Good results with low-volume doc

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NeedleD
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Re: Good results with low-volume doc

Postby NeedleD » Mon Dec 03, 2018 10:58 pm

Bigred wrote:No stretch test, Trimix or injections. Size was determined on the operating table with accurate measurements. No estimates. I was assured I would get maximum length and girth with the implant of MY choice. That’s one advantage of a high volume surgeon, they have all sizes available during surgery. That’s not saying there’s anything wrong with using anyone you want but ask if he has the full range of sizes available or does he have to order based on an external examination.


When my Uro discussed implants with me he indicated that a representative from Coloplaste would be at the hospital the day of the implant with the full line of implants from Coloplaste.

Alas, my Insurance co put the Kabash on my implant surgery! :cry:
Venous leak,??? :twisted: Using Quadmix/Viagra. Been injecting for over 2 1/2 years. Insurance Co says NO GO on my getting Implant. Oh Well!

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Re: Good results with low-volume doc

Postby 3rd-Nut » Tue Dec 04, 2018 3:43 am

I used a low volume doctor, Dr. Paolone, in Madison, Wisconsin. I got several referrals from brothers on another forum. They were very pleased and so am I. I did not lose any length. Actually, I had the implant 6 years ago today. I have great results and have absolutely nothing negative to say about him. He was very nice and patient. Dr. Paolone's nurses say that he takes his time and does not rush the surgery. After watching some videos of high volume doctors doing implants like they were trying to beat the clock in performing the surgery, his nurses' comments helped put me over the top in choosing him. I have no idea how many implants he does now. I flew in from the Rockies to Madison to see him.
Good luck!
PC 2006, AMS 700 LGX implanted 18+3 2012, Dr. Paolone in Madison, WI- Married 43 yrs.

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Re: Good results with low-volume doc

Postby postra7777 » Tue Dec 04, 2018 10:16 am

Low volume Doc here in St. Louis does 25 - 30 a year. Very pleased. Asked AMS rep who he'd have and he said my dr. hands down. He said that she is a perfectionist. That's all I needed.
Suffered with ED for most of my life. Went from Viagra until it stopped working then to Trimix since Aug '16 which has less and less effect. Implanted 3/8/2018 with AMX 700 CX 21cm with 1cm RTE. 49 years old, no injuries, no prostate issue.

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Re: Good results with low-volume doc

Postby ocitgo » Wed Dec 05, 2018 5:08 am

I am 1 yrs out with my urologist as my surgeon. He a does a couple per month but uses only AMS devices. At 78, I am an experienced patient. In 1993, I had leukemia and a bone marrow transplant. The only failure I have had is a TURIP over a bladder neck injury that often requires frequent surgeries. I changed urologists after that to my current urologist.
ocitgo (Bob F), Bremerton, WA
Implanted 11/13/2017 AMS 700LGX 15 cm, 3 cm rear tip
Manas Jain, MD, Chi Franciscan, Harrison Medical Center Bremerton
BMT for Leukemia (9/9/1993) Fred Hutch, Seattle


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