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 on: Today at 12:55:36 PM 
Started by thinkpositive - Last post by blackdiamond
The Doc should definitely induce a full erection with an injection..........It's just common sense and surprises me how many Euro's out there claim to be Peyronies specialists but
are not...........
The more erect u are the better the test......Don't worry about prolonged erection as my Doc told me to take a Sudafed if there was a problem......it brings it down but I didn't need it.....
Good Luck ........

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 on: Today at 12:38:22 PM 
Started by Mindseye - Last post by tonyode
No device here yet. Been through one round of Xiaflex. Next round in two weeks. I am looking into devices, possibly restorex. But I have been religious about stretching/modeling as much as I can daily. My question is, when i am aggressive with the modeling, which I usually am, do some of you experience a little pain later on or the next day around where the plaque is? If so, is this normal/ a good thing or am I being too aggressive in my stretching? Again, this is after, not during. Thanks for any responses.

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 on: Today at 12:27:42 PM 
Started by jakeM - Last post by jakeM
So, I take a lot of supplements all at the same time. Except for L-citrulline and L-arginine arrives this Thursday from mail.

Morning:
300mg - coq10
1000mg Aclar (however I bumped to take it twice a day now)
2000mg of vitamin D (however now I take 4000mg)
Ultra hair dietary supplement that is high in multivitamins
2000 mg of fish oil that contains omega 3 with 360 mg of EPA and DHA 240mg.

Evening:
1000 mg of aclar
Will be taking 1500mg if l-arginine soon.
L-citrulline 2g before workout 2g after workout so 4000mg

For 4 months I’ve been taking 1g of aclar and 300 mg of coq10 as well as the L-citrulline

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 on: Today at 12:18:21 PM 
Started by Jeorge - Last post by tonyode
Jeorge, I am not sure biding time is the right thing to do. I personally believe addressing the peyronies (if that is what it is) as soon as possible with a good uro who is knowledgeable about peyronies asap is the right thing to do. At the very least, they can give you options as far as meds/supplements. Its also treatable with Xiaflex as long as it doesn't calcify. Once it calcifies, about the only option at that point, is surgery...if severe enough. I would encourage you, at the very least, to find a good uro for a consultation.

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 on: Today at 12:10:07 PM 
Started by thinkpositive - Last post by tonyode
Thinkpostive...I find this very odd that a doctor requested that you get yourself erect. My doctor gave me an injection. He also did this prior to giving me the ultrasound. Its a simple little shot just under the skin. Then another shot to reduce/take away the erection when he was finished the the examination and ultra sound. I would have thought he would have done this prior to the ultra sound. I would think they could get a better overall view with the ultrasound when the penis is erect. Just my two cents.

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 on: Today at 12:03:22 PM 
Started by LarryLaffer - Last post by tonyode
Larry, I would first ask if you can feel any lumps/plaque buildup within your penis? I would venture to say, most people with peyronies can actually feel the lump, which is often elongated within the penis. Do you ever remember doing through the  acute phase where there is pain in the penis? This can happen when not erect and/or during erection.

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 on: Today at 11:44:14 AM 
Started by Tony52 - Last post by swiss
He said doing an ultrasound wouldn't be worth it because it wouldnt really matter if there was sone calcification. In a nutshell he said that if there is calcification it would likely be little bits here and there

THIS. During my ultrasound 2 years ago there was some calcification...I can actually feel it with my nail. feels like a grain of sand in two spots where I have indents if I dig in.

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 on: Today at 11:42:32 AM 
Started by diehardpatriot - Last post by swiss
I started in acute but could not get serious about it until I was stable...too painful. I hurt myself with even a light stretch and got hard flaccid...

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 on: Today at 11:27:21 AM 
Started by 20759 - Last post by Old Man
Note to all who have both Peyronies Disease and DC:

I have had been through several bouts of DC, so I consider myself a seasoned patient with it. Also, have had Peyronies Disease since the age of 24 back in the 1950s when there was little to be done about. Read my many posts since 2005 when the forum was instituted.

OK, what I want to say about DC now is that there are ortho surgeon who can correct curving and drawing conditions with DC with a very easy office visit rather than heavy surgery. It is done with only a needle type cut with local deadening. I have this done with my local ortho. I went into his procedure room as he called it with both middle fingers on my right hand bent almost to being closed. 15 minutes later, I walked out of that room with all fingers on my right hand flexible to normal.

So, suggest that any member diagnosed with DC do a google search for a surgeon in their area who can do the procedure. You may have to use different names for what is called the needle procedure for DC correction, etc

Old Man

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 on: Today at 10:45:40 AM 
Started by diehardpatriot - Last post by thinkpositive
Get a restoreX and start now, earlier the better.  I started immediately

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