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does plaque size matter
« on: December 29, 2016, 11:19:52 AM »

I got the results from my Uro  Dr it states one 1cm plaque towards the base.. Its been 13 mts since I felt what felt like a small "pea " lump in that area ,my wife & I had used a penis ring in the past occasionally and that is what I feel caused the Peyronies Disease......My conditions in 13mts have been very mild but lately I developed a small dent on right side of penis with alitte lean to the right side.length & grith is ok (except for where dent is)....The  thing is I think I have developed a mental ED because of all the worrying about it....I had my testosterone tested and its at 302 which is border line (I am 59).....I can get an erection but its not as easy as before I started to get details about Peyronies Disease on-line ect....I just don't seem to be in the "mood".I going to another Uro.Dr because the one I have said to do nothing and see what happens in 5 more mts...BTW I did watch some Porn & the reaction was normal firm erection with dent & slight right lean.........Happy New Year


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Re: does plaque size matter
« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2017, 07:35:57 AM »


You should do everything you can to increase your testosterone.
Not sure it will help, didn't help me, but many reported improvements with higher testosterone level

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