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Penile Implant Complications
Penile implant is the surgical means (as the last resort) to restore physical ability for intercourse so to extend the experience in sex pleasure, in turn, enriching the quality of personal &social life. The procedure is done through 1-2 (usually 1) incision (of 3-4 inches) to implant cylinders conforming to the chambers of corpora cavernosa with high satisfaction ...Read more
Here is...: Penile implant is the surgical means (as the last resort) to restore physical ability for intercourse so to extend the experience in sex pleasure, in turn, enriching the quality of personal &social life. The procedure is done through 1-2 (usually 1) incision (of 3-4 inches) to implant cylinders conforming to the chambers of corpora cavernosa with high satisfaction rate. Detail? Ask urologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Diminished Size: By the nature of how an implant works, there is expected to be a decrease in length, though not substantial. These implants are only used for creating a usable erection for patients unable to do so with medications or injections. Once you have an implant, you will forever require an implant. No more natural erections will occur. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No,...: The original penis is still the biggest &best one that a man can have in lifetime. Penile implant is always shorter &smaller than the penis in young age. Remember: even aging itself is a form of handicap which will surely worsen over time; any surgery is reserved as the last resort of caring for a "disease" so to keep a person going in life, but never like that in young time. Ask doc &be real. ...Read more
Penile implants: Once you have an inflatable implant installed, i'm not sure of a way to make the erection bigger, since the inflatable parts have a maximum volume capacity. I'd defer to my colleagues in urology for more insight, or if there are newer models that can increase the penile implant length without another surgery. ...Read more
Here are some...: Penile implant is the last resort for managing ED after failing to all conservative options like oral PDE-5 inhibitors, PUMP, penile injection or urethral suppository of alprostadil, In general, most of patients after uneventful penile implantation should be able to use it as instructed. More? Ask the implanting urologist. More on ED? To http://www.formefirst.com/ED-Rx-options.html. Best wish... ...Read more
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