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Ac419

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Some success, and questions
« on: September 12, 2016, 08:07:53 PM »

Hi everyone,

I have peyronies for about a year and a half now. Only knew what it was when my penis began bending about 6 months ago and i searched it up on the internet.

I would first of all like to report some good success i have had with treatment. To start off with my penis was about 35° bent to the right. It is now only around 15°.

My current routine involes
Vitamin E - 1 a day, have been taking for about 4 months
Acetyl l carnitine - 3 grams a day, having been taking for 4 months
Arginine - 3 grams a day, have been taking for 1 month
Coq-10 - 3 tablets (100mg x 3) per day, have been taking for 1 month
Pentox - 3 tablets (400mg x 3) per day, have been taking for 2 weeks
Stretching - 10 min per day, have been doing for 2.5 months
Traction - varies between 2-10 hours a day generally, been doing for 2.5 months.

So far i have been having good results, can get a good erection, penis has increased in size slightly and curve has reduced.

I however have lost some slight feeling in my penis glans in the last week or so. My question is how can i regain this feeling best without losing progress. Do i need to stop using the extender and stretching, and for how long?
 
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Re: Some success, and questions
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2016, 11:51:10 PM »

I will start with your question:
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My question is how can i regain this feeling best without losing progress. Do i need to stop using the extender and stretching, and for how long?
Can have many reasons for losing feeling, progression of the disease is one of them, main culprit I will say.
Personally I don't see nothing in your treatment that may cause the loss of feeling, I was continue the treatment, but I am not a doctor. You should talk about to a specialist.
Regarding CoQ10, I don't know your age (no age in your profile), but if you are over 40 or near to, better use Ubiquinol.
Our body uses Ubiquinol, the capability of our body to transform the Ubiquinone (CoQ10) to Ubiquinol falling drastically after 40.
By the way vitamin E will not make you any bad, but from what I learned on the forum will not help also with the Peyronies.
Also want to congratulate you with the progress and wish you continue improving. :)
It show AGAIN that early stage treatment helps :)

James
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Age 71, Peyronies from Jan 2009 following penis fracture during sex. Severe erectile dysfunction.
Lost 2" length and a lot of girth. Late start, still VED, Cialis & Pentox helped. Prostate surgery 2014.
Got amazing support on the forum
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