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popopo

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Always at risk?
« on: October 22, 2019, 04:07:06 PM »

Hey people, I always read about active phase lasting like 2 years MAX, but it seems some people on this forum don't really fit that discription and stay in active phase longer. I personally injured myself jelqing, clamping and pumping at the age of 17 and fast forward to now I'm 25 and still get progressively worse over time. At best my penis stays the same, but over the months I still lose size and shape and even get stinging pain once in a while. I have been on pentox for all this time, but it doesn't seem to help much. Anyway, my question is if many other people get progressively worse as well. Is it normal that people are in active phase for longer than 18 months? Is the description even accurate? I doubt I'm the only one who gets worse over time, I just don't know for sure and maybe my case is diff3rent because I got this from an injury and not because of my genetics. I appreciate all input. Not looking for a solution, just trying to find out how common this is. Thanks!
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Age: 24
Date of onset: 17
Symptoms: sharp pains, numbness, change in shape/size, hourglassing and discolaration from jelqing/VED usage as a teen. Diagnosed with a venous leak and possible scarring.
Treatments tried: cialis, pentox and VED didnt help

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Re: Always at risk?
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2019, 12:33:45 PM »

Popopo,

I think you're right in your thinking, I say that because I also have symptoms similar to yours regarding the pain that after 27 years of illness I still occasionally feel quite uncomfortably and this with the penis even in a state flaccid (hard I always feel pain). I conclude that this goes against what is said about the acute phase stage period of around 18 months. I attribute this to very aggressive peyronie cases that are beyond the rule of ordinary cases .... I don't know for sure, but it's an assumption. I went to a urologist here in Brazil and asked about it and he told me that the pain of peyronie always ends, but in my case not yet because sometimes I feel it.
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Re: Always at risk?
« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2019, 01:45:16 PM »

A faulty tissue/plaque can irritate the tissue around it for as long as it is there. Irritation can mean inflammation which creates more faulty tissue and so on..
That's why, imo, it's key to turn existing hard plaques into at least soft plaques.(I did with transdermal applications)
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Re: Always at risk?
« Reply #3 on: November 07, 2019, 05:23:41 AM »

Probably always at risk, but that risk goes down, very very low once you do the treatments and change your habits.
I used to not be able to have sex much but now I can seemingly do it many times in a row without any issues.
If I drink alcohol or spike my blood sugar, that's another story!
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Re: Always at risk?
« Reply #4 on: November 10, 2019, 01:24:04 PM »

meltinf, what’s included in your “transdermal applications”?. I’m very curious.
And NeoV, what about those who have trauma leading to peyronies? I mean, is it worth getting tested for diabetes, or in-regularities in the blood sugar? I know you don’t speak for everybody, but I highly doubt those who have trauma leading to this (me) have problems with blood sugar.
But I don’t know tho, I’m not very educated in these things. That’s why I’m asking.
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Youngster with Peyronie’s and high erection angle, peyronies onset in September 2019.
Mild/Moderate dorsal curve, occurred overnight after re-injury. Flaccid narrowing. Hard flaccid. Flaccid pain/discomfort
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