Toothman Show full post »
Toothman
So I am on day 5 of healing post pmma removal. Here are pics. Swelling down a little. 
Quote 0 0
Toothman
At 2 mos point I plan to work on stretching skin if needed. 
Quote 0 0
anon1998
Toothman wrote:
I had 10 vials of bellafill, 8cc of pmma placed, oct of 2018. It has been a very trying time emotionally, physically, maritally. My prior enhancement hx was legthening with Dr R in 2011, and alloderm 2012. Alloderm has to be removed 1 week later due to supposed infection. I believe the blood flow was insufficient because too much was placed at the time. Since then, my penis healed up very well. I had a 6 in flaccid length and 5.5 in flaccid girth. Erect I was 7.5 in length and 6 in girth. Fast forward to oct 2018. I was discussing p shot and girth enhancement with my derm. She suggested filler, and I wanted something that would last a long time. She said bellafill was a good option. It wasn’t surgery in my eyes and it was quick and easy. Yes the procedure was easy, but when things go wrong with filler that is very long lasting, it becomes a problem. 

Let me be clear. Bellafill or any permanent filler is not supposed to be in penis. Your body rejects it by forming a foreign body reaction. Chronic inflammation and nodules. I have issues with nodules that we have tried to treat with steroid shot. Really does nothing and areas will come back because pmma is still there. The last shot I received caused erosion of skin which has been 3 weeks and still needs to heal. 

The pmma filler feels odd. Like a loose mass of soft chewed gum u fed the skin. Doesn’t feel natural or right. My girth erect is now 7 in, but natural healthy penis is so much better. 

I am currently having some lymphatic issues. Left side of shaft by base I can feel enlarged lymphatics and I feel an enlarged lymph node behind knee. Let me explain why I think bellafill is really bad in penis. Bellafill essentially builds scar tissue due to a chronic irritant. This scar tissue forms on the dorsal, top, portion of penis which now it is found is where the penis lymphatics run. So we r creating scar tissue in the superficial fascia of penis where the lymphatic vessels are located. No you can understand why lymphatics of penis will be negatively affected after pmma. 

So so now it’s been 7 mos. I have upcoming appt with surgeon in Cali to have bellafill removed. 
Obsticles to overcome hopefully are possibility of necrosis, adhesion, lymphatic issues, infection.

it has been a nightmare. I have 3 young children, beautiful wife, awesome well paying job. Don’t make a bad decision and screw things up guys. Don’t be greedy like I was. 



Hi i have same problem .. they told me i can  have necrosis.. right now i am in Belgrade , Serbia and thursday i have surgery for removing of pmma . I asked and the doctor said he can remove it without my skin dying . He said to
do this the doctor has to be very experienced.. ( as him ) . The doctor name is Miroslav Djordjevic. I thought it’s important for me .. to be removed Pmma without not cutting the skin ..  i will tell u if the procedure is successful .. after thursday ..  but you cant write to the doctor as well and check him in google .
Quote 0 0
Southdub
Toothman wrote:
So I am on day 5 of healing post pmma removal. Here are pics. Swelling down a little. 


I already see a dramatic improvement and your just 5 days out. Well done for having the courage to go through with this given that very few people have actually undergone removal and people warn of risks.

Btw I am in same position and thinking of getting pmma removed so am paying a lot of attention to you. I am uncut and I know pmma has migrated into my foreskin. I would love to get it removed but would be concerned it is not possible without the Dr cutting of my forskin which I don't want. Do you think it would be possible for doctor to remove it with out cuting foreskin off? 
Quote 0 0
Southdub
anon1998 wrote:



Hi i have same problem .. they told me i can  have necrosis.. right now i am in Belgrade , Serbia and thursday i have surgery for removing of pmma . I asked and the doctor said he can remove it without my skin dying . He said to
do this the doctor has to be very experienced.. ( as him ) . The doctor name is Miroslav Djordjevic. I thought it’s important for me .. to be removed Pmma without not cutting the skin ..  i will tell u if the procedure is successful .. after thursday ..  but you cant write to the doctor as well and check him in google .


Can you please keep us updated in how you get on with your removal to. 
Quote 0 0
Toothman
You would have to have a consult in person. Every case is different. Where the pmma is located relative to surface of skin etc. you are fortunate because is you have foreskin intact and u need some skin removed you have redundancy of skin. I was circumcised but more on the loose side. 
Quote 0 0
shesaidavg
Toothman wrote:
Here are pics of erect to show that pmma in fact looks pretty good and feels normal when erect. However, when flaccid nodules form and can be hard and painful. 
That's a huge dick toothman. That should not be something you are concerned with.
Quote 0 0
Toothman
So I got full bill from hospital for removal of pmma. 6000 k to doctor and 75k to hospital. I about shit my pants when I saw that. Fortunately, I have hsa insurance and after 4 k in network the rest was covered. I couldn’t believe the bill. 
Quote 0 0
Reklaw
Toothman wrote:
So I got full bill from hospital for removal of pmma. 6000 k to doctor and 75k to hospital. I about shit my pants when I saw that. Fortunately, I have hsa insurance and after 4 k in network the rest was covered. I couldn’t believe the bill. 

I don’t understand how that can be right. If you had it removed privately here in the UK at somewhere decent such as Spire healthcare it would be 6k everything included.
Quote 0 0
Toothman
It was done in hospital OR outpatient with 23 hr observation. The anesthesia bill was 20 k alone! It was not done at a private clinic. Welcome to American medicine and American insurance. I am glad it was in network and I had health savings plan (hsa) insurance. 
Quote 0 0
Reklaw
@Toothman
Can you give us an update about how things are going?
I’ll be having a deglove and removal in the near future so I’m interested to know how you are. 
Quote 1 0
George7
Reklaw wrote:
@Toothman
Can you give us an update about how things are going?
I’ll be having a deglove and removal in the near future so I’m interested to know how you are. 
Hi. May I ask why you are going for a deglove? I have always considered it a last resort if I had too so curious about why you are thinking of it?
Quote 0 0
Reklaw
George7 wrote:
Hi. May I ask why you are going for a deglove? I have always considered it a last resort if I had too so curious about why you are thinking of it?

I had 70ml of Micronised Alloderm (MegaFill) injected in South Korea 4 years ago, I have too many nodules to remove by by making small incisions, I’ve exhausted all other options.
Quote 0 0
Toothman
I am a bit over 5 weeks out. A few things I am disappointed with. I have areas of lymphedema. I am hoping these areas are temporary, however I have seen a whole lot of change during the healing process. The lymphedema is distal to the circ scar and in an area on the top center of shaft. Also, I have a lymphocele, or large vessel that feels like a small rubber worm on left side of shaft. Finally, on the left side of shaft I have 2 areas of scar tissue that feel adhered to the bucks fascia. I know it’s only been 5 weeks and I am hopeful edema will go away. If it doesn’t my understanding is it just gets worse over time and that would involve a split thickness skin graft of entire penis. I don’t have the stomach for that. 

This is is the thing about lymphedema. It is a poorly understood disorder. Sometimes small surgeries can cause it, sometimes large surgery does not. With any injectable filler fibrosis, or collagen building is final goal. This fibrosis compromises the lymphatics. Then you try to remove the filler and fibrotic tissue, which in turn destroys the lymphatic vessels. Damaged lymphatic vessels equal lymphedema. Lymph vessels do not readily repair themselves. It’s a scary thought. 

I have taken pictures every week for record. I will post 5 week pics. 
Quote 0 0
Toothman
FB49C821-84B6-4EB3-98EC-108AA8DF2C8C.jpeg  BFD60061-0B51-4F36-AACD-74E3BD3FF867.jpeg  0A0A6B24-6C01-46EC-92F3-45FAC7F3983A.jpeg 
Quote 0 0