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Hey guys, I'm Bob 24 years old from Brunswick, GA, I'm 6' tall and weigh around 536lbs. I am in the process of getting the Gastric Sleeve and have so many questions that are hard to ask a doctor. I have asked questions until my face is blue! So my question for the guys is this... tell me about your man parts lol...

how did your penis size change after seeing results from your weight loss surgery? Did it get bigger? I have a decent size to begin with but the fat mound around the base is big... help me out! give me some motivation... share pics with me if you want (Not gay just would love to see the difference!)! I try to Google full body nude pics of men after significant weight loss and no luck....Just want to see my future!

Hope to ignite some response!!

-Bob

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Dayum.....

That didn't take long to escalate.

So here's the deal, @@BSanchez2016 .....I'm a big dude, too. I'm not as big of dude now, though....thanks to the magical powers of my new sleeve and simply following my doctor's gameplan.

I can happily say that my junk not only remained intact, but it's benefitted from the weight loss, too.

Is it any bigger ? I simply don't have those stats to compare........and old Dub ain't posting any pics of his junk on the web.....so you'll simply have to take my word for it.

Is it any bigger? In my estimation, yes...it is. The base pad of fat that you mentioned has diminished in size. This translated to more usable wood.

Is it any better? Again, in my estimation, yes....it is. My vascularity is at a whole new level now. Blood flow throughout the body is amazingly improved. All over the body. My rooster will crow at the drop of a hat......a slight breeze and it's cockadoodle do. It's like being 21 again.

I'm a simple dude, too. I'm all about the simple pleasures in life. I can't accurately rank the benefits in order of importance.....but I can tell you without hesitation that being 100% satisfied with my junk and knowing that the rooster will crow and stand up proud and loud......yeah man, it may not be my number one benefit.......but it is close to top of the list.

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Oh by the way if you scroll down there are some male only rooms only. check it out..

Oh by the way if you scroll down there are some male only rooms only. check it out..

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That wasn't for you Dub That was for the original poster... lol cute though i had to giggle !!

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i didn't mean to get you so upset but then i went back to read your post again i now see why you are so concerned about that and rude and disrespectful your 24 i get it. im not mad because this 47 year old woman who has a son older than you is having surgery too. so i dont know where that "you are the reason people stay over weight" pertains to me. But as a mother i tried to guide you in the right direction trust me no one is going to want to sleep with your funky ass with dead fuckin stomach skin hanging over your d**k. so there you took me there. now back to a more mature conversation. What i told you or tried to explain to you is that first things first you cannot worry about your little man first , it will still be there the way it is after you lose all your weight that you want to. i just wanted you to be prepared or have a plan B to complete your sexiness when its all done. You have a great day son ! Just remember what i told you.

The fact that you have an overweight son proves my point that "you are the reason people stay overweight". Your mean, cruel and judgmental. My post did not ask for your cheap advice and you most definitely are not my mother do not refer to me as "Son"... thanks..

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Wow.....

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Listen Sanchez, i do not have an overweight son im the one that is having the surgery DICK HEAD..

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well isnt this special....... @@Dub, i love your honesty! and, as always, your sense of humor. i don't know if you have ever posted anything that did not make me laugh. you have such perfect words!!!

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What happened to the good old days when one had to show the results of blood work to test gender before posting?

@@BSanchez2016, seriously, I hope that answers to your initial question wouldn't deter you from surgery. Considering your health prospects for the rest of your life against penis appearance or performance, well, there is cosmetic and reconstructive surgery at the end of the rainbow. And tongue depressors with rolls of gauze if necessary.

Easy, that's a joke.

(dumb, stupid technology)

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@@BSanchez2016

Dude, you need to chill. I don't know who the woman is who initially replied to you, however even though you are posted in a male room, your post still appears on the side thread and in some browsers the person can't actually see that this is a male only post. I read her reply and it was totally not intended to be taken as being offensive and you flipped out, because apparently and understandably this is a sensitive issue for you. As you can see there are other women who also posted, not because we want to give you advice on your male-anatomy, but because this isn't a forum that is blocked from women and the only reason half the time we see it as being "male only" is because we're using a particular browser that has "male only" indicator on the tab or we see the content of your post and think, oh whoops, not for me.

You currently have 4 posts on this site, 2 of which were just unacceptably a**h*le responses to someone who was not intending to upset you and likely did not intentionally post in the wrong forum. If your real life personality is at all comparable to the online personality you have demonstrated, your penis size is something that only you will ever have to be concerned about. If you are just starting out this site is hugely helpful and you can find a lot of support here, however the people who provide the most support have little tolerance for drama queens who slew insults at others for posting innocuous well-meaning comments in a forum they may not have realized was only for men, and which there was never any intention to send you so completely flying through the ceiling. No one here is intentionally mean, so get over yourself and try a more appropriate approach if you would like to continue to be considered relevant on this site.

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