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Author Topic: 7-8 degrees bend to left. Uro's dont think its peyronies.  (Read 254 times)

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Farikgier

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7-8 degrees bend to left. Uro's dont think its peyronies.
« on: March 19, 2017, 09:18:10 PM »

I am definetely %100 sure its peyronies because it happened overnight and i have only had 1 sex with no injury to my penis. Every intercourse i have either leaves a dent on my penis or increases the curve(last intercourse increased it by %1-2). I can feel the scar tissue when erect. So what should i do? I know the curve is minimal and doesn't affect me yet but it could get worse and i need to protect myself from that happening. I am very very obsessed about my penis size girth and shape so i feel very depressed. Only 19 years old here. What should i do to decrease the bend(oral supplies etc.). It has passed 6 months since my first and big injury. I need to be able to either stop or return this back to normal or i literally will worry %100 everytime i have sex to not injure it more. To give you the context, literally she being on top only can injure me so those positions are out of the question for the rest of my life.

I didn't have a sex life before and now that i do have a little bit, this made me very depressed, please help me. Urologists dont give a crap about this and think its congential, its not and im not stupid. Whatever, is there a way to use supplements to help it. Or can it make the curvature worse? Should i take oral supplements or not?
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Re: 7-8 degrees bend to left. Uro's dont think its peyronies.
« Reply #1 on: March 20, 2017, 02:47:02 PM »

farikgier you need go see a doctor for penis.
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Re: 7-8 degrees bend to left. Uro's dont think its peyronies.
« Reply #2 on: March 20, 2017, 03:25:39 PM »

I already said i have been to two different urologists they both don't think its important, or don't think its peyronies
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Re: 7-8 degrees bend to left. Uro's dont think its peyronies.
« Reply #3 on: March 20, 2017, 11:55:25 PM »

Farikgier,

You may very well have gone to two Urologists who don't think it is Peyronies. Did they do doppler ultrasound to confirm that there is no scar tissue? Are they andrologists or specialists in Peyronies? If the answer to either of these questions, they aren't who you want to see. You need to see a urologist who specializes in Peyronies. They are out there and they will be able to confirm for you whether or not you have Peyronies.
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Re: 7-8 degrees bend to left. Uro's dont think its peyronies.
« Reply #4 on: March 21, 2017, 03:39:20 AM »

Farikgier

I am with QuackAttack on this one.
I am sure you will find a specialist to make you a Doppler ultrasound, one who understand how to read the results.

James
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