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I don't think so. Your implant shouldn't interfere with a catheter (or vice versa). Certainly they are aware of your implant and will take whatever precautions may be necessary, but I wouldn't think anything beyond ordinary care will be required.
Be that as it may, personally the only scenario I can imagine (nightmare, not fantasy) would be being held down by several strong dudes in prison. This is nothing I would ever volunteer for, but to each his own.
The only measurement that really counts, and that the surgeon relies on to select the cylinder (and RTE if any) length, is the internal measurement made with a gauge after the initial incision is made. Any other measurement, i.e. stretch test or injection, is just an estimate.
I can feel your pain, man. Unfortunately, I'm incompetent in drug/medicine related questions, but I can advise you something to deal with your insomniacs. When I had it due to anxiety issues I found out that adiohypnosis is surprisingly extremely effective aid to asleep. Check out it here . Should ...
During the first couple of years (2008-2009), my Titan bulb would frequently collapse when squeezed and took a long time - several minutes - to refill. Eventually it quit doing that and began to operate normally, which it still does nine years later (but I very rarely inflate it, so it doesn't have ...
- Mon Nov 27, 2017 1:22 pm
- Forum: Implants
- Topic: What happens to erectile tissue during implant surgery?
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AFAIK no tissue is removed. It is moved aside/displaced by a dilator which opens up space for the cylinders to be inserted.
- Sat Nov 25, 2017 6:42 pm
- Forum: Humor and Fun
- Topic: Kangaroos have 3 vaginas !!?
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- Views: 286
Read Bill Bryson's travelogue In a Sunburnt Country. Plenty of odd goings on down under, if you ask me. Wombats? Platypuses? Dingoes? Wallabys, for Pete's sake?