With the shuttle, they will meet you at the airport, and will either meet you with a sign or you can call the office when you get there. You let the office know your travel plans and they coordinate the shuttle.
If you are flying within from within the US to San Diego, you don\'t have to declare anything. Crossing the border, IF you are stopped you have to declare $10,000 or more.
After 72 hours the PMMA is pretty much set and won\'t move. You don\'t have to stay that long, but stay as long as you feel comfortable.
1. How do I find the shuttle when I arrive at the San Diego Airport? Is there a number I call? Is my arrival time coordinated through Dr. C\'s office?
2. Given Voluma is super expensive, I\'m still concerned about carrying that much cash across the border. What is the legal limit I have to declare on a USA Airline and across the Mexican border? I would prefer not to use my bank routing number or debit/credit card showing I\'ve had penis enlargement, is there another payment method besides cash that makes it more anonymous?3. How long should I say in TJ after my injection? My concern is leaving too soon and realizing I have terrible cosmetic outcome or develop an infection and it may be difficult to return for a few months given how busy my job is.
My first PMMA treatment was in September 2017 with Dr. C the office has no issues with me using my real name or fake name.. just FYI... I opted to use my real name but final decision is of course yours. Also take the shuttle to and from the clinic that Dr. C office recommends it is easy and stress free.
When you meet the doctor and staff you will be very impresses they are very very professional and truly have your best interests in mind at all times.
I think what the OP is concerned about is that he doesn\'t want for his personal details to get leaked and exposed to the public that he had penile enlargement. Data breaches of even large multi-billion dollar companies are often on the news. I would dare say the computer network of Dr. C would be far less secure than Fortune 500 companies.
You have to understand that, although Dr. C works in Mexico, he still does so as a medical professional.
Just because it\'s Mexico that does not mean you are going to some shady \"clinic.\" I\'m sure there are some of those around, but his is not one of them.
Always best to have some record of where you have been especially in foreign country in case shit goes sideways. Medical records have have benefits for you and your doctor. You need to own this if you are gonna do it.
Taking the cash into Mexico is not a problem. You don\'t stop going into Mexico, or at least I did not. Besides, it is not enough cash to need to declare.
Coming back into the States, no, they will not ask specifics regarding the doctor, if they even ask.
The majority of the time, they will just check your passport and you move along. This border is so incredibly busy they don\'t have time to linger.
Yes, Dr. C keeps records of you as his patient. It is electronic, just like in the US.
Did you carry the cash across the border?
No one asked how much cash you had on you (I suspect having a few thousand in cash would raise eyebrows if asked)?
Will they ask about details regarding why I was seeing a physician if I tell them I saw a doctor?
Does Dr. C keep records/file of you as a patient? If so is it on paper or electronic medical record?
The shuttle will pick you up from the airport. They drove me straight to the the clinic.
Afterwards the will pick you up and drive you either to the airport or to your hotel, if you are staying anywhere other than next door.
Going back across the border the shuttle will have a medical pass that should bypass a large portion of the line.
Yes, you should have your passport. Others have made it across with birth certificate and ID, but I wouldn\'t risk it.
Entering Mexico is a breeze. You just drive on in. No stopping, no questions. Coming back, if they ask, just tell them you were seeing a doctor.
I paid for my procedure in cash.
Also, you will not pay the driver for the shuttle service, you will pay the office. But keeping a little cash for a gratuity is nice.