A little background. I’ve had my NeXT since mid December and it’s in the usual spot between thumb and first finger of my right hand. It has always set on a slight uphill angle with the end away from the injection site being the closest to surface. Enough that one end was invisible, and the other had a slight, but noticeable, bump.
I was just doing my thing at work, when I noticed my implant hurting a little. Just at one end, the farthest from the implant site. My first thought was infection. The second was rejection. THE HORROR.
I then noticed that it had moved slightly away from the injection site, towards my wrist. Maybe 3/8" or so. (10mm if you’re all metrickey). Normally I leave it alone, but I wanted to see if I could push it back into it’s former position before it healed into place. No joy. It’s staying put.
Afterwards it just quit aching, and it now sits nice and level. The ache just stopped while I was trying to push it back.
Not sure what happened. It all seems fine now. My only real worry is that if it should migrate further in a straight line, it’s gonna end up conflicting with a metacarpal. Still it’d take at least another 1/2" (13MM, the empire WILL strike back!) so probably no worries.