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Xiaflex - Does it work?
« on: August 26, 2018, 06:55:51 AM »

Hi All,
After being diagnosed with Peyronies, I have been to see/speak to a specialist doctor. They advised me on a few options on how to start to try and correct my concern! One of the options was to have an injection treatment called "Xisflex".

Can anyone advise me if this treatment works? and is there any down sides to the treatment?

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Re: Xiaflex - Does it work?
« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2018, 10:15:49 AM »

Maybe it works for you... That is the answer. 

 There are guys here who had excellent results and guys, like me, that got no, or minimal, result.  I think the biggest adverse reaction is bruising and some pain.  The pain from most guys reports isn't too bad, and should not stop you from trying.  The bruising varies, some injections cause a big bruise, some don't do any bruising. Read the Xiaflex thread, lots of information.  Once you have a good idea about your condition you can intelligently discuss with your doctor the best treatment.  Xiaflex is not surgery, but it's still invasive and requires careful consideration. 
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55 - Onset May 2017.  38 degree bend up.  Failed Xiaflex treatment.  Still functional so I decided to stop treatments.  Only take 400mg Co-Q10 and occasionally use Restorex

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Re: Xiaflex - Does it work?
« Reply #2 on: August 26, 2018, 12:46:18 PM »

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50 year old, onset in Feb. '18, diagnosed in Mar '18, 4 rounds of Xiaflex completed, little improvement, mentally overwhelmed...Erectile Dysfunction issues, major anxiety issues now.
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