Just One Brother in the Bag?

It took him years to admit it. He just didn’t feel like himself. The constant unease with always having to explain himself was wearing him down. So, from across the country, he called for help.

A Solitary Existence

No, this wasn’t some kind of “therapy;” he wanted a testicular implant. What’s the bother in having only one brother in the bag, you ask? I might equate it to missing a breast, for whatever reason. Sometimes, just when you think otherwise or try to forget, it’s the elephant in the room. Call me a fool, but I have pretty good published data to show that men who received testis implants have improved self-esteem and better quality of life. So, it’s not just the “look” that matters.

The Trifecta of Success

But it has to look right. Spot on, in fact. And, it can’t get too complicated, or men will turn and run. As the “father” of the only true FDA approved testis implant, I have seen a lot of men with a lot of issues over the past 2 decades. And from this experience, I’ve learned that there are 3 things that have to happen for a man to be fully satisfied with his new implant:

  • It has to be in the right place. You really gotta match the other side.
  • It has to feel right. Remember there’s two now, so comparisons are inevitable.
  • It has to be the right size. Nothing looks more awkward than a mismatched set of anything. Honestly, it’s a dead giveaway that immediately raises questions and discomfort levels.

To keep it simple, I have men “telesize” the native jewel and send me the dimensions. I love how scientific and technical they get. This allows me to have the correct implant in advance of the visit and therefore keep the encounter simple: to both meet and redeem. And, after the hour of surgery, I follow all men wherever they may be, by a digital house call service call Healthloop. No muss, no fuss and constant contact.
I am a big fan of getting this issue out of men’s minds. For, in the words of Wayne Dyer, “Change the way you look at things and the things you look at change.”