I'm on day 15, post 10cc of Ellanse
L. It has been an interesting experience. I wish there was a book of what to expect and how to work with the product, post op.
Initially, for the first 3-4 days, it's more of a thick liquid, that slowly turns to something more like a warm gum and finally cold gum. I had some product move more toward the front, upper Foreskin
, which I had to constantly push down, for the first 5-7 days.
Around day 6-7, I noticed lumps at my base, almost like wings, where my scrotum meets the top of the shaft on the sides. The hard lumps wrapped around to the underside of my shaft and I was concerned about being too late to fix these issues. I didn't realize product was placed there. I suppose I could've pushed it there without realizing. You have to understand, post op, there's swelling and the base of the penis hurts, so it's not something you naturally want to deal within the first week.
I started working on the problem area by applying pressure, pushing really hard - as hard as I can pinch, to flatten it out (heat would've probably helped). I kept working the area as much as I could, each day, dealing with increasing edema. Working the area day after day, now has the material to a pliable state, so I can reshape it (yes, 15 days out). After a while, just Hanging
, it'll form slightly out of shape and I'll reshape it. I hope I can come to a happy place soon, where I don't have to keep shaping. Now, I've discovered the stealth sleeve spandex type tubes help reduce edema, so I'm using them, as well as some medical stretchy wrap tape.
I think many penis shafts have a tight spot, like a tight ring of skin. The challenge is to keep product in this area and maybe not push too far beyond it. I have a tight skin ring near my base and while I mostly had to push product to the base, some has gone beyond. I'm trying to push some of this product up. If it stays, it'll make my fat pad bigger and penis look shorter. So far, I haven't noticed any migration to my scrotum.
Which areas of migration are you concerned about?