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So fellas I have heard that sexual performance gets better after surgery as far as circulation and obviously being able to move around more after weight loss. What has your experience been can you tell a big difference?

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its a dramatic difference, not just in size obviously, but youre not out of breath, youre a hell of a lot more limber, you last longer and all those hormones will kind of make you real horny quite alot more. so prepare the woman in your life.

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Understood brother good information

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Yes, I gained inches (maybe girth too) and no longer have trouble maintaining an erection.

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You know how we all say I wish i was xx year old but with the knowledge I have now. Seriously its been that way for me. I fell like I'm 20 again. The wife definitely has noticed it.

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That’s awesome to hear brother and that is really good your surgery has been a success. My last nutritionist visit is on the 20th and I should be getting a surgery date very soon. Did you notice change right away, gradually or a couple months later for you?

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Changes start happening right away. Physical changes I really started to notice around 3 months. Everyone else saw them before i felt I did. Then again we are our own harshest judge.

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OK SO I DID NOT BELIEVE ANY OF THIS ABOUT SIZE AND PERFORMANCE OR DESIRE . BOY WAS I WRONG WORKS BETTER SIZE AND BLOOD FLOW WAY BETTER MY BP IS SO MUCH LOWER I CAN LAST FOR EVER (OR JUST HAVE BETTER CONTROL) AMAZING

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Back to the good old days. It's like a cherry on top.

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On 2/7/2019 at 8:34 AM, VIKING 0424 said:

OK SO I DID NOT BELIEVE ANY OF THIS ABOUT SIZE AND PERFORMANCE OR DESIRE . BOY WAS I WRONG WORKS BETTER SIZE AND BLOOD FLOW WAY BETTER MY BP IS SO MUCH LOWER I CAN LAST FOR EVER (OR JUST HAVE BETTER CONTROL) AMAZING

I felt the same way prior to surgery.

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2 minutes ago, nenes78 said:

I felt the same way prior to surgery.

i almost thought that part of life was over and not gonna happen anymore i was wrong thankfully

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Wow that much of a difference that’s crazy. 17 all over again huh

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really for me yes ! the wind blows well you know lol

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So much yes!

The wife isn't always as happy with my new found "reach"... but she did comment that overall everything is much more comfortable from her side of things. The gains are very real...

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