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Author Topic: 19 year old with 10 degree bend to the left some loss of length  (Read 2955 times)

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19 year old with 10 degree bend to the left some loss of length
« on: November 30, 2011, 02:24:55 PM »

loss of length of about a half inch on the left side of my penis, thats where my peyronies is coming form shoudl i use an extender to correct the problem? I was diagnosed with peyroneis in april 2010 but ive had it since september 20120 so its been over a year since its begun , will traction give me my length back? and what the best penile traction device for this? i alos take pentox 400mg 3 times a day . I pay escorts to meet me in hotel rooms and F~@< sometimes and my dick gets hard to stay up i dont know why sometimes it hurts, this is why i F~@< escorts because i dont want to be embarrassed by f~@
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Re: 19 year old with 10 degree bend to the left some loss of length
« Reply #1 on: November 30, 2011, 02:27:00 PM »

some times the penis is completely shifted to the left and its uncomfortable i hate this damn condition . I figure bill clinton would have the balls to pour his heart and soul into researching this disease since he has it. If he came out publicly about it that would be cool. Most politicians are cowards anyway.
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Re: 19 year old with 10 degree bend to the left some loss of length
« Reply #2 on: December 01, 2011, 12:28:02 AM »

YEAH GUYS PLEASE JUST READ MY POST AND NOT COMMENT THANKS! GUYS YOUR AWESOME!
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Re: 19 year old with 10 degree bend to the left some loss of length
« Reply #3 on: December 01, 2011, 08:55:11 PM »

You asked the question if traction would help you or not. And this isn't a question anyone ehre can answer. Traction has helped some here but others did not see any improvement. What I can tell you is that if done properly it can't hurt. If you have had Peyronies since 2010 i would encourage you do to something. There are several therapies recommended on this forum with whole boards dedicated to each one. There is no silver bullet cure all for everyone.

There are several traction devices and all are very similar in the way the work and operate. You might want to read up on VED therapy and try this instead of traction. But again.... no guarantees.

Also, 10 degrees is a very minor bend. I wish mine had only been 10 degrees. Did your urologist tell you this, or did you do your own measurements?
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