So I went on to YouTube to do what you recommended for my description, but then realized that I couldn't. I'm assuming Dr. Loria may have seen and reported the video. The video was removed for violating YouTube's policy on nudity or sexual content. I don't understand why because I thought it was allowed under the exceptions. I appealed it so we will see. This is what I said. The video is for educational and medical purposes of a medical procedure and the results that a doctor is doing on its patients. It's important to show people what can happen in these procedures and type of situations. Otherwise, more people are going to spend lots of money and possibly receive the negative results from these procedures. I'm only trying to help others from going down the same road. I've seen other videos on YouTube that contained nudity relating to my field. Please don't remove my video. Thanks.
So there's that. I'll see what happens. Anyway, with the needle situation. Carlos went home. He wasn't there for my next procedure so he may have gotten fired or quit. I was told by my new medical assistant, Fabian, on my 2nd procedure that he didn't work there anymore. I didn't ask anymore questions. But back to the situation, Dr. Loria wasn't in the room when it happened. It was Carlos and a doctor that was training and getting experience. They were both numbing me with needles at the same time. I'm just laying there and all of sudden Carlos starts panicking. I'm like what happened? Is he okay? I didn't know. They didn't tell me. Carlos left the room. I never saw him again. I was definitely concerned that something wrong had happened, but nothing was ever said again and nothing was ever said by Dr. Loria when he came in. I assumed everything was fine at that point. Dr. Loria never mentioned the incident or ever brought it up. After my procedure (and I mean right after) was done and I had left, Carlos started texting me and calling me panicking. It was obvious that Dr. Loria gave him my phone number and had told him I was finished. I initially told Carlos I would get checked, but then realized I didn't have insurance at the time so I backed out. Figured I would wait. If I was doomed, then I was doomed and it didn't really matter when I got tested. I really just didn't want to pay for it mainly. It wasn't my fault either. So I never got checked. I'm waiting to get my insurance back here in a couple weeks when I return to work to go get tested. Dr. Loria knew it was bad news. He's sneaky, very unprofessional, and dangerous.
As for the damages done from the elasto double stretch ring, it has healed up pretty well. You can still see the lines, but it's mostly just a slight pinkish color, which makes it stand out from the tan color on the remainder. It's not that bad though, but it is the principle that it should have never happened and could have been a lot worse if I had kept it on longer as I was initially instructed. I couldn't take the pain any longer so I said forget this and removed it. The one on the backside won't ever be noticeable so that's a plus.
As you said, doctors like Dr. Loria are a very concerning matter. This is exactly why I posted my YouTube video. People need to see what this madman does. I may not get my video back on. We'll see. Hopefully, I got the message out to some people though. I had 101 views on my YouTube video before removal. As for his Google reviews, that is definitely overrated at 4.8 out of 5. In my opinion, most of those have to be fake. Plus, if he can get the Google review removed like mine, he does it. I also posted my information on Phalloboards. There is a lot of Dr. Loria haters on there! Here is one response from member Skeptical_One, "You came to the right place. He's unqualified and I've been saying that for like 7 years or so? I'm terribly sorry to hear about your situation, but I appreciate you sharing your experience. To be quite frank, the Loria-types are what keep this industry from really growing because of the lack of trust ... and that resonates with other medical circles/disciplines."
Anyway, I appreciate your time, conversations, and advice.