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 on: Today at 05:09:46 AM 
Started by NeoV - Last post by Paolo
Fascinating, and you only inherit your mitochondria from your Mother, thanks NeoV for another great posting  :)

Do you have any thoughts on the sugar D-Ribose, or any experience with it?, it is supposedly very good for cardiovascular health  :-\

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 on: Today at 03:54:22 AM 
Started by z727629029 - Last post by zoli1995
Hi z72,

I'm sorry to hear that such a significant reccurence came back. At least look at the bright side. You don't have any health problems with your penis (erections, pain etc) and there are no permanent sutures. If I were you, I would think whether I would really need a second surgery or not. That's the situation I am in. It is true, my recurrent curve is not that big, but I'm ok with it since it doesn't disable me from having normal intercourse.

Can you please tell us about how many months after the surgery did the recurrence come? The sutures dissolve after 6 months, probably that is why you have that reccurence. Me myself have about 10 degrees of curve that came back, but I'm fine with that.


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 on: Today at 03:34:08 AM 
Started by sonnyjim - Last post by Paolo
sonnyjim, how did your appointment go yesterday?, any conclusions??

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 on: Today at 02:48:56 AM 
Started by tarjei12 - Last post by tarjei12
Monty
Okey yeah hopefully someone can relate to this, maybe im lucky/unlucky and there is an easier fix to this

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 on: Today at 02:46:22 AM 
Started by tarjei12 - Last post by Monty
Hi, well did my trial, found that a semi erect penis does bend left or right if you pull a bit extra to one side, but my full erect penis no way will it bend by pulling foreskin back, don't no how to help you, hope some comes up with a answer soon for you.

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 on: Today at 01:36:45 AM 
Started by Monty - Last post by binary.
Rough and excessive masturbation caused my peyronie's. Everything in moderation, as well as jerking it.

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 on: Today at 12:41:38 AM 
Started by z727629029 - Last post by z727629029
I also tried to conclude that while most people on the forum had a success operation but not me. First I wear jeans all the time, even after two weeks after the surgery. While I have unconscious erection, my penis feels the restriction from the jeans, which is a disaster to it. Second, the curvature is upward, and I kept the foreskin in the operation. The foreskin of the bottom was much more loose than the top when it was straight. So when I am stretching the penis, the top foreskin restricts the gain of length but not the bottom, which results in the unbalancing again. 

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 on: Today at 12:33:35 AM 
Started by z727629029 - Last post by z727629029
Hello everyone. I found myself having a curved penis while about 17 years old. The curvature was about 45 degree.  Starting from 2016, when I was 19, I realised that I might be suffering form Peyronie, and then found this website, and in turn I realised that the curvature is probably congenital, and Dr. Kuehhas has a good reputation on this. For eliminating the mental effect I contacted with him, started to deposit, flied to Vienna at October, and experienced a surgery. Initially everything went well, the penis was perfectly straight, there was no any side effect, and I regained the lost length by using phallosn. However, starting from mid-2017, the curvature went back, not as severe as before but still significant(about 30 degree). I contacted with Dr. Kuehhas and he said that another operation might be required, and this time he won't charge for the operation but I have to pay the hospital 5500euros. I am struggling because 1. apparently none likes surgery; 2. 5500 euros is still considerable; 3. I am a college student in US and I am busy with college work now 4. I am so afraid that the same thing happens after the second surgery.
I wish to hear that if there is anyone in this forum that had the same experience as I do

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 on: Yesterday at 10:55:54 PM 
Started by Quark - Last post by Tsanchez12369
I didn’t, but there are reports of catheters causing peyronies...that and the scope procedure it most likely is the cause.  All medical procedures have risks do I don’t know about a lawsuit, was there any informed consent around possible risks?  That said, I’d consider traction or VED To regain length and girth along w xiaflex and low dose cialis to remodel the plaque.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:49:47 PM 
Started by Quark - Last post by Quark
So no other comments? No one else developed Peyronies Disease in a similar manner?

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