One Week Post Surgery:
How quickly a week passes by when you're having fun! Really. In spite of the awful pain, it's been fun to see improvement every day. Now the awful black and blue bruising has turned to a nice-looking tan...well maybe not nice looking. But I think I am ahead of the scale in healing.
The AUS will, when activated, be a joy! I hope I can learn to operate it quikly, although I am told it is not difficult to learn. The doc will give instructions but I am already feeling around down there for the two extra "things". I think I know which one is which, but I'll sure wait on the doctor's advice at activation. I understand from Biff that one is rounded and the other is flat. They are definitely different to the feel so I don't think I will get them mixed up.
The IPP will be activated at the same time. Those who have undergone this implant say they are a little shorter. I hope it is a "little" shorter. The doc said some length will be lost. However... I look much larger. The implanted cylinders are new and rather stiff, so you can perhaps imagine what they do when implanted. I was at first worried that the doc had left it inflated a little, but he said no. At any rate, this implant is looking good.
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