My Implant Journey

The final frontier. Deciding when, if and how.
rglassva
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Re: My Implant Journey

Postby rglassva » Tue Nov 16, 2010 8:42 am

BEST OF LUCK TO YOU! SURE THINGS WILL GO WELL - SOUNDS LIKE YOU'RE IN GREAT HANDS.
LOOK FORWARD TO THE AFTER-JOURNALING - YOU'RE AN INSPIRATION!

RICK
rhabdomyosarcoma - 1975
chemo/radiation
e.d. since puberty

jackpTenn
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Re: My Implant Journey

Postby jackpTenn » Tue Nov 16, 2010 3:34 pm

Jerry

You are at the beginning of a new adventure. Several of us on the forum have been in your position and now feel like young men again.

A great hosital with great doctors and staff.

Gods Speed my firend.

Jack
Peyronies 1995
Penile Implant 10/08
Dr. Douglas Milam @ Vanderbilt
Normal Again

knotreel
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Re: My Implant Journey

Postby knotreel » Tue Nov 16, 2010 3:57 pm

Jerry (and Willy) I hope both of you come out and become friends again. However it might be a while before you are best of buddies again, looks like Willy has not been standing up for you and that's no way to treat a buddy.
I am starting to get anxious and I still have a month plus to go. Best of luck
Ron
age 74 married, Robotic RP Dec.2009. Implanted Jan 2011 with AMS 700LGX and AMS 800 AUS. (AMS 1500). IPP failed March 2018 , leak. Planning an AUS revision (total replacement) in 2018, now I need the IPP too.

franglais
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Re: My Implant Journey

Postby franglais » Tue Nov 16, 2010 7:14 pm

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Frank Talk Admin
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Re: My Implant Journey

Postby Frank Talk Admin » Tue Nov 16, 2010 7:57 pm

prayers and thoughts are with you, Jerry! you deserve all the gusto you can get out of that beast!
Take care
Paul

Genome
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Re: My Implant Journey

Postby Genome » Tue Nov 16, 2010 9:05 pm

Things went well today in pre-op. Blood work, EKG, blood pressure and weight, and an intensive analysis of my meds, present and past health issues, and past surgeries. This facility is so very professional...yet warm and friendly. I was given a green-light for the surgery tomorrow and a "boarding pass" that will streamline my paperwork for tomorrow.

I will arrive at 12:30 tomorrow and surgery is scheduled for 2:30.

Last chance for me to document Spike in his natural condition. This is the lil guy waiting to be transformed into a bionic superhero. He is nervous but confident.
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Josh_14_11
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First post-op report

Postby Josh_14_11 » Thu Nov 18, 2010 9:53 am

I just talked with Jerry on the phone. He can't get to a computer right now, but wanted me to tell you guys that his surgery went just fine. He's pretty sore, as might be expected. He doesn't notice any loss in girth, though it's difficult to tell permanent results at this point. The 'lil guy is rather moody right now... won't speak to him. And his balls are saying "Three's a crowd!" I'm sure Jerry will have lots to report after he settles in at home again. His wife is driving him home today. He thanks everyone for their support and encouragement.
Early 60's. Married. Occasional ED offset by a variety of methods with pills as a last resort.

Genome
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Re: My Implant Journey

Postby Genome » Thu Nov 18, 2010 9:12 pm

Well friends...I am back home and look surprisingly normal tonight. Surgery ended yesterday afternoon. Not in a great deal of pain but a good deal of discomfort. Spent the night at the hospital...used some perkoset for pain. Balls are swollen and tender. Actually balls are the sorest part. They are not used to dard company. I can feel the pump and tubing with my hand. Abdomen is next most sore...from placement of reservoir and stitches. Dick is a little bit sore.

This morning...i honestly think I got 2 spontaeous piss erections in my corpus spongiosum. Yeah! Head flared and shaft stiffened some more. Doc Milam has my dick pumped up a little as was expected. Gonna show you guys how i look. Surprisingly normal.
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Genome
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Re: My Implant Journey

Postby Genome » Thu Nov 18, 2010 9:16 pm

Couple of more pics
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knotreel
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Re: My Implant Journey

Postby knotreel » Thu Nov 18, 2010 11:21 pm

what did they do? use glue? It is hard to tell that you just had surgery. Scrotum swelling doesn't look as bad as some have said. I think mine will be done via the scrotum as I will be getting the AUS implanted too. Hopefully you are over the worst.
Glad to learn that you are in not too much discomfort.
Ron
age 74 married, Robotic RP Dec.2009. Implanted Jan 2011 with AMS 700LGX and AMS 800 AUS. (AMS 1500). IPP failed March 2018 , leak. Planning an AUS revision (total replacement) in 2018, now I need the IPP too.


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