I gathered together a variety of pics taken since I got my erectile implant at 12 months post-op transgender RFF phalloplasty. This photo set ranges from days post-op erectile and testicular implant, when I was still a bit swollen, until perhaps a year later. The individual blog posts have more details. This is the Coloplast Titan 3-piece erectile device implanted in my body. I have the Torosa saline testicular implant.
Caveat: Although erection is usually seen as so sexual in most cultures, these erections are not sexual. They were produced specifically for the photo, for medical documentation to help other people be more informed. Please do not repost these images to show like “horny transsexual FTM post-op rock hard” or some nonsense. Please ensure captions only say something as un-sexy as, “blazé post-op transsexual offering community medical education during pandemic ennui”. (I hope that made you smile.)
It’s rude to use these photos without my permission. I’m only sharing them so people can know medical options and to offer my experience. Don’t be a creep! But you are free to look, here. This erectile and testicular implant was placed by Urology Chair, Dr. Arthur Burnett at the Johns Hopkins Medical Center, in Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
The intrapenile prosthesis (an erectile implant) was invented in 1973 at the urology department at Johns Hopkins. That device became the prototype for all IPPs and what you see here today.
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