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Speculation: checking the health of injection or graft 1 month 3 weeks ago #1308708989

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I was reading different studies where a large number of people had different kinds of penile enlargement: filler, fat injection, dermal fat graft, and afterwards the surgeons will check how evenly distributed the filler and fat injection is, if there are any lumps, or in the case of dermal fat graft they check the health of the dermal fat graft.

It made me wonder, did anyone here have this done? And why does it seem that no clinics do it after the procedures? In the studies however, they mention using ultrasound examination and computed tomography. Would it not be very reassuring for the patient, and at the same time take out the "guesswork" of the result?

I understand that clinics do not have such equipment, but if someone pay much for a procedure, would it be unrealistic to do some checkup afterwards using equipment? Anyway, it would be interesting to read thoughts on this, and maybe I can be educated in the process?

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Speculation: checking the health of injection or graft 1 month 3 weeks ago #1308708994

Screen2584 wrote: I was reading different studies where a large number of people had different kinds of penile enlargement: filler, fat injection, dermal fat graft, and afterwards the surgeons will check how evenly distributed the filler and fat injection is, if there are any lumps, or in the case of dermal fat graft they check the health of the dermal fat graft.

It made me wonder, did anyone here have this done? And why does it seem that no clinics do it after the procedures? In the studies however, they mention using ultrasound examination and computed tomography. Would it not be very reassuring for the patient, and at the same time take out the "guesswork" of the result?

I understand that clinics do not have such equipment, but if someone pay much for a procedure, would it be unrealistic to do some checkup afterwards using equipment? Anyway, it would be interesting to read thoughts on this, and maybe I can be educated in the process?


It could be a matter of cost. I know of one former Sponsor who would offer this but they also happen to have the equipment on hand. You could always ask your practitioner about it, however I'm not so sure how significant of a difference these devices would make since you'll know whether you need a Revision/touch-up weeks after your procedure. I suppose it couldn't hurt either.

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