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 on: Today at 03:25:00 PM 
Started by Crooked_Stick - Last post by Freemason
That condition is rare...Dyslipemia is very very high cholesterol..Arent talking about choslesterol of 300..talking 900.

 on: Today at 03:23:07 PM 
Started by LMP - Last post by Freemason
$300 month is Meh..i spend $200 month on cable and internet.  I’ll give it a shot for 6 months if i can get a RX.  I’ll take the chance of it working some.  If it can improve me by 20-30% i’ll Be thrilled.

 on: Today at 02:56:26 PM 
Started by diehardpatriot - Last post by diehardpatriot
I’ve been diagnosed because of my symptoms . I clearly have Peyronie’s. A new lump is also scar tissue. Can’t be anything else

 on: Today at 02:52:28 PM 
Started by dom62 - Last post by dom62
Thanks paul, my diet has consisted of basically a ketogenic diet, i may have a few little things to cut out to get there im not entirely sure but ive been off grains for a while now.

 i've definitely came across MCT before just never really looked into it. ill give it a try.

-Wanted to add that my urine has been having this sweet smell latley.   

I just ordered a probiotic today, ive used it before and it helped with digestion and all but im not really sure what im looking for to get the best of the best.

And i totally agree with you, you really only need one well balanced meal a day, from what i read by eating within that 6 hour window also increases testosterone  ;D

We all have a lot of energy on reserve but we bog ourselves down by eating all day and putting energy into all the organs of the digestive system. It is important to let them rest, hence the reason people go on water fasts and have been healed of terrible ailments.

 on: Today at 01:31:02 PM 
Started by diehardpatriot - Last post by 18yearoldcurve
Have you ever an ultrasound to confirm plaque? How can you be sure it’s plaque? I think there’s a psychological component making us think we have peyronie’s. I had an ultrasound to to confirm there was no plaque but yet i’m sfill paranoid. But i was examined by Dr. Lue, one of the best. zap i’m confident in his diagnosis.

 on: Today at 01:06:26 PM 
Started by PriapismFML - Last post by blackdiamond
No matter how bad your ED is it can be fixed !!!!!!!!!!!
On my Docs web sight he jokingly says he can even get a dead man an erection..........
Get some help immediately.........I have it too but I'm getting help with it.......Do it TODAY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 on: Today at 12:45:35 PM 
Started by diehardpatriot - Last post by diehardpatriot
So after a dumb mistake hitting my semi erect penis. I have a new hard plaque. Feels like a small ball under the glans on the bottom side of my penis. The injury happened 9 days ago. Plaque came 7 days ago. Its causing my pain while erect.  I’m terrified of a new deformity as I already curve up and to the right . Is rheee anytime a plaque won’t cause more deformity? This plaque is very hard and about 1/2 to 1/3 the size of a pea. Just spoke to Dr Goldstein who said he would be willing to inject the new plaque. He mentioned inteferon (I know it’s an ancient treatment). I would be weary of xiaflex as I think this plaque is too new for something so strong. But Goldstein also does xiaflex, PRP, and verapimil . I’d be willing to inject this new plaque If it means I can prevent more deformity. You guys think this would be safe/effective??

 on: Today at 12:01:47 PM 
Started by thinkpositive - Last post by betterbend
Verapamil inhibits fibroblast activity as well as cellular proliferation, which is the scar is forming; i.e the active phase.  The Levine abstract indicates it can be used on stable patients too, but the article is from 2002, long before Xiaflex was approved.  The Bennet/Guhring/Mulhall abstract is from 2007 again long before Xiaflex.  Data in this article shows that only 22% worsened in the active phase, 60% stayed the same, and 18% improved.  That is vs the general estimate of untreated patients at 50% worsen/40% stay the same/10% improve.   

Verapamil is not FDA approved for Peyronies.  A doc can go off label if he chooses to.  The label for Xiaflex indicates stable disease for a period of six months, plus some other criteria.  If a patient is in active phase and wishes to treat a little more aggressively than just orals and traction, Verapamil is an option.  It could take up 12-18 months to stabilize, so it might take as long as 2 years before Xiaflex can be started. This is an earlier treatment option for some patients.  However, like Xiaflex, I would only do it with a doc who has done it successfully before.  I think there is skill in the injection.

I have not done a whole lot of research into pentox, my initial impression was it was most helpful for pain, which was not an issue for me, so I stayed with what I was doing.  I originally was going with Verapamil because I was early in the disease when I was seen by my doctor, only 3 months in.  However we went for approval for insurance for Xiaflex too.  It took so damn long to get it approved (6 months), I just went with Xiaflex.

 on: Today at 11:45:53 AM 
Started by dom62 - Last post by Paolo
Well my thinking is this;
I am limiting my refined carbohydrate intake and eating more vegetables to compensate for that. I take the C8 MCT oil to stave of an hunger pangs till Lunchtime, so my window for eating is 6 hours from 12 Noon.

I also try to avoid lectins as they are inflammatory, can cause leaky gut ,and I avoid wheat at all costs

I think the more time your body isn't processing food in the stomach the more time it has for repair, can't back that up, I just feel a lot better using calorie restriction (less than 2000)  plus exercise. It was very hard at the beginning but now I have to (sometimes) almost force myself to eat and rarely get hungry.

By the way I can vouch also for probiotics, I now have very good digestion doing this as I get older. For anyone interested in GI issues check out Sodium Butryrate or Butyrate on its own.

What benefits have you experienced with a Keto diet?
Paul (paolo)  :)

 on: Today at 11:21:43 AM 
Started by PriapismFML - Last post by Tsanchez12369
Get support ASAP.  I’d start w a suicide crisis line and then MH treatment for the depression which they can link you to.  Also, there are many solutions to ED which you can find and get support for at Please hang in there and get help!  You can overcome ED even if it takes an implant!

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