I have this project that involves injecting a xG3 in a muscle - and not just any muscle, but a slim one surrounded by nerves and arteries. I’ll say no more - at least not here in the public forum - as this is a project I’ve been preparing for a very long time, and I don’t want to blow it by talking too much.
The procedure shouldn’t be anymore involved than poking the implant under the skin, and it shouldn’t take more than 15 seconds. The difference here is, if I poke where I shouldn’t, I end up with a big problem and possibly a disability. So I definitely need a doctor for this one. It’s not in the league of even the best body artist. But of course, no doctor in the west will talk to me - and believe me, I’ve tried.
I found this doctor in St Petersburg though: she says she’ll do it. But… every fiber in my body screams “don’t”: Russian doctor… She won’t answer me straight when I ask if she’s licensed - whatever a Russian medical practice license is worth… So… I’m not hot on this one. Like, not at all. On the other hand, I have no other avenue, cuz you know, I ain’t gonna do it myself, that’s for damn sure.
So if I don’t go to St Petersburg, I’m left with trying to contact a cosmetic surgeon who’s not in Russia. Cosmetic surgeons are real doctors, but they have a foot in the world of surgery for no good reason.
If I go that route, I’ll wait until I get my doNExT implanted and the wound properly healed, so I can at least prove I’m serious about the whole thing, simply for having had that big RFID thing implanted - which is part of the reason why I ordered it, incidentally.
But I’m not sure how to approach a cosmetic surgeon for anything more serious than subdermals. Has any of you guys done it? What’s the best angle to avoid being told off without being at least listened to?