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 on: Today at 09:29:47 PM 
Started by TDix - Last post by pfract
Hey man... Chances are it won't happen, but one of the side effects of the anti depressants could be a priapism. Keep an eye out for that. Erection lasting for 4 hours or more straight, rush immediately to the hospital.

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 on: Today at 08:29:30 PM 
Started by Bubba dawg - Last post by Bubba dawg
Doesnt feel like a normal caffeine reaction. Not much  caffeine in dark chocolate.  I drink that a 4:30 am. No let down like I have been having with just coffee in the morning. Felt good all day. No afternoon drowsiness. No irritability. No caffeine jitters. Like relaxed and energized at the same time. I am still wide awake. I have been up since 2:00 am. Worked all day. I had water for lunch. 2 beers for supper

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 on: Today at 08:19:03 PM 
Started by tonyode - Last post by TonySa
No, you do not need, nor should have, an erection for traction.  Erections are not harmful while going through xiaflex treatment.  Do both for maximum effects.

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 on: Today at 07:51:43 PM 
Started by ruff - Last post by JS1991
Of course he was pissed, most urologists will never recommend getting anything done not FDA approved, including mine. I do want to note that in my opinion, your new injury was due to what they described as "extra needling" (why on earth would anyone stick a needle into a Peyronie's ridden penis more than necessary) and not the actual stem cells injected into you, since I've never heard of this reaction ever in any of my research, but I have read of injections causing multiple cases of Peyronie's disease. In fact, I've decided not to self-inject myself next month and only do shockwave+IV stem cells for my next treatment because of what happened to you. If any of you remember, one of the reasons I wanted to go to Landers' clinic originally was because of their "injection technique" that I had read people speaking of, but I now believe it is misguided and excessive. At the clinic I went to, they refused to give me more than 4 carefully done shots (2 near tip, 2 near base) because of risk of further injury and their belief that the cells would travel throughout the entire shaft regardless of where they were injected. I actually had to request the additional 2 shots I had done near the tip as they usually only inject at the base.

Regardless, you're in a very tough situation right now: you spent a lot of money on a treatment and ended up hurting yourself even more. That is a recipe that kills hope; I sympathize with you greatly. I'll repeat my recommendation of fasting, only because I truly believe it will help you and you have nothing to lose, and I'll advise you to 1) give it time to heal then reassess and 2) until then, keep your mental state under control and do not allow yourself to be lost in misery. This is very important.

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 on: Today at 07:34:50 PM 
Started by Bubba dawg - Last post by JohnR
Sounds like a normal caffeine reaction... 🤔

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 on: Today at 05:45:16 PM 
Started by Hontas - Last post by JS1991
If you're so desperate, look into fasting.

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 on: Today at 05:23:51 PM 
Started by Bubba dawg - Last post by Bubba dawg
Good to see someone else benefiting. Thanks James! I felt like I got a boost from the powder today

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 on: Today at 04:19:19 PM 
Started by Bubba dawg - Last post by james1947
I eat dark chocolate for a long period of time for an other problem, not Peyronies.
The effect was as Bubba dawg wrote.
Will try to add the cocoa to my coffee

James

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 on: Today at 04:06:25 PM 
Started by Cacogen - Last post by james1947
Nice find Cacogen :)
Hopefully they will go forward and get to us also.

James

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 on: Today at 03:28:49 PM 
Started by Hontas - Last post by Hontas
I have sent 6 people that came in my mind a private message and i would really like if you guys also invite people who are really young -30 years old with a persistent and non stop active peyronies. I would really like to start a good discussion and try to find specific genetic markers maybe(dupuytren, diabetes, arthritis, etc..)

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