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Silicone penis implant protect penis?
« on: July 26, 2018, 11:44:19 AM »

Hi guys. This is my first post. I am 22 years old and suffer from peyronies. I think i got it from a combination of medicine. I had my wisdom teeth removed and took lots of pain pills etc. During masturbation one night I noticed my penis got bruised/ hurt. Thereafter all the usual symptoms of peyronies occured. Slight curvature but mostly indentations on the left side (side of curvature). If I dont drink coq10 then i experience lots of pain, if I do I dont experience lots of pain at all. My penis now looks strange because only the left side has been affected, the right side is fat and healthy and elastic but the left side is flat, rock hard and full of indentations now. I also have flaccid hard during the day. I am going to purchase a penile extender soon and experiment with that. Now for my point, I have looked all over the internet for a cure but it seems that there isnt really one. Traction kind of helps, VED kind of helps but for the most case the indentations stay.

Have any of you heard of a Silicone penis implant? The purpose is to add size and girth to your penis. Search Silicone penis implant adds two inches to girth AND length on the internet and read the article on dailymail. It has a pretty much 100% success rate. It is a soft silicone cushion placed under the skin of penis. This stretches the penis all day, it increases girth too. I dont know about you, but my peyronies gets inflamed almost everytime i touch a certain spot during sex/ masturbation. Perhaps this cushion layer will protect it from becoming inflamed? There is 24h traction on the penis too, which is good for peyronies. The cushion will be designed to cover your indentations and make your penis look good to a girl. There is zero affect on your ability to get hard and your penis head is still exposed which means you will have 100% of your feeling/sensation. I believe this is brilliant. It is life long too. Only problem is it costs 12000 dollars.
Also, if one day your penis cannot get hard anymore you can still have the normal implant. Then you will probably have two implants. I am young and not very rich. I consider suicide every day because of this. I am still young and only had sex a couple of times, now my penis looks like crap. The only light at the end of tunnel for me is an operation like this.
So, not only do I believe it can make your penis look good again by covering indentations and regaining size, I also believe the cushion will protect the penis from becoming inflamed from sex or masturbation. I will work my ass off to afford this surgery one day. Please guys, let me know what you think and if you have any advice for me. My peyronies started 6 months ago and it hurts alot when i dont take pills. Also it doesnt seem to stop spreading. A small spot was inflamed at first, now the entire left side of penis is destroyed. Only right side remains.
Thanks for reading and giving advice, this forum is much appreciated
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Re: Silicone penis implant protect penis?
« Reply #1 on: July 26, 2018, 11:52:05 AM »


Have any of you heard of a Silicone penis implant? The purpose is to add size and girth to your penis. Search Silicone penis implant adds two inches to girth AND length on the internet and read the article on dailymail. It has NOT a pretty much 100% success rate.
Yes Ive  heard about it, its a scam
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« Reply #2 on: July 26, 2018, 12:30:45 PM »

No its not a scam. FDA in approval process. Daily mail, huffpost and international journal times have posted about it. Id post a link but dont know if thats against the rules.
Search: "Introducing The Penis Enlargement Implant That 1,300 Men Have Tried" and huffpost. nice article about it there
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« Reply #3 on: July 26, 2018, 12:51:10 PM »

Yes lol, read the forums of the people who have done it, you should base yourself on the experiences of the people who did it, not on the advertising of newspapers, magazines or from the guy who sells them
If you read the experiences of the people who had that process, you will only see horror stories (loss of size, impotence, fibrosis, infection).
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Re: Silicone penis implant protect penis?
« Reply #4 on: July 26, 2018, 01:17:39 PM »

Where can I read this?
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« Reply #5 on: July 26, 2018, 01:38:27 PM »

I did some more research and read some reviews. Looks like it is a scam 100%. I feel like an idiot for falling for this. Guess im desperate to look for cures. Thanks for letting me know. A couple of months ago the first penis transplant was done in South Africa. I feel like a cure to peyronies is not as complicated as that. The only reason there is no cure yet is that nobody really knows about it or cares about it. Perhaps in ten years or so someone will find a cure or atleast a very good medicine to fix most of it. Im sure it will only take one billionaire to get the disease and invest enough to actually research it properly and find something that will work.
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« Reply #6 on: July 26, 2018, 02:07:48 PM »

Yes i understand, we must be careful because we are so desperate to find a cure that some people try to take advantage of that. Its difficult to assimilate, but today there seems to be no easy solution
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« Reply #7 on: July 26, 2018, 09:39:01 PM »

I too hoped it was helpful...but too good to be true.  Meanwhile there is a lot you can do to improve your condition.  Can you see a urologist specializing in peyronies?  Try to get started on pentox which tests peyronies and helps w the pain. If not, diclofenac sodium gel can also decrease the pain.  Low dose daily cialis/tadalafil can help remodel the plaque to healthy tissue as can daily VED and traction (ESL-40 is inexpensive)  Xiapex injections May be an option as well if you find a good doc. 
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« Reply #8 on: July 29, 2018, 04:04:04 PM »

Hi Tsanchez, thank you very much for the reply. I cant see a urologist because im still on parents medical aid, trying to keep this a secret. From what I heard its a waste of time anyway. Especially where im from the doctors arent brilliant. As for the Cialis, that is far too expensive for me. Currently Im on Coq10 and L arginine which is working quite nicely for the pain. Some days these days I even forget about the Peyronies until I forget to take the COQ10. I was looking into traction, I was not aware of the esl40. I was thinking about getting an andropeyronie but thats pretty expensive. Ill have a look at the esl40 for sure.

Also, here is something that really helped me. my whole life I usually fall asleep on my left or right side. Since developing peyronies and getting pain all day I jumped on COQ10 and Larginine. The pain goes away but I notice at night that the pain comes back. Then one night I was really tired and fall asleep on back. I wake up in morning with little to no pain. That day I didnt have the extreme flaccid hard as usual too. I think sleeping on your back and with penis down towards feet and legs stretched to the sides like a star improves blood flow to area. Every night now I sleep like that with moderate success. If i sleep on my side I almost always feel it the next day with pain and flaccid hard. Hope this could help someone.
Thanks for the reply and all the best to you
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« Reply #9 on: July 29, 2018, 08:11:45 PM »

Sounds like a plan.  You’re doc should be willing to treat you confidentially.  Glad to here some strategies are working for the pain tho.  The ESL-40 is about $40.  Also, liquid tadalafil is the same as cialis and can be gotten online through a peptides distributor without a prescription.  Just google it and compare prices if you can.
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