Meddman1 wrote:I did get it in March. Ok I know what it is after calmly looking and feeling everything. The implant came out of the right side of my penis. The entire right side is in my scrotum. Which to me means I need to get this fixed immediately. I don’t want that right cabal to heal or get scarring. If I get it re done now the trauma won’t be like it was when I initially hit it done. How can this have happened. All I was doing was pumping it up prior to sex. Not good. I can’t wait to talk to product rep. This is unacceptable.
For what it's worth, the area is still sterile until it's reopened by the surgeon, as long as you haven't developed an infection. In theory, the doctor should be able to reseat the cylinder if it's still in good shape and stitch it over again without replacing the cylinder or the entire implant. I'm not sure how he will handle getting it back into the corpus cavernosum again though, unless he pulls it out, attaches a suture thread back into the distal tip and pulls it back into your penis again with a furlow passer as was done originally. The doctor may be able to simply push it back in if everything has been well stretched over the past four months.