There are two doctors in the USA that advertise the procedure. They are good doctors. I would not recommend doing it in the USA because the testicle implants sold in the USA do not feel authentic. They are too hard.
Thanks for that info. It's great to see that these doctors (who are sponsors) will help men with these issues. It's a lot better than guessing if a doctor will help you. Some doctors will help with testicles but they do not advertise it.
If there is enough tissue or fat around the testicle implants (made in the USA) it can seem real.
I had two experiences (in a massage) where a person decided that they wanted to play with my Balls. That never happened before because mine were usually hidden inside me (and my scrotum was empty when I was aroused). Both times, the person immediately asked me if I had testicle implants. They came off so fake. One person seemed freaked out about it. That was emotionally very upsetting for me. I had a tough time. The doctor had told me that no one will know. I became uncomfortable with having intimate contact with anyone.
With the new implants made in Europe (Eurosilicone), I had a massage and without asking the person started massaging around my Balls and then started massaging my Balls. I was nervous. but I did not say anything. The person never picked up on the fact that my Balls were fake. I felt normal again and I did not feel like I needed to fear intimate contact anymore.
After that, I decided that I needed to share some of this information. Again, if you have a fat scrotum with a lot of tissue, you may not need the European gel version. Without them, I was afraid for anyone to touch my Balls.
To me, this new pair from Europe feel like real testicles. I did not realize that my self-esteem was so connected to having Balls.
Codyusaf wrote: Dr. Solomon’s message to me on 8/12/2021 said that he does not perform testicular enlargement but that he refers those patients to a different doctor.
Interesting. In his Q&A he does say he performs it - I suppose he may have chosen to discontinue the procedure himself, and has forwarded patients to a separate doctor? I'll update this thread when I find out.