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Thought I would do a quick post on my two year anniversary. Also want to thank FT, like most of us I found this site after my uro at the time handed me a prescription for TriMix and I needed to know more. And a big thanks to Cincinnatus1951 ;) I am still 100% happy with my implant and decision to ha...
- Wed May 06, 2020 1:55 pm
- Forum: Implants
- Topic: Pump location; low riding pump
- Replies: 7
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Mine rides low and now at two years I don’t even notice it. It did take time for everything to settle down and for me to adjust. I am even back to riding a sport motorcycle with no issues. Best of luck.
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
- Views: 642
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.