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 on: Today at 08:36:36 AM 
Started by Monty - Last post by Monty
Just had first session (15 minutes) with new pump, its so nice.

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 on: Today at 08:23:54 AM 
Started by hardlyart - Last post by Tsanchez12369
I wonder if the discomfort is due to the circumcision resulting in exposed glansvwhich had been protected all these years...hence shorts feeling like sandpaper?  Hope circumcision was something you had really wanted and wasn’t just pushed on you.

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 on: Today at 08:08:29 AM 
Started by Dan D - Last post by Hawk
Without having the consultation you have had and living with your exact problem I am not ready to boldly recommend a course of action.  I am not even sure if you are married. I would strongly consider a 3 piece implant, however.   Even a 3 piece does not totally destroy the cavernosa.  it pushes it aside, at least when done by Dr. Eid and some others.  You would still likely feel some spontaneous fullness and your spongiosium would fill out and your glans would be full.  It is true that you would likely get that with a semi-rigid but the semi-rigid is always putting tension on the glans and they are known to cause erosion over time.  At your age, the term "overtime" has significant meaning.  A 3 piece would be more accommodating for your activities.  I am not sure what you dislike about pumping but it allows you to adjust the rigidity and fullness.  It might even straighten your penis without further surgery and trauma as is often the case.  If you think of it as being less spontaneous, remember, if you are on a date or even sleeping and want to be prepared, you can give a few pumps so it is semi-ready.  A few more pumps would likely do the job and with practice and dexterity could be done discretely under the covers or in a very brief entry to a bathroom, or even while your partner is distracted disrobing.  You would have a small pump in your scrotum that would be detectable if that area was fondled.

Summary as I see it:
PROS:
1. Totally deflated during other activities
2. Will not erode into the glans
3. Preserves spongiosium erection
4. adjustable firmness
5 .may straighten your Peyronies Disease out without any other surgery ? ? ?

CONS:
1. small pump in the scrotum

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 on: Today at 06:48:57 AM 
Started by Monty - Last post by Monty
Good news, new pump head arrived today, so that was about 8 days from failing to replacement, very good.

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 on: Today at 02:32:44 AM 
Started by hardlyart - Last post by hardlyart
Morning everyone,

Thought I'd share my experience here as I've been lurking long enough!

I started suffering from a bend in my penis around 2 1/2 years ago.  Much before that I had issues with a tight foreskin.  To be honest, I'd probably had issues on and off for many years.  It came to a point where I really took notice when I could no l anger even force it back even in a hot bath.

I eventually had surgery here in the UK almost 2 weeks ago now.  I must have had a cancellation because I had a letter through only about a week before the surgery. Luckily this didn't give me too much time to stress, despite knowing for a while that I was to have it done.  I didn't really think about it much.  I knew of course what the procedure was but other than speaking to the surgeon, I didn't do any further research on the topic.  I wish now that I had but hindsight is a wonderful thing!

The surgeon explained he would perform a circumcision first then test the penis to see how the bend was.  If it was still there he would perform the nesbit procedure.  It was still present, so he did the nesbit.

I planned to take the rest of the week off which, now looking back, was naive to say the least!  I'm still in pain periodically.  I'm still bleeding at night a little.  There is still a lot of swelling.  I had no idea how uncomfortable it would be for me pubic hair to grow back.  I feel like my shorts are made out of sandpaper.  Can anyone relate!?

Is this typical?  My partner is supportive and helpful but I feel frustrated in the slow recovery.  (I saw another member here mention he was Type 1 Diabetic.  So am I and perhaps thats affecting my recovery a little bit)



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 on: Today at 12:26:48 AM 
Started by Onemorestep - Last post by Onemorestep
Still going strong! Honestly, I’ve completely forgotten about peyronies. I have zero pain even after things like masterbation :) not even a little sore. My penis feels 100 percent like it did pre peyronies!

Once I’m free of it for a few months, I’ll know I’m in the clear. For now, I’m just excited that I may be closing the door on this awful awful chapter of my life.

I’d love to see more people on here who have mthfr mutations speak up. There has to be quite a few—it effects a large portion of the population (30+%). Granted my case might be a fluke, as my peyronies started with a medication that screws with methylation, but who knows!

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 on: Yesterday at 09:35:22 PM 
Started by Dan D - Last post by pfract
Man... Don't get the 2 piece. It's the worst thing you can do.

Eu falo português e posso-te ajudar. Não faças isso.

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 on: Yesterday at 08:39:36 PM 
Started by Stutper - Last post by Tsanchez12369
Hopefully you can find a knowledgeable urologist w which you can both be proactive in your treatment rather than the not helpful wait and see approach.

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 on: Yesterday at 06:33:46 PM 
Started by Hawk - Last post by bigandrich1981
Hawk it sounds like you had a great experience.  Now maybe I am wishing that I looked around at other Doctors but I chose the best I could find within a couple hundred miles. I hope everything works out as you desire.

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 on: Yesterday at 04:48:59 PM 
Started by whoops! - Last post by whoops!
I had the 2nd set of injections for my 1st round of Xiaflex today. My urologist noted that my bruising was extensive but is within the realm of normal. She said that none of her patients have ever had a corporal rupture but she has met urologists at conferences who have seen it.

The pain is fine. I did some very gentle remodeling per the recommendation of people on this message board. On Monday I go in for my modeling session.

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