I had penile replacement surgery last week through GeneCo. How long must I wait until I can be sexually active again? And when will the swelling go down?
Terrance in LA
The swelling should start to go down over the next few days. If it doesn’t, please contact your surGEN for a follow-up appointment. GeneCo recommends abstaining from sexual intercourse for at least 2 weeks following penile replacement. It can be hard, we know, but its really for the best, to ensure proper healing."
I am due for an organ replacement surgery in a few weeks time. I was wondering what you could tell me about the anesthetic used for Geneco’s surgeries. I am allergic to certain drug ingredients.
Nick in New York
GeneCo uses zydrate. Find out more about here: http://www.zydrate.com.
My husband and sister have both contracted NOS, and I fear I may be next. I don’t actually have health care, and can’t afford to make an appointment to find out. I’ve never been so scared in my life; I’m writing this as a last resort. What should I do?
- Desperate in Detroit
There’s no need for concern. GeneCo is currently developing a home-testing kit for Neural Overstimulation Syndrome. Take heart in the fact that NOS is not contracted through physical contact or proximity from those nearby, but it is instead a result of high stress levels, environment and a poor diet. If you still have these concerns, please feel free to stop by your local GeneCo office. It never hurts to get tested, and it’s well worth the cost. It is GeneCo’s goal to make health affordable to all patients, so rest assured we can find a payment plan to make your NOS testing safe and affordable. Remember, with GeneCo, there’s hope!