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Just got Pentox, and trying to be proactive. Need advice
« on: January 25, 2018, 12:53:41 AM »

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 So I have a great Family DR who gave me Oentox at 400 x 3 daily. I went around looking for L-arginine but no luck. I’ll have to take a trip to the city and find it there or order online.
I have an appointment with a Urologist who specializes in these things, but it’s not until the end of July. I’m not keen on just waiting until then on my own, even though Peyronies Disease isn’t having a big impact on my life... yet.
I had an ultrasound about a month ago and they noted “large calcification on right” I think it was 2 cm, and another one noted. From what I’m reading it seems odd I have calcifications this early. Unless I’ve had Peyronies Disease longer than I think.
About a year ago I had ED issues, got Cialis and med to control my boarderline type 2 diabetes and lost over 20 pounds. ED got better / away, and then say 4 months ago I noticed a small lump half pea sized right on top of my urethra, just at the base of my foreskin. Waited a month thenasked Dr and got a Urologist Appointment. Soon after the lumps got much, much bigger. A few weeks later started getting mild pain, and a slight bend. I have a slight congenital bend in the same direction, which never seemed to be consistent.
Anyways from a lump to calcification in 4 months or so doesn’t seem to fit the timelines. And I hate not knowing what to expect. If it’s progressed this far in 4 months, am I in for real trouble?
Maybe I’ve had Peyronies Disease since I had ED issues, and now I’m almost stable, despite the recent and new pain?
I’m taking Vit E 600, Vit D3 400, Omega 3 (3 large pills), Calcium Citrate, one a day, now Pentox 400 x3, and soon L-arginine 500.
RX I take Effexor 75, Wellbutrin 300, Metformin 1500, Verapamil 150 (for heart rhythm), Pentox 1200 per day.
I’m considering a traction device, but I want to be 100% sure which one before I send $500 overseas on something I have no idea what it will be like to wear it.
I’m thinking Penis-Pro seems like the front runner.
I’ve considered the PDI supplement plan, yet I don’t like the idea that it’s all about money in the end. Yet with that said with all the information on the site, and how much time it took to put all that together, it does give them some skeptical level of authenticity. By that I mean it’s probably easier to run a scam, or sell snake oil without spending so much time on it. Yet maybe it’s bringing big money, it’s understandable the amount of attention it gets.
Anyways.
I think I got most of the basics down, and being on Pentox seems like I’m on the right track. I’m gonna call the Urologist tomorrow and see if they have a cancelation list so I might be able to get in sooner.
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Re: Just got Pentox, and trying to be proactive. Need advice
« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2018, 09:41:33 AM »

You’re on the right track and can buy your own supplements rather than buying into that websites exhorbitant pricing.  Maybe add low dose viagra or cialis to soften the plaque.  PNP is well designed, if you want to try traction at a lower price, check out the ESL40, my doc recommends it to all his peyronies patients.  Also, RestoreX just entered the market and reportedly only requires 30-90 minutes a Day (early research not yet publishing but hear is promising)...but again expensive.  Good luck, you’re def on top of this.
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Re: Just got Pentox, and trying to be proactive. Need advice
« Reply #2 on: February 01, 2018, 10:19:25 AM »

Thanks Tsanchez
 I’ve ordered the esl40 and will give it a try. The RestoreX looks interesting, yet I have concerns that it might not be best to use it while in the early stage of Peyronies Disease, ‘Acute’. The bending portion seems as though it might trigger some injury as in micro tearing.

I’m wondering if there is something to look for or expect after taking Pentox for a certain amount of time? I’ve read it can take up to 8 weeks to begin being effective when used for other conditions.
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« Reply #3 on: February 01, 2018, 02:29:56 PM »

Well if there’s improvement it could be the pentox helping, if not worsening without improvement could be the pentox preventing worsening.  One never knows for sure unless maybe you stop taking and it get worse.
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