24 years old Canadian looking to get an implant

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garry101
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Re: 24 years old Canadian looking to get an implant

Postby garry101 » Sat Jul 15, 2017 8:09 pm

youngwithed wrote:hey, guys, I'm from Toronto, I lived downtown I had the surgery done by Dr.Kramer on the 21 June.
First of all, I save my money to have one of the best surgeon because I think it's worth it.
The total cost was 33000$ and I am totally happy with my choice.
When I will be fully heal I can show.
here is the video of my sugery
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6lPfCVklOw


Bro how was the total cost 33k? i thought it was USD 24 K which is 30 k Canadian??
24 years old Canadian. Suffering from ED for 2 years due to a slight injury. Looking to get an implant next year. Can't wait!!! :| :roll:

youngwithed
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Re: 24 years old Canadian looking to get an implant

Postby youngwithed » Sat Jul 15, 2017 8:39 pm

garry101 wrote:
youngwithed wrote:hey, guys, I'm from Toronto, I lived downtown I had the surgery done by Dr.Kramer on the 21 June.
First of all, I save my money to have one of the best surgeon because I think it's worth it.
The total cost was 33000$ and I am totally happy with my choice.
When I will be fully heal I can show.
here is the video of my sugery
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6lPfCVklOw


Bro how was the total cost 33k? i thought it was USD 24 K which is 30 k Canadian??


dam its crazy how the rate change quickly !
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Re: 24 years old Canadian looking to get an implant

Postby garry101 » Sun Jul 16, 2017 2:47 pm

youngwithed wrote:
garry101 wrote:
youngwithed wrote:hey, guys, I'm from Toronto, I lived downtown I had the surgery done by Dr.Kramer on the 21 June.
First of all, I save my money to have one of the best surgeon because I think it's worth it.
The total cost was 33000$ and I am totally happy with my choice.
When I will be fully heal I can show.
here is the video of my sugery
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6lPfCVklOw


Bro how was the total cost 33k? i thought it was USD 24 K which is 30 k Canadian??


dam its crazy how the rate change quickly !


I see. Hopefully Canadian dollar rises more by the end of the year.
24 years old Canadian. Suffering from ED for 2 years due to a slight injury. Looking to get an implant next year. Can't wait!!! :| :roll:

PFracture
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Re: 24 years old Canadian looking to get an implant

Postby PFracture » Sun Jul 16, 2017 9:42 pm

Larry10625 wrote:Garry, you are very welcome. Now to answer your questions;
1. I would ask your for a referral... you will need one for him as he is a specialist.

2 I didn't wait all that long (maybe 45 days). But, like a contractor, if you can get in quick, that probably isn't good news.

3. I am not sure of the cost, but I had been told by a fairly reliable source (another urologist that doesn't do implants) that it is something like $12,000.

4. OHIP only I believe

5. I don't think I lost any size BUT, I was one of those very rare birds that got a very serious infection (almost died) and had to have my implant removed as a life saving procedure. I am scheduled to go back in November (minimum time for a revision, so everything is healed) BUT, I use to be a grower, after the implant, I was a shower. You really won't go wrong with Dr. Brock... he is the Canadian version of the US dynamic duo (but more affordable), is internationally recognized as an author, instructor and expert. He has been called as an expert witness against another doctor that was charged with sexual assult. I am happy to answer any more questions.

I saw you other question "does he do the surgery himself". The answer is sometimes. BUT remember these "students" are already doctors and urologists and are "students" of the surgical procedures, AND, he doesn't just send in the designated cutter (can you tell I have been watching a little baseball), he is standing right over the patient observing and directing. I feel totally comfortable with his "students"

Larry


Garry;
I had Dr. Brock. He is FANTASTIC.
Don't believe all the bullshit you read on the net. People say that he doesn't take time to talk to patients... Bull shit. He answered EVERY question I asked. I even sent his secretary (Susan) an question, expecting she would ask Dr. Brock when she saw him and reply to me... less than 24 hours later, Dr. Brock called me and answered all my questions. This has happened at least 6 times. He is a FANTASTIC doctor. Yes, he is busy, that's because he is good. He has national and international awards, he instructs internationally and had been published in medical journals at least 5 times.

His contact info is as follows;
St. Joseph's Hospital
Room B4-663
268 Grosvenor Street
London, Ontario, Canada N6A 4V2
Phone: 519.646.6042
Fax: 519.646.6037
Email: susan.shannon@sjhc.london.on.ca

Good Luck you won't be sorry :)

Larry



Hey Larry,

Thank you so much. I just emailed Dr Brock's assistant Susan. Also, help a brother out because I have more questions.

How long is the wait time for Dr brock??
How much is the cost ?
Does he only have patients via OHIP or I can schedule a surgery privately and pay it off myself with him??
Did you lose any size with him?


Thank you so much for your help bro,

Garry[/quote][/quote]

Hey.... I was reading this and I thought... What did they put in place of the other one? 2 piece malleable, or they left your penis without anything inside for now?
Suffering from moderate E.D. following a penile fracture.
Merrix: Thank you for everything you have done to this community. You are missed!

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Re: 24 years old Canadian looking to get an implant

Postby Larry10625 » Mon Jul 17, 2017 3:44 am

PFracture wrote:
Larry10625 wrote:Garry, you are very welcome. Now to answer your questions;
1. I would ask your for a referral... you will need one for him as he is a specialist.

2 I didn't wait all that long (maybe 45 days). But, like a contractor, if you can get in quick, that probably isn't good news.

3. I am not sure of the cost, but I had been told by a fairly reliable source (another urologist that doesn't do implants) that it is something like $12,000.

4. OHIP only I believe

5. I don't think I lost any size BUT, I was one of those very rare birds that got a very serious infection (almost died) and had to have my implant removed as a life saving procedure. I am scheduled to go back in November (minimum time for a revision, so everything is healed) BUT, I use to be a grower, after the implant, I was a shower. You really won't go wrong with Dr. Brock... he is the Canadian version of the US dynamic duo (but more affordable), is internationally recognized as an author, instructor and expert. He has been called as an expert witness against another doctor that was charged with sexual assult. I am happy to answer any more questions.

I saw you other question "does he do the surgery himself". The answer is sometimes. BUT remember these "students" are already doctors and urologists and are "students" of the surgical procedures, AND, he doesn't just send in the designated cutter (can you tell I have been watching a little baseball), he is standing right over the patient observing and directing. I feel totally comfortable with his "students"

Larry


Garry;
I had Dr. Brock. He is FANTASTIC.
Don't believe all the bullshit you read on the net. People say that he doesn't take time to talk to patients... Bull shit. He answered EVERY question I asked. I even sent his secretary (Susan) an question, expecting she would ask Dr. Brock when she saw him and reply to me... less than 24 hours later, Dr. Brock called me and answered all my questions. This has happened at least 6 times. He is a FANTASTIC doctor. Yes, he is busy, that's because he is good. He has national and international awards, he instructs internationally and had been published in medical journals at least 5 times.

His contact info is as follows;
St. Joseph's Hospital
Room B4-663
268 Grosvenor Street
London, Ontario, Canada N6A 4V2
Phone: 519.646.6042
Fax: 519.646.6037
Email: susan.shannon@sjhc.london.on.ca

Good Luck you won't be sorry :)

Larry



Hey Larry,

Thank you so much. I just emailed Dr Brock's assistant Susan. Also, help a brother out because I have more questions.

How long is the wait time for Dr brock??
How much is the cost ?
Does he only have patients via OHIP or I can schedule a surgery privately and pay it off myself with him??
Did you lose any size with him?


Thank you so much for your help bro,

Garry
[/quote]

Hey.... I was reading this and I thought... What did they put in place of the other one? 2 piece malleable, or they left your penis without anything inside for now?[/quote]


Nothing for now. The skin has to completely heal first. 6 Months. So, Now 6 I go back to be re-assessed and he said he was going to bump me to the front of the line because of all the shit I have been through. I sure as hell hope so... shortly after that is Christmas and in February, we are going on another Caribbean cruise and I want to be fully healed by then.

Larry
AMS 700 (18 + 2). Implant Mar 30/17 by Dr. Brock of London, Ont, CANADA. Septic Shock - had implant removed Apr 29/17. Appt. for consult for second attempt is on Nov. 24/17, surgery scheduled for Dec. 14/17, plastic surgeon will be in on it again. :)

CANADIANNORTH
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Re: 24 years old Canadian looking to get an implant

Postby CANADIANNORTH » Mon Jul 31, 2017 12:46 pm

I just called Dr. Brock today , the secretary told me she has a pile of referrals on her desk . And that they are booking for February just for the consultation . I then called Dr. Elterman to ask about my referral , they told me they booked me for this coming September . My family Dr. referred me about a month ago .


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