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 on: Today at 11:34:57 AM 
Started by SergeyAnael - Last post by SergeyAnael
I think this is everywhere if we talk about peyronie .
In the US, I do not solve my problems with peyronie as well as any other country.
In the US there is a Xiaflex.
In Russia appeared kollalizin but they still apply only for  the contour of Dupuytren.
Kollalizin is an analogue Xiaflex the principle of operation is the same.
If they approve this for the treatment of peyronie disease I think it will be cheaper than  Xiaflex.
But Xiaflex and kollalizin   are not 100% the way of treatment.
So I do not see the difference.

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 on: Today at 11:33:41 AM 
Started by George999 - Last post by PeetyPeet
Of these three only Stromal Vascular Fraction uses stem cells and could be considered 'stem cell therapy'.

According to Wikipedia, the nominal stem cell is the Mesenchymal stem cell. It can differentiate into several tissue types, but apparently it is quite inefficient. Currently there's no research that demonstrates its effectiveness.

With the exception of the liver smooth muscles tissue of most organs cannot regrow well, if not at all. Alas, I'm not optimistic about this treatment. I also fail to see how the regrowth of tissue would remove an already existing fibrotic plaque.

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 on: Today at 10:31:54 AM 
Started by sonnyjim - Last post by PeetyPeet
I would be very interested to hear the results of your NPT test. Our symptoms and journey through the NHS are almost exactly the same.

The standard practice is for patients to use pde5 inhibitors (viagra / cialis) until that doesn't work, then move onto injections, and when that stops working move onto an implant.

It's hard for me to tell you exactly what the future holds as I don't yet know for myself. I can't guarantee that self medication and use of VED will reduce scar tissue. I will say however, that I have been using VED regularly for over a year now, and I have seen no improvement in my symptoms. At the same time the ED doesn't appear to have become worse either. I strongly recommend you continue using VED.

I've never used traction. I'm unsure how effective it is for ED. Bear in mind that many of the users of this forum do not use it primarily for ED, but rather to stretch out the scar tissue on their tunica albuginea. If indeed you do have scar tissue I suspect it is much deeper, in the corpus cavernosum, than on the TA.


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 on: Today at 09:54:11 AM 
Started by sonnyjim - Last post by sonnyjim
@PeetyPeet will self medicating and using ved or traction actually help. I.e reduce the scarring ?

I don't have any curvature just very severe erectile dysfunction and loss of size because of that. I am never able to get a full erection like before, even with 150mg Viagra I would have to stimulate myself a lot to get erect and then it would go down if I left it.

Would Cialis and VED/traction help me there?

I have been manually stretching since the very beginning and it hasn't seemed to help me much... (one year), flaccid is still the same and looks like there is hardly any blood flow.


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 on: Today at 09:29:55 AM 
Started by sonnyjim - Last post by sonnyjim
I am having the NPT test done in April.

But even if I am diagnosed (when I am, even) what is my best hope? Am implant? More loss of size ?

This crap is hell

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 on: Today at 08:06:53 AM 
Started by George999 - Last post by james1947
I don't know about the first two treatments, but the third one is just PRP.
We have just one forum member, maybe two that got good results.
You can read the PRP related topics

James

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 on: Today at 07:46:53 AM 
Started by DN - Last post by lessor
Whats a shame is that that guy larry is a moderator and act like he acts silencing other people just because he doesnt like what he reads when almost always other people are right or at least it makes quite good sense what they say, he is giving bad advice to new people who come in and silencing good advice and that shouldnt be so

Hrvat21 with the informaciĆ³n what i have and for more one year i ve read a lot about implants, with implant it isnt possible to restore your prepeyronie lenght your girth could be possible due to implant breaks the plaques, I mean in case you have hourglassing or so i think it is restaured for the implant i am almost sure about that (  nor lgx nor cx or titan will give you your original lenght, lgx grows in lenght well it means that if you have a penis about 6 inches with the titan or cx your implant would be 6 inches, maybe a little less when deflated but very little, maybe a centimeter or so, instead with the LGX if you have a 6 inches penis your inflated implant would be 6 inches no more but deflated it would be like 3 or 4 cm less or so)
I only know about a process in which doctors use grafting with implant and it could give your prepeyronies lenght, but it could be dangerous and have more risks than normal implant i read

If you are considering an implant go with a good and experiencing implant surgeon, dont risk

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 on: Today at 06:41:04 AM 
Started by Dared - Last post by Hrvat21
I think both would be best if you have peyronie's and ED

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 on: Today at 04:25:01 AM 
Started by Reascot - Last post by Paolo
lukewill, that's the thing with Xiaflex, it's a treatment, not a cure, for those guys with a 'severe' curve it seems it is the only hope currently till further research/ developments arise.

As I have said previously;

The variety of treatment options for Peyronie's disease is testament to the serious need that remains for an effective treatment

The fact that (probably) no two cases of Peyronie's is 'identical' in nature only F'^+s the delay in getting to the end game, so to speak!

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 on: Today at 03:56:32 AM 
Started by swiss - Last post by PeetyPeet
I like the strength of the suction, it's durability compared to cheaper VEDs, and that I don't need to shave down there.

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