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crookedshaft

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Aggressive peyronies won't stop
« on: March 26, 2015, 11:34:27 PM »

I should start planning a funeral for my penis I can't see it being functional too much longer.

I'm 22 years of age and 3 years ago I saw first symptoms for no apparent reason. 2.5 years it remained reasonably constant in erect state. about 30 degree curvature and hour glassing under glans. Latest six months the pain started and is a dull ache every single day. Its not even worth ejaculating anymore it just gets swollen and more painful for days. Semi erect/post ejaculatory state is scary to look at.

I have multiple plaque sites, one running from head to bottom, another one right side under head, another thin one parallel to penis on left and and few rings on the right. Upward curve is probably 40 degrees, the hour glass concerns me the most though.

Treatment:
have tried traction and ved, they just inflame situation.
last six months daily have been taking 4 * pentox(recently upped to 5), arginine, cq10, magnesium, propolis, cialis on and off, fish oil, ibuprofen.
diet is anti imflammatory diet and has always been healthy
I've always been extremely fit, run and gym daily.

Despite all the plaques I could live with the erect penis I'm able to achieve now if i could stop progression. I'm a health nut and have always been so it makes no sense why I got this at this age and continues to get worse.
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Re: Aggressive peyronies won't stop
« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2015, 12:08:48 AM »

Have you been officially diagnosed via ultrasound? I know you went to a doctor once but there wasn't mention of ultrasound.

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Re: Aggressive peyronies won't stop
« Reply #2 on: March 27, 2015, 10:23:47 AM »

Haven't put myself through embarrasment of ultrasound yet but planning on doing so soon. There is certainly no question its peyronies one of the plaques is rock hard and relatively thick.
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Re: Aggressive peyronies won't stop
« Reply #3 on: March 27, 2015, 02:16:06 PM »

You are very pessimistic crookedshaft, and why embarrassment from an ultrasound? :)
I think you have many options in front of you especially taking in consideration your young age, just have to find a competent and care doctor.

James
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Re: Aggressive peyronies won't stop
« Reply #4 on: March 30, 2015, 01:42:26 AM »

I'm pessimistic/realistic because I have never seen any improvement and not even pentox stopped the pain like it does for so many, but I'm still relatively surprised how well mentally I'm dealing with it. Just got a new girlfriend who will want to be active soon, which stresses me out even more. I will start organising an ultrasound and report back with the damage.
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Re: Aggressive peyronies won't stop
« Reply #5 on: March 30, 2015, 01:59:53 AM »

I would suggest that you get yourself to a competent Urologist ASAP. This does sound like a particularly aggressive case of Peyronies and should be investigated without delay.

In the meantime, continue with what you're taking.
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Re: Aggressive peyronies won't stop
« Reply #6 on: March 30, 2015, 08:47:13 AM »

I'm so sorry, beyond words.

Traction, supplements, and ultrasound + specialist visit.

At a certain point all questioning of the severity must stop, all conceptualizing, and one must follow basic steps to move forward regardless of certainty. Do what you can, and some day if nothing works, get an implant.

I say that Peyronie's does have a solution, both physically and psychologically, but both solutions require work and action. It aint easy..
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