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Penuma- PLEASE answer if you had procedure like me: Thinking of removal 1 year 3 days ago #1308712337

So, it has been 4 months since I had the Penuma put in. I was told by implant Dr that the implant would eventually "drop" from the pubic area. It has not moved a smidgen, or in the slightest. FOR THOSE WHO HAD THE PROCEDURE, did your portion of the implant over the pubic bone ever "drop" where you no longer felt it there?

I know "just 4 months"... but 2 things are driving me crazy:

1- I always feel it. My 4 year old throwing a tennis ball that would hit me in the pubic area 6 months ago, wouldn't even have had me blink. Today I would scream or yelp. it is basically always sore. I am very active, and ran 10 miles yesterday. Pubic area is so danged sore today, especially on left-side... worried too of additional scar issue forming. It is sore after sex with wife as well. It is sore in mornings too. Why?

Imagine a woman with a dildo in her vagina. You take the dildo and keep pressing downward very firmly and consistently on the dildo, where the end inside of her now has the dildo constantly pressing against the "roof" of her vaginal cavity. Doing so, there will be a point where that constant pressure gets super uncomfortable and unpleasant to her.

That is what it is like for me. The implant is in the so-called pubic "pocket". That part of the implant doesn't move. But upon Erection, the penis "lifts" and presses the implant against your pubic bone. Nightime erections and REM sleep that leads to them, means constant erections at night and sore pubic area in morn.

2) My penis Erection angle. I previously had a penis that would point toward my chin, when standing up with Erection. Now, the absolute best I can do is have it point straight outward... usually slightly down towards the floor. I hate it. The stiffness of the implant has the implant always wanting to point downward. I can't even do missionary with my wife any more. The penis is forced out.

If this implant won't "drop" as I was assured my my doc, or my Erection angle doesn't return to its glory (or close)? I am thinking about Removal, despite loving how it looks Flaccid. But if these issues will self-resolve, I may hang on. There are other things I have issue with, but will leave things here, for now.

I truly appreciate your help, and experiences you share.

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Last edit: by JumpOnTheTrain.

Penuma- PLEASE answer if you had procedure like me: Thinking of removal 1 year 15 hours ago #1308712393

Which doctor did you use for this and why didnt you go the scrotal entry way?

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Penuma- PLEASE answer if you had procedure like me: Thinking of removal 1 year 11 hours ago #1308712397

Sorry to hear about your ordeal. I have NOT had the procedure but I can certainly share what I know.

As you may or may not know, the Penuma is incredibly unpopular on the PhalloBoards platform, and rightfully so. It hasn't exactly had the best history with our Community, and many members (especially on the PhalloBoards 2.0 forums ) have lamented their decisions to have it implanted.

I'd strongly recommend getting a few medical opinions on whether removal is the right choice. My all-time recommendation for this situation in particular is Dr. Solomon, but I do have additional names (both Sponsors & Non-Sponsors) that can serve as 2nd or 3rd opinions if you'd like (simply email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for that additional info).

In my personal opinion, the Penuma is an obsolete method that's inherently flawed for reasons I've discussed ad nauseum (you can use the Search function on this site or on PhalloBoards 2.0 if you wish to learn more about my criticisms). I'm not going to tell you whether or not to remove it, I'm not a medical professional, however if it were me, I'd certainly get 2nd or 3rd opinions from Doctors who don't employ the surgical implantation of the Penuma.

Good luck!

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Last edit: by Skeptical_One.

Penuma- PLEASE answer if you had procedure like me: Thinking of removal 11 months 3 weeks ago #1308712499

i have the implant done i can answer your question

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