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erosalex

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verapamil gel 15%
« on: April 28, 2017, 07:31:16 AM »

To know if someone is experienced in verapamil gel?
I did make the gel in a private lab. I used it for 2 days and noticed a kind of burn. Particularly after having sex, I waited 10 minutes and put the cream. It seemed like he was crying. My basic doctor said that if he burns a bit, it's fine, because he means he's working fine. Burn a bit is fine, but how much do you endure?
Do you have any experiences about it?

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Re: verapamil gel 15%
« Reply #1 on: April 28, 2017, 09:02:57 PM »

Until you will get some answer, you may want to sped time on this Verapamil board, I am sure you will find the answers to your questions.

James
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Re: verapamil gel 15%
« Reply #2 on: September 02, 2017, 10:10:34 AM »

I was diagnosed with peyronies about a month ago. I noticed a soft spot in my erection that hurt during sex. It also bent like a hinge at the base where it was a little soft and painful. I was a little embarrassed to go to Dr. But  After research and about 2 months of painful erections and sex I went in. Yup Peyronies. My Dr. gave me all the options but wanted to start me on Verapamil 15%.  My primary Dr. had me on Cialis 20mg. which works wonders but not for Peyronies. I had symptoms of ED. I new there was a problem. Im 53 noticed some ED then the pain and soft part of erection. My new Urologist took a 5 second look and said Peyronies.. OK Now what I asked. went thru the list of options. He said lets do the Verapamil for 6 months and see if there is a change. He showed me how to use and the stretching exercises. Said he had good success with majority of his patients. So its been just over a month and I have used it twice a day and the stretching exercises. I do have to say in just the short time I have noticed a difference. My penis was actually shrinking from this disease. flaccid I felt Like a kid. :-\ I noticed this long before I felt the scaring and pain. thought it was just an age thing.. but seriously I have been using verapamil and stretching my penis like my Dr. showed me and there is a difference already. :D. My Dr. said this is a long process and a little expensive but I am not giving up since I have seen a difference in such a short time.. I actually have a hang in my penis again. Not endowed by any means but I noticed it was retreating. It would actually look like an accordion..  So from what I have seen in just a little over a month. i will stick this out until hopefully its reversed. The injections and other treatment sound to painful...  So far so good.. Only problem my insurance will not cover. And at a $100 a month a little pricey..  If anyone reads this and you can get it cheaper send me a message or put it here,, thanks for this board and everyone on it.. there is hope..
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Re: verapamil gel 15%
« Reply #3 on: September 02, 2017, 10:47:10 AM »

Is anyone ordering the gel from a compounding pharmacy and having DMSO added as a transporting medium?  Maybe even adding diclofenac sodium given the recent study showing that helpful as well?
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Re: verapamil gel 15%
« Reply #4 on: September 05, 2017, 10:49:39 PM »



 Thank you very much for your post and your description and would really appreciate knowing more about the stretching exercises he referred to.  I am picking up my prescription tomorrow and would like to do the stretching exercises as well however they were not  mentioned by the doctor at my appointment  so would certainly appreciate if you could briefly describe how they're to be done and how often.
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