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Coloplast Genesis Penile implant

Bcgkelly
Bcgkelly
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I’m looking to make contact with a gay man that has had the Coloplast Genesis or a similar malleable implant. It looks like the only option left for me if I’m to have a full sex life. I have already spoken to men who have had the three piece Titan but as this is not a fixed implant that stays hard all the time it doesn’t answer the questions I have. If you have this implant I would love to chat about the experience. Thanks, Bill

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Vitruviusman

I would like to know about the the coloplast genesis implant too

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Bcgkelly

I’m trying to find someone who has one. I have put up messages in several places and reached out to several organisations but no luck so far.

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Vitruviusman

I've I've spoken to 4 men personally who have had the penile implant. 2 men actually allowed me to look at it. They both said that there cock was shortened by about a 1/2 inch when they put the implant . The other man said that he lost inch--In addition to the inch that he lost after the prostate surgery. I did not like the type of implant that they had

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Bcgkelly

What type did they have?

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Vitruviusman

One had the titan, the other guy had the other popular implant

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Bcgkelly

I have exchanged messages with a few guys with the Titan and all seemed happy with it but because of the many complications I had post surgery he does not recommend it. Was it the loss of length of what other reasons did you not like it? I’m wondering how hard the penis gets with them and if the Genesis is more suitable for a gay man. Also as the Genesis is hard all the time what does it feel like?

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Vitruviusman

For a top man , the implant is essential. My friend that has the Titan implant , His cock was about 3" long . HE lost an inch from the prostate operation, and then another inch when they put in the titan implant . It took he about 6 to 8 times pumps before he got the cock erect. I was not impressed. He did say that the Titan implant did stay hard most of the time in a semi erect state, but his cock was small , so he was able to camouflage it in his pants

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Bcgkelly

If you come across anyone with the on inflatable you might let me know.

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Vitruviusman

Ok

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colins999

Im looking to have it done this spring also.

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Bcgkelly
Bcgkelly
in reply to colins999

Which one are you getting. The inflatable or the one that doesn’t inflate?

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colins999
colins999
in reply to Bcgkelly

the doctor showed me the one with the pump, did not know there was a second program

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Bcgkelly
Bcgkelly
in reply to colins999

The one with the pump is the one that looks the most natural. It can be pumped up to get hard and when not being used it look like a normal soft penis. The other one is hard all the time and you bend it down when not having sex and up into position when you are. I have been advised the better option for me is the simpler one as I gad a lot of complications post surgery last year.

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GeejayMN

What about the inflatable!? That is what Mayo Clinic has recommended for me. I have not decided yet.

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Bcgkelly
Bcgkelly
in reply to GeejayMN

I saw the top urologist in Ireland dealing with implants and because of the significant complications I had after surgery together with the fact I’m having radiotherapy he is strongly recommending against the inflatable for me. The Non-inflatable is a much shorter surgery with less complications. The inflatable would appear to be the best option for the majority.

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GeejayMN
GeejayMN
in reply to Bcgkelly

My surgeon really stressed the ease of the surgery.

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Bcgkelly
Bcgkelly
in reply to GeejayMN

And it probably will be straight forward for you. It appears the majority get the inflatable one. As I said I had a lot of complications including sepsis following surgery.

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GeejayMN
GeejayMN
in reply to Bcgkelly

I hear ya! Good luck whatever you do. I’ve been trying the bottoming route.

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Bcgkelly
Bcgkelly
in reply to GeejayMN

No way I’m doing that. It’s always been very painful for me as I’ve had fishers all my life. Not going to change now. I think I’m going to go ahead with the implant after radiotherapy. Best of luck to you as well.

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