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 on: Today at 09:42:07 PM 
Started by SergeyAnael - Last post by james1947
Sergey

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Maybe I'll find a girl for the experiment, I do not know
In my opinion, you should do that. No other way to get an answer to your questions.
And sooner that letter. You are still very young, but don't waste time!

James

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 on: Today at 09:16:54 PM 
Started by gerMike - Last post by james1947
Thanks for the explanation Pey Ron
Now is clear :)

James

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 on: Today at 07:13:24 PM 
Started by Suejan - Last post by Suejan
We have only had sex twice since the op and it seems to be painful when he orgasms. He was already circumcised

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 on: Today at 07:03:30 PM 
Started by Jack1909 - Last post by DN
Dr. Lue is pretty good, he will do an ultrasound of your flaccid penis so observe the injury. He would not do a blood flow ultrasound for me in the erect state. I think his protocol is pretty simple, he will ask these questions:

1. Pain upon erection/intercourse?
2. Curve, how much, stop you from having sex?
3. Indents that preclude intercourse?
4. Erectile dysfunction, does cialis/viagra/injections work?
5. How long have you had this is it changing still or stable?

I honestly believe that you don't even need to see Lue to know what his response will be:

If pain you are still in acute phase, you need pentox maybe a lot, try it for 6 months then come back
If curve stops you from having sex you need pentox or xiaflex, up to you and insurance.
If indents are bad, maybe reconstructive surgery or VED and pentox for 6 months, up to you and insurance.
If ED and still early in acute stage you should wait and see and take cialis viagra, if stable or has been years then take cialis or viagra.. If they don't work then you need implant.

You have a lot of pain right? You should be taking pentox for at least  6 months. If that doesn't work I don't know what Lue will do about your chronic pain. Probably try to avoid you, as he has done with other problematic patients. If you're sold on an implant you should see a high volume implanter such as Kramer, Eid, or Perito. Or you could see Goldstein in San Diego for a thorough sexual medicine physical.

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 on: Today at 07:02:05 PM 
Started by sonnyjim - Last post by lessor
I agree with DN

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 on: Today at 06:49:22 PM 
Started by Dunnobro - Last post by DN
Your posts are very unclear. "everyone has a curve like that right?" Is it a new curve?! You sound like you have ED, have you been taking PDE5 inhibitors? If you're having dick issues, which probably took you to the urologist, and he thinks it's peyronie's then it probably is. If it's 3 years, you're probably fairly stable. Is the condition causing you problems? After three years you're very unlikely to improve significantly but again it's unclear WHAT YOUR ACTUAL ISSUE IS? Significant curve, erectile dysfunction refractory to PDE5 inhibitors, indents??? These are what peyronie's is and what people complain about. The curve needs xiaflex/pentox/traction/ved, the indents need VED, the erectile dysfunction needs Cialis/Viagra/injections. OR an implant will fix all of these at once. Please report your symptoms clearly and we can help you better.

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 on: Today at 06:35:14 PM 
Started by DN - Last post by DN
Dr. Lue and Dr. Gelbard said it is due to inflammation that does not allow the veins to be compressed and keep blood in. For many with Peyronie's fibrosis/plaque does this but Lue/Gelbard think the inflammation is doing it and will get better as the inflammation goes down. However, everything has been getting worse so I'm not confident the ED will go back to normal. Cialis 10 mg daily gives me good erections but gives me headaches sometimes. I'm not interested in doing this forever (I'm 28). I'm strongly considering an implant to correct the erectile dysfunction and indents. Many of us need to man up and accept that our dicks are broken and the implant is the only thing proven to fix it and that men are satisfied with. I have no intention of going years in my current state. I'm giving this thing a year to get better then finding the best surgeon that my insurance will cover. For those of you that say "no way" to implants... well, I'll look forward to a rock solid dick on demand, I don't know what you're looking forward to.

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 on: Today at 06:26:15 PM 
Started by sonnyjim - Last post by DN
Sonnyjim, so it sounds like you were diagnosed with venous leak? A big one probably if the injection didn't give you an erection. And you're not getting erections with PDE5 inhibitors (viagra/cialis). You're young, I don't think injections are a viable long term option, especially considering you already have scar tissue and injections will give you more scar tissue. My advice, which is just one man's advice who has been studying thoroughly the many resources online, here, Franktalk, and met with 4 different urologists (Lue, Gelbard, Rafjer, and another worthless one) is that, if you're still in the inflammation stage (acute), you can wait to see if when the inflammation goes down your erections will come back, after a year it is concerning, or you could go with an implant. I know an implant sounds crazy... But the truth is it is a common treatment for severe erectile dysfunction, especially when PDE5 inhibitors don't work. The satisfaction rate is high and success rate is very high if you go to a good surgeon. As an analogy, at this point it seems you are in a situation where the doctor tells you that you need a knee replacement and you continue to limp or hop around on one leg looking for other options that aren't really there. Can you live the rest of your life like that, probably, but why? Schedule an appointment with an implant urologist and see what they say. Also, read Franktalk to become more familiar. The truth is many men go years with an unsatisfactory sex life because they're afraid of an implant or don't know about it, meanwhile the implanted community is f'^+'ing everyday... Blows my mind. Don't listen to the depressed voices telling you that death is better or that "might as well strap on a dildo"... F^@% that crap all the way. Let those people rot with broken dicks... GO FIX YOURS AND REALIZE THAT A LOT OF OTHER MEN HAVE FIXED THERES. Tell your girlfriend you injured it and this is the medical treatment for it. You'll be hard on demand whenever you want and your sensitivity will be the same (doesn't help you there but better than being soft). Do you want to be in this same situation next year? With a broken dick hoping for a miracle? The solution is non ideal, but that is life sometimes. Be glad there is a solution that MANY MEN THINK IS THE GREATEST THING IN THE WORLD.

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 on: Today at 04:18:00 PM 
Started by sonnyjim - Last post by Paolo
Well yes, having no curve is a good thing as if you do that will shorten erect length for sure. I meant to ask you if your dick feels cold, or is it the same body temperature?
The lumps could be causing nerve entrapment, not sure  :-\

I would refrain for stretching every day, a few days a week, maybe leave any dick stimulus for a week.

I try to refrain from offering supplement advice but I think in your case taking B6, B12 Methylcobalamin and folate may help, it takes about 3 days minimum for improvements to show. I take B12 and folate myself.

If I find anything else relating to your symptoms I will post back.

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 on: Today at 01:05:19 PM 
Started by ÀlexBl - Last post by lmlalo
Good luck. For what it's worth, I started with the rod and found it hard to get in a lot of hours due to the plastic base pushing up against my body and balls and causing pain after a while. I switched to using the strap, mainly (still use the rod on occasion), and found it much better. A firmer stretch and easier to walk around and wear at work, etc.

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