Yesterday I finally got my Testosterone blocker implanted. I will explain how the procedure felt and why I don’t recommend it.
First, I would like to thank the doctor who did the procedure. She is super nice and accommodating, and that’s why I was able to get a video.
The insertion of the implant itself wasn’t painful, but the numbing didn’t feel too great, Since it’s only been a day I can’t speak to the long-term pain of it, but I can explain my current pain as the fuzziness after hitting your funny bone.
Now onto the part that makes me not recommend this implant, the (estimated) price for the procedure was a total of $168,547.59. But due to me having two insurance companies, I paid damn near nothing. Please note I still do not have a subtotal for the procedure.
For people who are interested in getting Testosterone blockers, please read the PDF I provided a few years ago, which can be found here. I highly suggest going with the shot (Leuprolide) as getting this implant was a ~2-year struggle. But I am not a doctor so please communicate with a qualified endocrinologist to find out which option is best for you and your body.
If you are interested in watching this procedure I have provided a video on page 2.