Random post of the day:
Palm magnet removal in the UK, preferably Greater London.
Edit of OP after successful removal:
Do not try this! Exposing the body to non biostable material is dangerous.
Now read it again!
My case is a very lucky one!
The implant got removed in one piece. Let this example confirm the necessity of the proper coating of the implants!
Silicon, glass and titanium encapsulation that I might recommend. Thin sputtered layers NOT!
/End of Disclaimer
@Pilgrimsmaster@Atilla it was an interesting and complicated removal, the capsule was so solid that my initial incision over the implant site actually migrated it. I had palpated and used a field analyser to find it so I knew I was right over it. In the end I had to use a magnet to isolate it and draw it back into the field and dissect it out.
A tingling started after 2 years of the installation. That feeling got more frequent, especially after consuming acidic drinks. The tissue slowly thickened around the magnet. The whole process was slow and smooth through out the time.
Stupid easy… only thing was I wasn’t paying attention and then I look over and he’s got a needle bigger than a flex needle, and he’s like ok this is going to suck a bit… uhm wait wut?.. he was just using it like a scalpel lol, but I puckered for about 1.5 seconds until it was cleared up