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 on: Today at 06:24:02 AM 
Started by james1947 - Last post by WhatNext81
Losecurve, are you doing any modeling, traction or ved?

Possibly add the diagnostics pre-treatment? Bloodwork, ultrasound etc? When the dr said to begin modeling and how it was described to do it?

Modeling and stretching plays a huge role in xiaflex and the effectiveness, assuming the injections are done properly. There was a person that went through 8 cycles and had no improvements. He went to a different specialist and went through it all over again and came out with good results.

I firmly believe that traction is a proper approach in conjunction with xiaflex treatments.

 on: Today at 06:11:04 AM 
Started by Aa - Last post by Aa
Hello guys..
so let me get this "straight" :3
Let's say I am undergoing a stage surgery with Dr Kuehhas..
I have a left curvature. So correct me if I'm wrong:
If I straighten my penis while erection using my hands.
is this the max size you'll get after surgery and traction for enough time?

 on: Today at 06:03:04 AM 
Started by popopo - Last post by WhatNext81
I had severe hourglassing near the base that is getting better with xiaflex. I am also using traction daily.  The uro has done micro injections in the hourglassing area. Talk to your specialist and ask what their expierence is. 

 on: Today at 05:36:34 AM 
Started by JamesM - Last post by crookedjohn
My surgeon does grafting.  L. Dean Knoll, Urology Associates, Nashville,  TN. I  had incision and grafting surgery on Nov. 6th, 2017.  I am sharing my experience in this forum. So far my experience with Dr. Knoll is very positive  but I suggest you take into account that I am in the early stages of healing. It will be several more months before I am able to make a final recommendation.

 on: Today at 05:15:30 AM 
Started by otto - Last post by crookedjohn
The first couple of urologists I went to see were no help. My advice is find an expert in the treatment of Peyronie's. My insurance  Premera BCBS  denied my application for Xiaflex. The cost of the surgery that I just had was about the same as the cost of the Xiaflex. 

 on: Today at 05:01:43 AM 
Started by morphine - Last post by crookedjohn
If you have Peyronie's plaque has formed. The inflexible plaque causes the curve. The specialist would have checked for plaque. His comments indicate that perhaps  he didn't feel any when examined you.  You should ask. I  was injured on the 2nd of April and had developed a 90 degree dorsal curve by the July, maybe sooner.

 on: Today at 03:27:29 AM 
Started by morphine - Last post by morphine
So in October I ordered a chastity belt off amazon. It seemed like a weird thing to try. I was just finally curious enough. Put it on and off for ~3 days and enjoyed the weirdness, and sometimes pain of it. Lo and behold I wake up one night to my member in excruciating pain. Unlock and trying to slide that tight tube off. It hurts, but I mean I gotta get it off. I do. Ouch. Hurts. But it'll be alright, just can't do this again. No signs of bruising, and it doesn't hurt otherwise I would have IMMEDIATELY sought out medical treatment. I notice problems within a week, not clearing up like I hoped. Made appt with Urologist. He refers me to specialist urologist. Says come back in April, but he thinks I might be ok. He says the best news is that he doesn't have news for me. Now I'm a little irritated after reading that there are actually supplements I can take that might help.

It's now December 18th. I am still scared to death but things seem hopeful. It's almost as if I've had prostate problems peeing since the incident, but they did a scope and didn't see any scar tissue in urethra. Next symptom is my erection has a little bit of curve, but as long as it doesn't get significantly worse, I can definitely live with the slight curve to the left. When I get an erection, the head and base fill up first, the middle fills out last. But I can get a firm erection. Not like it once was, but still quite firm. Whenever I finish, I basically return to normal size, but sometimes it seems like the dorsal side holds some of the erection, it is still swollen from the erection but not hard.

I lost my virginity at the start of this week, she was somewhat inebriated, I wasn't quite as inebriated but still had a few beers. It was my first time, so yknow theres a lot going on there anyway for me to try to comprehend. She inserts it, it's hard, but I almost lose where it is. Erection seems hard, but I really can't tell. Whenever I think it might be getting slightly soft, I pull out as I've heard having sex half soft is actually be one of the main causes. She tells me she wants it back in her, it feels so good, so big, so thick. Which is just so relieving to me, I could have cried. This condition really causes anxiety in a 23 year old guy, as I'm sure many of you can imagine. Some of the angles are painful or make me too nervous so I reposition her, but hopefully next time we can go slower and I can figure it all out. As long as it stays hard enough to have sex, at a good enough angle to have sex, I'll just be so happy. Having a family one day is very important to me and I feel so stupid to have run such a risk of losing any chance at that. I had no idea those devices were as dangerous as they are.

I would like to know how some your Peyronies progressed, so I can adjust my expectations. Mainly how bad the initial injury was, how it was after the first couple months. Also how long it's been and how it's faired since those first few months. Is my scar tissue done forming mostly? Is jerking off or having sex ok? I know some of these don't have definitive answers, but even speculation would make me feel better.

Thank you so much for taking the time to read this. Is this the only real online discussion for this condition? The statistics seem to indicate it's common but not many online resources for it. Anyway, makes me feel great to know someone out there shares my fear and understands it. Thanks again.

 on: Today at 01:42:15 AM 
Started by otto - Last post by vincymol
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 on: Yesterday at 10:34:31 PM 
Started by Seanwin - Last post by Seanwin
Three rounds of two shots 2 days apart. With the standard follow up on modeling. Then 6 weeks between treatments. So about 6 months. I’ll tell you I really think the VED was the biggest thing here. Getting blood flowing is big. I’m not what I was before all of this, but like I said it actually seems better because of the bend. The lady’s like it... a lot.

 on: Yesterday at 08:52:44 PM 
Started by cheeznips - Last post by james1947
I think the time had come to lock this topic.
The owner of the topic got enough opinions.
Proposing to continue the conversation on some other forum.
This forum is for Peyronies disease and not for sexual relations.


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