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  • @glims Doesn't work as there's nobody doing this in my country and travelling to another country is too expensive for me, so DIY is all I can do. @Meanderpaul Just black. Tried it with the genteal gel but it's just as the other: Gets liquid while …
  • @Cassox(Image) So I guess it's the right one. @glims I really didn't want to say it cause in real life there are enough people telling me I'm crazy as I already tried it without numbing my eyes but eyeball tattoo.
  • I tried to mix it but there's a problem: The gel itself becomes more like water when I stir it, so I can't stir the lidocaine in. Maybe I shouldn't have buyed the first cheap product. Any hints for good products (at best list the ingredients, not th…
  • Alright, thanks. Found a cheap product and ordered it. So two drops? How long to wait between the drops and how long after the last?
  • But I can't remove the saline from the solution, it's already mixed (the legal situation about lidocaine is a real mess here: I'm able to buy lidocaine 2% for injection purposes but can't buy it pure or mixed as eyedrops). Wouldn't it work if I put …
  • "I cannot take any pictures because I have no camera other than a tablet, and that is no good." it's good enough for showing where exactly you cutted into the toe. Also I agree with @Cassox - pics are important even if they don't show much…
  • @Cassox I have two m31 (am still fighting with them btw... Fluid stopped already but there's large swelling / magnets not as deep as I wanted them. Guess the fluid pushed them. Right now I'm trying to get them back into deeper layers by massaging (h…
  • Yea, I would also say don't overuse the triple-bac. When the wound is sealed bacteria shouldn't get a way in anyway, except when the sealing breaks (the scab being softened by a gel, for example). In fact there should even be powders available whic…
  • @D_Axel AFAIK there's only fat, nerves, blood vessels and the bone under the skin.  So I would suggest implanting it into the fat, around one to two millimetres below the skin. But keep in mind that every finger is different (in terms of how thick i…
  • Don't forget to inform us how re-implanting goes. Currently my magnets are in a very bad state (I'm 90% sure they'll get rejected but won't give up trying to fix the issues) so most likely I'll have to re-implant soon, too.
  • Nice list but some of the video links are death (Error: TinyURL redirects to a TinyURL). Also would it be possible to embed the videos instead of linking?
  • The loss of sensitivity is normal, after all small nerves where cutted while implanting (you can't do anything against that as there are just way to many nerves) but don't worry, it should get re-routed / grow back after some time and then not only …
  • @D_Axel That what I wonder about, too, but then again IIRC complete healing under best circumstances takes 6 months, so rejecting after 4 is possible.
  • Okay, so yesterday I decided to remove the scab from the middle finger (a lot of fluid came out), clean it with the hardest solution I had available (first washed with saline, then carefully cleaned with 0,3% hydrogen peroxide), then putted a drop o…
  • There's something new to say, so next update: As I told (again 2 days ago) I didn't apply any more bandaid, just letting the fluid dry at the air (controlled ofc. to reduce the infection risk). The scab on the middlefinger is bigger as the one on t…
  • Update: Now, two days after, there's still fluid. The Leukostripe ripped off at the first bandage change. The Silicone Wound Contact Layer helped a lot to reduce trauma and pre-dry the fluid so today I decided to not package it at all. So instead o…
  • Yes, it's only first degree (if even that, it hurted when it happened and now the skin is slightly red) and not directly at the implants. The magnets are TiN coated (m31 from dangerousthings) and shouldn't have reached a temperature which would dama…
  • @TheGreyKnight: I thought I would push it from the finger into the hand. Also I feared micro-tissue damages caused by this movement which could rise the absorption speed and as a result higher the Lidocaine concentration in the blood to a dangerous …
  • I builded a simple system some time back which is basically a photo diode (old, cheap webcam) and a radiation source (americium 241). The americium is placed directly above the diode. Now this design has a few problems: It requires complete darkness…
  • I'm not sure what data you want; the field of the implanted magnet or the min. field strength of a external field you're able to feel. I guess the first one and I think this is a good idea. You won't even need a wire, a power source and some calculu…
  • IIRC chips planted into animals tend to wander, especially when they aren't placed exactly where they belong to (my pet doctor refuses to check the chip in my dog for correct placement, but he got lost one time and thanks to the chip I was able to g…
  • Just my 2 cents but I wouldn't go the cortisone way that early. I would give the body more time (3 to 6 months) to adjust the pocket size, if that won't work one could still use cortisone. The reason I say this are the possible side effects which co…
  • Interesting reading, just two things that you should note: "and continuously responded to blood glucose concentration changes for up to 140 days" "three of four PEG-bonded PAM hydrogel fibers induced only mild inflammation" Th…
  • Of course your talking is worth more than two cents, after all you developed this implanting method. :) Yea, I opted for less tissue damage. With a scalpel they are making just a 5 mm canal IIRC, so I thought my canal should be long enough. I used…
  • Why lenses? Doesn't protective glasses work the same? I mean like this: (Image) Or maybe just sunglasses with some more light shielding: (Image)
    in Ce6 Comment by V10lator March 2015
  • Somebody with enough knowledge should really look into the teeth things, they implant so much things into the mouth (fun fact: They even use transdermal magnets so a teeth prosthesis sticks better) there must be something special. Maybe some day we…
  • A disposable set should be fine as you don't need it any more after the implant. More important is that it's sterile. All you tools should be sterile and you should perform a surgical hand disinfection. Normally a how-to is included in the packaging…
  • At friday I tried to implant 3 magnets with a needle! The first implant failed cause I got in to flat (so not deep enough) and I also made a too short canal. (Image) (Higher res: http://picload.org/image/igldcrc/needlein-failure.jpg ) So the skin…
  • chironex and others: Sorry, that's not what I wanted to do. I will document the Lidocaine injection as soon as I do my implants (which will take some time as I have a wound on one of the fingers of the other hand and I want it to heal before doing t…
  • It really depends more on the spiritual age than on the physical, but be warned that you can't measure your spiritual age for yourself. The thing is younger people tend to underestimate the risks, also often they don't really care (thinks I heard fr…