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 on: Today at 08:03:16 PM 
Started by BadCheetah - Last post by BadCheetah
Shot #10 this morning.  I think I yawned when the needle went in.  Now, zero bruising and hardly any pain.  Hardly any results either.

I read in the paper about a drug-addict nurse here who was stealing morphine and replacing it with plain water which she would inject into patients.  Could my Uro be a secret Xiaflex addict?

 on: Today at 07:57:16 PM 
Started by Heretoknow - Last post by BadCheetah
I WISH I had your dick!

 on: Today at 07:12:51 PM 
Started by Upward - Last post by Freemason
It’s official as of today. I’m a member of the Bent Boys Club. Do I get a t-shirt or something?

The specialist was very nice, and made the process comfortable as can be. He seemed to genuinely care. If in Arizona and need a doc, let me know.

He commended me for educating myself and taking action (thank you, guys!). He encouraged me to continue the supplements, continue heat therapy and manual traction. I added natural antioxidants such as blueberries to my diet. He suggested I add vitamin E. He gave me prescriptions for Cialis and Pentox. In 3 moths I see him again. I’m to bring monthly pics (flaccid and erect). I had some w me today. He also gave me a protractor to keep record. If I worsen, I am to see him sooner and we will increase treatment. I’ve noticed no change in the past month.

I estimate this started about January this year (2018). At 6 months out, I’m at a little less than 30% curvature toward my left when erect, by today’s measurement. Not noticeable when flaccid. No loss of flaccid length, though some loss when erect and bent. No pain, just slight discomfort regardless if flaccid or erect.

Given current stats and my efforts, he is hopeful I won’t progress more, if I continue being diligent. Once stable, perhaps next year, he thinks injection will help lessen curvature. Fingers crossed I can continue to hold stable for now.

I will update along the way. Much appreciation to you gents for your guidance and info. I’m sure more questions to follow.

Bro if i were you I would look at starting H-100 cream ASAP..I’m on it right now but this is made for those in acute phase really.  If you want something that is going to penetrate your into your dick and be strong anti inflammatory then this is it...just my thoughts.  If this were around when mine started i wouldn’t hesitate to spend the $800 for 3 months if there was a chance it could prevent some curvature.

 on: Today at 07:09:51 PM 
Started by LMP - Last post by Freemason
On day 13 of rash or advers affect so that’s good.  If anythign it is forcing me to do manual stretching twice a day for 4-5 minutes which is prob a good thing.

nothing new to report really just thought i’d Update.

 on: Today at 05:49:05 PM 
Started by Christopher1 - Last post by Christopher1
"I thought they would cause inflammation, no?"

Vasodilation. Histamine and nitric oxide are both paracrine vasodilators.

 on: Today at 05:47:53 PM 
Started by Christopher1 - Last post by Christopher1

 on: Today at 05:47:20 PM 
Started by Christopher1 - Last post by Christopher1
"Well, actually I must confess that I tried... And it did pretty nothing, except a little pain reduction for a few hours, and, according to my uro to whom I talked to later, may have done more harm than good :s"

With a toothbrush? I never recommended a toothbrush. It is kind of like Gainswave, basically.

 on: Today at 05:14:42 PM 
Started by BadCheetah - Last post by Tony52
When I got Xiaflex shot number 8 (the last shot of the 4 in my second series of Xiaflex injections), the needle went into the scare tissue much easier than it had ever gone in before.  The doctor said the scare tissue felt much softer than previous injections.  I can relate to what you described about your recent injection being different.

 on: Today at 04:11:03 PM 
Started by SergeyAnael - Last post by SergeyAnael
They just do not want to do it.
No financial injections in the development, no interest.
It is possible to do this with today's technologies.

I'm tired of thinking about this because of governments and corporations that do not want to do it.

 on: Today at 04:08:37 PM 
Started by SergeyAnael - Last post by AlexSamo
I think implant start 1973
Now is 2018 and still nothing better

That's what I'm talking about, it's almost 50 years have gone, but nothing other hasn't been created.

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