My father of 75 had an angiogram done (he arlready had a quin bypass) which I believe with his history should not have been done. The Drs said the vein was nicked when they removed the cathider.. He now suffers from a gaping wound on his leg and incontinence and his penis has become inverted. He says that is since the angio was done. He is now in a special care wound facility because his wound became infected. He was not given any antibiotics upon his initial return home. I have not been able to find anything on inverted penis other than sex changes and to my knowledge he is not doing that. All of his problems occured after the angiogram.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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