3 year update - Pros and Cons of implants

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defiant
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Re: 3 year update - Pros and Cons of implants

Postby defiant » Sat Dec 02, 2017 4:29 pm

Congrats man! This all sounds so positive to me.

Look, if you're struggling with end-stage ED then really, the implant is God's gift.

May I ask a question - does the prospect of it failing and then having to wait a few months maybe, being out of action as it were, give you pause?

Also dude, I created an 'implant questionnaire' thread in this forum. Would really love if you could answer the questions in there! You can PM it if you want. I'm just trying to gather as much information as possible!

Thanks dude and I'm so happy for you and your wife.
34 y.o, minor to mild to moderate ED since 21 y.o, 3 Doppler ultrasounds with 1 result of VL & 2 later results of NO physical problem, critically dependent on cialis, overcame Lymophoma at 26, ED causing immense psychological distress

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Re: 3 year update - Pros and Cons of implants

Postby NickNickNick » Sun Dec 03, 2017 9:43 pm

ED2013 wrote:Great post. Congrats on the marriage. Glad you are doing well. Good to see you back on here.

Thanks Ed, good to see that you're still on here helping others out
AMS 700 LGX. Edward Karpman, California. 02/2015

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Re: 3 year update - Pros and Cons of implants

Postby NickNickNick » Sun Dec 03, 2017 9:50 pm

defiant wrote:Congrats man! This all sounds so positive to me.

Look, if you're struggling with end-stage ED then really, the implant is God's gift.

May I ask a question - does the prospect of it failing and then having to wait a few months maybe, being out of action as it were, give you pause?

Also dude, I created an 'implant questionnaire' thread in this forum. Would really love if you could answer the questions in there! You can PM it if you want. I'm just trying to gather as much information as possible!

Thanks dude and I'm so happy for you and your wife.


Thank you so much! Yeah the implant failing does make me a little paranoid, but it's mostly the cost that bothers me. Although AMS implants have a life time warranty, the surgery does not. If I want to have an expert re implant me I'm going to have to upgrade my insurance/benefits to a PPO to cover the cost, and that's only once a year... I just finished paying off this implant and it sucked spending that much. But fingers crossed... I won't have worry about it for hopefully at least 10 years.

Sure, I'll be happy to head over to your post and answer some questions...
AMS 700 LGX. Edward Karpman, California. 02/2015


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