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indiano123

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Two weeks ago i went to the er. My penis was leaking pus and blood. I thought that maybe the filler had bacteria but the doctor say it is fine. 1 abscess 1cm and another one 2cm. They only could get to one because the next is surrounded by ha. Idk what to do now its healing and getting smaller little by little but idk if im able to get fillers anymore. Im not sure why but now the right side seem longer and the left side is shorter when erect and its tilt to the left instead of straight like it use too.
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Also it was very thick before. And after the doctor squeezed out as much pus as they could it got significantly smaller and now im wondering if my gains were mostly pus building up.
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Really i guess everyone will just ignore me then
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Hi Indiano
Can you post pictures?
It's really hard to know what to suggest seen as you've been leaking blood
I'd go see a urologist about it
It would be a shame if you have to dissolve the ha but you might need to if you've got an abscess
You definitely need some antibiotics
It would help if you could find out what caused it?
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Can you provide some context? What all have you had done, when was it done, who did it, etc..  
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Hi Indiano
Can you post pictures?
It's really hard to know what to suggest seen as you've been leaking blood
I'd go see a urologist about it
It would be a shame if you have to dissolve the ha but you might need to if you've got an abscess
You definitely need some antibiotics
It would help if you could find out what caused it?


The urologist never even heard of girth enlargement or the fillers used. All he said was it will take a while to heal and that i should just leave it alone bc girth enlargement doesn't exist. Just that it looks like 3 more is there but from cat scan it was 2 which he worked on 1 and next they couldnt. I received antibiotics and was told to stuff the wound with packaging so that it get out all the pus and heal but the packaging literally does not stay in long so i decided to stop stuffing it. Its been 2 weeks and i assumed its closing but it will get small then suddenly appear big. I still have the issue of a erection that leans to the left and its still lopsided.
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Can you provide some context? What all have you had done, when was it done, who did it, etc..  


No doctor did this. I bought ha online and injected myself i assumed everything was fine but it seems from the very first time i injected i started to get abscess and pus started to build up. I mistook my massive gains for collagen wen it was mostly pus and blood bc as soon as he drained and squeezed most of it out i lost most of the girth i had.
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The hole is on the right and beside it is the next abscess that they couldnt cut. They did make an incision all the way from one abscess the next but nothing came out so they left it.

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Idiano seriously
You need to go see another Urologist, don't let that other guy treat you any more
I wouldn't get too worried about it most of the time abscess go just with antibiotics
Well it was abviously caused by self injecting
I honestly wouldn't do this anymore, I'd focus on trying to improve your financial situation so you can afford to go to Dr C, if your struggling to save money have you considered getting a lone?
It would be worth it in the long run if it would improve your confidence.
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Really i guess everyone will just ignore me then


If you post a topic in "Phalloboards Guidelines" then it's unlikely anyone is going to see it!
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You should ask a Dr if hyaluronidase is a good idea. 

But this is why we don't discuss self injection as we don't want people to end up in these situations. 
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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3483579/

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8. Abscess and cellulitis

Bacterial inoculations can occur after filler injections as a result of skin surface breakage.(Daines and Williams, 2013) Inflammatory nodules that present with erythema, edema and tenderness, in other words, a “red angry bump”, which presents within 3–14 days should be treated as an infection. The patient should be examined for fluctuance, and if fluctuance is noticed, incision and drainage are needed. Although staphylococci and streptococci bacteria are the most commonly identified organisms, the expressed material should be sent for broad culture for 10–21 days (under aerobic and anaerobic growth conditions). Another approach is to aspirate the lesion with an 18-gauge needle after applying topical anesthesia. The patient should be started on empiric broad-spectrum antibiotics immediately, selecting drugs that provide coverage against acid-fast bacilli, atypical mycobacteria, and MRSA, such as macrolide and tetracycline (clarithromycin 500 mg and minocycline 100 mg twice daily for 4–6 weeks). If there is no response after 48-h of follow up, take a 2 mm punch biopsy for tissue culture and adjust the antibiotics accordingly. Hyaluronidase can also be used to dissolve the nidus of the infection. In the case of severe infection, an immunocompromised patient, or infection in facial danger zones, hospitalization is warranted and intravenous antibiotics must be started (Funt and Pavicic, 2013Narins et al., 2009Levy and Emer, 2012 and Sclafani and Fagien, 2009).





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When i was in the er the urologist and abscess specialist was the one who made the incision and and drained it. At the Docter no one ever heard of girth enlargement including the urologist. They even made fun of me wen they thought i was sleeping talking about how im so small and how i cant have have kids and no one will want me, little did they know i have a kid and my wife was waiting for in the waiting room all night. The next urologist is one who just looked over what they did and made sure i was healing. He gave me the packaging, i have an appointment with him this monday coming. What i want know is what happened to all the girth i had before? and why do i have painful erections and why it tilts to the left. I took all my antibiotics and so idk if the other abscess will go away on its own but im hoping it does. I would like to make sure all abscess go away first before pursuing more fillers and i was hoping to get a doctors opinion but there clueless so im screwed.
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You should ask a Dr if hyaluronidase is a good idea. 

But this is why we don't discuss self injection as we don't want people to end up in these situations. 



No docter knew anything about fillers or girth enlargement and so they thought i was just some dumb desperate guy bc i have a small dick. They also said that they checked and the filler didnt have bacteria in it, but they said my white blood cell count was high so that meant i had a infection.
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