Peyronies Society Forums

Please login or register.

Login with username, password and session length
Advanced search  

News:

Read about how to Register in Total Privacy requiring no personal information.
Register with TOTAL Privacy - Peyronies Society Forums

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10
 1 
 on: Today at 11:55:01 AM 
Started by ThisSucks2017 - Last post by Jonbinspain
The lack of palpable plaque does not signify that you don't  have Peyronie's. It's entirely possible that you do.

If you're worried, low dose Cialis will be helpful. VED should ensure a healthy supply of fresh blood to the penis. Use carefully! 

Traction if any curvature develops.

 2 
 on: Today at 11:19:29 AM 
Started by ThisSucks2017 - Last post by ThisSucks2017
I just had my first urologist visit. I’m 37. I had some pain during sex starting in August but not much. No pain any other time. I noticed about 2 weeks ago the area on the right side of my penis just below the head was kind of flat (and not symmetrical with the left side like it has always been). There isn’t much of a bend. I started taking all the vitamins recommended on here but I know they probably don’t do much if anything. 

I went to a urologist in Nashville today. They have a couple Peyronies experts on staff and their website talks of the disease. The doctor asked about my history and felt around on my junk. He said he couldn’t feel any plaque and that at this point he wouldn’t recommend doing anything. He described the two chambers in the penis that must fill with blood and said it could be something besides Peyronies and to wait and see since the side effects for treatment are probably worse than my current condition (very little pain during sex that can probably be managed).

I’ve scoured the forum and know this is a story everyone tells. If the indentation is so slight that it doesn’t inhibit sex, is this good advice? I didn’t ask about Pentox/ED drug combo as he didn’t seem to think this should be treated now. I’m considering just buying those internationally if I can find them. Also curious about VED/traction but I’m concerned about not doing anything but also concerned about overtreating this and making it worse. Not much of a grower to begin with but my wife is happy with me - the possible surgical loss in the future is concerning to say the least.

I thought I should post since I’ve been lurking. Any thoughts are appreciated.

 3 
 on: Today at 10:56:51 AM 
Started by jdg882000 - Last post by jdg882000
Its pretty much healed up now.  Not totally but more or less.  Erections are strong when they happen during the night.  Swelling has come down (its puffy after the operation but returns to normal after a few weeks).   Now that its settled down and works properly, I have to say Im happy with the results.  Any improvement from stretching that I get over the next 6 months is icing on the cake but even if it stays as it is today I am happy with the result.  The infection I got wasnt like internal it was just surface level because some skin around where I was circ'd came off and there was basically an exposed cut area, it got infected and then the antibiotics cleared it right up.  Once that happened it finished healing quickly (I guess it heals from the inside out).  Erection quality (which will apparently improve even more than now over time) is already better than before the operation.  Also the length doesnt seem to have lost anything due to the operation (I mean now that Ive seen what it looks like fully erect).  I had my follow up appointment and was able to review what was done, which was interesting.  I guess he took a blade and cut a line in the side of the shaft, then put the blade through the opening to the inside and sliced up the plaque from the inside, then closed the initial hole on the outside the opposite way (cut vertical and closed horizontal).  But I think the slicing up of the plaque increased the length as much as the pinching and closing vertical to horizontal plication reduced it.  So the net reduction was nothing or at least not something I can measure.  In terms of the result, it's kind of cool what he did - it's basically been reconfigured in a couple places - on the one hand its still got the plaque in there, no getting around that, but on the other the plaque is like moved, reduced or sliced up and adjusted in such a way that it doesn't get in the way anymore or prevent things from forming properly during erection.  So given my objective was to move the needle from a situation I cant happily live with to one I can live with, I can go ahead and say the operation is a winner - I recommend it.  As it stands, mentally I feel released from the weight of this and my focus has shifted off it back onto the other things in my life, which I think is probably an important data point to relate also.  Ill let you know how the stretching goes and good luck to you all.

 4 
 on: Today at 09:43:57 AM 
Started by Varkala - Last post by Varkala
Viagra in the past enough to know that it works well for me, though I haven't tried yet since the injury.

 5 
 on: Today at 07:53:07 AM 
Started by swiss - Last post by james1947
Girl on top broke my penis :(
But I still love it 8)

James

 6 
 on: Today at 03:32:57 AM 
Started by Varkala - Last post by lessor
I think he means ED wont improve by itself. Have you tried pills?

 7 
 on: Today at 03:16:31 AM 
Started by Varkala - Last post by Varkala
Thanks for the follow up response pfract. If you don't mind me clarifying some things -

By "bare minimum 6 weeks rest", is this in response to the idea of starting treatment with traction and such immediately? Related to that I see you don't list traction as an option for treatment. Is this because of something related to our situation of having had fractures?

When you say "ED is permanent", could you clarify exactly what you mean? I've gotten used to tough realities with all this but that sounds tougher than usual (though I appreciate it, no rose colored glasses over here.). Is that ED as relates to fractures/Peyronies? Is whatever it is that is causing the ED, ie. the scar, vein damage, tunica damage, should not be expected to heal in a way which restores function in this scenario?

Has anything worked for you? Is there a post on this site you could point me too that details your treatments and how they went?

Thanks

 8 
 on: Today at 03:08:03 AM 
Started by Tsanchez12369 - Last post by Paolo
Not forgetting that some people are bisexual  :)

 9 
 on: Today at 03:04:09 AM 
Started by daybyday - Last post by Paolo
Yes, of course you can vent!
For me the number one priority was pain reduction, that should be your first goal, constant pain is debilitating in more ways than one and just makes your day long and hard.

 

 10 
 on: Today at 01:28:50 AM 
Started by swiss - Last post by swiss
Same. It wasn't that flexible. Girl on top was hard

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10