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 on: Today at 04:21:06 PM 
Started by Monty - Last post by Monty
surprise surprise just done a measure and can get 4 1/2 inches stretched flaccid, i'm a luck chap .

 on: Today at 04:01:14 PM 
Started by CaptainHook - Last post by betterbend
I will try to answer, remembering that I am not an MD ...

1.  I assume you refer to the look while erect.  When not erect my penis often looks perfectly normal.  The harder I get the more pronounced the curve.  When I went for an evaluation, I was injected with a drug cocktail of alprostadil papaverine and phentolamine.  It is a very potent (pardon the pun) erection inducer.  That was where the curve was at its worst, but I have seen it that bad with morning erections.  Unfortunately I don't get that hard for sex ...

2.  My understanding is that you can have multiple plaque formations and not every plaque leads to a bend or pain.  So best bet is for a doctor to evaluate both of them and your bend to see what the issue is.

3.  No idea on the third question.  Perhaps its still active and forming, or possibly healing if you are in the lucky 10% that heal on their own?  I dont know. 

My advice is to go on the Peyroines Society website or some other advocacy website and find an MD who specializes in treatment, hopefully near you and in your insurance plan.  I saw 3 different doctors before choosing, and I am lucky to be in NY because I had options.  However, many urologists have a general familiarity with the condition, but aren't up on the latest research, which isn't very robust BTW...

 on: Today at 03:46:14 PM 
Started by Monty - Last post by Monty
Thanks i'll give it a measure may make it pressing into fat pad gain 1/2 inch,

 on: Today at 03:42:27 PM 
Started by Crookid - Last post by betterbend
From what I was told the pain does not have to be in the bend, the nerves to the glans run past the plaque so it may push on a nerve middle of the nerve and you feel the pain at the end of the nerve.

 on: Today at 03:24:07 PM 
Started by Monty - Last post by WhatNext81
One other option, depending on how close you are to 3", you can easily remove the clamp, place your penis head in and re-attach the clamp into the device. Makes it a lot easier, even with a penis over 3".

 on: Today at 03:23:48 PM 
Started by Dared - Last post by JamesM
I recommend Dr Moyer, University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas.

 on: Today at 03:21:37 PM 
Started by deliverance - Last post by JamesM
The below is specific to only my circumstance.

I had no success with the VED before my first nesbit plication surgery 4 years ago for dorsal peyronies at close the 80 degrees.  That surgery failed, the curvature returned at roughly 60 degrees.

I had a second nesbit plication surgery 2 years ago, which also failed, the curvature remained. To make matters worse after the 2nd nesbit procedure,  each erection was painful, the plication sutures were painful.

Two weeks ago I had the implant procedure, which so far appears to have completely worked. The plication sutures were removed. The implant cylinders are partially filled keeping my penis partially erect so that the left and right corpus get use to the implant.

There has been less pain with the implant surgery than there was with both plication surgeries.

I choose the AMS 700 product for its durability.

 on: Today at 03:19:00 PM 
Started by Monty - Last post by WhatNext81
To measure, hold your penis by the glans, stretch your penis out and use a ruler so you can push it into your "fatpad." I don't have the instructions in front of me but I know the ruler is important so you can press into your fatpad to get an accurate reading.

Never place a rigid, aka partially errect penis into a traction device. I can get out the instruction book, when I have time, and get back to you in regards on how to accurately measure to see if the device will work. I know the return policy is 30 days. Free shipping both ways.

 on: Today at 03:08:17 PM 
Started by Monty - Last post by Monty
Thats me out then,dont think i can make 3 inches when flaccid, can you load up with a semi erection on?

 on: Today at 03:02:34 PM 
Started by Dared - Last post by JamesM
I also have United Healthcare. Prior to my implant surgery (2 weeks ago) I had already reached my out of pocket deductible for the year from a knee arthroscopic. My surgeons office worked out all of the coverage with UHC. My complete total out of pocket was 2,500 for the implant surgery.

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