Revision Tomorrow: Titan One Touch

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1Roofer
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Revision Tomorrow: Titan One Touch

Postby 1Roofer » Mon Jun 08, 2020 9:00 pm

I am having a revision tomorrow morning to replace my Coloplast Titan 22cm. I am converting from a Genesis pump to an One Touch pump. I’ve heard mixed reviews regarding the sticky deflate valve. Just wanted to get some feedback about some people’s experience with the One Touch pumps. Is it true that you have to mess with the deflate/inflate sometimes to initiate filling the cylinders? I just fear this possible hiccup would blow the cover on the anonymity of having an IPP. My previous 2 Genesis pumps failed while having sex. Thanks in advance for any feedback m.
Implanted by Dr. Hakky on August 6th, 2018 Coloplast 22 cm. Genesis pump failure 8/17/19. Revision 9/10/2019. Genesis pump failed 2/27/2020 while having sex. Second revision scheduled 4/7/2020 with new Titan One Touch pump instead of Genesis

Skier123
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Re: Revision Tomorrow: Titan One Touch

Postby Skier123 » Mon Jun 08, 2020 9:39 pm

Interesting that you decided to make the switch to a One Touch (but with two Genesis failures - who can blame you?) I went with the Genesis because of all the OT sticky-valve complaints I've read on this site, plus it's a little smaller. Hoping the one touch works better for you ...
54 yr old single guy
Severe ED for over10 years; diagnosed with peyrones and venous leak
Implanted 12/23/19, Dr. Laurence Levine
Coloplast Titan w/ Genesis pump

warrenw
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Re: Revision Tomorrow: Titan One Touch

Postby warrenw » Mon Jun 08, 2020 11:22 pm

1Roofer wrote:I am converting from a Genesis pump to an One Touch pump.

When you say "One Touch" pump is that the OTR pump or the Touch pump? I don't see a One Touch pump in the Coloplast catalog.

I would go with the latest model, which is the Touch pump, and skip the OTR which is an older model (between Genesis and Touch).

I have the Touch, and it has been 100% problem free for me. The buttons work just the way they should, are easy to find, and I have not had to reset or mess with the pump, it just works. I do a couple of quick pumps after deflation to prevent auto-inflation, but that maybe just superstition.
Implant - Dr Eid 12/2017, Titan Touch 20/21cm no RTE, 125cc reservoir

1Roofer
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Re: Revision Tomorrow: Titan One Touch

Postby 1Roofer » Mon Jun 08, 2020 11:30 pm

warrenw wrote:
1Roofer wrote:I am converting from a Genesis pump to an One Touch pump.

When you say "One Touch" pump is that the OTR pump or the Touch pump? I don't see a One Touch pump in the Coloplast catalog.

I would go with the latest model, which is the Touch pump, and skip the OTR which is an older model (between Genesis and Touch).

I have the Touch, and it has been 100% problem free for me. The buttons work just the way they should, are easy to find, and I have not had to reset or mess with the pump, it just works. I do a couple of quick pumps after deflation to prevent auto-inflation, but that maybe just superstition.



That’s great news! How long have you had your rig & how often do you use it?
Implanted by Dr. Hakky on August 6th, 2018 Coloplast 22 cm. Genesis pump failure 8/17/19. Revision 9/10/2019. Genesis pump failed 2/27/2020 while having sex. Second revision scheduled 4/7/2020 with new Titan One Touch pump instead of Genesis

warrenw
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Re: Revision Tomorrow: Titan One Touch

Postby warrenw » Tue Jun 09, 2020 12:39 pm

My surgery was December '17, see sig. Average usage is 2-3 times a week. After the first couple of months I never cycled, only pumped for sex, so that could have saved some wear and tear. Very happy with the Titan and would stay with it if a revision is necessary some day.

Good luck with your revision today.
Implant - Dr Eid 12/2017, Titan Touch 20/21cm no RTE, 125cc reservoir

Dave52
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Re: Revision Tomorrow: Titan One Touch

Postby Dave52 » Tue Jun 09, 2020 2:27 pm

I have the one touch. For the first few months it was a bit difficult to use now after 20 months its a breeze it works fine if your inclined to get all the fluid out I do when I ride my bike then just hold it a bit longer and squeeze the cyclinders.
Born 52
Prostatectomy 6/1/18
Viagra worked before RRP
Trimix painful Bimix both Ineffective
Titan 20CM 1CM RTE
10/26/18 Dr.Eid

Old Guy
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Re: Revision Tomorrow: Titan One Touch

Postby Old Guy » Tue Jun 09, 2020 2:44 pm

Mine is the Coloplast Titan OTR. I did have problems finding the button at first, but between soreness and swelling it was tough to find with a numb index finger. Now at 7 months out I can inflate and deflate without problems.
I hold the pump between my left index and thumb now, use tip of my thumb to press button.
68 years old when Coloplast Titan OTR implanted 11-08-2019. Viagra, Trimix, QuadMix all failed after a while. Married to my beautiful 17 year younger wife for 32+ years. As much as it was a tough recovery for me I'm glad I had it done.


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