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QuoteI am being treated at Columbia Medical center in NYC. With Verapamil injections and with use of a pump 30 minutes a day and the andro extender( 2-4hours per night) for the last 90 days, I have had a 30% improvement. The painful erections are gone! Dr. Peter Stahl is so professional and good at giving injections, I am so lucky to have found him. I travel from Connecticut to NYC every 2-3 weeks! He thinks another 90 days of therapy will be needed and I will follow his suggestion. If you could see how much 30% is compared to what it was ...it is major!
Quote from: peyrosucks on May 17, 2011, 05:23:43 PMI had 6 of them and am convinced it made my peyronies worse. Let me explain. The original plaque seemed to have been reduced in size (which may have happened on its own). However, the numbing shots added a new larger plaque right below the initial plaque. It started to develop after the 3rd injection (out of 6). I'm pretty confident it was the shot that did it because the numbing needle was being poked in several locations. I went to see Dr. Levine on a trip to Chicago to get his opinion. He injected me with some solution to get me erect for the exam. Three months later I have a small plaque at that injection site. I don't think it is worth the risk. Search this forum and you will find more negative posts about it than positive.
Quote from: ComeBacKid on May 21, 2011, 01:24:42 AMThe last three posts have echoed what I've heard dozens of people tell me over the last couple of years. I have no interest in proving verapamil injections work or don't work. When we took a look at topical verapamil in our PDLabs report we couldn't conclude it worked there either. No one has yet to show me any study that proves verapamil does anything to dissolve the plaque or do anything positive for peyronies sufferers. With Pentox we at least have a few studies showing it works. I wouldn't inject anything into my penis until I saw at least a handfull of studies that showed the drug being injected actually worked. I think the injection itself could cause minor damage, but would be worth it if the drug being injected actually worked, thats my own personal view on the matter.Comebackid