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- Wed Jan 15, 2020 1:24 pm
- Forum: Implants
- Topic: Dear Coloplast: About Your Non-Existent Titan Support
- Replies: 24
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I had simalar issues with my deflate button at the begining I used two hands also but as time went on I now use only one . One touch is not really one touch its squeeze and hold for a few seconds then release. That will get most of the pressure out of the tubes. At 8 weeks the tubes are still quite ...
You guys need to be patient one of the things that I found at the very beginning of my situation was when I was in the bathtub was use the face cloth to hold the pump around my sac kept things from slipping out of hand it worked really well and once you’re sitting in the tub everything kind of relax...
Rest assured Dr Eid Will take care of it I’m sure that it’s probably just the way you’re trying to use it something might be stuck or maybe you’re not doing it right. The day 3 activations is usually done in his office so if you had surgery on Thursday it would’ve been moved to Monday. I can appreci...
Your situation is almost identical to what I went through.I also took my catheter out before having seen Dr Eid. It went pretty smoothly and boy it felt a lot better to get rid of that thing. Tomorrow you’re going to get activated, Myra is likely to pump you up and show you how to deflate it then yo...
I’m Interested in the different techniques that we use to pump I don’t mean initially for cycling but I mean after six months a year or so with the implant do people have different techniques that work better for Titans or for LGX . One hand two hands or vice grips what works and what is the most af...
- Tue Dec 24, 2019 2:30 pm
- Forum: Implants
- Topic: Day 8 - Should I be inflating?
- Replies: 17
- Views: 429
Six weeks is a long time the scar tissue will have formed in the Pseudo capsule and any hope of stretching it will diminish greatly. If you were left inflated then I would not be worried about the scar tissue. On the other hand six weeks of a raging hard on would be painful. I started cycling on day...
The first three months are a bit difficult but after that you’re pretty much healed although things do get better slowly as time goes on but the majority of the healing is taking place by then. I’m currently 14 months since the surgery the only time I have any mild discomfort is squeezing the pump n...
Just a heads up to my bionic brothers when riding a horse one must be careful to position the pump in such a way to avoid auto inflation. The up and down movements can cause some discomfort as well as embarrassment when dismounting. The ride was fun
- Mon Nov 11, 2019 10:52 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Implant Insurance Question
- Replies: 6
- Views: 357
Get a Blue Cross supplemental plan and it will cover everything might cost you 150 to 200 a month you can drop it after year but it’s worth every penny you go anywhere you want have any doctor do whatever you want you won’t be upset