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TOPIC: Schlerosing Lymphangitis With Hyaluronic Acid

Schlerosing Lymphangitis With Hyaluronic Acid 1 year 6 days ago #1308712311

I have posted before about being amongst the truly rare to have had my body reject Hyaluronic Acid filler. Five months were great, but by then my body defensively encapsulated it in delayed onset nodules. After battling them for a while, my surgeon dissolved the left side, quickly clearing it up. We left the right side, as we were sort of experimenting and observing as well how fast my body would naturally deal with it.

Any how, now that 95% of the filler has cleared and most of the lumps are gone, I have noticed that I have developed quite a bad schlerosing lymphangitis. The classic raised white, string of pearls is present in the centre, dorsal base, as well as many smaller protrusions all amongst some of the higher lymph channels. My surgeon has let me know this makes sense to some degree, as the filler clears through the lymphatic system as it eventually dissolves into simple sugars.

Mine however, seems to have 'gummed up' my system.

Has anyone else had this happen? I must say, spending $10k on 5 months of results and then 1.5 years of various conditions that require hiding my unit or explaining why these aren't STIs has been a great challenge on my mental health. Alas, I'm not here to complain, life is life — just curious if anyone else has had lymphatic issues or a 'log jam' of the filler leaving.

I'll be seeing my surgeon again next week and we'll try more hyaluronase, which my strong hope travels through the lymph channels and just clears out whatever is gummed up. I just wanted my penis back!

Thanks friends.

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Schlerosing Lymphangitis With Hyaluronic Acid 1 year 5 days ago #1308712326

I'm sorry to hear about this! To be frank, this is from all accounts a relatively rare complication. Readers will have to remember two key factors here: (1) Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is naturally occurring, it just so happens to be formulated & cross-linked for use as dermal filler, but I say this to implicate its relatively strong safety profile, and (2) while it may or may not be underreported, this is the first I've ever heard of it.

A few matters of note: Upon initial research of this matter it appears that the condition is benign, and that it can clear up with time.
Here are two articles that suggest as much -->

More interestingly, it can occur completely independent of penis enlargement (aging, pathogens, etc) -->

Ultimately, what I'm gathering is that you may be able to come away from this back to normal if you limit (or even prohibit) any strenuous use of your penis like masturbation or sex for a given amount of time. This may just be a matter of your lymphatics taking longer than usual to breakdown filler and it's having a "traffic jam". I'm not trying to diminish the pain-in-the-ass it may be, but that it doesn't appear to be a long-term chronic ailment of sorts, nor does it appear like it will impact the form or function of your penis long-term either.

In fairness, this is information I've gathered on my initial readings on the matter, and I'm no expert in this area. As I admitted before, this is the first I've heard of the condition. I would stay in touch with your performing surgeon and do your own reading in the meantime. Patience is key here, and we're here if ya need us.

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Schlerosing Lymphangitis With Hyaluronic Acid 1 year 5 days ago #1308712334

Thanks for this. I am well aware this is so rare that it's not a realistic fear for 99% of people trying the filler. It's my unique body that had issues with it and others certainly shouldn't expect encapsulation nodules, let alone lymphangitis.

My gut strongly says it's a 'traffic jam.' I'll see what the hyaluronase does next week. And yes, it will eventually sort... Even if it takes a year or so. I had one—albeit smaller—when I used to do PE techniques and it took around a year.

Appreciate your thoughtful response, take care

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