MichaelM wrote:Why would the Representative of the implant company, AND the doctor both say that what they implanted was the biggest that could fit if that wasn't true? Many people here have said something like "The doctor is covering her butt, and doesn't care, and is a woman" but they also said "Believe the company rep. He'll tell you the truth". Well, the rep said "you may think you were longer, and you may have been at one time, a long time ago, but you haven't had an erection since 2007, and had a radical prostatectomy in 2013, and from 2007 to 2013 you had no erections and did not use the vacuum pump. You only started using it since 2013, and I was there in surgery, and I provided the doctor with the largest implant I had that would fit but also allow you to grow. We can't just put in something way too big and then plan on your penis growing to match it. Your penis was inside your body at the beginning of surgery and not visible. After all the tests, stretching, and inserting possible implants, what we put in was going to give you room to stretch and the biggest we were willing to insert where the pump could actually be stitched to the top of the inside of your scrotum".
Simple the rep works for the company but is assigned to the Dr. If he goes against tge Dr. Doc complains to company, rep looses job. I read somewhere that the rep can answer questions about tge device but not mecical or surgery stuff. Think about it the rep is not medically trained but trained on a product.
Look at it anothet way you get a new car, the salesman can explain features but can not fix anything he sends you to the technician in service.
Your implant = car
Company rep= salesman
Dr = technician