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Dr Lue says ED will improve
« on: August 22, 2017, 04:16:26 PM »

For those who have experienced ED as a symptom of Peyronie's, not those who may have ED separate from Peyronie's.

I am 27 and have poor erections without PDE5 inhibitors following my Peyronie's diagnosis 4-5 months ago. I have been on tadalafil (cialis) daily for about 3 months so I'm not sure the extent of my ED right now but I'd be surprised if it's not bad. I was having trouble getting an erection and also maintaining it. Thought I could have venous leak.

Ok, so I saw a world renowned Peyronies Disease and ED specialist Dr. Tom Lue at UCSF. He said:
I have a minor septal injury.
He does not think I will have permanent ED from the severity of my injury, he hasn't seen that before.
Try to go off cialis in ~3 months.
Because 5-10mg cialis is working that I don't have venous leak
Didn't think doing a Duplex ultrasound for blood flow was worth it because he was confident my ED will go away.
My ED is associated with inflammation that will go down with time and healing.


Dr. Lue is not your average "wait and see" urologist. He has seen thousands of cases of Peyronie's and is considered one of the world's leading specialists in Peyronie's and ED! So this can either give you guys and myself hope or we can be suspicious. Unfortunately, I have only been suspicious as there is not a lot of info on Peyronie's related ED, most metrics for Peyronie's are curvature degree and plaque volume. Anyone experience this? Is there anyone on here that comes on to help us current sufferers that has had this improvement? Should I feel better after this prognosis or be suspicious?
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Re: Dr Lue says ED will improve
« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2017, 08:08:28 PM »

Night time use of viagra or cialis can improve erection quality over time.

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Re: Dr Lue says ED will improve
« Reply #2 on: September 21, 2017, 09:45:01 PM »

For those who have experienced ED as a symptom of Peyronie's, not those who may have ED separate from Peyronie's.

I am 27 and have poor erections without PDE5 inhibitors following my Peyronie's diagnosis 4-5 months ago. I have been on tadalafil (cialis) daily for about 3 months so I'm not sure the extent of my ED right now but I'd be surprised if it's not bad. I was having trouble getting an erection and also maintaining it. Thought I could have venous leak.


Similar situation here. I'm 27, and have scar tissue that has blood flow to the area after taking a doppler ultrasound.

Cant get good erections without Cialis. I stopped taking it for a day and waited 36 hours. My erection was very soft. Softer than it's ever been and flexible.

Apparently my injury was considered moderate, so nothing that is impossible to recover from? It's been about 4 months and I'm still having issues.



Have you improved since your post?
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Re: Dr Lue says ED will improve
« Reply #3 on: September 23, 2017, 11:55:48 AM »

Keep taking the cialis and pentox. They can improve erection quality over time.

Use a VED/traction as well if you can afford it.

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Re: Dr Lue says ED will improve
« Reply #4 on: October 13, 2017, 02:39:39 AM »

2 month update after seeing Dr Lue, still have ED, plaque volume iPad increased and now have ore indents. Still waiting on Dr Lues "don't worry it will get better" prognosis.
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Re: Dr Lue says ED will improve
« Reply #5 on: October 13, 2017, 04:03:23 AM »

What a coincidence.. I get the same reply from my uro. Once I get rid of my pelvic tension I'll magically grow back the inch I lost not to mention all the girth/indents and loss of feeling... sure, sure.. I wanna believe it, but it's just unrealistic considering I havent had my original erection in 5 years while I do still get hard ons. It seems every boner is veeeerrryy slowly getting a little bit more indented and he cant spot anything except tension and a venous leak.
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Re: Dr Lue says ED will improve
« Reply #6 on: October 13, 2017, 04:45:48 AM »

I dont understand how ED can improve by itself, I mean people do surgeries for it and even surgery doesnt work..many people with ED who cant work well with pills or injections they need an implant, what I understand and what I know from my self experience and others peoples experience is that likely ED wont improve by itself
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Re: Dr Lue says ED will improve
« Reply #7 on: October 14, 2017, 10:57:34 PM »

I bet you 20 bucks it won't. I fractured my penis in 2014, and a lot of doctors also said I had nothing and that I was good to go. And here I am, with moderate ed 3 years later, exactly the same.
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Re: Dr Lue says ED will improve
« Reply #8 on: October 14, 2017, 11:22:30 PM »

Dr Lue seems to have an excellent reputation, maybe try to ask him for more of an explanation?
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Re: Dr Lue says ED will improve
« Reply #9 on: Yesterday at 09:02:41 AM »

I agree that ED will not improve by itself.
It may get worst during time, but not better without treatment.

James
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