I was diagnosed with low T 8 months ago. At first my health insurance was great but then it changed…thanks Obama care…however this is not what I am trying to discuss in this topic. I was on a gel and found my 4 year old son getting into it (trying to be like daddy). So I went on a search for a replacement that would be safer, better delivery system, and a cheaper solution as the gel was costing me 348 a month.
I found out about Testopel and did a lot of reading on it…headed in to my urologist and discussed this with him. He could perform this procedure for me and I went home. He got the Testopel in a few weeks and I headed in to have the procedure performed. That all went fine, and I headed home. Followed the instructions and it was a pain in you know where.
This is where my experience differs from some that I have read here. I wanted to get some responses from others about what is currently going on where the pellets got inserted to. So it has been 7 days sense I have had them put in…the wound has healed…however there remains a rather large lump where the pellets are at. This area is about 4 inches by 2 inches and about 1 inch puffed outward. It is redish and does feel a tad bit warm to the touch…and itchy at times.
I have had my urologist look at it and he said that this is normal…but that does not follow what I have read from others on this site nor the 3-4 day healing time.
Thanks in advance.