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 on: Today at 06:22:36 PM 
Started by cheeznips - Last post by cheeznips
i'm experiencing numbness of the cs, erectile dysfunction, hard flaccid. how long does this take to heal? its been about a year and a 12 days for me. i had this one feeling a couple of days ago where i could actually feel an artery down there either pushing blood into the penis or out of the penis, im not too sure but it definitely felt like an artery. i couldn't sleep with it so i messed with the penis and now i'm having more erectile dysfunction and artery feeling is gone. has anyone healed from a corpus spongiosum  fracture and regained sensation? this was a second injury that i had a most likely in the same spot as my first injury.

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 on: Today at 05:15:26 PM 
Started by Ronnin - Last post by Ronnin
thank you Neo, just to know i watch your videos, that make sense. but can you se my post on Introduce Yourself
I realy wanna hear your opinion on that :)

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 on: Today at 04:50:35 PM 
Started by livinghell - Last post by livinghell
Hi guys. I’m back again. Been struggling with some tough depression but erection wise I feel that I’m much better off than before I found this site. Anyways I found something that I believe has helped me with not only my posture but blood flow in my groin area. https://youtu.be/K-CrEi0ymMg (How to fix anterior pelvic tilt) and https://youtu.be/DWmGArQBtFI (how to fix low back pain). The guys name is Jeff who runs Athlean-X and  he uploaded some great exercises on YouTube. I tried the anterior pelvic tilt one in the lunge position and it’s worked wonders for me. It feels like my posture is a lot better. There is better blood flow in my groin area such as a bigger flaccid. It is my belief such as Jeff has eluded to that there are weak muscles in our body and our body compensates for it and gives us terrible posture. Our body is not meant to be that way and it can also obstruct and decrease blood flow because of tight muscles. Trust me and try the lunge exercise with a comfortable weight and you will notice that your pelvis will line up better with your spine and not have that arch in your lower back as much. Best of luck all!

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 on: Today at 04:26:12 PM 
Started by sonnyjim - Last post by Gabriel
@Sonnyjim, I can't tell if our scar tissue will eventually shrink. I hope so. Anyway, for hard flaccid and turtling, I found something that helps. It's a little tricky at the beginning, but you get used to it and it eventually works (I'm having 75% to 100% less hard flaccid the days I use this protocol): Pain and hard flaccid reduction - Might have found something helpful - Peyronies Society Forums
--> Note that for HF the most effective component of this ointment seems to be the tanacetum annuum.

Right now I'm still working on EO combinations with weekly experiments... found a lot of stuff for flaccid pain/HF reduction, but nothing that helps with pain in erection or plaque reduction yet, grrrrrr

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 on: Today at 04:14:41 PM 
Started by Hrvat21 - Last post by Gabriel
Hello folks,

Hrvat, if it can help: I had my first MRI in november 2017, which showed a "partly calcified septal plaque". Then I had an quick ultrasound in february 2018, which showed "partly calcified tiny plaques in the septal/dorsal area". Then, in june 2018, I had a very long and professional ultrasound by Dr Sussman (supposed to be the best in France), who said that I had a big roof tile-shaped plaque but did not have ANY calcification.

According to her, it's just that the calcification were actually never there, and that the previous analysts were total twats. But according to another urologist I saw, my calcifications might have existed and subsided. It could just be spontaneous, but it also could be linked to my treatment protocol. If it can helps (and I'm not saying it will!), here it is (notice the K12 vitamin, which is precisely supposed to prevent calcium deposits):
- Daily traction & VED
- Healthy diet, healthy lifestyle, exercise, meditation
- Oral pentox, cialis, ALCAR, L-Arginin, coQ10, bilberry, propolis, gotu kola, vit K12, pycnogenol, Glisodin, vit E/C/D, zinc.

All the best!

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 on: Today at 03:54:37 PM 
Started by Thomas2 - Last post by Gabriel
Hi Thomas,

I think I see what you are describing. My shaft often seem reluctant to inflate, while my glans is already full of blood. To my mind, yes you can pump further, in a very progressive way, whitout any fear. As Tsanchez said, just stop and rest if you feel any pain, and you should be OK :-)

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 on: Today at 03:47:12 PM 
Started by whoops! - Last post by Gabriel
Hi Whoops,

Thanks a lot for your input and your participation in our great adventure toward better times :-).

I personnally seem to experience exactly the same symptoms as you: hourglassing/bottlenecking for 1 year, recent upward/left curvature, shrinking and big pain during erections. So, for you the pain has never gone away in 3 years??

Anyway, I would be delighted to read about your own path and, I hope, your progress!!

All the best,


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 on: Today at 03:42:49 PM 
Started by ed2018 - Last post by Gabriel
Hi guys,

Thomas, thanks for your input; even if it's still theoretical, it's always precious. For prostatitis, which I have been suffering for 6 years now (and I'm 31), what works best to my mind is:
- Banish coffee, tea, beer, white wine
- Moderate as much as you can alcohol and white sugars; diminish tobacco/nicotin, and stop ASAP
- Eat only whole healthy cereals stuff (so yes, I had to stop eating normal pasta every day...), the best of which being brown rice and quinoa; eat a lot of vegetables, especially brocolis and cabbage.

--> This only keeps 70% of my symptoms at bay. It took me at least 5 years to understand this, and I'm still testing... So if I can save you that time of unhappiness, I would be glad!

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 on: Today at 03:41:52 PM 
Started by jaxxoon66 - Last post by jaxxoon66
Hello guys,

In last weeks i started to use a vacuum pump and i noticed following thing:

When i have a full erection in the vacuum pump i have a big lump on the base of the shape of my penis. I have also photos of this.
That scared me a lot and ive done a new ultrasonic test and a new mrt-scan.

But nothing has been found. I dont have plaques! But from what ive read i think that this lump is scar tissue and narrowing. It seems like maybe this is the case of my hourglass form and penis shrinkage.

What do you think about this? Can this be recovered?

My urologist told me that its like impossible to treat. specially a hourglass form or a thinning is very difficult. But the strange thing is that even in the mrt scan nothing could been found.

Would really be happy of some of your impressions.

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 on: Today at 03:17:29 PM 
Started by Hrvat21 - Last post by kusher
I'm not sure what kuehhas did to me during surgery but my penis became a dog toy. Even when I get erection, blood just reaches the base, upper part and glans are empty like a torn ball. Everything became progressively worse after kuehhas surgery. Heading to dr miroslav in belgrade next month to see what the hell is going on

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