On The Road To Affording An Implant

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WheezeTheJuice
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On The Road To Affording An Implant

Postby WheezeTheJuice » Sun Apr 18, 2021 5:25 pm

My first phase of my plan is completed. I have obtained my Class A Drivers License.

Now, I will work toward obtain driving experience (time) and endorsements. I just gotta stay motivated and healthy. Network and move up to better paying driving jobs. With the way I live my life; eating habits, fitness, fiscal responsibility. I will still be healthy and I could potentially have the funds to pay for an implant surgery within a 2 year period and still have money left over. I have nothing tying me down, just a cell phone bill and storage rent.

Unless shit hits the fan and everything goes straight to hell in a hand-basket, hahaha!
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Re: On The Road To Affording An Implant

Postby Txagq8 » Mon Apr 19, 2021 12:18 am

Let me be first to congratulate you and send kudos for your initiative in seeking a position where you can generate the revenue to git ‘er done, as people say in the hinterlands (aka flyover country)

As an aside, I’ve had my CDL since 1974 (age 18) and driving a cattle truck part time was one of the many things I did to pay my way thru college. The world would be a far better place if some of the trust fund children in Ivy League schools could spend a summer driving around in the non air conditioned cab of a cattle truck filled with bawling, shitting calves on their way to the auction barn. If nothing else it would be a golden opportunity for them to learn to cuss and chew tobacco.

Regardless of anyone’s station in life having a REAL, marketable skill (like driving a Truck) is a very good Thing.

Not sure about insurance or what you figured you would have to spend, but there are good surgeons doing the implant for about 17-18K out of pocket. So be a little stingy on tipping thisevtruck stop waitresses and save even faster.

Good luck and safe journeys to you, and God bless your industriousness.
Robust, adolescent 65 year old. Venous leakage forever. Used shots, shots+pills 30+ years. Married to same wife ~35 yrs. Implanted 31Dec2019 in Austin Tx. AMS 700 LGX 18 cm with 5 cm RTE.

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Re: On The Road To Affording An Implant

Postby notaes » Mon Apr 19, 2021 9:59 am

Hey my friend!

Had to chuckle reading your post. Sounds like you have lots of good stories in that head of yours. Wish we lived closer would love to hear about some of the wisdom you’ve picked up along life’s merry way. Take care hope to cross paths again soon!
66 yr old male married 36 yrs use trimix four yrs, cilais and Viagra. trimix work well developed scarring on both sides had implant 1/9/2020 at UT Med Ctr, Knoxville, TN Dr. John Lacy.

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Re: On The Road To Affording An Implant

Postby ViaSwiss » Wed Apr 21, 2021 3:24 pm

Wheez, why wait 2 years? AMS has a financial program set up with Ally Bank that many implanters have opted into. It allows you to pay it off over 5 years I believe.

Off the top of my head, Dr Eid, Tatem, Clavill all have. I would imagine many more have.
Age 34. Venous Leakage & Post Finasteride Syndrome (PFS) since age 18.
June 25, 2021: Titan implant w/ Dr. Alex Tatem in Indy.

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Re: On The Road To Affording An Implant

Postby WheezeTheJuice » Sat May 08, 2021 5:15 pm

ViaSwiss wrote:Wheez, why wait 2 years? AMS has a financial program set up with Ally Bank that many implanters have opted into. It allows you to pay it off over 5 years I believe.

Off the top of my head, Dr Eid, Tatem, Clavill all have. I would imagine many more have.


I was just trying to be financially sound. I will look into this program though, thank you for the information. This might open up a new avenue!
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Re: On The Road To Affording An Implant

Postby ViaSwiss » Tue May 11, 2021 8:30 pm

WheezeTheJuice wrote:
ViaSwiss wrote:Wheez, why wait 2 years? AMS has a financial program set up with Ally Bank that many implanters have opted into. It allows you to pay it off over 5 years I believe.

Off the top of my head, Dr Eid, Tatem, Clavill all have. I would imagine many more have.


I was just trying to be financially sound. I will look into this program though, thank you for the information. This might open up a new avenue!


Btw, I just spoke to my urologist and he says he has a payment plan that is through the hospital he uses. That is another option!
Age 34. Venous Leakage & Post Finasteride Syndrome (PFS) since age 18.
June 25, 2021: Titan implant w/ Dr. Alex Tatem in Indy.

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Re: On The Road To Affording An Implant

Postby Lunatech » Thu May 13, 2021 9:01 am

The hospital I used had a zero interest finance option for 2-5 years. My insurance ended up covering it but I did use the finance option for my portion. Shoot use their money instead of mine especially since it was interest free.
49 years old at time of implant, Suffering from ED 10+ years, Implant surgery 2/28/19 AMS 700 LGX 18cm with 4cm RTE by Dr. Terlecki at WFBMC in Winston Salem NC


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