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Quote from: TDix on July 09, 2019, 05:10:46 AMHave you gone to a specialist? If not you should. I will say that even though I have been happily married over 20 years, if I was single with this condition I would do all I could to correct the issue, as I have even being married for so long. If a woman is attracted to you and you show her your true self, damaged or not, if she isn't accepting then she isn't the "one" if you get my drift. As you get older you will understand this more. We are all damaged in various ways, and it's those who accept that in you that you should stay close to
Quote from: NeoV on July 09, 2019, 05:30:03 AMAttraction has very little to do with your actual penis and how you have sex.The hottest and greatest women I've ever slept with and been with have all been after Peyronie's. Tell them and don't make it a big deal, simply smile and say "I have to be careful, I injured my dick."Your energy, mood, and point of awareness is what keeps women with you. I tell random girls I have Peyronie's and it doesn't stop me from bringing them home or having wonderful relationships with them. Women can adapt to you, and will take on your emotions and even sexual preferences to a large degree. As weird as this sounds, sex and attraction are not actually the same thing.I have a few girls who would stay with me even without sex (they tell me this). They like the vibe, mood, and energy I provide them. Even doing limited sexual things is fine if you understand how to go about this.
Quote from: Zeckelbaum on July 09, 2019, 05:50:40 AMI went to a "specialist" who didn't even know what Pentox was. I knew far more about the condition than he did. Was a huge waste of money.
Quote from: Hawk on July 09, 2019, 09:10:20 AMThe 1st thing you should have read is the Peyronies Disease Survival Guide Peyronies Survival Guide - Information for New Members - Peyronies Society ForumsIt encourages you to take studies on the PAV cocktail with you on a doctors visit and provides links. You should be prepared to discuss and offer the studies without being overbearing.
Quote from: TonySa on July 09, 2019, 02:42:40 PMIt seems you have both peyronies and Erectile Dysfunction? If you've failed all treatments for Erectile Dysfunction (from a specialist), you could consider an implant. Which will reverse both conditions.
Quote from: Zeckelbaum on July 09, 2019, 04:44:54 PMMy main issue is my glans are completely limp no matter what unless in a VED. I understand that an implant has no impact on glans is that correct? So I haven't considered it as it won't fix that issue
Quote from: Zeckelbaum on July 10, 2019, 11:36:03 PMI haven't taken Cialis directly before but usually take it few times a week and sometimesIn up to 50mg doses. I plan to buy a bunch of rings over the coming weeks and will look into bands as wellDo I put the band on before it goes into ved?