New York Post: Two inches changed my life
Jason, a 35-year-old who resides in Manhattan and asked to use only his first name for privacy reasons, was devastated. “It caused me to question my sexuality,” he says. “I just figured that these were the cards I had been dealt and nothing could be done.”
The procedure’s then-$11,000 price tag (it has since risen to $13,000) seemed like a small sum to pay for Jason, a car salesman.
“There was a little bit of swelling, but a day after the one-hour procedure, when they removed the bandages, I looked down and had an out-of-body experience,” Jason says. “I was speechless. It was as large soft as it had previously been hard. It just hung down. All I could think about was what my ex would have said.”
Only 3 percent of Elist’s patients have reported complications from the procedure. Those who do have issues tend to be men who jump the gun on test-driving their bulked-up appendage.
Jason took no chances. “They told me to wait four weeks before having sexual activity, and I waited two months,” he says. “All I thought about, from when the bandages first came off, was witnessing the expression on a woman’s face when she sees it.”
But when the opportunity finally came for Jason and his new fling, the bedroom was completely dark. “She didn’t get to see it that night, but she definitely felt it. In fact, last month, three months after meeting, we got engaged to be married — and she has no complaints at all.”
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By Michael Kaplan
March 10, 2016 | 4:23am