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Look on phalloboard. Here’s a starting thread.

http://phalloboards.websitetoolbox….implant-6296789

Absolutely. Document everything. Whatever happens, it will help, and try to get as much from elist in writing as possible.


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Wow..

I haven’t read anything like that until now.

I think there’s a fair amount on phalloboard. I don’t really know the place, so make your own judgement.

What we do know here is that penis enlargement surgery is at best experimental at the moment.

Breast enlargement surgery is a much simpler process and it took a while for that to mature as a field with many cock ups on the way. Even so, recently there have been low grade implants used which have had to be replaced. Generally speaking women can now find an array of competent doctors and reputable places carry out the surgery.

Penis enlargement surgery is at a much earlier stage of development and as such surgeons are trying new techniques all the time and the problems with some techniques don’t show immediately, e.g. reabsorption in fat based girth implants. Also, because it’s experimental, you won’t find the surgery performed at mainstream reputable clinics rather by mavericks in the field. Hopefully, in the end, this leads to some finding the best ways to do this kind of thing but it’s not there yet.

It’s also worth bearing in mind that there is a lot of sales work in this field and a lot of it is rather underhanded. So read anything with scepticism.


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Last edited by memento : 02-12-2016 at .

After I read these first hand accounts of negative experiences a few days ago I became rather depressed until this morning. I was very hopeful dr elists procedure was the answer I’d been waiting for. It was very disappointing to have that bubble of hope popped. I’ll be fine, just back to the age old mental battle. Thanks everyone.

I get that this is a major issue for you and I understand the consequent depression and that the idea of an instant fix has allure.

If you are willing to put in time (say 20 minutes a day), rather than money, there still might be a route forward for you.


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Dr elist is not the best doctor..
Try to read about Dr kim from Korea. Is one of the famous and successful Dr in the world in penis enlargement. He have many solution in minimum risk. I’m in the same problem and my life is hard to think about it every day. So I think I do it by myself when I have enough money.

Try this https://www.urodoc.co


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Last edited by gprent : 02-14-2016 at .

Originally Posted by AlwaysSurfing
Thanks for the input all. Let me clarify some things for better understanding of my situation.

1- I am a very very busy guy and honestly do not have the time and consistency that is required for non surgical enlargement. This is NOT an excuse, it is my reality. I work 60 hours a week and am raising my ex girlfriends 9 year old son, we lost her to cancer early last year. Any spare moments I have go to him, single daddy duties, and maybe showering and shaving if I’m lucky. I won’t kid myself about my schedule. 4x3.5 is small, period. I’ve combed this site thoroughly and the gains I would maybe achieve would not satisfy me IF I could commit to the regimen, which I can’t.

2- I’ve researched Dr elists method into the ground and have had a couple long conversations with them about the facts. They have a proven 95% success rate which is real because they are accountable to the FDA. The majority of the 5% of failures were due to premature usage of the penis post op and not allowing the implant to heal correctly. Some were just failures for unknown reasons but nobody has lost their piece or the use of it. I see this one guy talking about his bad experience on here where he claims he lost length after the implant was removed due to complications. OK. A friend of mines dad died on an operating table during a simple foot surgery due to a reaction to the anesthesia. Unfortunately there are risks with all medical procedures, it’s just a part of life that I accept. I had to have rotator cuff surgery last summer to repair a tear and had to go under. I could have changed my life style and lived with it but I opted to have the surgery and I survived.

3- my ex wife never had an orgasm with me. I diligently worked on improving my game and did everything under the sun. After we divorced next few girls I slept with claimed to love it. Which is great but I’m not considering this for any other reason or person than myself. Tired of being self conscious, anxious, jealous, and ashamed.

4- I can afford the surgery, money is not the issue.

5- I want a woman’s vagina to actually feel snug for once. Tired of masturbating feeling more enjoyable at times than a vagina.

Aside from a few people that have had bad experiences out of the over a thousand that have not, why would I not do this? Seems like the ticket to me.

I have done the penile implant with Dr Elist. I am still healing but the gains are immediate. The flaccid state is much bigger than before and the silicone makes the penis always in an erect state, though you could still bend it up and down. All surgery comes with inherent risk, and some people do better than others. Both my partner and I got it the same day and are healing just fine. PM if you want to chat. Best of luck!

Let’s try to keep the conversation in public, that way everyone can benefit. It’s kind of the point of a forum.

I’m glad to hear it’s going well for you. Some but not all of the people who’ve hit problems with the Elist implant have seen them occur some time after the surgery, so I hope you will keep us updated down the line and tell us how the risk worked out for you in the longer term.


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Originally Posted by memento
Let’s try to keep the conversation in public, that way everyone can benefit. It’s kind of the point of a forum.

I’m glad to hear it’s going well for you. Some but not all of the people who’ve hit problems with the Elist implant have seen them occur some time after the surgery, so I hope you will keep us updated down the line and tell us how the risk worked out for you in the longer term.

@Memento Yes, I’m open to providing as much honest information as possible. I have my own thread here on Thunderspace. The first few two weeks post-surgery are the hardest. I’m at 24 days now so yes, there is still the opportunity for a negative reaction or infection. I’ll keep documenting as much as I can. Modern technology is great having phones that take pics and upload quickly.

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