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 on: Today at 09:27:19 PM 
Started by P-Treatment - Last post by Alibaba
Sounds great that she is throwing everything at it except a plumber and an auto body mechanic, but how is it possible in a study so involved to tell what component of it has the most effect or none at all?  Multifaceted approach may give the best chances for those not in the control group but learning what and how what might work probably has little educational value other than throw all you have at it. It is good that the study incorporates some of the newer treatment options and also looks at 02 levels. For those who do not know, the mitochondria stores and supplies energy for your cells. That is one reason I tire so fast. My mitochondria cannot re-energize itself as fast as my depletion rate when I am working. Since scar tissue and poor circulation is often part of peronies, this would be very interesting information. Cheers.

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 on: Today at 08:59:54 PM 
Started by Floppy - Last post by Alibaba
Best of luck to you. Will we no-longer be able to call you floppy? Cheers.

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 on: Today at 08:47:27 PM 
Started by Asian Eagle - Last post by Cacogen
Here's an ingredients list from an Amazon listing for Banyan Botanicals - Kanchanar Guggulu:

Guggulu resin (Commiphora mukul)+, Kanchanara herb (Bauhinia variegata)+, Amalaki fruit (Emblica officinalis)+, Bibhitaki fruit (Terminalia belerica)+, Haritaki fruit (Terminalia chebula)+, Silicon dioxide, Pippali fruit (Piper longum)+, Ginger root (Zingiber officinale)+, Black Pepper fruit (Piper nigrum)+, Varuna bark (Crateva nurvala)+, Cardamom seed (Elettaria cardamomum)+, Cinnamon bark (Cinnamomum verum)+, Bay leaf (Cinnamomum tamala)+. +Certified Organic

I suppose it's safe to say that the whole concoction contains a bunch of flavonoids and other polyphenols. The "guggulu" component is a resin from the plant Commiphora wightii -- the major flavonoid component of which is quercitin.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4637499/

The "kanchanara" herb contains kaemferol.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/5468873_Antiinflammatory_activities_of_flavonoids_and_a_triterpene_caffeate_isolated_from_Bauhinia_variegata

There could be a significant amount of piperlongumine.

So definitely should have anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant effects, at least.


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 on: Today at 08:35:43 PM 
Started by Floppy - Last post by Floppy
Tomorrow morning I'll be making a 5 hour drive from Southeastern Ma. to New York for a 4 o'clock appointment with Dr. Eid. this will be my first face to face meeting with him although i have only spoken to him once I feel very comfortable in my decision to have him do my surgery. After spending 4 months on Frank Talk following the journey of many before me. Im totally comfortable in the reputation of this Dr. When it comes to getting an implant the last thing you want is to be an experiment for some inexperienced Dr.
At 4 o'clock I'll have my first meeting get measured stretched injected and told what I should expect after the surgery.
Wednesday I'll have the rest of the tests and Thursday will be my last day before I become bionic. Friday at 5;30 ill have surgery.
To be continued

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 on: Today at 08:30:05 PM 
Started by Robert1966 - Last post by pfract
That's encouraging to know hawk... Thanks for sharing that detail.

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 on: Today at 08:28:58 PM 
Started by Hawk - Last post by pfract
I do remember a lot of people sharing Kramer's email addy on Franktalk... But you clearly see a difference in both practices approach.

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 on: Today at 07:53:57 PM 
Started by JS1991 - Last post by One Op
With manual traction do you guys think 30 mins a day x6 a week is good enough. With one day no traction.
And dont understand how some people recommend (including drs) to use a traction device for 6 to 8 hrs a day when other mention 20 to 30 mins manual traction.

Also intemrs of intensity of pulling / stretching would you say just stretching you penis as far is it would go comfortably is a good range or should we look to stretch beyond that limit but not so much ovbs that you start felling an ache or pain.

Any thoughts on this would be much appreciated.
Cheers

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 on: Today at 07:11:59 PM 
Started by Username - Last post by LWillisjr
I completely agree. When warm the Tunica relaxes, and when cold the opposite happens. The Tunica tightens up. Remember the old Sienfeld episode……..   "It shrinks?"

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 on: Today at 06:15:23 PM 
Started by Asian Eagle - Last post by JS1991
I ordered that exact thing from Amazon. I started taking it yesterday, I'll keep everyone updated.

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 on: Today at 05:55:26 PM 
Started by Traf - Last post by suicidecomingsoon
How exactly is your glans situation? It deflates when you start losing the erection or how is it?

Have you tried injections?

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