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ilovetofu
It seems Koreans are pretty fond of the penis. While your in the republic you may want to check out their penis park or restaurant!

http://kotaku.com/inside-south-koreas-penis-restaurant-1596876742

http://www.buzzfeed.com/ashleyperez/there-is-a-park-full-of-giant-penises-in-south-korea#3hnqyy7
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kcchief
Hoddle,
What do you consider moderate?
Kcchief
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aleksk
hoddle10 - would you mind giving me an indication of how much DR Solomon's procedure might cost? We don't have any reports on this surgery here on the board, do we?
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hoddle10
kcchief wrote:
Hoddle, What do you consider moderate? Kcchief


1/2"
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hoddle10
aleksk wrote:
hoddle10 - would you mind giving me an indication of how much DR Solomon's procedure might cost? We don't have any reports on this surgery here on the board, do we?


We have one report, but with no decent follow up period, so I don't know if the graft material (Reprizza) is anymore reliable than Belloderm/Alloderm. I think the cost if over $10,000. 

I don't want to recommend it per se, it's just that I think it has potential, as he isn't layering graft material or wrapping it all the way around the penis. Most of the problems I've seen with these grafts were due to blood supply, so by just adding strips to the sides, the risk of blood supply issues is lowered. Also the surgery itself is less intensive, as only small incisions are used and so there is no major incision healing etc. The trade off is smaller gains. 
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aleksk
thank you for that, I like your line of reasoning. Would you know what steps I can take to do further research on this? His website is not a good source of information, and he certainly doesn't describe the procedure in detail (or maybe I don't know where to look). 

If only we had at least a couple of positive reports on this, I would think it's a more viable option for me. I guess there is less likelihood for my body to reject the strips as foreign, as they do not settle in, so to speak. Plus, I would think they could be removed if things go wrong.
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hoddle10
aleksk wrote:
thank you for that, I like your line of reasoning. Would you know what steps I can take to do further research on this? His website is not a good source of information, and he certainly doesn't describe the procedure in detail (or maybe I don't know where to look). 

If only we had at least a couple of positive reports on this, I would think it's a more viable option for me. I guess there is less likelihood for my body to reject the strips as foreign, as they do not settle in, so to speak. Plus, I would think they could be removed if things go wrong.


Unfortunately not. The only worthwhile research in my experience is following real patients progress reports. Dr's websites and even medical research articles have very limited value in my opinion. Nothing beats real world experience and we only have one member who has had this done. I sent him a PM about 3 months ago, but he hasn't logged on the receive it. 
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