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How did your doctor diagnose calcification?
« on: August 27, 2019, 07:18:01 AM »

I am going to post a few things about my visit with Dr. Eid. Here is one.

He did a color double doppler with alprostadil injection.

I have what appears to be 3 plaques dorsally (although might be one contiguous one). Waiting on his report. And one in the interior somewhere near my urethra (that would explain the feeling like I have to piss).

I told him that another uro had told me that when he did a b+w doppler on me that my plaques were "moderately calcified." Dr. Eid said there is no way to tell if a plaque is calcified or not without doing an x-ray. He said they show up white.

So for anyone on here that has been told their plaques are calcified, how do you know? Did you have an x-ray done?
45 y.o. Single. Onset of symptoms (pain-stinging like a wasp) @ 6/2018. No sudden injury. Curve developed slowly. 40 deg. dorsal. Hourglassing. Torsion to left flaccid. 4 rounds xiaflex. Restorex, DMSO+, heat, arginine, cialis, lipoic acid, vit. K2
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