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popopo

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Is there even hope?
« on: October 13, 2017, 12:49:51 AM »

Is there ever gonna be a true cure or will they keep coming up with useless treatments? I wish there was some progression in regenerating tissue again.
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Re: Is there even hope?
« Reply #1 on: October 13, 2017, 07:08:29 AM »

What's the point in open up many threads like this popopo? My suggestion just take a break from this forum for a while it's just harmful hanging around here all the time..
I'm trying myself I know it's hard, but the answers you'll be given e are pretty the same and they won't change anytime soon, and they will be led by the feelings that the people are experiencing in that moment and nothing else. We are no doctor nor researchers.

What I can say it's I do believe the future will be bright for the coming generations and indeed we are about to enter a the regenerative era but it could be tomorrow, next year or 5 years away. It might be rilevant for us, and it might not..
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Re: Is there even hope?
« Reply #2 on: October 13, 2017, 08:20:58 AM »

There is the same hope for curing Peyronie's as there is curing Cancer, Diabetes, and Heart Disease. Well, less given that Peyronie's is so under-researched. That doesn't mean you can't improve your situation or prevent the disease from worsening. All the above diseases, and Peyronie's have been shown to be linked in some way or another anyway.

Use the treatments, and never give up on yourself. There are girls waiting for you right now, don't stay stuck in the pain mentality.

My first main curve is greatly reduced, and my new indentation did get me quite unhappy, but that is smoothed out too now. Something is working, between the traction and the low blood sugar.
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Re: Is there even hope?
« Reply #3 on: October 13, 2017, 04:02:31 PM »

I do believe the future will be bright for the coming generations
But probably not for us. What's the point if solution will be found when you're like 70 or 80 years old or even we all be dead at the time? I'm so tired of this and absolutely agree with popopo. There's three types of male's problems that currently can't be cured and a lot, I mean A LOT of male population around the world are suffering from: 1. Peyronie's Disease 2. Prostatitis 3. Small penis size and micropenis. And there's no cure for all of 3 of these problems and we are almost in 2018! Sometimes I feel like it's all just a nightmare and I'll wake up soon, but nothing is changing... Maybe it sounds too pessimistic, but if you a realistic person, you know that is all true.

P.S. Sometimes I think that even peoples like Anthony Atala is just a scammers who're only want to got money from government and didn't do their work. What if they're just make visibility of work with zero real results? Just think about it: Atala started project of growing penile tissue in the lab in 1992, in 2017 (i.e 25 years after starting point of the project) this option is still unavailable and not even tested and not FDA approved. How many years we should suffer, before it's happening? Same crap with stem-cell technologies (no real results, no new options on horizon), same crap with DNA-editing and CRISPR technology.
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Re: Is there even hope?
« Reply #4 on: October 14, 2017, 05:53:16 AM »

Sincerely I think the same as popopo and alex, people who dont suffer this problem dont give importance (doctors or other men and of course women) they think isnt important because it doesnt kill you, but the reality is that it is worse that death because it kills you in life, lets be honest this makes you a zombie, a person without ambitions. So with the mentality of society nothing new will come apart from the surgeries we already know and this is how it is.
And I dont now what to think about atala, I think they are focused on other problems / organs and they dont pay much attention to the penis .. They cured vaginas and things like that, but the penis doesnt deserve their effort of course ..
 

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Re: Is there even hope?
« Reply #5 on: October 14, 2017, 10:03:18 AM »

I somewhat agree, unfortunately these days the penis is taboo, whereas (it seems) all female form is common place in society and media. We need to get back to simpler times, the ancient Greeks worshiped the male form, alas for the most part we are these days simply ignored in medicine, and asked to spend $$$$ on devices that at best moderate the condition.

To give up hope however is a negative and defeatist attitude, anything you try that brings even the slightest relief/improvement means we move forward, to that end that's what this forum is for, moral support, practical help should/could be on the horizon, however;

The variety of treatment options for Peyronie's disease is testament to the serious need that remains for an effective treatment

Please guys keep posting, whether positive or negative this forum is IMHO 'invaluable' in my learning to deal with this, yes its a sh!^^y disease indeed  :'(
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Re: Is there even hope?
« Reply #6 on: October 14, 2017, 10:13:21 AM »

True, someone I met at a rehab clinic a while back told.me his sister had similar indecurities as us but about her breast size. (He also told me he did jelqing too and had some results, funny guy he was and made me feel less wierd for having done these exercises). He told me that his sister actually had an insurance company pay for breast enlargement because it was "emotionally damaging" her. In contrast, I get send to a psychiatrist who diagnosed me with BDD makeing it so most docs treat me like a hypochondric. It sucks, but I'm sure society will change into a more masculine direction again. For every third wave feminist there is a "redpill" male thinking in the complete opposite direction.
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