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tobygaby

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It can be cured (Argentina)
« on: November 01, 2019, 01:50:21 AM »

Hello I am from Argentina

I tell you my case briefly,
I'm 29, 4 years ago I was diagnosed with peyronie due to trauma, a fibrous ring just before the glans, narrowing / crushing area at the base of the penis in the spongy body.

The pain went away with dioxaflex b12
After 3 years, when it stabilized, I started trying things.
I broke the fibrous ring with my big toes by pressing hard (I felt as if I had removed a hard shell from a wound), with the flaccid penis, since I had read in some places that is when the penis does not get hurt, since the glans are not extrangulated, the curve improved a lot, the circulation is still not the best.

The narrowing of the base of the penis was fixed as follows:
I tied a gauze at the base of the penis, because I noticed that it improved circulation, then I had an erection (one of the best of my life), since with the gauze the penis does not drain the blood, I spent a few minutes with the penis About 105%, I felt a lot of circulation and pressure and then I untied it (because I felt like it was going to explode like a balloon), that healed my pain and narrowing, and this improved my erections of the spongy body.

I still have a little narrowing on the sides although it doesn't affect me anymore, I just wanted to tell you my experience, this is not going to heal itself, you have to try things

I also cured a blood leak that came from the pelvic floor, accommodating a muscle with some contractions (I contracted the perineal muscle very tightly and without releasing it, contracted the anal muscle, and settled down, just a well-made contraction and the leak was fixed, no dangerous surgeries

I am healing only using my hand, without spending money and without doctors.

I don't want to encourage anyone to do it, but all the doctors say "don't touch yourself", if I had listened to them I would still have problems
If you can spread my case please, it costs me a little language.
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Re: It can be cured (Argentina)
« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2019, 08:39:31 PM »

This sounds dangerous-breaking the fibrous tissue w hard pressure.  One needs to remodel the plaque, not break it up.  Might it also cause a dangerous fracture of the penis?
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Re: It can be cured (Argentina)
« Reply #2 on: November 02, 2019, 12:11:22 AM »

Yes, it really sounds dangerous, I think I would not do it if I read it in a forum, although the fact was not so traumatic, I was just touching the ring as usual since it is annoying, and I pressed it harder until I felt like it broke up

Perhaps it has made the same effect as the "shock wave" that is experimental, I don't know ...

I didn't tell it for you to do, each body is a different world, just so you have the information that worked for me, I'm a lucky man ...

The penis can be fixed, you have to be patient, find the affected spot and try things, I improved many things this past year.

I'm not a urologist (although they don't know much), I don't know if it can fracture while flaccid.

That is as information, maybe there are other crazy people who do the same

Today I have to investigate how to recover sensitivity of the glans who were operated on the foreskin for a postitis, I hate this operation.
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Re: It can be cured (Argentina)
« Reply #3 on: November 02, 2019, 12:56:59 AM »

I forgot an important fact, it didn't even hurt, it was fast like breaking a shell, I felt relief for removing the hardness
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Re: It can be cured (Argentina)
« Reply #4 on: November 02, 2019, 04:17:42 PM »

I don't doubt that you had success with your method. But obviously what you did can also create more problems..
If you "break" healthy tissue it could create another plaque.
There are ways to break up or soften the plaques with traction and transdermal supplements.

Good that you feel better but obviously you will understand that it's hard to promote your method to others. Chances are high that out 100 people doing it some break the hard plaque and some break more..
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« Reply #5 on: November 07, 2019, 01:06:06 AM »

My intention is not to promote, just to tell you how I healed the fibrous ring and end up with false information from the internet and urologists such as:

1) "After two years it stabilizes and the deformation is irreversible" FALSE, my curve and narrowing improved a lot the 4th year.

2) "Do not have erections and do not masturbate to not force the plate" FALSE, I never stopped having erections and masturbate, you have to oxygenate the penis.

3) "Do not touch the plate", FALSE, the first 2, 3 years in the acute phase I think it is good not to touch, but then as I told the press, disappeared and improved a lot.
This is the point we can discuss, I still did not tell the urologists who attended to me what I did and I will spread it. In my opinion, from my experience, the penis is injured in an erect state, but in a flaccid state, anyone who has squeezed the penis hard knows that it does not hurt, in the case of pressing the hard ring, it should only be broken, and in the worst case would damage the edges of the plate (healthy tissue) 2 mm ?, the feeling I had is the same as breaking the skin of a wound, I had no pain.
But I agree with your point, I am not sure that everyone solves it in the same way and that someone cannot be damaged, but it is important information for you to investigate.
If I were a urologist I would not run the slightest risk of getting hurt, but I am patient, depression and the desire to heal encouraged me to press the plaque, and I am happy about that. maybe it went wrong I don't know.

It seemed unfair for someone to cure the disease or a symptom and forget about the forum, that's why I came to tell you because I know what is being suffered.

An advice:
DO NOT give up, the penis can be cured, patience, do yourself kinesiology, massage, press the veins of the base of the penis and pelvic floor, contractions, circular movements, pinches, exercises.

I do not know the intensity of the shock wave to compare with the pressure of my fingers, I did not do the traction treatment, but I think it can help you.

try to take magnesium chloride for 1 month (1 liter of water is boiled and allowed to cool, and put in a glass container with the chloride, 1 small cup of coffee is taken per day approximately, it tastes like seawater)
The horsetail tea (healing and diuretic) is prepared 1 tablespoon in 1 liter, boil it and strain it, take a glass and the rest is placed on the plate. a couple of times the week
(It's cheap, try if it helps)

Laser and ultrasound I think they helped me with the pain and shrink the plaque, not with the deformation.

Iontophoresis, and peyronal (medication) are a scam, my case kept getting worse doing this.

Tadalafil 5mg + coenzyme q10 40 (I did not take many): I think it helped a little with the narrowing, I felt that some blood vessel was uncovered, I bought it in a pharmacy did not work, and in another pharmacy I noticed the effect.

No surgeries, do not put the knife.

I had no information on patients who tested the shock wave or platelet rich plasma, it is experimental.

I still have a little narrowing on the sides of the penis, that the plaque disappears does not solve all the symptoms.

Good luck.
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Re: It can be cured (Argentina)
« Reply #6 on: Yesterday at 12:54:06 PM »

Thanks for sharing, Toby! It sounds like you have found great success for your condition!
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Re: It can be cured (Argentina)
« Reply #7 on: Yesterday at 01:43:32 PM »

Ah.. Another one of those great success stories, with shady tactics and no pictures from before or after to prove these dubious claims. Not to mention ''broke the fibrous rings with my big toe'' and ''105% erection" .. Threads like these should be either blocked or removed. It's like the guys that do jelquing and claim all sorts of things, but never show any proof of them.

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Re: It can be cured (Argentina)
« Reply #8 on: Yesterday at 01:54:48 PM »

I agree with pfract. I don’t understand why people like this come on to this forum to do what exactly? Promote something? It’s stupid and disorientating to post and claim a list of things that clearly doesn’t work.
The only reasonable thing tobygaby is mentioning is a the fact that patience is needed, and that it can be cured. I’m sure of that but it’s obvious lol... the rest is just bull
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25 degree dorsal curve, occurred overnight after re-injury. Flaccid narrowing. Hard flaccid. Flaccid pain/discomfort
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