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Wish you the very best on outcome and just stay positive. I had recurring lung cancer last March and underwent a robotic lobectomy in April. My main concern was not to damage my working implant with a catheter and we laughed about it but was assured they would be careful. Blessed and doing fine now ...
- Tue Jan 21, 2020 9:28 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Skin cancer (basal/squamous) on nose question
- Replies: 9
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Agree see a doctor I had the same pimple type cancer on nose and a MOHS surgery was done. As I understand it the only way to be sure it’s truly gone. Been fine since but they check skin every 4 months now. Just my opinion.
I too have the genesis pump and keychain practice pump. My doctor had me demonstrate in the office before clearing me to cycle. Takes some practice and gets easier as you heal. I use index finger and thumb then squeeze with my right hand. Good luck.
- Tue Dec 31, 2019 8:50 pm
- Forum: Implants
- Topic: Start spreading the news. Another case of impotence bites the dust. Txag goes bionic !
- Replies: 1
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Welcome to a whole new world of sex once you’re healed up. Sounds like everything went well and wish you the best. And just IMO the new year is a good time to give up dip I loved it but after oral cancer surgery and treatments my implant was a breeze lol.