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Title: Just wish we could all heal from this disease
Post by: rjl88 on April 16, 2017, 06:31:59 PM
F$#% this cockblocking disease.
Title: Re: Just wish we could all heal from this disease
Post by: lessor on April 17, 2017, 06:58:24 AM
I sometimes wish die quickly and painless and that there is nothing in the other side so that my mind can rest, only sometimes
Title: Re: Just wish we could all heal from this disease
Post by: james1947 on April 17, 2017, 08:49:38 AM
Hi Guys

You are still young and I am sure it will be a solution for you :)
As for me, closing on 70, my chances are much much lower  :)
(In most far east languages to strenghten somthing you are repeating it: slowly slowly, fast fast, less less, much much....)
But I am not complaining, things are going on also with the Peyronies 8) Not like before, but I do my best to enjoy what I can ;D

James
Title: Re: Just wish we could all heal from this disease
Post by: MeMo on April 17, 2017, 09:40:16 AM
Hey Guys;
agree with dear james, I was in the same position 4 years ago, I felt depressed in the same way and frankly thought about death.
now I'm here to share my experience with all people suffering the same pain as me. Peyronie's is a terrible situation but it is not the end of the world. I had one of the worse possible cases (2 big plaques find details in my posts) but I survived and cured. I have no problem (sure it is not exactly the same az pre-Peyronie's).
The first step stop thinking about reasons and what happened to you that you are suffering this. find a doctor who knows and has experience about Peyronie's (my first doctor just said me take E vitamin and wait), don't waste time start oral treatment and believe or not it works.
no one knows the exact reason and treatment of Peyronie's all they know it is a complex situation, so do all is good for your body and improve your overall health situation. quite drinking, smoking do some exercises eat healthily. take multivitamins and antioxidants as much as possible, pentox-potaba worked on me.
there is a complicated health situation there, so leave it alone for a while, I stopped having sex (yeah even masturbating) for one year.
never never do self-treatments (you will read tons of topics about vacuum and tension devices here) if your Peyronie's is not stabled and is not mature do not do anything despite oral treatment.

this was my way, as there is no exact treatment find what work on you.

Bes regards.
Title: Re: Just wish we could all heal from this disease
Post by: Christopher1 on April 17, 2017, 04:26:44 PM
MeMo - are you advising against traction/VED?
Title: Re: Just wish we could all heal from this disease
Post by: james1947 on April 17, 2017, 07:39:22 PM
Christopher
Quote from MeMo:
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2- after all is stable recover the deformity (surgery, mechanical devices and etc).
Didn't sound as he is against VED/Traction, but yes, he was against in the past.

MeMo
It will be nice if you will answer to Christopher question bellow

James

Title: Re: Just wish we could all heal from this disease
Post by: popopo on April 18, 2017, 11:05:13 AM
Yeah I wish we could heal too, takes too long...
Title: Re: Just wish we could all heal from this disease
Post by: MeMo on April 20, 2017, 02:48:00 AM
Christopher
I am not against VED, we have many cases here had positive results with VED. I'm trying to say, in active phase of Peyronie's while your body due to a complex unknown health situation thinks there is bleeding in your penis and starts to creating scar tissue to stop bleeding (the most probable reason of Peyronie's) using VED and other mechanical devices could make it worse.
after active phase and during chronic phase you can use them to recover deformities, but it is double edged and it should be done carefully, any damage to capillaries could be a new Peyronie's case.

Title: Re: Just wish we could all heal from this disease
Post by: Christopher1 on April 20, 2017, 09:30:25 AM
Interesting - thank you.