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jj21

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Flaccid Hourglassing
« on: February 13, 2019, 11:58:08 PM »

Does anyone here have flaccid hourglassing which isn't as prominent when erect?

I'm wondering if a VED will still be of benefit here.

Seeing my doc again in 3 weeks where he's going to show me how to use VED and go over my ultrasound results but was just wondering if anyone here had any experience.

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JJ
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33 yrs old
Peyronies for 4 years now
Got better but then got worse
Mild erect curvature but major Loss of girth, dents and significant semi-erect curve
Moderate Erectile Dysfunction
Re-started VED, also using Restorex

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Re: Flaccid Hourglassing
« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2019, 08:37:03 PM »

I have exactly the same. So far, nothing has worked. But I keep trying. Let us know how the VED works for you. My only suggestion. Start slow, with the smallest tube, and be CONSISTENT. No excuses.

Good luck.
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Re: Flaccid Hourglassing
« Reply #2 on: November 22, 2021, 08:43:52 PM »

Hey Krazylord, I am just like you man. I am scared im gonna end up with the implant. has anything worked well for you so far?
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20, late 2020 masturbation injury leads to semi erect hourglass, then try manual stretching leads to pudendal neuralgia like symptoms, corpus spongiosum and glans do not fill, severe Erectile Dysfunction- floppy unstable erections that feel like water balloon .

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Re: Flaccid Hourglassing
« Reply #3 on: Yesterday at 09:43:17 PM »

I have the same thing. Also how did you injure yourself with manual traction? I think I may have done the same thing and flared up my hard flaccid. Now I’m worried I might permanently have nerve damage from the super light manual traction I did. I tried to stretch it to the left as I have a right curve at the base. But I think I caused more trauma at the base of my penis, this time on the left side. I currently have pain and soreness in my thighs and discomfort and ache in my penis. [email protected]< I can’t stop injuring myself, should I just cop a penimaster pro and pray that doesn’t injure me?
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Diagnosed 7/8/22,onset February ‘22
90 degree twist,45 degree angle to the right at the base from prone masturbation
Circumference bruise on 7/19/22 from light manual traction while erect caused flaccidhourglass
PAC,coq10,ATC, pelvicfloortherapy
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