Hey guys, this is certainly a topic to address but going to extremes like degloving isn\'t for the faint hearted. I remember he was depressed at his result when he found himself with his original junk after getting the PMMA removed. It\'s hard for some guys that are dissatisfied with what they were given at birth, to correlate their dreams, hopes and expectations with an achievable reality. If on top of that there are issues - sometimes these can even be small but get inflated in one\'s perception - then people get desperate and can resort to extreme measures. I hope nobody else ever feels they have to do such a thing.
Regarding clumping, I have my own theory on how it can happen. In my analysis this has nothing to do with the quality of the product injected or with the skill or technique of the doctor injecting the PMMA. In my case at least, it had to do with my own body\'s rather extreme reaction to the intervention, whereby it sent fluids to surround what it construed to be a foreign body, and it was the pressure caused by the swelling that pressed the PMMA together irregularly. Thankfully doctor C was able to address the subsequent problems very skillfully and successfully as I am about to describe.
Regarding lumps, I\'ve had a few that were all addressed in touch-up sessions with Doctor C. What he does is fairly straightforward. He injects Kenalog in the areas that clumped, melting them away, and then surrounds the area with a new injection of PMMA to blend it into a smooth structure. This was done successfully for me so I can attest to the viability of this method. I was very happy with the results. Furthermore, he is increasingly using syringes versus cannulas for touch-up sessions, making the procedure less likely to produce swelling in the rare subjects who have a more dramatic response, such as myself. I such touch-up sessions I experience zero swelling and therefore absolutely no clustering. Doctor C\'s PMMA remains exactly where he expertly placed it.
I hope these descriptions help those who have concerns or wish to know how or where to address their problems. We are fortunate to have this forum to gain insight and information, and to also have access to highly expert doctors who are extremely helpful in any way they can.
hoddle10 wrote: DOes anyone happen to remember the name of the poster who came along a a couple of months ago having had a reaction to his PMMA and his penis had swelled up? It was about the same time as the Hulk reported his issue after his piercing. He\'d previously had FFT and then followed it up with PMMA years later. A couple of us want to know what happened with him, but we can\'t find his posts.
Think it was Charlie or Charlie1 or something like that. Not sure, but think it was something like that. Does the name ring a bell?
DOes anyone happen to remember the name of the poster who came along a a couple of months ago having had a reaction to his PMMA and his penis had swelled up? It was about the same time as the Hulk reported his issue after his piercing. He\'d previously had FFT and then followed it up with PMMA years later. A couple of us want to know what happened with him, but we can\'t find his posts.
He had his PMMA removed? Do you know why?
Man honestly I can\'t recall if it was him 100% but I believe it had to do with him being paranoid about his health issues coupled with bad results. He just had it in his mind that PMMA was the root cause of everything and had his penis de-gloved and deleted all his posts.
There\'s a slight chance I am confusing him with someone else. But a de-glove is something that is so rare, I think that\'s why I am able to recall it, despite his posts being deleted.
And honestly, I now can see why one might freak out and want all PMMA removed. Those thoughts seriously crossed my mind during the last 3 weeks I\'ve had.
thehulk wrote: I think the general consensus is that lumps can be surgically removed. To treat troubled spots. The penis can be de-gloved and the majority of PMMA can be removed, but nothing cam remove 100% of the PMMA. I believe. My friend DancesWithDragons had this done, but not sure he gets online anymore.