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Old 01-12-2018, 04:29 PM
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Get another Doc ASAP! Why would you stay with one you have NO confidence in?
Not a confidence thing a malpractice thing I say lawyer up and start a suit :
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That sounds a lot like a needle in the dik?
Yep. But not the tip....in the side.
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I CANNOT change "Doctors" either, believe it or Not,(Due to My Insurance/health plan),, I have a racist black woman as a Primary Doctor, so anything I say, goes in one ear & out the other..

THIS IS SERIOUS!!! IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN..
Be sure not to mention this in your law suit.

Also ask for a referral to a specialist.
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What is the specific reason you canít change Dr.ís? Insurance canít make you see a specific dr, but they can pretty much force you to stay in network. Push to do that, but be willing to travel.

If SC is an option, Dr. Eric Rovner at MUSC is awesome. Teaching dr of urology. Most of the urology staff with medical group of the Carolinas out of Spartanburg are also MUSC folks, and I trust them as well.

I wonít go into too much detail except by PM, but we have urology options mapped out ahead of any travel we do, and trust current/former MUSC staff more than all others.
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Yep. But not the tip....in the side.
Curious, how painful is that? Do you apply a topical anesthetic first? I've heard of these shots and that they can be much more effective then Viagra. Not sure about side effects like vision/headaches?
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Old 01-12-2018, 04:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Boataholic View Post
Curious, how painful is that? Do you apply a topical anesthetic first? I've heard of these shots and that they can be much more effective then Viagra. Not sure about side effects like vision/headaches?
My BIL uses the needle, says it's no big deal. The needle/pain, that is, not the result.
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Originally Posted by Claim View Post
Yep. But not the tip....in the side.
That doesn't make it any less cringe worthy.
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My first stop would be a Urologist, second stop lawyer. I would be surprised if a Foley catheter did any permanent damage, but a Urologist should be able to get a handle on what's going on and discuss treatment options with you. There really isn't a "wrong" way to insert a Foley into a male (there's only 1 hole and it's pretty easy to find), but there's a balloon at the end that is supposed to be inflated inside the bladder to keep it in place. Sometimes, if the prostate is enlarged, as in BPH, it is difficult to thread the catheter all the way to the bladder. If the person inserting the catheter is a complete idiot they could have inflated the balloon in the urethra/prostate area, not the bladder as designed, and caused some trauma. If that were the case, however; it would be very unlikely for the catheter to actually have been functional. Urine would not drain effectively and the bladder would become distended. There's also a chance that the clot issue is also in the blood vessels of your penis. Since your PCP isn't worth a dern, a Urologist should know of someone in your area who could help with that issue as well. Negligence + patient harm = malpractice. I wish you the best of luck.
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Yep. But not the tip....in the side.


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Go find you a smoking hot 21 yr old with big tits and see if that corrects the issue! Jk man I have a ED problem to because of BP meds
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Just reading along here and my condolences for your ordeal. As someone that takes ED medicines (due to vascular damage in my left leg) the only advice I can give is this...

Cialis for a nice romantic weekend or anniversary. Viagra for when you want to do porn stunts!

Oh.. and a really good insurance plan because neither of them are cheap.
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Originally Posted by Boataholic View Post
Curious, how painful is that? Do you apply a topical anesthetic first? I've heard of these shots and that they can be much more effective then Viagra. Not sure about side effects like vision/headaches?
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My BIL uses the needle, says it's no big deal. The needle/pain, that is, not the result.
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The actual injection isn't that aweful. Hurts less than getting caught in a zipper.

Only used it 2x.....neither got satisfactory results....gotta up the dosage a little bit and see if it does better. Can't say I really enjoyed the effect felt....difficult to describe....sorta like a swelling more than an erection.

Enjoy it while you got it.


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Your problem sounds like venous leakage. I had this problem after prostate surgery. The penis will fill to a level and then when you move it basically drains. I tried a pump, pills and then injections. The injection usually doesn't hurt but the solution that you are injecting can be very painful for some men. Your problems can be fixed by surgery and is very expensive if not covered by insurance. If you are interested in researching the solutions then google AMS800 and AMS700. These surgeries are not for the faint of heart but they do fix the problem for the vast majority of men.
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Originally Posted by KDM View Post
Go see a urologist ASAP
This x 100!

NOW!

Pay cash OUT of your insurance pool. Find the best. This is serious!! You need documentation and probably a damn good malpractice lawyer! You have nexus, the critical aspect in a mal claim!!
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Old 01-12-2018, 06:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Schmaltz~Herring View Post
Get another Doc ASAP! Why would you stay with one you have NO confidence in?
I thought for sure you would advise him to sue!

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[I]Nope young Hot women will no help trust Me[i/]

If the person inserting the catheter is a complete idiot they could have inflated the balloon in the urethra/prostate area, not the bladder as designed, and caused some trauma
A nurse said I was "lucky" they didn't stick a "bigger" gauge Cath in Me, As I was complaining the Whole time the SOB was dripping on My testicals tickling them.. Jeeze..
Yes,, there was Blood in My Urine after removal.. a couple hours after.
The person Whom inserted the Cath was a Vascular surgeon , It got my extreme attention when He put it in,, Drugs or not, I WOKE UP....



Your problem sounds like venous leakage. I had this problem after prostate surgery. The penis will fill to a level and then when you move it basically drains.
Yep exactly as described....

My BIL uses the needle, says it's no big deal. The needle/pain, that is, not the result.
NO WAY am I sticking anything in "IT" that's Sharper & harder than "IT"..

What is the specific reason you can’t change Dr.’s?
I'm going to be truthfully honest , I have Medicare/Medicaid (Your limited)..

Originally, My problems stemmed from the IVC Filter getting blocked in My Vena Cava, was recalled, (I was never told), and I still have this recalled thing in My.. Well...
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Good luck to the op. This is definitely one of those threads I wish I hadn’t clicked on. Have you tried daily cialis?
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Damn, my nuts are throbbing just reading this thread.
Good luck, I believe I'd would consult a lawyer dealing with medical malpractice issues....
Hope it all gets better for you.
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Just reading along here and my condolences for your ordeal. As someone that takes ED medicines (due to vascular damage in my left leg) the only advice I can give is this...

Cialis for a nice romantic weekend or anniversary. Viagra for when you want to do porn stunts!

Oh.. and a really good insurance plan because neither of them are cheap.




Not cheap if use the internet. About a dollar per V pill. Screw Pfzier
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Sorry for your misfortune, hang in there....I mean stand in there

I would definitely see a good urologist. This is their area of expertise.

Two years ago at age 53 I developed a severe case of prostatitis and could not void, very painful. Went to ER and was sweating bullets to receive my first catheter, and fully awake with no drugs. As the nurse came and went, I kept asking her, "now you are going to give me something before you do that right?". She said, "yes." After a few more trips in and out and she began spreading the plastic bags of doom across my body, I still had no drugs at this point. She says, "I'm just going to tell you this is going to hurt." She smeared on the useless lidocaine and began her journey. When she reached the money spot of pain I YELLED WITH ALL MY MIGHT! 11 of 10 pain...she says, "I STOPPED!" I took a breath and she finished threading IT draining 1100 ml.....relief. Yes that is more than a quart..I waited too long.

But yes urologist is the It guy for It. Sildenafil gives all the side effects it says it will and is almost not worth the pain. Head fullness, runny nose, headache, and hangover.

So how does Cialis compare as far as cost and side effects? And who in the world has insurance that pays for this?
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