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 on: Today at 06:00:48 AM 
Started by Inquisitive_Bent - Last post by Inquisitive_Bent
I notice that the three cylinder model web site states 2.25 inches up to 2.5 as the diameter range (it does not give the three individual sizes). Does that mean that the cylinders are only an eighth of an inch different in diameter?

I'm asking as I would like to buy / make cylinders (rather than purchase the three cylinder model) and would like to know what sizes would be best / optimal for me.

I could PM Old Man but think that this is such a critical question that this should be answered on the open forum (based on user experience) and not be via PM's
Thanks

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 on: Today at 05:37:59 AM 
Started by selftreat - Last post by Inquisitive_Bent
James1947
I was not trying to be critical or quote anyone. All I'm trying to do is to understand what VED does.
Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong but I see that there are two mechanisms happening during VED sessions:
   1 Increased blood flow and oxygenation for penis health.

   2 Removing hourglass and bending
   
Old Man has PM'ed me saying that on-going use of VED is for option 1 - maintaining health and length. This I totally understand especially for those with ED.

My interest is in option 2 where VED helps with hourglass and bending. - what is the mechanism for straightening if this is not stretching the scar tissue - presumably by causing micro tears so that it heals in a better shape? Therefore once healed then there should no longer be a requirement for VED. This is why I asked the question about on-going use of VED

Hope that clarifies my questions / concern.

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 on: Today at 05:27:09 AM 
Started by drew67 - Last post by popopo
Sounds great, hope it's available soon, because soon I will have nothing but scar tissue left.

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 on: Today at 03:17:37 AM 
Started by Toronto34 - Last post by ComeBacKid
I took 400mg twice a day, and worked up to 3 times, then back down to twice, and one a day.  I got irritable, had more headaches, and definitely anxiety, but the drug works very well for peyronies, stick with it, the stuff works! 


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 on: Today at 02:39:33 AM 
Started by Toronto34 - Last post by Jonbinspain
Pentox can have many side effects, anxiety being one if them. Unfortunately, some tolerate these better than others. And 2400mg per day is a heavy dose!

The only advice would be never take on an empty stomach. Don't take too late in the evening. And persevere if you can. Personally I found symptoms lessened as the body became accustomed to the drug.

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 on: Today at 12:18:57 AM 
Started by BULLET - Last post by skunkworks
I'd bet the plan is to make a few posts, then later on come back and edit spam links into those posts.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:49:47 PM 
Started by james1947 - Last post by james1947
Yes, the board bellow was made for this purpose:
Board name: Photos of Xiaflex therapy - Warning, Explicit photos
http://www.peyroniesforum.net/index.php/board,53.0.html

James

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 on: Yesterday at 11:30:01 PM 
Started by Nico1987ds - Last post by james1947
Nico

Regarding the pain, for many Pentox was the relieve.
Can I ask you the name of your doctor? If you don't want to post his name on the forum, can you send me a PM?
I made a very successful prostate surgery in Brussels 2&1/2 year ago
For Sta meditation helped, for me VED, Pentox and low dose Cialis, for other many kind of treatments so I am proposing you to spend some time on the forum to learn more about Peyronies treatments

James

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 on: Yesterday at 10:35:58 PM 
Started by Farikgier - Last post by QuackAttack
Xiaflex isn't a waste of time at 30 degrees. Think about it. People with far more severe curves are reduced and sometime's to single digits. My URO had a guy go from about 60 degrees to 0 degrees. What that means is, at some point, that guy was less than 30 degrees and kept up with additional cycles. The 30 degree baseline is an insurance thing. Insurance companies don't want to shell out anything because this drug is insanely expensive. The insurance companies will say at 30 degrees you are perfectly functional, so no insurance coverage for you! Get the treatment, just know that there are some potential complications that are serious like fracture. So, make sure you don't have sex for at least two weeks and be careful when you are modeling. I will be starting my 5th cycle sometime in June and I've seen a 15-20 degree reduction.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:28:28 PM 
Started by drew67 - Last post by drew67
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