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 on: Today at 06:38:13 PM 
Started by bigandrich1981 - Last post by bigandrich1981
I spoke with my Doctor today. He told me to RELAX....  LOL   He said I needed to give my body time to heal and to gently pull on it while in the shower like I had to do while attempting the restructuring after the shots but not to put it into any long time devices.

On another note to those without insurance and curious of the actual cost. I starting receiving explanation of benefits yesterday.  So far I am up to 31k. And thankfully all but $44 has been paid. Having great insurance is almost as great a felling as having sex.

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 on: Today at 05:31:25 PM 
Started by George999 - Last post by Tony52
JS1991 -  Thanks so much for taking the time to keep this forum updated on your progress. Personally, I'm very interested in your stem cell journey.  Congratulations on the early improvement that you have already noticed, and I wish you a full recovery in the days/months ahead.  Your determination and commitment to alleviating your condition coupled with your willingness to share your journey is admirable, and I believe you will reap the benefits of your effort while helping numerous others at the same time.  Best Of Luck, and thanks again.

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 on: Today at 05:17:48 PM 
Started by Robert1966 - Last post by Ricardo70
Hello,

Before implanting, it is necessary to eliminate the fibrosis.
It can be by means of scalpel, by means of the cavernotomo or doing a graft that replaces the fibrosis area.
If you set between yourself, almost nobody does the graft. They eliminate the fibrosis and implant.
The cavernotomo is a toothed instrument that drags the fibrosis, let's say that it "files" the fibrosis up to making her disappear. Later the implant does the rest.

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 on: Today at 04:41:06 PM 
Started by whoops! - Last post by whoops!
Gabriel - the pain has improved significantly but I still feel a tightness in my penis around the plaque during erection.

My bruising is relatively minimal and I have some swelling in my pubic area. I had two nocturnal erections last night that were extremely painful, but otherwise I feel OK. I did some brief modeling per the recommendation of members of these forums. I cannot say whether the plaque feels softer or not, but I am thankful to be intervening in this frustrating disease.

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 on: Today at 04:27:54 PM 
Started by Paolo - Last post by PeetyPeet
Regular use of Aspirin has recently been associated with an increased likelihood of skin cancer in men.

Just mentioning it so people can make an informed decision to use it.

I experimented with aspirin several years ago, it didn’t do much for me. As the article suggests, perhaps it only really works for people with high mpv.

The best ‘blood thinner’ I have ever taken for ed was pentox, the effects of which were significant. Shame you can’t get it anymore.

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 on: Today at 04:06:45 PM 
Started by philtered - Last post by philtered
 What are the benefits of k2 vitamin for peyronies?

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 on: Today at 02:20:39 PM 
Started by HelpABrotherHeal - Last post by HelpABrotherHeal
Yeah I really only jelqed for like 2 weeks, once a day.

And here we are 8 years later.


But now I’m realizing that I share a lot of symptoms with hard flaccid.


It might be that. I started doin some stretches that help release the pelvic floor yesterday  and I’ve been aching less and hanging lower while flaccid.

I’m going to continue with the stretches everyday and report back fasho.


I should add that doing kegels feels completely different right now since I did those stretches. I know kegels aren’t good for hard flaccid but I just have a habit of doing them often and now I realize that I could never “hold” the kegels exercise because of how tight the pelvic floor was already.

It’s actually really weird how different it feels. I did some of the stretches I found on this page

6 Essential Stretches to Ease Pelvic Floor Tension — Dr. Susie Gronski

I spent a lot of time in happy baby pose too, which feels really weird but afterwards I feel so much better


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 on: Today at 01:37:33 PM 
Started by philtered - Last post by Gabriel
Yes, I think calcium is totally OK to use. Besides, I personnally take 2x400 mg of pentox + 1 tablet of K2 vitamin everyday (+ gotu kola) and have absolutely NO bleeding problem :-)... so don't worry too much !

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 on: Today at 12:05:00 PM 
Started by Quark - Last post by Nfa
I am 56 and had a similar experience after having a ureteroscopy and catheter about a year ago to remove a kidney stone that was stuck at the UVJ. Prior to the procedure my penis had a slight curve to the left and a slight downward curve. After the procedure it appeared straighter but with a more pronounced downward curve and it appears I may have also lost some slight length and girth. My urologist has also diagnosed Peyronies but says the disease has not yet “declared itself” (I.e. no plaque has formed). If and when it does, he has discussed the use of XIAFLEX. I have no pain and have been able to have intercourse with my longtime partner. I too suspect it was the ureteroscopy that caused this, of course the original surgeon who performed the procedure dismissed this as the reason. Only after several conversations with my new urologist (who is also a surgeon that I trust), did he say “we don’t know if our instruments cause any damage”. The downward curve does appear to be lessening so I guess I will continue with the “wait and see” approach for now.

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 on: Today at 11:31:44 AM 
Started by Monty - Last post by Monty
email from iMED

Dear customer,

Thank you your recent query.
I understand the pump head is faulty, but according to our company policy we will need the faulty item back. the pump cost around  £59 but we will send it out to you free of charge.
In regards to the postage, after six months customers have to pay for postage of the item. So we will have to get the postal order or cheque for £4.50
I do apologise for the inconvenience caused
Kind regards,
Kavita Patel
Customer Service Manager

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