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 on: Today at 07:59:18 AM 
Started by Planetsmasher - Last post by Monty
Hi, i saw the local URO at our hospital last November, she put me on to using a VED, which i got through the NHS, one of the best you can buy.,9741.0.html

just take a look at this link.

 on: Today at 07:56:46 AM 
Started by Planetsmasher - Last post by Monty
Hi, yes i'm in UK and have NHS treatment.

 on: Today at 07:33:38 AM 
Started by Planetsmasher - Last post by Planetsmasher
I’ve been lurking here for a few weeks now, but after my doctors appointment I figured it’s time to start interacting. I feel like I’ve been on a long Peyronies journey so far.

I’ve been looking at my left ~40 degree curve for about 3 years now, and recently have been doing a lot of research in to it. After struggling to have sex last year, alarm bells really started to go off (I never used to have any problem, like 6 years ago). As far as I can tell, the only symptom I have is the curve. No dents, no hour glassing, no hard plaque I can feel, just a strong curve when erect.

I figured the responsible thing to do first would be to make an appointment with an NHS sexual health clinic, to see if they could give me any advice. They did not. In fact the woman I spoke to had no idea what I was talking about. Turns out they are only interested in STIs. So next I turned to my NHS doctor who I saw this week, and after describing my curve and difficulty having sex, literally the next thing he mentioned was Peyronie’s disease. He has now referred me to an NHS Urologist and I am expecting a letter to come soon with an appointment time. My doctor said it was very likely I will require surgery.

I felt weirdly depressed after leaving the doctors, even though I got the answer to the question I’ve been asking for 3 years now. I think having someone else actually tell me I have Peyronie's kinda hit me hard.

So that’s that. Urologist appointment soon to discuss next steps. So far, through my own research, I have felt much more in favour of the traction device options rather than I’m not sure what to expect from here on. I understand certain procedures can have unwanted side effects? From what I can tell, the NHS don’t really offer traction devices. We’ll see what happens. At the end of the day they can’t force a surgery on me.

I did wonder if anyone here has had experience dealing with Peyronie’s in the UK and through the NHS? We can take this to another forum room if it’s the best place to discuss further.

 on: Today at 07:33:27 AM 
Started by kongious - Last post by kusher
Waiting 6 months to do a revision surgery is not for everyone. Treatment is usually an individualized approach. Some patients need to do a revision asap or the situation might become even more worse. The guy is 7 months post op and he is having ed issues. I suggest u to accept ur current penis and to move on. A new surgery even by gelman or tom lue will most likely cause u a severe ed that does not respond to pills. When ur erection gets restored, wait 3 additional months, then do a surgery.

 on: Today at 06:05:09 AM 
Started by George999 - Last post by ed2018
ok Thanks Jack1909

 on: Today at 05:32:37 AM 
Started by ed2018 - Last post by ed2018
True !
Good point
Thanks Tsanchez12369

 on: Today at 05:15:45 AM 
Started by kongious - Last post by mst1622
Jack1909 is right. You should wait at least 6 months after the 1st surgery. Every recognized doctor who is not interested in your money only would say that.

 on: Today at 04:47:50 AM 
Started by Upward - Last post by Monty,9741.0.html

try some erect massage, i found very productive, as with your stretching do the same when erect but massage not stretch.

 on: Today at 03:26:24 AM 
Started by SergeyAnael - Last post by Monty
Hi for my ED i take 50mg of Sildenafil every other day, that gives a very good erections.

 on: Today at 03:12:21 AM 
Started by Heretoknow - Last post by Heretoknow
Hola amigos,

27 y.o from Amsterdam. I have been sex addict since 6 years. Sex is part of our our life style here where I come from. Went to sex addiction rehab 4 times with no benefit at all. Due to excessive intercourse, I started to develop on and off pain in my foreskin area. Last year went to urology department at the hospital. Doctor recommended circumcision. The stupid mother fucker cut too much skin accidentally and now my penis has a noticeable hypopigmeneted scar. Not a line. It looks like a giant square. No issues with erection or functionality.. just cosmetic problem. After surgery, I have not had sex since then. I'm afraid sexual partners will ask me what is this? Do u have STD?? Are you sick??? It does not look natural and this is what is stopping me from resuming sexual activity... I don't know how to answer or what to say..... Went to 8 doctors. All told me there is nothing to do.... I asked about skin graft or flap and they told me graft or flap is more deforming than a scar. I understand that this forum is for Peyronies Disease which is an internal scar tissue or for ED issues. But for me my only problem with my penis is the scar. Other than that. No problemo!!  So what do u guys think? Is it too bad? Can I have sex again? If girls ask me what is this... what should I say??  Please rescue me!! I want to have sex asap @__@

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