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 on: Today at 01:24:08 PM 
Started by LMP - Last post by WhatNext81
"H100 is a patented and proprietary compound.  At this time, only Custom Rx in Wichita, Kansas, has the sole rights to legally produce this product in the US.  Other compounders may claim to use the "same" ingredients; however, the exact formula and quality standards are unlikely to be the same - so you cannot expect the same results or safety as documented in our study."

According to the company, one cannot expect the same results or safety if not provided by Custom Rx.

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 on: Today at 01:05:17 PM 
Started by TheTollundMan - Last post by TheTollundMan
Believe I'm seeing some loss of girth. Turtling has me at just under 4 inches flaccid, which is now my lowest measurement ever. Usually measure 4.5-5 inches flaccid. Getting some sore erections, even though I'm abstaining.

Turtling is now accompanied by some sharp pains in the glans. Usually hot showers lead to me "filling out" but it's like it doesn't even respond to heat. I'm getting on Pentox as soon as I can.

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 on: Today at 12:15:33 PM 
Started by dangerdave66 - Last post by dangerdave66
So, reporting back a week later after shot #1 and #2 (last Monday and Thursday).

For starters, flaccid and no topical numbing. Just a spray of alcohol (which kind of took the edge off being so cold) and then Doc squeezed the crap out of the plaque and stabbed it with a needle several times. Yea, it hurt but frankly not as much as I thought it would. I bet on the actual head I would have passed out.

Immediately following, a bit of swelling and then came the bruising rush. Kind of looked like a purple potato.

I'm doing my daily 3x stretching (sometimes more) although I'm not impressed with said length. Damn, I lost a lot of length with this Peyronies Disease.

For the moment it's interesting that I've had very few erections, and those were mild, and none spontaneous. I'm a bit fearful of them due to the warnings about ruptures.  Does anyone have any data on what activity causes a rupture? Mild erections vs hard erections vs hand jobs vs blow jobs. And of course I've referring to after the 2 week hiatus after the 2nd shot in a cycle.

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 on: Today at 11:12:56 AM 
Started by tropicalpalmtree - Last post by tropicalpalmtree
Hi everyone, Need advice, 25-30 degree leftward congenital curve. My erections are super hard which is good but also where the problem lies as this exagerrates awkwardness of penetration as my penis is so rigid at 100%.

what would be the best solution to fix this, even if i could get to >15%-10% curve i would be really happy. As important is preserving as much length as possible, my penis is quite long anyway but i like it this way so keeping as much as possible would be really beneficial personally.

any suggestions or advice? also the cheaper the method the better to be honest, i mean sub £3k, i cant afford 5k+ as im a student and pretty poor.

thank you

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 on: Today at 10:35:22 AM 
Started by swiss - Last post by swiss
I plan to share everything online to help out others. Same if i go for restorex. Pictures in flaccid state, and erect (well, as best as i d home.

yes, and so will I. I am 6 weeks into this new regime. Already seeing improvements. I will share before and after I have been doing this for 3 months like I said above. I am NOT going anywhere. I have been a contributing member on this forum for a while now.

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 on: Today at 10:26:39 AM 
Started by LMP - Last post by Tsanchez12369
For other countries, perhaps consider a compounding pharmacy to make up a similar formula with the ingredients?

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 on: Today at 09:24:06 AM 
Started by Rocky - Last post by Rocky
Any additional information on this from the members?

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 on: Today at 08:58:44 AM 
Started by fredukas - Last post by fredukas
Hi James,
Yes professor Andrianne is a leader in penile implants in Belgium. You can find some of his works in his bibliography on this site.
Site CHU - Urologie

Best regards

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 on: Today at 08:36:50 AM 
Started by Alexander88 - Last post by Werther
@hope794

We're from the same country, so I guess I know what the procedure is when you go to a private urologist to ask for a doppler ultrasound and treatment for peyronie's disease or other similar conditions: I've had two ultrasounds done in two different offices and both times the sonographer was a different doctor from the one who prescribed the treatment; but this doesn't mean that, as you stated, the sonographer couldn't have any interest in claiming that the plaque reduced in size after the treatment, since he cooperates with the other doctor (they're associates) and you're a client to both of them (and in fact you pay both of me). Imo, it's more than clear that the sonographer could be interested in reporting false results in order to avoid losing the client. Now, I don't know if your curing urologist and your sonographer work together, but I bet they do, and if it's not like this I really don't understand the reason why you chose two different doctors in order to address the same disease.

Now, coming to what you said with regards to your 30% plaque's reduction after iontophoresis (based on your sonographer's report), I'd like to ask you why you didn't notice any change in curvature. 30% of reduction, if true, is a big result (it's almost half of the plaque gone!) and if science makes sense, you should have at the very least experienced an improvement in curvature (or deformities, if you have any). But you said that nothing of this has occurred. That's why I highly doubt what lots of urologists claim about their treatments' success.

Please, keep in mind that I'm not calling you a liar neither. You're not the first italian guy whom I've heard of he was told by his urologist his plaque reduced in size (as "confirmed" by the doppler), but couldn't personally see any change in curvature, deformities, shortening, etc. I'd just like to know what your urologist told you to explain the fact that your penis remained perfectly equal to how it was before your treatment, even tough your plaque reduced to almost half of its original size.

Just to make things clear, I have nothing against you and I'm happy for you if you're improving; I just hate these so called doctors who make a living out of people's disgraces, spilling their money out of their pockets and practically doing nothing to help them.

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 on: Today at 07:27:52 AM 
Started by Dressa - Last post by Dressa
Hi!

My sister and one of her daughters have a diagnose (EDS). I haven't got a diagnose but share some of the symtoms. To get a diagnose you have to fulfil a fixed protocol of symtoms anf I'm not there. But EDS is a connective tissue disorder usually with hypermobility anf loose joints as key symtoms. I wonder if any of you guys have this?

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