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 on: Today at 01:25:47 PM 
Started by Crooked_Stick - Last post by Crooked_Stick
There is a clinical trial now recruiting in California. FYI:


https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01953523?term=Peyronie&draw=2&rank=18

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 on: Today at 12:53:50 PM 
Started by Tsanchez12369 - Last post by Tsanchez12369
I had a small abrasion on my penis from tape holding the hothands pad.  Anyway it was minor and I continued to use the VED.  It seemed to over heal...scarring.  Should I not use the VED..is it aggravating it do you think?

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 on: Today at 09:22:38 AM 
Started by tripplestrike10 - Last post by tripplestrike10
Thanks Quackattack, I think for my own peace of mind I should definitely see a second uro and look into an ultrasound. A peyronies specialist if possible. Now it's a matter of finding someone who's a covered by my insurance. Although my curve is pretty significant I'm ok with leaving it as is for the moment until I know what I want to do. I'll definitely look into the magnet, I saw your topic on it and it seems to work wonders.

Hopefully my uro isn't upset with me cancelling and will write me a prescription for Cialis. I'd rather have 10mg than 5

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 on: Today at 08:10:57 AM 
Started by james1947 - Last post by jc961
I have done about 30 shots over the last year and a half with absolutely NO RESULTS! Done by 3 different Drs who do about 20 shots per week on patients. Finally devided to go with the plication procedure!

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 on: Today at 07:53:27 AM 
Started by MateoD - Last post by Miro_11
Hi everyone! I'm new here. I've a question concerning type 1 diabetes and insulin injection in particular. My husband was diagnosed with Type 1 Dia a week ago so I want to know how to do insulin pen injections.

And in truth, this is not the best forum for discussing such things, 
visit any pharmacy. Usually there is staff providing diabetes services, including insulin pen use https://www.youdrugmart.com/pharmacy-services/

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 on: Today at 04:54:46 AM 
Started by rxrebel - Last post by james1947
Quote
I would drive mine less frequently and for a shorter commute
Not me 8)

James

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 on: Today at 04:45:34 AM 
Started by Chitownguy - Last post by james1947
Why Verapamil and not Xiaflex?
Proposing you to read about Verapamil injections results on the forum

James

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 on: Today at 04:42:46 AM 
Started by DizzyDenim - Last post by james1947
Thanks for the information DizzyDenim :)

Wish all the UK guys will read your post. NHS is a good health care.
That the reason you have so many people want to get to the UK :)

James

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 on: Yesterday at 11:21:29 PM 
Started by Farikgier - Last post by Farikgier
I have seen one and he said it wont become worse if i was careful(yet it seems to,even in very minor injuries). And he said that traction devices were dangerious so I shouldn't use them in case it becomes worse... I agree on doctor with that because I always have hard flaccid and my tunica seems very fragile and even with traction it could provoke more scarring to happen. Xiaflex hasn't come to my country yet, if i have to i need to have that procedure abroad and it is going to cost a hell of a lot.

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 on: Yesterday at 09:38:57 PM 
Started by Farikgier - Last post by QuackAttack
Farikgier,

Have you seen an andrologist or urologist that specializes in peyronies? If so, get Xiaflex. I have gone through 6 cycles and have gone from 50 degrees to about 20 degrees. I am also using the Penimaster Pro traction device and VED, but not as much VED.

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