needhelp wrote:Bandit wrote:Needhelp
Early to say but i had the pinching too. It actually feels more like a pulling. Almost feels like there is a stitch holding the pump to the skin. Turns out that my pump had adhered to my sack. This is a common problem if thats the case. Warm baths help it to release. Takes a little time but just have to deal with the pinch as you call it. It should pass in time if thats what it is. Hope this helps.
Thanks Bandit..... I think the Dr stitched the pump in place. That would not be a problem would it? Most Dr do that when placing the pump don't they? Was yours stitched? How did you get it free? I can feel my pump. It seems to be free because I've been feeling around for the deflate button. Im new to this implant procedure. Hope Im not confusing you trying to describe it.
My surgeon tied mine down... just like a tarp hahaha... he said keeping it low is best for it's operation.