Balls or Curve?

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  1. CityGuy82

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    Howdy. So as I have gotten older I have actually become slightly self conscious about my genital area. My dick curves downward AND I only have one testicle.

    I went to the urologist and turns out that I can have an operation to fix the curve but I may lose some length. It's covered by the insurance which is good.

    Now for the balls, he said he could put in a prosthesis no problem but the insurance doesn't cover it and its like 6 grand for the surgery!

    Either of these i could handle but TOGETHER, i dunno, i feel so weird when im naked with another guy.

    Has anyone had either of these surgeries? I REALLY want that prosthesis but 6 grand is not coming my way anytime soon. I'm thinking I'll just get the curve fixed since its free but im SO nervous about a possible botch and losing some length.
    What would you do?
     
  2. Principessa

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    STOP! Do not have any surgery!

    Lot's of men only have one testicle. Maybe it's different in gay culture, but most women I know wouldn't care if there was only one.
    As for your penis, so what if it curves down. Does it still become erect? Are you able to enjoy sex? If so leave it alone. Trust me, so long as your penis works at the appropriate time(s) that is all that matters.

    I don't know how big you are; but if I were a guy I wouldn't have any surgery that would make me lose length, unless it was life threatening.


     
  3. GI SUPRISE

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    My ex boyfriend had the surgury to take the downward curve out of his penis. I never saw it before, so I can't say how extreme it was. He is very happy though.

    Several observations though. First, he has a scar about an inch and a half running down the shaft of his penis. it never bothered me because I think it makes it unique.

    Second, his penis still curves down slightly. He says it's much better than it was, but there is still a noticeable pitch downwards. It comes straight out of his body but has the downward arch to it.

    Third, he says that his penis was thicker after the surgury than before(especially the girth). The base of his penis is significantly larger than the rest. I used to refer to his penis as the transamerica building (San Francisco). It never bothered me, but he said that the thicker bottom was a result of his surgury.

    Finally, he claims that the shaft of his penis is much more sensitive than before the surgury. He would often whince in pain if I ever grabbed or squeezed his penis tightly. I don't know if he was just afraid and startled or if it truly hurt. He says the sensitivity has gone way up since his surgury.

    Now remember I never saw it pre-surgury, but these are the noticeable results he has had since. Overall, I think he's happy he got the surgury. And satisfied with the results.
     
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    What do the Ladies think of a curving cock,?
    In my experience positioning ya curve can be quite rewarding for the gals, if done right. u can reach places im sure most women luv.
    I guess however being too curved would probably be quite uncomfortable.
     
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    I have absolutely no issues with curved cocks....As for having one testicle never encountered that hence I can not comment.
     
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    If you lost a breast to mastectomy and your SO said it didn't matter to him, would you still get an implant to replace it if that was possible?

    I think with a body part this personal, the choice is also very personal. I can understand wanting to have a prosthetic if just for yourself, so you're not constantly reminded of what you don't have.

    First thing I would do is assess your insurance status. Are you management where you work? How high up in the structure are you? Are you self-insured?

    If you are part of a group policy for your employer, go to Human Resources and ask to speak to the Benefits Administrator or the Director of Benefits. Explain you're having a coverage issue for a very personal matter.

    Be polite and explain that you understand that your policy does not cover the prosthetic replacement. Is that true?

    Explain that you would like insurance to cover at least some of the costs associated with the replacement. If not the surgeon's fee, then perhaps the cost of outpatient surgical services, anesthesia, and the prosthetic itself. This sort of thing is a bit of a gray area for employers. It's not strictly cosmetic surgery because it's replacing a body part to some level of apparent normalcy. That counts as reconstructive surgery. Now you may have limitations on pre-existing or congenital issues, depending upon the policy. Most of the time employers will work with you to authorize coverage for at least part of the procedure. Don't deal with the insurance company on this. Coverage or non-coverage is entirely up to the employer since they're the ones paying the bill. If HR picks-up the phone and tells the insurance company to cover it, then it's covered. While it's not always the case, the higher up you are in the company hierarchy, the better the chance of having HR say yes to your request. Look up their policy for breast reconstruction and draw a parallel with that. If you're polite, humble, informed about the policy, and you've got a good boss, then the chances that at least some of the procedure will be covered are very good.

    Now, as to the curve. Some men have had good luck with using manual stretches and/or traction devices to straighten curves. This seems to be a side effect of jelqing among other things. Take a look at Thunder's and do a thread title search using the terms curve and bend. Do the same here. Some guys have had excellent results straightening curves by using non-surgical methods. You may want to try these before getting surgery. Do remember that deep throating and certain other things benefit when a guy is curved :wink:.

    Good luck!
     
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    I have a downward curve.
    Women i have fucked seem to love me doggie style! Because of the curve? probably so.
     
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    I thought many men have a curve on their penis to some degree. Mine is ram-rod straight and that's supposed to be a rarity. I would not mind a curve on mine at all. As for your balls: Some men have low hanging ones and some have tight sacks. Sometimes when aroused the sack tightens up and the testicles go very close to the body so much they can look non-existant so what are you bothered about. Did the doc say why you only have one? Did it not descend when you hit puberty and still up there?

    Headlover: Yeh, sounds like it. Suppose it would hit the G-spot.
     
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    Definitely don't have surgery on the curve, unless you've got peyronies. If you haven't, and it's just cosmetic, it's in no way worth the risk. The ball surgery as such is harmless, but six grand is pretty steep. I have a downward curve too, it's maybe not the nicest kind, and it is quite pronounced, but there's not much you can (safely) do about it.
     
  10. CityGuy82

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    Thanks for all your input guys and gals. Esp the guys with the same kind of curve. I'm wondering if the curve would be less pronounced if i practiced some of those lengthening techniques... what do you think?
    P.S. I'll start saving up for the extra nut haha. Any donations? haha.
     
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    No issues with a curved cock (they are TONS better-looking than the boring straight ones). I'm sure I could get over the lack of a testicle thing.
     
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    Hey CityGuy. Im a curved cock one nutter too. I like the way I am and would not have surgery to fix any of it. THe only thing a implant will do is make me look like other people think I should, and having one nut got me laid more times than I could count by the curious.
     
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