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 on: Today at 02:08:38 AM 
Started by Unsnarl - Last post by Jonbinspain
From the pain you’re experiencing it sounds as though you’re still in the active phase. As has been suggested, low dose Cialis ( Tadalafil) and possibly Pentox if you’re insides will tolerate it.

I would also suggest that you get into traction and/or VED. They will help mitigate any further curvature.

 But the active phase is the time to act!..

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 on: Today at 12:48:09 AM 
Started by JayGould - Last post by DN
Have you had an ultrasound to look for plaque and another to check for blood flow, ie veanous leak? IMHO if you have a degree of veanous leak and progressive curvature and shrinkage then you are not crazy in considering an implant. I am still surprised after learning about this condition and all the men that struggle with it for years that many don’t even consider an implant. It’s a fairly tried and true procedure and phsychologically you live your life adapting to the implant, not suffering from Peyronie’s. Of course no doctor really wants to admit that your dick is f'^+'ed up. Many play it conservatively and want you to live with it. I would suggest determining if you have veanous leak, what degree of curve you have, how much length loss, and explore FT more (I’ve seen you there, I’m geophd). If you can’t feel good about yourself and have a loving sexual relationship, then eventually you have to make a move to try to improve your situation. The implant is the nuclear option, but we won WWII with it. People said and still say we shouldn’t have done it. But the whole world moved passed a dark world war because of it. It’s a goofy analogy but sometimes life and happiness requires bold action, never thought that pertained to penis surgery but it just might.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:45:42 PM 
Started by charlie74 - Last post by JohnW
Charlie74 -- For my body size, weight, and test results -- I take 100mg two times a day. The test is a carotid artery scan. It's basically a Doppler of the large artery on each side of the neck.

I've never felt any kind of action/reaction from taking them.


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 on: Yesterday at 11:18:57 PM 
Started by AndyMac - Last post by DN
This is a great thread and will surely help many men suffering from severe curvature. Please post the final resulting erection along side the before surgery picture when you can. Also, please comment on whether you can achieve strong erections without pills or with pills.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:16:14 PM 
Started by Hrvat21 - Last post by pey ron
after 5 minutes of interrupting the blood flow

not clear to me: what is it that you guys are talking about that interrupts blood flow?

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 on: Yesterday at 11:09:47 PM 
Started by oldones - Last post by DN
Website looks like a salesman became a doctor. Up selling old Peyronie’s treatment (verapamil) with flashy new carbon dioxide therapy. In this way they offer a common medical procedure for the condition (maybe covered by insurance) with a benign procedure (out of pocket) and it seems like you’re getting state-of-the-art treatment. I apologize for being cynical, but the only thing worse than a cynic is a salesman.... you risk nothing but money. You may experience placebo or true improvement and praise the clinic, but the improvement will be due to old Peyronie’s treatments. Or you won’t see any improvement and lose money. The medical doctor retains his credibility by rooting the treatments in typical procedures like verapamil. The real only treatment options are clear and outlined over and over again in journals. Orals-VED-traction-injections-surgery (straightening or implant). Where will you stop on the Peyronie’s train?

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 on: Yesterday at 10:52:41 PM 
Started by Monty - Last post by DN
Pursue xiaflex injections, combined with hand modeling or traction device, continue VED. If these do not improve it in 6 month pursue surgery.

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 on: Yesterday at 08:56:12 PM 
Started by Unsnarl - Last post by Tsanchez12369
Hello, w a systemic issue such as IBS- you may want to start w local treatments to soften the plaque such as heat (try hothands) and diclofenac gel.  You can add supplements one at a time to see if you can tolerate them such as low dose cialis, pentox, etc.  then add in physical therapy w traction and or VED. 

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 on: Yesterday at 07:12:58 PM 
Started by Hrvat21 - Last post by Hrvat21
Do you know sava perovic and Djinovic from Serbia? If you whats your opinion about them?
Sava perovic died i think in 2011, and djinovic is his student but i can't find anyone having an actual expirience with his on these forums about injured penises, and his web site is very outdated and kinda crap and a bit stupid ("Just like there was only one Michelangelo and one Albert Einstein, and there is only one Michael Phelps and only one Michael Jordan, there was only one Sava Perovic and there is only one Rados Djinovic.")

Still, he seems to be great at FTM modifications and seems like a respected surgeon, and i think he works with kuehhas sometimes, but i'll play it safe for now untill i find out more at least, but who knows, maybe he's great

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 on: Yesterday at 06:58:44 PM 
Started by oldones - Last post by oldones
 Had my first therapy today. Endostim is Verapamil injection followed by carbon dioxide therapy to help circulation. In two days I'm going in for  ESWT therapy.  I hope this works, currently I'm feeling completely impotent and only able to get erections after great effort, and I'm afraid masturbation is helping cause more of a problem when I need to get one.

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