forget Irishfan did have some initial gains which was likely all swelling. Who\'s to say these photos don\'t represent the same kind of thing, only to eventually dissipate in time? It isn\'t hard to stimulate temporary increased Girth
in penises, fyi.
dirtybird963 wrote: The way Loria went about answering questions and with the shilling was a red flag.
The history of Phalloplasty
is full of shady doctors, dishonest methods, and unsuccessful (and often times horrific) outcomes. Any red flag, even one, should be taken very seriously.
dirtybird963 wrote: I also read about PMMA and it would be to difficult to go that route plus the possible lumps
Considering how you\'ve gone about reasoning the Platinum procedure, I highly recommend you desist from any penis procedure altogether. That is my opinion. Oh, and as for possible lumps, I suspect that\'s a risk for any filler procedure. Fat, PMMA
, or any filler really. Wouldn\'t you expect a lesser experienced practitioner (using a mystery cocktail injection) to yield aesthetic irregularities more often than those who are more experienced and use lab-manufactured products?
dirtybird963 wrote: Maybe he\'s just experimenting on us to see if he can find a way to make it permanent idk.
This is the most likely scenario, but what\'s unfortunate is how Dr. Loria has gone about all of this. All he had to do from the beginning is explain that he has something experimental that could provide gains, release the information about his mystery cocktail, and get honest feedback from the PE community. It could have been a remarkable endeavor, but instead, we\'re inundated with sales pitches, shills, and shadiness.