Implant failure

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gautengrob
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Re: Implant failure

Postby gautengrob » Sun Jun 02, 2019 9:49 am

Wow I had exactly the same issue I thought I broke the bulb nothing would work on Friday bulb just went flat like my dick was in the am it was ok Ams rep said deflate and slowly pump it again seems to have worked
Progressive ED since 2005 Heart Attack at 38 Heart Valve replacement 2014 Viagra works 5% of the time implant May 10 2019 Dr Licht lgx 18 plus 2

Larry10625

Re: Implant failure

Postby Larry10625 » Sun Jun 02, 2019 10:02 am

Lost Sheep wrote:With any luck it is a stuck valve.

When you attempt to pump up, does it feel normal? That is, squeeze against resistance once or twice and get a sudden collapse of the pump bulb (often described as a "pop" or "giving")? followed by easy compressions that get gradually more resistant?

If abnormal, what are the differences?

The AMS Patient Liaison may be able to help just over the phone. This is one of the things they are there for.



Correct. Jamie Matson is great at talking people through issues. She talked me through a factory re-set when I first got my implant. I thought I was going to have to go to the OR again but she just walked me through it. :)

Larry

ocitgo
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Re: Implant failure

Postby ocitgo » Wed Jun 19, 2019 4:44 am

One tube was flat. I was in at 11 am and home by 9 pm. Today I saw my uro. All is good.
ocitgo (Bob F), Bremerton, WA
Implanted 11/13/2017 AMS 700LGX 15 cm, leak, 3 cm rear tip
Implanted 06/17/2019 AMS 700LGX 18 cm, 1.5 cm rear tip


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