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Drainage from Incision Sites 8 months 4 weeks ago #1308713324

Hi everyone! Long term lurker, Ive had two rounds of PMMA in Tijuana,

Previous before extender or PMMA - 5.8 x 4.75
Round 1 - 6.5 x 5.5 (5.5 at shaft, 6 at base)
Round 2 - 6.5 x 6 (6.5) at base

Round 1 in January, 17cc mix of 10-30%
Round 2 July 4, 19cc mix of 10-30%

Results were amazing, ego boosting especially as im 25 so get to use it pretty often. Asthetics are great too, two small nodules but who the hell cares, also doesn't look amazing soft but again, who cares.

Anyway I wanted to reach out as its been three weeks now and I still have two small spots on my incision sides near my glans, when I masturbate or have sex one gets slightly flaired up, I pop it with a sterile needle and very small amounts of pus came out, the site has not gone away. any advice? It doesn't hurt but its slightly itchy and is visible

PS - I really want to start using a Vac extender again, is 3 weeks long enough since PMMA?
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You should reach out to Avanti. Infection in the filler region is a possibility and you might need antibiotics. I would avoid sex and keep the area clean and wrapped until you hear from Avanti. Just my 2 cents.
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Drainage from Incision Sites 8 months 4 weeks ago #1308713331

And buy a box of sterile hypo needles if you’re going to lance something , like 15 bucks for a hundred Individually packaged sterile. The “knife edge” of the hypo makes healing a lot easier on the body instead of pushing and separating /tearing skin with a regular needle…….also usually less painful.
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Drainage from Incision Sites 8 months 4 weeks ago #1308713336

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Drainage from Incision Sites 8 months 4 weeks ago #1308713355

No, no, and no. Any palpable issue that wasn't present before your procedure shouldn't be poked with like you're popping a pimple. You may inadvertently exacerbate the issue.

I will try to provide you and all future readers some helpful tips (like the first sentence of this post) for your own sake(s).
  1. Short of requiring a Urgent Care/Emergency Room, send an email with [URGENT] in the title -or- call them by phone, or the following morning if they are closed. Be sure to have pictures prepared to send, detailed features of the issue written down, and DO NOT WITHOLD INFORMATION THAT YOU TRIED RESOLVING IT ON YOUR OWN, be it needle, creams, etc.
  2. They will then make an informed medical decision on the best course of action. They may recommend acquiring a certain kind of antibiotic, an ointment, or simply "leaving it alone and a "wait and see" trial.
  3. I know I'm going to sound like a broken record, but DO NOT attempt to resolve an issue in which you have no medical background in. You don't need to call a Doctor on whether you should pop this one annoying pimple on your face, but you really ought to remind yourself that you underwent a medical procedure and have foreign material inside of you. Again, DO NOT SELF-MEDICATE OR PERFORM ANY FORM OF SELF-SURGERY (no matter how "harmless" it appears) without the explicit green light from your Performing Physician.
  4. Lastly, short of Urgent Care or ER, try and be patient to talk to your Performing Physician first. They are the only one with your medical file as it pertains to the procedure and they are also well versed in correcting issues that arise from these kinds of procedures. You'd be surprised how many Doctors, including ER Surgeons who have no idea what you mean when you tell them you had PMMA injected inside you on a trip to Tijuana. He thinks you've lost your mind and orders a de-gloving of your penis and removal of all your newly acquired girth when all you really needed was a 1-week course of antibiotics. I've had members tell me that their Doctors scolded them after learning about the patient's decision, but when asked back why, there was really no response because why would your Family Practice Doctor have an f-ing clue about dermal fillers in the penis. These procedures aren't mainstream and many Doctors simply are unsure on course of action. IF for whatever reason your Primary Physician is hard to reach, visit the Physician Directory on this site and find one who performs the same or similar procedure. Expect to pay a consultation fee since they weren't your performing Doc, and there is no guarantee they will want to deal with it themselves, but at they are Phalloplasty experts unlike your local Clinician. If they do choose to help, they may be able to provide information to hold you over until your Primary Physician returns your call.

That all said, I do want to be clear that @drewtinder9675 's issues don't appear to sound or look alarming. As a matter of fact (Note* I'm not a qualified medical professional), it just sounds like you had a couple of lingering nodules, and when you popped one, that pus was just an accumulation of filler carrier/bodily fluids that was released. Just a hunch, so don't bother trying it with the other nodule.

I know my list I wrote came off as highly alarmist but I just want people here to understand the importance of not taking matters in your own hands if it's above your paygrade. @drewtinder9675 The slight flaring isn't unusual, the itchiness (as long as it isn't constant) isn't unusual, and you don't appear to be experiencing any other adverse symptoms (like pain). Personally, if it concerns you, reach out to the Clinic, but I think a "wait and see" approach -- as long as your penis doesn't swell unprovoked (like randomly without masturbation), become painful, shows redness, or your skin doesn't show signs of peeling or opening, you'll be fine.

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Drainage from Incision Sites 8 months 4 weeks ago #1308713356

Hey! I really appreciate the long response. Didn't mean to sound like an idiot, but yeah I guess the reason I was popping it is because to me it really wasnt a huge deal, again no pain no redness and only itchiness after being exposed to masturbation/sex. I definitely agree, I will likely just go with antibiotics again and go a few days without sex, thankfully camping this weekend so won't be an issue. Also I've been reading your posts since way before I ever did PE or PMMA so I appreciate your support you give everyone.

P.S - If you could Skeptical One, could you let me know your opinion on using an extender after PMMA? How long to wait, and why it still works to use one?

Thank you either way.

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Drainage from Incision Sites 8 months 4 weeks ago #1308713357

drewtinder9675 wrote: Hey! I really appreciate the long response. Didn't mean to sound like an idiot, but yeah I guess the reason I was popping it is because to me it really wasnt a huge deal, again no pain no redness and only itchiness after being exposed to masturbation/sex. I definitely agree, I will likely just go with antibiotics again and go a few days without sex, thankfully camping this weekend so won't be an issue. Also I've been reading your posts since way before I ever did PE or PMMA so I appreciate your support you give everyone.

P.S - If you could Skeptical One, could you let me know your opinion on using an extender after PMMA? How long to wait, and why it still works to use one?

Thank you either way.


The antibiotics are only worth it if that area you decided to expose by popping is now susceptible to infection, then yea I guess I would too, but if it's healing nicely, avoid overusing antibiotics, antibiotic-resistance is becoming a real issue and it'll come back and bite us in the ass if continue popping them like M&M's whenever we have the slightest ailment. I hope I don't sound like I'm scolding, and since you were already prescribed those antibiotics, you aren't technically self-medicating, so it is what it is.

As for the extender. You've done two rounds. Remember when your penis finally felt normal after your first round? Well once your penis heals up and feels just like it did earlier this year, the extender should be fine. I'm just being overly cautious, I mean chances are the extender probably won't even come in contact with the area you popped, but I tend to err on the side of caution. It's like, man finally got this big, what's another week or two of patience when you've waited years to have a shot at ripping apart Magnum XL condoms. This is more of a discretionary thing on your part especially if the extender really isn't going to be messing with the problem area. I will say however, if you easily flare after its use, take my 1-2 week patience tip seriously.

Good luck!

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