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Stevie

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VED help from U.K. Members
« on: May 08, 2017, 08:31:17 PM »

Just been diagnosed in the last few days although I've know for a while I had Peyronie's disease

Quick run down... 13 months ago was getting sore erections during the night so went to the docs but he didn't have a clue, fast forward 12 months and after a ultra sounds was told the bad news.
Erections aren't as sore now and I've not got any real bend in my penis,  it's more a bottle neck at the top and indentation as well

The last month though I've lost a lot of length and girth so confidence is rock bottom especially after just splitting from partner

Anyway the reason I'm here is to ask where in Britain (I'm in Scotland) would I be able to order a VED from?

Sorry if this has been covered loads of times but my head isn't with it at the moment

One last thing I'm 46 and healthy so I'm thinking a VED won't do any harm in trying to get my size back plus try get rid of bottle neck and indentation

Many thanks in advance
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« Reply #1 on: May 09, 2017, 08:34:49 AM »

After hours of reading I'm I right I saying the somacorrct is the best one to go for to get rid of dents and bottleneck?

Is iMEDicare the best place to purchase this from and are there any discounts as over £200 is a lot for something that might not help

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« Reply #2 on: May 09, 2017, 11:29:29 AM »

Yes, you're right. The Somacorrect is the best VED currently available and Imedicare is the place to buy it. Frustratingly, I believe if you have ED with an obvious cause such as diabetes, these are free on the NHS. Not so for peyronies.

If you decide to get a Somacorrect, take care using it. They are not as robust as perhaps they might seem.  It's not in the instructions, but I suggest placing your fore finger round and behind the head so that the pump arm cannot be brought down completely. Otherwise they can snap fairly easily.

Good luck.

Peety
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« Reply #3 on: May 09, 2017, 07:56:14 PM »

Thanks Peety

Can I ask how long you have tried this VED and have you had much luck?

Also does the delivering arrive quick and is it recorded deliver

Thanks again
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« Reply #4 on: May 10, 2017, 11:20:22 AM »

I have severe ED, rather than peyronies. At one point professional opinion was that I had corporal fibrosis, which is sometimes associated with peyronies, hence my joining this forum.

Through a combination of low dose cialis, VED 3-5 times a week and pentox I've seem to have largely maintained what little functionality I have left. Prior to beginning this routine I appeared to be getting steadily worse. My pentox will run out shortly and as it is now impossible to buy without a prescription, here's hoping cialis and VED alone will see me through!

I think you will find mixed results on the forum. Alas, what works for one does not necessarily work for another. If you can afford it I'd still recommend VED though.
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« Reply #5 on: May 17, 2017, 05:31:56 AM »

Hi Stevie and welcome.
I don't have a wealth of advice as I'm a newbie too. I am a similar age though (47) and very similar symptoms. I have just ordered an Erecaid classic (new old stock from Ebay) which should be with me in the next few days. Happy to stay in touch re. results!
The Somacorrect was going to be my 1st choice until an Ebay search found the Erecaid..
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