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 on: Today at 06:25:29 AM 
Started by Hawk - Last post by NeoV
Keto typically provides you with not only more antioxidants and vitamins due to the high veggie consumption, but higher endogenous antioxidant activity (SOD, CoQ10, Glutathione).

Typical keto is massive amounts of veggies with meat.

Carnivore is another question, but so far people are finding that it does provide enough vitamins for the body, oddly enough. But you should eat most of the animal such as organ meats. As skunkworks and I have mentioned, you don't need as much vitamin C on carnivore since glucose has a way of blocking it due to it's structure being the same.

 on: Today at 06:16:56 AM 
Started by birdman73 - Last post by NeoV
There is good evidence that keto inhibits prostate cancer. At least three studies with another trial ending soon in December this year.

Ketogenic diet in cancer therapy.
Low-Carbohydrate Diets and Prostate Cancer: How Low Is “Low Enough”?

The only cancers that do not benefit cancer are some skin cancers due to the BRAF pathway, but this has only been demonstrated in rats. Keto so far is becoming one of the most effective adjunct therapies to cancer, NOT because of autophagy, but due to the warburg effect.

 on: Today at 06:05:14 AM 
Started by FloppyNoMore - Last post by FloppyNoMore
Today a new journey begins in a few hours I will start the 1500 mile drive to my winter home in southwest Florida. 25 days post op and feeling pretty good just a few minor aches and pains but nothing at all like the first week. I actually think that we should call that" HELL WEEK" as we are not ready for all that happens in those first days and we wonder if this was really what we bought into. Then things start to stabilize. It's  so easy to look back and so very hard to see forward. I still have several things that need more time to settle in but with the experience I've gained from these last 25 days I'm confident that next week there will be one less issue and the next one less till they have all resolved themselves. There is no way that I can stress the fact that the single most important thing in this process is to choose the right surgeon the one that knows what he's doing the guy that has done so many of these that its second nature to him.

 on: Today at 05:47:03 AM 
Started by Pohlski - Last post by YoungFella
If you have low t you will have Venous leak.

 on: Today at 05:44:20 AM 
Started by Hawk - Last post by FloppyNoMore
Hawk as I follow along a bit less then three months behind I see issues starting to resolve themselves. The uncomfortable feeling of no place to put it has resolved itself to hanging down a bit past 5 o,clock. Now I can wear clothes with out shifting and rearranging things. My pain is down to a minimum the only part that is still tender is the scrotum area were I squeeze the  deflate valve. There was no doubt that week three turned a corner.

 on: Today at 05:02:32 AM 
Started by Hawk - Last post by pfract
It is very nice to read such a great account of improvement! Hope that you can be around for long, motivation and age wise to help out other folks in this journey into making the right decision like you did.

 on: Today at 04:59:01 AM 
Started by Pohlski - Last post by Pohlski
So I’m pretty sure Iv got a venous leak from my Peyronie’s and I am awaiting a scan which will likely take months on the nhs in the U.K.

Difficulty keeping and maintaining an erection and I have position dependant erectyle rigidity. If I’m laying down I can get full hard if I’m sitting or standing It Kills the erection

I have also had chronic fatigue since the onset of my symptoms and always elevated heart rate. Anyone who’s had a venous leak experienced chronic stifle and pins/needles in hands and feet etc

 on: Today at 04:34:21 AM 
Started by Spikepork - Last post by Monty
Hi, would love to hear more about your journey in UK, how good is Dr Ralph? was your op done in London? did you have to book a hotel room for so long? did you take any pre and post operation photos?

 on: Today at 02:33:00 AM 
Started by Spikepork - Last post by Monty
Hi, love to hear more of your story, don't get many treated in UK, some details would be fantastic.

 on: Today at 12:03:26 AM 
Started by bjelorad - Last post by Sambaji
Here is my experience:

I developed Peyronie's disease 1 year after stopping masturbation. I'm 28. I had problems having proper erections after I stopped masturbating. Then after a few months, this was solved. Then, it started out of nowhere. My erections just started hurting. And a few days later (less than a week I think) I realised I had a huge lump in my penis.

I went to a few doctors and none of them knew what it was. I checked online and I went to a urologist with my self-diagnosis but he said it's no Peyronie's. He still prescribed vitamin E because he said these are small calcifications but no Peyronie's. I started taking vitamin E but it had no effect and I think it even made me a bit anxious and depressed.

I went to another urologist who said it's probably Peyronie's but there's nothing to do. He prescribed an anti-inflammatory for 1 week, which made the lump much smaller after just a few days. This was 1 month after Peyronie's appeared, or a bit more maybe 2 months. My erections were still hurting and the lump was still there. And I saw a small bend to the right that started appearing (although the lump was not clearly on one side but around the whole top of the penis). I stopped taking the vitamin E.

I tried many things, local anti-inflammatory (definitely don't do that, I had an allergic reaction, my penis looked really ugly, that was funny), the toothbrush technique (just hurt without doing anything).

I then found the iontophoresis technique with Verapamil. I googled it and found a doctor who does it in my city. I went there and did sessions for 1 month where he would apply iontophoresis on my penis 3 times per week with Verapamil and Cortisol (anti-inflammatory). He also prescribed Pentoxifylline and L-arginine. I took that everyday for 2 months. Meanwhile, the bend started to appear upwards as well. I could still have sex. After 3-4 sessions, my penis started hurting much less (while in erection, didn't hurt when soft). I stopped taking the medication and my penis was still hurting a bit and a bit bent to the right and upwards. Now, 2 months after I stopped the iontophoresis treatment and 1 month after stopping the medications, the pain went away (this happened little by little) and the bend suddenly disappeared very recently. I feel like this is a miracle, it feels amazing. My penis is back to normal. Thank God.

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