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How long until the PMMA is settled?? 2 years 4 months ago #1308698877

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Hey all,

I got my first PMMA procedure done on Wednesday. It's 3 days later and I'm still massaging every hour or so, and waking up every 2-3 hours at night to continue to massage it.
Essentially all the swelling is gone and all the holes have closed up.

The product still seems to migrate to the head of Dick and collect there. I have to massage it was harder to move it back down.

How long does it take for the PMMA to set, where I don't have to be so attentive to it 24/7?

When can you tell that the shape is set and isn't fixable?

If you've had PMMA injections done, how long did it take for the product to settle?
What were signs that it was no longer movable?

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Side question: It sometimes feels like there are sharp grains of sand in certain areas. Is this something I should be alarmed about or will they get covered in collagen and the pain will go away?

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How long until the PMMA is settled?? 2 years 4 months ago #1308698888

lb44597 wrote: Hey all,

I got my first PMMA procedure done on Wednesday. It's 3 days later and I'm still massaging every hour or so, and waking up every 2-3 hours at night to continue to massage it.
Essentially all the swelling is gone and all the holes have closed up.

The product still seems to migrate to the head of Dick and collect there. I have to massage it was harder to move it back down.

How long does it take for the PMMA to set, where I don't have to be so attentive to it 24/7?

When can you tell that the shape is set and isn't fixable?

If you've had PMMA injections done, how long did it take for the product to settle?
What were signs that it was no longer movable?

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Side question: It sometimes feels like there are sharp grains of sand in certain areas. Is this something I should be alarmed about or will they get covered in collagen and the pain will go away?


Likely 72 hours but I 5-7 days just to be extra sure. Rather than worry about it 24/7, just create set times with your phone's alarm clock to spend a few minutes re-adjusting. I recall using the actual antibiotic gel they gave me as a lubricant, made the massaging much easier. Make sure your hands are clean, especially if the entry points are not fully healed yet.

Those sharp pains you speak of, are they palpable in the sense that you can feel something grainy? Or is it just the sensation? I ask because I've had both instances (1) the ones that were palpable ended up becoming small nodules that were later smoothed out (and no longer an issue), and (2) I'd get mild random prickly sensations days & weeks after a session, and I just assumed that had to do with collagen & nerve growth since it always eventually went away (and I've haven't experienced it since).

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How long until the PMMA is settled?? 2 years 4 months ago #1308698891

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@Skeptical_One Yes, I can feel something grainy. It feels like a little grain of sand or a piece of salt. If I rub it or pinch it, it hurts. I feel as though if I pushed it SUPER hard, it could cut through skin.

Regardless, good to know that it will go away :)

Thanks!

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How long until the PMMA is settled?? 2 years 4 months ago #1308698892

lb44597 wrote: @Skeptical_One Yes, I can feel something grainy. It feels like a little grain of sand or a piece of salt. If I rub it or pinch it, it hurts. I feel as though if I pushed it SUPER hard, it could cut through skin.

Regardless, good to know that it will go away :)

Thanks!


Oh if it's that palpable, it may soften but not necessarily go away for good --> it might need a punch excision. This is a quick, non-invasive technique to rid of superficial nodules. If you don't have a follow-up appointment planned, I'd just wait it out over the course of the year to see if it softens any, and decide then on any further action. That said, it's not an alarming issue and a somewhat common irregularity that comes along with filler injections (i.e. nodules).

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How long until the PMMA is settled?? 2 years 4 months ago #1308698899

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@Skeptical_One Lets say it is superficial nodules, if I am planning to go back in November or December, is that fine to wait that long? Or do you need to remove them immediately?

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lb44597 wrote: @Skeptical_One Lets say it is superficial nodules, if I am planning to go back in November or December, is that fine to wait that long? Or do you need to remove them immediately?


They aren't an urgent matter if you don't anticipate the excessive employment of your shaft (e.g. sex, aggressive masturbation, etc). I say that because the smaller nodules can be abrasive and can leave you sore if irritated. Otherwise, from my experience, the nodule in it of itself doesn't appear to pose any immediate risks. That said, I'm no physician and I'd strongly recommend you consult your performing doctor for definitive answers.

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How long until the PMMA is settled?? 2 years 4 months ago #1308698905

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Copy that, thanks for the feedback!

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How long until the PMMA is settled?? 2 years 3 months ago #1308698953

so small nodules make it painful for sex if im reading that correct? and the only way to get rd of them is a follow up?

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How long until the PMMA is settled?? 2 years 3 months ago #1308698956

unknow1948 wrote: so small nodules make it painful for sex if im reading that correct? and the only way to get rd of them is a follow up?


Minor aesthetic irregularities are hard to predict and somewhat inevitable in my opinion, due to the unpredictable nature of collagen production & encapsulation. Two men with identical dimensions receiving the same volume of product may yield different results. This also explains why you'll have minor variations in texture and "feel" with even the most skilled inejctors. This also explains the importance of seeking out an experienced practitioner versus a "cheaper, local" alternative.

That said, these minor irregularities are seldom noticeable to the untrained eye and is rarely painful when used in sex, but can still happen. These matters can be "smoothed" out with follow-up visits but for some, may smooth out over time (this usually depends on the severity of the irregularity; very small nodules may smooth out where larger palpable ones will require intervention).
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