Gt1956 wrote:Waynetho, I'd like to point out something that most members don't take into consideration. Many times the body sees an implated medical device as a foreign invader. As such, your body might try to attack it or wall it off (encapsulate) with scar tissue. The body has a remarkable self protection capabilities.
To that point, I get regular soreness where the reservoir tube's quick-connect runs across the side of my penis, under the skin. The reason for the soreness is that it runs alongside the cylinder tube where it exits the corpora and I get repeated adhesions and releases, each time it releases I get an inflammatory response (soreness) due to being ripped away from the body part it was attached to. It seems the silicone tubing prevents the body from growing to it but the little plastic connection device apparently isn't made out of the same material and thus it has issues with adhesions.