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My case hypothesis might help you
« on: October 08, 2017, 06:10:02 PM »

Friends, from all over the world, suffers of this bad disease... Listen to me.

Last year, probably in October, i had my first syptoms of penis curving, it was during sex, when my shaft sliped away and the women i was with tried to put it back inside kind of roughly, i felt like it had bent my penis a little in a permanente fashion... After that i always felt this weird sensation on it (bent sensation). But it was not until december when in another sex session, i was being masturbated (mild to soft touch) by a women and felt my penis really benting, it was really unconfortable. After that it was an everlasting sensantion of a bent penis. And it grew worse, not only that but i felt a hard lump/plaque inside the penis.

That is when i discovered in January 2017 the Iron overload problem, and though i was not way, way, way off in my iron levels, it was still higher than normal levels by 25%. After this discovery i started to reduce my red meat consupumtion, citric juices and did a blood donation. It took me about 4 months to regularize my situation, but the more the iron level went down to low normal levels "you wanna keep in lower normal range this thing, for many reasons, do you research" during these months, the better i felt about my penile problem, until it simply vanished and no longer i'm suffering from these horrible lumps inside my penis, neither the really weird and bad sensation of a bent penis.
OBS: My penis was visibly curved during this time, which is no longer the case at all.

There is not much i can tell here, this is really simply, you don't even need to use anything, just change your diet a bit (cut red meat and citric juices), you might want to give this a try if you find your iron levels are normal in the high range or surpass the normal levels.

I hope this can help someone, and no, i don't think this is the case for everyone, but might be for many people without even knowing.
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Re: My case hypothesis might help you
« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2017, 03:17:35 AM »

Interesting, Men are significantly more likely to develop hereditary hemochromatosis than women, and they tend to experience signs and symptoms between the ages of 40 and 60 years.

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Re: My case hypothesis might help you
« Reply #2 on: October 09, 2017, 06:18:57 PM »

Not only man can develope easier hereditary hemochromatosis, we can hold iron easier too, because we don't have periods => no blood loss => no red blood cells loss (which is made with iron) = higher levels of iron over the years.

Also i was really a red meat binger back then (plus Orange juice tanker), nowadays i avoid it mostly. That is why i had this disease even though i am young (i don't have hemochromatosis).
OBS: The best thing to do if you, reader, feel this might be your case is to test your levels, even if you don't eat seriously meat like i did, you might have hemochromatosis.


Also, i saw another topic in the "alternative treatments..." sub-forum talking about coffee and green tea, but citing other reasons as to why they could be a medicine in the treatment of this disease. But one other well known function that green tea and coffee have is that they can block iron absorption, contrary action to the citric fruits (which increases it).

So... link the dots.
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Re: My case hypothesis might help you
« Reply #3 on: October 09, 2017, 06:27:23 PM »

Did you test your hemaglobin or hematocrit levels?
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Re: My case hypothesis might help you
« Reply #4 on: October 10, 2017, 06:53:36 PM »

Yes, everything was normal, my problem was High ferritin.
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Re: My case hypothesis might help you
« Reply #5 on: October 10, 2017, 09:40:09 PM »

Is that part of a panel or your doc just decided to check?
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Re: My case hypothesis might help you
« Reply #6 on: October 11, 2017, 04:13:44 PM »

Tsanchez12369,

I went to a hematologist to check out.
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Re: My case hypothesis might help you
« Reply #7 on: Yesterday at 06:25:19 PM »

I just had labs for iron levels and will report back w the results.
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« Reply #8 on: Today at 09:29:31 PM »

All right.
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« Reply #9 on: Today at 10:42:05 PM »

Turns out low levels...
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