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 on: Today at 03:05:29 AM 
Started by curved45 - Last post by qwertyman
I had a 50 degrees curve and hated it. Life has improved unbelievably for me since having the STAGE surgery.

Obviously it's your choice, and perhaps your curve wasn't as badly shaped as mine. Make sure you do lots of research before you do any surgery though.

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 on: Today at 02:54:02 AM 
Started by curved45 - Last post by alasch
45° is a lot to me personally.... if you are not happy with it and you have problems the only solution is surgery. you need to talk with an experienced penis surgeon. don't go to a normal urologist. they will tell you crap. i have been through it...

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 on: Today at 02:35:44 AM 
Started by sonnyjim - Last post by kusher
Daily cialis 5mg impact start to kick in after 6-8 months of daily use. If it does not work at all then different medication might work for u like Viagra. U also have stem cell therapy or shockwave therapy or VED. If they all don't work then u have 2 last options. Implant and leave the past behind or wait passionately for regenerative medicine which will appear hopefully in the next 5-10 years. U have to find a doctor that exclusively deals with ed issues. U already went to raheem. Now go to garaffa and Ralph and see what they say.

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 on: Today at 01:55:46 AM 
Started by Monty - Last post by x2
just a thought do coloured guys get peyronies, only don't seem to remember seeing any on any sites i've been on!!!

Google Dr. L. Levine's book on Peyronies Disease online (free). Dr. Levine wrote:"In my practice, I have seen African-American, Hispanic, East Indian, American Indian and Asian men—including Chinese, Japanese, and Korean men—with Peyronies Disease."

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 on: Today at 01:26:29 AM 
Started by diehardpatriot - Last post by swiss
Does this only make sense to me? To RIGHT after the injury to rest it for a week, or two or three? Then start physical therapy? It makes sense that we stay in the acute inflammatory period for a long time cause it's constantly being used, like when I sprained my back. They say to rest it for a few days. Why is the advice from doctors- my first Uro to just keep having sex. Levine said I could keep having sex as well I believe. It sort of makes no sense?? Same with boners. That's not resting it.

Thoughts? Anyone? Let's have a discussion on this.

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 on: Today at 12:09:24 AM 
Started by diehardpatriot - Last post by diehardpatriot
Werther. Thanks. No doubt erecfions are necessary. The thing is, I’m getting TOO many erections.. if I were to go on androcur, I’d do it the smart way. where after a short test of maybe 2-3 days I’d start light traction and then start using the ved. That way I have complete control of how long I do the erectikns, I keep bloodflow going, and I make sure the scarring doesn’t set in

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 on: Yesterday at 10:28:41 PM 
Started by sonnyjim - Last post by JS1991
It can be effective. I'm suggesting it for lack of a better option. I'd be interested to hear what Zahalsky or Landers would say about the case.

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 on: Yesterday at 09:49:32 PM 
Started by sonnyjim - Last post by Werther
Is there something new about stem cells and ED?

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 on: Yesterday at 09:36:47 PM 
Started by diehardpatriot - Last post by Werther
Bloodflow helps the tunica heal because it brings oxygen in the area and then reduce the amount of oxidative stress and free radicals, that are responsible for the deposit of collagen, which - as you know - leads to the development of fibrosis. That should be why there's a lot of people - based on what I read here - that develop Peyronie's after ED and not vice versa, as it usually happens.

The fact that you suffered from a fracture doesn't make things different in my opinion. If you haven't got surgery in the next 48 hours, then you're facing the same problems that people with Peyronies Disease have to deal with and, based on what was said before, erections are still necessary, in order to get a better outcome.

I gave a look at your other thread, where you asked tips for drugs like Androcur, in order to avoid erections. I personally think it wouldn't be useful, but rather potentially damaging. It looks like asking for drugs to stay awake because you suffer from sleepwalking: you would have certainly solved the problem, as long as you don't sleep, but it won't do anything for it, once you'll come back to sleep and you can't even know in advance what kind of other sh!^^y problems you'll have to deal with because of the insomnia's choice.

By the way, I'm no expert. These are just my two cents.

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 on: Yesterday at 08:07:53 PM 
Started by sonnyjim - Last post by JS1991
Stem cells.

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