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Length after filler 6 months 3 weeks ago #1308714570

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I’ve noticed that, after my two procedures of filler, my penis is shorter. I was at eight Iraq and now I’m just a little over seven. At first I thought it’s perception because it’s so much thicker now, but doing actual measurements I seem to have lost length. I thought I’d seen something about that in a post but can’t find it. Is that common? Is that a thing? Is it my aging, I’m 58 now

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Length after filler 6 months 2 weeks ago #1308714596

I had the same experience. After 2 procedures my length went from like 7 2/3 down to 7. Been doing a stretching/Hanging routine a few times a week for like 3 weeks and already back to like 7.5. It seems to be coming back relatively fast doing that.

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Length after filler 6 months 2 weeks ago #1308714598

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I had my second procedure done in May and have not done any stretching or pumping since I didn’t notice any gains from the second procedure. I have a follow up in a couple weeks to see what our next steps are. The goal is to settle the nodules down and they’ve pretty much gone away, except for one strip at the base.

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Length after filler 6 months 2 weeks ago #1308714640

You don't actually lose any anatomical length. Sometimes the additional filler (especially at the base) can pull or constrict (wish I can think of a better word) the skin, creating the appearance of lost length (often negligible, seldom significant).

The simple solution is to do mild manual stretching daily (perhaps while you're in the shower), and if you wish to expedite the process, look into pumping or a stretching device routine -- of course be sure to run this by your performing Physician first, but it tends to work like a charm for everyone who has experienced these issue(s).
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