I did a wonderful podcast recently with a genuinely lovely man who gave me some great insights into the motivation and real life behind a penis enlargement. I’ve been aware of the CALIBRE procedure for a while, and have spoken to it’s creator Dr Jayson Oates, about it in the past, but this chat with an actual patient gave me a totally different perspective. You’ll love this blog, and a big thank you to Harry for sharing.

Trish: Hey listeners, it’s just Trish Hammond here again from Transforming Bodies Podcast. And today we’re going to be doing an interview podcast. So, in other words, it won’t be an audio, talking to Harry. So, Harry has recently … Actually, I’m going to let him tell you anyway. But Harry has injectables somewhere apart from his face. So, he’s going to tell us all about this. So, welcome, Harry.

Harry: Hi, Trish.

Trish: How are you going?

Harry: Yeah, good. Good.

Trish: Excellent. So, tell me, I am so intrigued about … I’ve been chatting to Doctor Oats about the Calibre Procedure for a while now, which he does. And he’s coined it. And basically, it’s kind of penis enlargement with injectables, is that right?

Harry: That’s correct. Yes.

Trish: Awesome. So, tell me a little bit about it. Does it work, number one?

Harry: Yes, it does work. Yes, it does work. It’s actually a weird thing because you numb it all up and then he does injections. And when you see it for the first time, you go, “Oh my god,” because it’s a bit swollen and a bit red, and then it settles down. But it’s definitely … Yeah, it’s a really weird feeling. So, you don’t feel anything at all, except maybe him pushing the stuff into the penis, and that’s about it. So yeah.

Trish: So, number one, how did you find out about the procedure, and what made you want to get it done?

Harry: Well, I found out … I was looking anyway because I’m a … Well, I’m not that old, but I’m old enough. And my wedding anniversary was coming up. And I thought, “You know what?” I was feeling a bit down, I’d like to feel a bit better. And I just started doing some research and that came up because I saw other research about enlargement and that was involving a lot of cutting and stuff. I thought, “No, no, I don’t want that. I don’t want someone cutting down there. They might slip and miss.” And it’s like, “No. No.”

Trish: Yeah.

Harry: So, I saw the website and just contacted the clinic and they asked me if I would be interested. And I said, “Yeah.” And Sonya, who’s the receptionist, is lovely. And she explained a bit to me. And then I had an interview with Jason. And Jason explained a bit more and told me how it is and all that sort of stuff. And yeah, we went from there. And we thought, “Well, okay, we may as well,” because at the end of the day, all the others aren’t reversible. But if it didn’t work or you didn’t want it, you could reverse it. So, it was a matter of, well, if it’s too big or it’s too little or whatever, they could fix it up anyway. So yeah.

Trish: All right. So, you were saying your wedding anniversary was coming up.

Harry: Yep.

Trish: So, that means you’ve got a wife or a husband?

Harry: I do. I have a wife. I have a wife and I’ve got two kids.

Trish: Nice.

Harry: And I’ve never told her that that’s what it was-

Trish: She doesn’t know?

Harry: No, well, she does, but she doesn’t, if that makes sense, because we never made it huge, but we just made it a bit bigger. So, it satisfies her more and also makes me feel a bit more confident when I’m wearing shorts or whatever. So, she thinks something has gone on, but she doesn’t know what. That’s our little secret. So, it’s like, yeah.

Trish: So, she doesn’t know. And so, tell me … this is so personal, I’m almost embarrassed to ask you. So, are you normal sized normally? Whatever normal size is? Or are you more on the small side? Or you just wanted this for something different to see what it’s like? What was the thinking behind it?

Harry: I am a … Well, you always think you’re bigger or smaller than you actually are. And when you go and see Jason for the first time, he measures it and he tells you. And there’s a range between what’s normal and what’s smaller or what’s bigger. And I was quite easily within that range. But it was just a matter of just making it a bit bigger and giving you a bit of confidence and making you feel better about yourself. It wasn’t a matter of wanting to look like an Adonis or a porn star. It was just a matter of making you want to look a bit better in yourself, and I suppose satisfy my wife more. Not that I wasn’t before, but just a little bit more. And that’s definitely why I went ahead with it.

Trish: Yep, so what does she think? Like, does she …

Harry: She’s never really said anything. But she enjoys it more. So, she must be thinking something’s gone on, or maybe … I don’t know. I don’t know exactly what she’s thinking. But I haven’t heard any complaints yet. So, it’s like, “Yeah, okay.”

Trish: So, tell me a little bit about the procedure. So, basically you go in there, you have your consult.

Harry: Yep, then about two weeks later … Well, whenever he can fit you in, you reschedule for another appointment to do the procedure. He starts off doing say 10mls or 8mls first because … I mean, you could ask for a lot more, but I never wanted it to be huge. But you can pick how much you want to put in it. But the bigger it is, the more you put in it, the more the skin stretches and the chances are that it could break or could be a bit more uncomfortable. So, the first one, we did 12 in total. So, the first time we did about nine. And what you do is, you go in and they give you numbing cream about an hour beforehand. So, you’ve got to make sure it’s numb from the top to basically the bottom, all the way through, because when he puts the needle in, he doesn’t just put it in the middle, he puts it at the bottom and he puts it at the top. So, if it wasn’t numb, you’d certainly feel a pinprick or a needle going in.

Then, once you know it’s numb, he puts his antiseptic on it and he starts injecting it at about six different points. And he injects it bit by bit and then he makes sure it’s all level and he makes sure it’s good. And then he gives you a look and then he wraps it up in a bandage and that’s basically it. So yeah.

Trish: Right, so how did you hide it from her when it was in the bandage?

Harry: Well, the bandage, funnily enough, once the cream rubs off, it’s not a bandage like a bandage you put around your arm, it’s just like a … what’s the word for it? It’s sort of like a condom, but it’s close. It’s a bandage you just put on it so it just stops it where the needle injections have been from bleeding, so you don’t have a whole lot of blood all over it. But it’s not like you wrap it really tight like a mummy or anything like that. So, it’s like, no.

Trish: So, you started off with 9mls, then you went back a second time and got the extra 3mls.

Harry: Yeah, he said 12 to begin with, but we said we’d do it in two lots, we’d do nine, then we’d do three just for a top up if there was any areas that might have not taken or might not have been level all the way through. We just topped it up and that was about it. So, yeah, it does bruise when they do it. But it’s not a huge bruising. It’s only … I mean, I bruise easily. And it only really probably had two spots that were bruised. And it looked like you’d got it caught in the zipper. So, it wasn’t like, “Oh my god, look at that. That’s totally black and blue and someone’s been biting that or you’ve had it stuck in whatever.” It just … and that was about it. The second time, it didn’t even bruise. So, whether that was because I wasn’t quite as nervous, I don’t know. But yeah.

Trish: So, when he puts the filler in, is it kind of just … he picks, obviously different spots and then is there … do you move it around?

Harry: When he puts it in, it’s sort of like it goes really firm in wherever he’s put it. But when he puts it in, you can manipulate it so it goes all over. So, he might put a bit in one spot, like in four different spots, but then he can spread it so it covers the whole circumference of it. It’s not a matter of, “Oh, well, it’s here, it’s stuck. That’s all it’s going to be.” It takes a couple of days, I’ll say, to set. It’s there, but it takes a couple of days to actually gel with the rest of the skin and the muscle that’s already there. So, within those time, you can actually make sure there’s no lumps and you can move it and you can massage it into the position that you want it to be.

Trish: So you could do that yourself as well?

Harry: Yeah, absolutely, you could. Actually, he encouraged that. He said, “If you think you’ve got lumps, just give it a massage in the lumps with your thumb or whatever, and you can move it up or down or you can spread it out a bit more.” So, that was all right. So yeah.

Trish: Okay, and so tell me, 12mls, is that expensive? What did it cost you?

Harry: It is. It’s about 6,000, I think it is, something like that, to tell you the truth. I was lucky that I actually did it as a trial because he wanted some people to trial, so I was lucky that way. But I think it’s about $6,000. It can range anywhere from about 6,000 to about 12,000, 15,000 depending on how much you want and the type you want put in it, because I think there’s three different types that they can put in it. Yeah, so it’s not cheap, that’s for sure.

Trish: Yeah, and how long ago did you have it done?

Harry: I had it done about nine months ago.

Trish: Okay, and so, is it still lasting? How long is it supposed to last for?

Harry: Well, they reckon it will last for about three years, three or four years. And you can definitely tell it’s there because it’s thicker and it’s firmer. But when it’s … this sounds terrible. When it shrinks like normal, I suppose it’s a little bit thicker, a little bit bigger. So, when the head shrinks back, it goes probably more into the skin more. But it’s nothing unusual. It’s not like, “Oh my god, you’ve got a tennis ball down there,” and it’s like, “Oh my god, it’s just …” Yeah, no. Once you get used to the idea that it’s a little bit bigger and the way it feels, it just feels like normal. You notice it when you wear … well, when you put a pair of underpants on or a pair of swimmer on, you notice maybe not that it’s sticking out more, just the way that it feels when you’re wearing the clothes. It’s like … Yeah.

Trish: Yeah, right. And do you reckon that’s you noticing it? Like, you don’t have people saying, “Oh my god, look at the size of his crotch.” Like, it’s just-

Harry: No, I don’t think you would. But I do believe … Jason said to me there was some people that got massive amounts put in there because they wanted to show off or they wanted to whatever. And I mean, mine still really is in the normal range, probably a little big bigger now. So, it used to have, I think, a nine millimetre circumference, and now it’s got a 12 millimetre circumference. So, 3mls isn’t that much, but there is people there that get a lot more put in. And it’s like, “Well, yeah, that’s not what it’s all about for me.”

Trish: Yeah. So, how do you … Does he do before and after photos? Like, do you see-

Harry: He does. He does do before and after. We haven’t done our after one, but we did our before one. But there’s definitely a difference in the circumference of it. When you feel it or you look at it, it definitely looks different to what it was before, but not hugely different. Not like, “Oh my god,” different. It just looks, I suppose, a little bit bigger.

Trish: Yeah, right. And how long were you out of action for?

Harry: Basically, they said, “Take care of it for about a week.” But he said, “Really, after three days, four days, you could basically have gone back and done it like a rabbit,” I suppose, if that’s what you want to call it. But he just said, “The only reason you wait a couple of days is, one, to make sure that it’s all connected. Like, the substances have gelled with the surrounding tissues and stuff.” And also, after the three days, it sort of is … I won’t say set, but it sort of is set. So, no matter what you do to it after that, unless you go to him and you get a needle to reverse it, you’re not going to make a huge difference in regards to the shape or in regards to where it’s placed. Like, you’re not going to end up with big lumps somewhere because you might have had sex and nothing somewhere else. It’s just … He just said, “Just be careful for three days.”

Plus, you’ve got a bit of bruising. So, I know you make love in the bedroom when it’s dark most of the time. But I think you can be a bit self-conscious in regards to that anyway, you know what I mean? So, when you’ve got bruises, you’re thinking, “Yeah, nah, maybe not.” I was just lucky enough that it never came up for the three days. I got it done on a Monday. So, basically, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. By the weekend, I was all good to go anyway. So, that was like, “Yeah, cool.” You know what I mean? But if you got it done on a Friday … I mean, you could still probably have done it. But if you got it done on a Friday, you might have been a bit self-conscious, especially if you were single and you were going out there meeting ladies, you might have been a bit like, “Hang on a minute, it’s a bit bruised. I’ll just have to wait until the bruises go away.”

Trish: Yep, no I get it. That makes so much sense. So, tell me, how was the … Was it embarrassing when you went there? Or did they make you feel so comfortable that it didn’t matter at all?

Harry: I thought it would be, to tell you the truth. But when I went there, Sonya met me at the reception and she was lovely. I suppose in a way, they do so many different procedures that they did, they made … Sonya and Doctor Oats made me feel very, very comfortable. And I mean, trust me, there’s nothing worse than lying on a table and the nurse has come and said, “Make sure you’ve done the cream,” or whatever. But the only person in the room was Jason. There was no nurses to help him because she got it all ready, then she left the room. And Jason was really, really nice. He didn’t laugh. He wouldn’t make fun of you. He was happy. He kept you, I suppose, relaxed. And it was very much relaxed. So, when you first go in, you’re thinking, “Oh my god. On my god. They’re going to attack down there.” And it’s like, “Oh my god. What happens if I walk out looking like the elephant man,” you know? And it’s like, “Oh my god.”

But Jason wasn’t like that. Jason was basically just like someone you could have sat at the pub with and just talked about anything, really. And we did. While he was doing it, we were talking about all sorts of things, because you are thinking about it. And when he finishes and says, “Do you want to have a look?” You go, “Do I really want to have a look at that?” But I must admit, he gave me a look when he finished. And then, when he went out of the room, I sort of looked a bit more. Like, “Wow, that’s what it’s all about.”

Trish: Yeah, of course. Of course.

Harry: You know? Where, if you went in for surgery and someone was cutting with a knife and all that sort of stuff, you’d be in a split and you’d be in stitches and you’d be all that. Where, theoretically, it took half an hour to do it. And so, you walk in, walk out. And when you walk out, nobody but yourself and Jason and the receptionist know that you’ve done it. You know, there’s a lot of women out there that are doing things too that they wouldn’t just tell everyone about.

Trish: We don’t even tell our husband, exactly. Yep.

Harry: Yeah, exactly right. And in a way, it’s the same with the guys. I don’t think they’d sit in a change room and say to the guys, “By the way, I had injectables,” because it’s like, well, no, that’s a personal thing for me. Some guys might. Like, some women might. But I wouldn’t do that.

Trish: Were you like waiting to tell someone though? Like, do you just want to … You know?

Harry: Well, you sit there and you think, “If we were in a change room getting changed, maybe if you said, ‘Yeah, wow,'” but no. No, because it doesn’t look that much different, but you feel different. If you looked at it in a pair of board shorts, you’d think, “No, yeah, he’s a bit bigger than normal.” But apart from that, you’re feeling a bit more confident because it’s a bit firmer and it just feels a little … it doesn’t feel huge. It just feels a little bit bigger, I suppose. Yeah. I mean, I know a lot of people that would probably quite happily stand on the beach in Perth and say, “Wow, look what I’ve done,” to everyone and anyone, whether they’re gay or whether they’re straight, you know? “Look what I’ve done. Wow, wow.” You know? But I never did it for that reason. I did it for confidence for me and to, I suppose, give a bit more enjoyment to my wife. So, it wasn’t all about, “Wow, let’s look like an Adonis or a porn star,” it’s just more about confidence in yourself.

Trish: And so, you’re saying that you reckon that she likes it more?

Harry: I think she thinks something has happened. But she doesn’t know what.

Trish: Okay, just tell her you read a good book or something.

Harry: Well, this is it, “Yeah, yeah, maybe I lost a bit of weight and that’s why it looks bigger,” and all that, or that’s why it feels bigger, because it’s not only a matter of that. I mean, Jason said that, he said, “If you really want to look … sometimes you don’t even have to have that, you could just lose weight around your stomach or whatever and that would make you look bigger anyway because suddenly there’s not this big fat blob interfering with things, it hangs loose and free.” So, that sounds terrible, but you know. And it’s weird, because it’s really … I believe body building and stuff would do it, but I think, to tell you the truth, that if they ever make it a really reasonable price, there’d be a lot of middle age men that the wife would go and get the Botox or go and get … I don’t know, the boobs done or something sucked out, but then the men would probably next door getting this done, because it’s not a matter of, “Oh my god.” You can pick how big you want or how little you want to go. And to have someone actually say to you, “Well, you know what? You’re actually no different to anyone else,” before you start the procedure, because if you’re too little, you can’t do it.

Trish: That makes sense too.

Harry: You know? Because if it’s too little, it won’t … It really … The only thing that seems to be bigger is … how do you put this? Like, the shaft doesn’t seem bigger, but the skin seems … It’s like, between the skin and the shaft is thicker. So, if you were really little, I suppose if you put it there and you put it between the skin and the shaft, then that might disappear and be like, “Well, that didn’t work the way that we wanted it to,” you know what I mean? So, it was like, yeah.

Trish: Yeah, I know what you mean.

Harry: It’s hard to describe. I don’t think the shaft is bigger. Just, it’s like it’s got … Well, I suppose it’s got a bonding agent between the skin and the shaft, which, that’s what gets filled up. So, it’s like blowing up a balloon, you’re blowing up the balloon on the outside, but the inside is staying the same. No, that doesn’t quite make sense. But I think you know what I mean.

Trish: No, I do get it. I was going to ask you, you had it done nine months ago. Have you … Did he say how long it lasts? I know you said before about three years, is that what he said?

Harry: Yeah, that’s what he said. He said about three years. He said it lasts normally for about three years. But sometimes it might need a bit of a top up before then, or you might think, “That’s good, but I want it bigger,” so they can do that. That’s not a problem. You know, it’s not something that you can … You could walk in, I could walk into Jason’s rooms tomorrow and say, “By the way, I want another 10ml.” And if Jason felt all right with that, he would do that. But it would just cost you to put the extra in it, you know what I mean? But it does get cheaper, I think, the more you do it. I think the first standard fee is anywhere between about 5,000 and say 9,000. But I think if you went back two or three times, I think by the third time, it actually gets a little bit cheaper, which I suppose is fair enough.

Trish: Yep, yep, yep.

Harry: As far as I know. I don’t know any women that have had plastic surgery, but I would imagine if you were having cool sculpt or whatever, if you’ve had it once or twice, I would imagine by the third time, the doctor probably will give you a discount and say, “By the way, yeah, you can have a discount this time.” But yeah.

Trish: No, no. So, tell me, would you do it again?

Harry: Yes. I probably would, yes. If I was to do … Yes, yes, I would. Yes, I would, because it gives you that little bit of confidence in what you’re wearing and just how you’re feeling in general, you know? You can feel the difference even when you’re walking or you’re standing against the bar or you’re standing in a crowd or whatever, you can feel a little bit different. But I don’t think … Well, with me, a lot of people would look there and say, “Well, there is no difference.” It doesn’t look like, “Oh my god.” You know? It might be different if I wandered around in a pair of board shorts or sluggos or something. But just in a pair of normal shorts and some underpants, it doesn’t look any different. It does feel differently, but it doesn’t look any different, if that makes sense.

Trish: Yep, no, I got it. I got it.

Harry: Yeah, you know?

Trish: Awesome. Well, that’s so interesting. Is there anything else that you wish you’d known before you had it done? Like, is there anything, “Geez, I wish I’d known that before I had it done.”

Harry: Probably the bruising because you don’t think of the bruising when you get it done, because you think, “Oh yeah, it’s only going to be a needle, so that’s going to be fine,” but he puts it between the blood vessels. So, the moment he touches the blood vessels, then the chances are you’re going to get bruised.

Trish: Yep.

Harry: I mean, the bruising wasn’t terrible, but it was there. And that makes you a bit self-conscious. So, if you’re a single guy, whether you’re gay or whether you’re straight, that might make you a bit self-conscious about it. But whether you could actually put an ice pack around it or something like that to heal the bruising out more, I don’t know. I’ve never even thought about that. I just knew that that was the case. And they give you creams, they give you antiseptics, they give you all that sort of stuff anyway. But I suppose when you stick a needle into someone, whether it’s a drip or whether it’s that in between blood vessels, if you hit a blood vessel, well, you’re going to burst it. And then, you’re going to get bruised. But no, it’s good. I mean, Jason was great. His staff, Sonya … Both Sonyas, Sonya the practise manager and the other Sonya that’s his secretary, they were lovely. Everyone was lovely, you know? And if I ever had a problem, I could ask them, or vice versa. And that was … there was nothing … everything was explained because they give you a booklet before you do it or if you’re interested in it, or you can look on their website and you can download everything and you can see different things.

So, if you’re not doing any research, then you probably shouldn’t do it. But if you’ve done a bit of research in regards to what Jason does, then you can see the results and you can see people’s testimony or you can give them a ring and say, “Well, blah, blah, blah.” And Jason would be more than happy, I would imagine, to talk to someone about it because he’s very passionate about it. I don’t know whether he’s ever had it done. I don’t know. I never asked him. Maybe I should have asked him. I should have said, “Hey, Jason, have you ever done it?” But he was never about … I mean, he had a millionaire in Perth who just wanted it massive and then a couple of weeks later he came back and said it was too big. And Jason said, “Well, I told you that.” But I suppose you do what your clients want you to do, so yeah. No, it’s all good. It’s all good, you know?
They were, at one stage, going to film it. But they never got around to it. So, that would have been interesting. But they said it might have made you a bit nervous or whatever, which it probably would have because you don’t … I suppose, they’re only showing the bottom half, and theoretically, if you’ve got no tattoos, you look like 98% of the population, you know what I mean?

Trish: That’s right. Yeah, no one’s going to think, “Oh my god, I know him.”

Harry: Yeah. Would I have felt … Yeah, well, this is just it. Maybe someone told porkies when they had the freckle or whatever it is and they said, “Oh, look, that one’s got the freckle,” [inaudible 00:23:06]. But would I have rather maybe a lady doing it? I don’t know, because I feel lady doctors are more gentle. Whether they are or not, I don’t know. I don’t know if they’re easy to talk to. But Jason was great. So, whether it might be easier to talk to a lady about that, I don’t know. But when you’re talking about your jewels, a lot of guys won’t talk to ladies about it, that’s for sure. That’s why we have so much prostate cancer and all that sort of crap because we’re stubborn mules. No, apart from that, I mean, I didn’t have any doubts. You’re always scared, you’re always nervous. And I even said that to Jason that I couldn’t believe what it looked like just after we’d done it and how it felt. And that really surprised me. That really, really surprised me because it wasn’t like a massive balloon or it wasn’t anything like that. It just looked good. And it still looks good and it still feels good. So, yeah. And the wife’s still happy. So, that’s a good thing too because … yeah.

Trish: Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely.

Harry: Who knows, maybe on my death bed, I might tell her. But we’ll see.

Trish: Yeah.

Harry: “By the way-

Trish: She doesn’t need to know.

Harry: Yeah, you know? “By the way, you know how I’ve suddenly been making you happy or happier? That was because of this that was done about eight or 10 years ago,” you know? I mean, who knows? I mean, if something was to happen today, I could very easily walk in to Jason and say, “By the way, I don’t like it. Get rid of it.” But I wouldn’t. I’m not unhappy with it. And I’m only a delivery driver, you know? I’m no one special. I’m no millionaire or I’m no playboy model or nothing like that. I’m just a normal guy who wanted to feel a bit better about themselves and hopefully satisfy his wife a bit better, you know? And I’ve been married 25 years. Well, it’s coming into the 25th year. So, it was time to step up and I suppose be a man about it and say, “Well, the women all get your hair done nicely and you do all that sort of stuff and waxing and all that. Well, maybe it’s time for the guys to take one for the team, you know? One for us.”

Trish: Good on you. It’s been so interesting because I’ve always wondered what it’d be like and who goes to have it done. It’s just like a normal procedure for normal people, just someone who wants to feel better about themselves basically, hey?

Harry: Yeah, well it’s really weird because when he injects it, you can feel it getting bigger, you can feel it stretching, so that’s a really, really weird feeling. So, you can feel something, but it’s numb. So, you don’t realise where he’s done it or what he’s done, you just feel it, like the skin is stretching. But it’s not stretching like, “Oh my god, ouch. It’s going to burst.” It’s just getting a little bit bigger, you know? It’s like putting … I don’t know, just getting a bit bigger. And then when he’s finished and you look at it, you think, “Yeah, it looks a bit bruised or a bit red,” but it just looked good and it felt good, you know? And it was like, “Oh my god.”

I mean, by the time I got home from the surgery, the bandage had basically come off it because it had shrunk. So, the bandage had basically come off it and it was just like a normal thing. You just had to be careful and wash it a bit better. Well, you always wash it anyway. You just had to make sure that you washed it and you looked after it. And within a week, the bruising was gone. And you would not have even known. Even if a doctor had looked at it, he or she would not even had known that Jason had put needles in it because it was not like you had to do a support bandage or a splint to make sure it stayed like it was.

You just had to be careful. You just had to make sure that it wasn’t getting stuck in one spot. So, you had to massage it or you had to make sure you moved it, like, I suppose, played with it. So, it was a bit like putty, I suppose. You play with it just to make sure that it wasn’t going to sit in just one spot, that it was going to cover everything. But when I went back for the second lot, Jason looked at it and he said, “That looks really good.” And he did his 3ml. And I haven’t seen him since, but I have spoken to his receptionist, but I actually haven’t seen Jason since. But he’s been a busy man. So yeah.

Trish: Well, he’s got lots of these to do. Well, thank you so much. Thank you so much, Harry, for taking the time to talk to us today.

Harry: That’s not a problem whatsoever.

Trish: Lovely, thank you so much.

Harry: Not a problem. And thank you for being interesting. And hopefully there’s some guy out there that will want to feel a bit better about himself, not make himself huge, but just a little bit better. And instead of maybe going to Bali for a holiday, maybe he can go and get that done and then come home and surprise the girlfriend or the wife and live happily every after.

Trish: Awesome. Thank you so much, Harry.

Harry: Not a problem whatsoever.

Trish: No worries, bye.

Harry: Thank you. Bye.

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Dr Jayson Oates on the CALIBRE Procedure





Trish is a plastic surgery blogger. She is passionate about wellbeing, health and beauty, and doesn't mind a little bit of 'help' from the amazing cosmetic and beauty procedures that are available today. Trish spends her days talking to women and men who are looking for suggestions and advice on procedures that are available to them. Cutting through the sales pitch and hype, a down-to-earth response on general information is what you will get.

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