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Dude123

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through the fact that my penis is almost extremly thin i think a whole new neo penis would be the best option for me, ive also have ED which would make a normal PE surgery probaly useless.

Are there any guys on this board who are having a neo penis? And if yes, is it effective?
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You've said previously your penis is 8" long, so why on earth would you even consider a neo penis? Also no surgeon on planet earth would perform that surgery for you. It's a totally useless surgery for you. It's for sex change patients and you would require an inflatable implant to get erect and then I don't think you'd feel anything during sex. It's just for show, so sex change patients can feel "normal." 

You need to go to a Dr and have hormone tests carried out. If your Test is genuinely low, as you stated in previous posts that you suspect it to be, then your can be prescribed TRT which should help with your ED issues, but I suspect your problems are psychological.

The only procedure you should consider at your age is HA. Your girth (4") is less than average, but still in the normal range. 
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i search for an drastically girth enhancement surgery which is permanent
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Where a cock ring for ED and get HA.
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I was reading your old posts, and you said that you think you have a hormonal imbalance from weightloss which lead to your ED. Have you had your hormones checked? Perhaps a temporary program of testosterone will get you back on track but go to a doctor. While hormonal imbalance from drastic weight loss is real, I don't think it is permanent. That is very solvable - just start with a blood test. If you need testosterone that is a very easy solution to the ED. That issue could literally be solved in a week.

The loss in girth is probably from the poor erection quality, it is not like your tissue went anywhere.

If I had a 4" girth with 8" length I would want to do something about it. (You are ahead of 99.99% of guys with that length at least). I had more girth than that when I started PE and I am not sorry I did something about it. Just do your research and make a plan that is thought out - not a crazy reaction to your stress. 

This board is full of guys who have done something about it so just read up and come up with a course of action for yourself. 



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Anyone else here curious to see what a 8-inch long, 4-inch girth penis looks like? Dude123, can you do the honors?
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Dude123

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Ive already made a blood test, here the facts:

FSH 1.1 IE/I
LH 3.6 IE/I

Testosterone Total 302 ng/dl

My doctor said its normal (without considering that at <300 ng/dl hypogonadism is diagnosed)

My doctor says that even 118 ng/dl are normal for an male, a couple of weeks previously he checked my genitals and said that my testicles are to small. ive already a spermiogram which was so bad that he couldnt use it, so he asked me for another...

Anyways these are my hormone stats AFTER ive lost 115lbs and packed lil bit of muscle, so with a 90% probability ive lived all the years previously where i was fat with an huge testosterone deficiency... which in my opinion is the reason why my penis NEVER really growth in girth.
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Dude123

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In the morning when my testosterone levels are at his highest my penis is almost like a 1/4 inch thicker.
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I dunno bro, my test was 327 ng/dl and my erections have always been great. I never saw an increase in girth when i was on hormones either. That's unusual, perhaps you just have ED, could be something related to blood pressure also?
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I am not a doctor, but when I had my test checked I came in at 320. My doctor said I was on the high side of low for a 54-year-old. I went on TRT and it changed my life. Not sure what the normal range is for an 18-year old but you would be in your peak levels at 18 yr old. I'd do some research and then maybe get a 2nd opinion. 
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Theres no real Range you could descripe as "Normal" because every men is an individual, some men only need 350 ng/dl while there are mens who even have lack symptoms at 800 ng/dl. 


the well-being of a man in his manpower (something i REALLY miss) is the only indicator for an balanced hormone constellation.
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Politicaly correctness and feminism plays a HUGE impact in this topic, because testosterone is still seen in this society as an "rapist" hormone, which would only creates aggressiveness and chaos (which is Bullshit). 

The western world is pretty testosterone hostile, by estrogens, soy in almost every industrial foods, plastic, feministic propaganda in media and society (and yes even psychological-male-negatively impressions can have impacts on sexual hormones) etc.
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You're so right. I could discuss this for forever. Men's health has always been sidelined but it was compensated for with traditional social structures.

Revolution is coming.

Men have seen there lives get worse and worse the last couple of decades through globalisation and feminism combined greater demands.

There will be a breaking point.

Going to be major problems with steroid use in the west in the next few decades. Pressures on male body image can't be eliminated now.

Men will go red pill to correct the balance, that's going to be a sad thing.
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“Theres no real Range you could descripe as "Normal" because every men is an individual, some men only need 350 ng/dl while there are mens who even have lack symptoms at 800 ng/dl.”
Which is why you should look into it.
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Politicaly correctness and feminism plays a HUGE impact in this topic, because testosterone is still seen in this society as an "rapist" hormone, which would only creates aggressiveness and chaos (which is Bullshit). 

The western world is pretty testosterone hostile, by estrogens, soy in almost every industrial foods, plastic, feministic propaganda in media and society (and yes even psychological-male-negatively impressions can have impacts on sexual hormones) etc.

Agree, I love watching Milo Yiannopoulos trolling feminists, he’s so good at it.
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