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 on: Today at 09:51:32 AM 
Started by Old Man - Last post by Old Man
Note to all members:

Currently, the Augusta Medical Systems no longer shows a discounted VED price to forum members. See Special Note below for pricing other than the USA source.

As of today, 2/22/18 the prices for forum members are across the board:

1. Three cylinder Soma Series, sales price to members:
     Manual pump head ~~~ $249.95 (call for any shipping charges)
     Battery pump head ~~~ $349.95 (call for any shipping charges)

2. The one cylinder Vitality VED series will be priced by the Augusta Sales Rep when 
    members call for pricing and delivery. Toll free number =1+ 800-827-8382 Ext. 1026
    ask for forum sales representative. Leave name and number for a call back if no one
    answers, specify that caller is a Peyronies Disease forum member.


Special Note: The above prices are for purchases from the Augusta Medical System in the USA. Members for other countries need to call the toll free number for sources and prices. Augusta Medical has a distributor in the UK = IMEDCARE.

Old Man

 on: Today at 09:30:16 AM 
Started by George999 - Last post by Tsanchez12369
Peyron, is the tx for ED or peyronies?

 on: Today at 09:22:46 AM 
Started by Doesthislookbad - Last post by Old Man

Yes, Augusta has now starting selling through Amazon with the price that they are giving to our forum members as far as I know. I will ask my contact at Augusta for information about this and let the forum know, etc.

The Augusta List price has been somewhere around $500 to $600 for the Soma series VEDs. Then the company agreed to discount that price down to somewhere over $400 or so based on the VED model and/or the package each member needed. The one cylinder Vitality VED is priced lower than the price quoted for the three cylinder Soma Series VEDs.

Old Man

Old Man

 on: Today at 09:21:07 AM 
Started by Phoenix1919 - Last post by Phoenix1919
it's gotten more significant - it's a pretty significant curve - not enough so that I can't still function - I still enjoy sex and masturbation and still finish - although not like I used to.
I should say - I'm 41 -
I guess you could say there's some wasting, yes.

 on: Today at 09:18:54 AM 
Started by Phoenix1919 - Last post by Tsanchez12369
Please get to a peyronies specialist ASAP.  They can determine if your plaque has yet calcified.  What degree curve do you have, any wasting of penis?

 on: Today at 09:08:20 AM 
Started by Phoenix1919 - Last post by Phoenix1919
I guess I should start at the beginning - I started to notice something was up a couple of years ago - it's gotten progressively worse and now to the point where I'm trying to find out if there's anything that can be done to fix??

I always noticed the calcification and was scared thinking maybe it was cancerous - I read online that the curvature was natural - it wasn't until recently that I put the two together (along with the increasing ED).

So... what now?

 on: Today at 08:24:10 AM 
Started by Perdido_Key - Last post by betterbend
I don't know if there is a correlation between pain / bruising and results.  In the trial about 60% got hematoma, 50% swelling and pain.   I have read that some of the bruising is from the Xiaflex getting into the space around plaque.   I am hoping that those numbers get better as the skill of the doctor improves with experience.  My doc waits 7 days between injections to lessen the adverse reactions, during the trial I imagine it was a strict 3 days.

 on: Today at 07:53:40 AM 
Started by lonelyboy - Last post by lonelyboy
Brilliant, thanks guys, I'll see if there's a UK distributor, much appreciated.

 on: Today at 06:22:06 AM 
Started by cheeznips - Last post by cheeznips
Anyone here fracture corpus spongiosum or uretgra with proof?

 on: Today at 05:47:49 AM 
Started by Farikgier - Last post by popopo
How does it make sense that it would be good? (especially considering some people on this forum take like 5x recommended dose of pentox). Isn't most of all this "hit and miss"? What works for one doesn't work for another and too much of a good thing can definitely do more harm than good. I used to feel bad on caffeine as well, but in my case I think it's more because it makes me feel more stressed sometimes causing more tension in my whole body and therefore causing turtling. Only happens when I'm already stressed out though and already lack sleep.

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