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Starting VED-Therapy
« on: December 02, 2019, 10:15:35 AM »

Hey guys! I’m planning on copping a single-cylinder VED since I’ve lost a bit of girth. Well, first I’m gonna try everything that I can find in order to smoothen up the scar (the scar is what’s preventing healthy tissue to expand). I’m thinking oils and DMSO + X, I like to believe these things have a good potential in softening calcified lumps/scars. And, if you then add VED/traction therapy afterwards, you have, imo, improved your chances of recovery greatly.
Anyway, back to topic. I have very little knowledge regarding VED. Are there any things I should know or think about before I start VED therapy? More tension? Less tension? 10 seconds? 15 minute sessions? 30 minutes? I’m also unsure if VED will have any effect on a single hard scar on
the dorsal side... it feels like everyone whom find success with VED has hour-glassing and dents. I have neither. Well, I have a few dents but they are not severe at all, it’s the lack of expansion in my erections that concerns me (because of the scar as I stated earlier).
So, is it worth buying and trying a VED?
Please give me some advice and information. Your mans is planning on winning this battle :)
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Re: Starting VED-Therapy
« Reply #1 on: December 02, 2019, 04:16:02 PM »

Both VED and traction can help remodel plaque to healthy tissue present anywhere in the penis.  Best to combine w other treatments than doing different modalities sequentially.
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Re: Starting VED-Therapy
« Reply #2 on: December 03, 2019, 03:50:37 PM »

Thanks Tony, I can’t have DMSO interacting with the plastic of the VED tho, it would cause a chemical reaction - that’s why I would separate these two treatments.
I’m not sure how I’m gonna smoothen up the scar if it’s not with DMSO + X.
I believe I’m gonna try dmso + Vit E and apply twice daily for the rest of December.
Since I’m gonna buy a VED after Christmas this would be a great crossroad to see my results, and where to go from there.
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Currently on Tadalafil (Cialis) and finally seeing improvements. Things are getting better.

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Re: Starting VED-Therapy
« Reply #3 on: December 04, 2019, 06:34:22 AM »

Btw, could someone please provide me with information to what pump I should buy? I want the best out there, no matter the price. And does anyone know if the cheap “enlarge your penis” VED’s are the same as Peyronie’s VED’s? Do they work the same? I’ve lost a ridiculous amount of girth in just 2 months because of a lot of small & soft lumps. So that’s devastating. I also have a hard scar causing severe immobility. I wanna start VED asap!! I’m on a list of supplements but I feel like I need to start VED right now because I don’t know if I’m stabilized or not...
Please give me advice here, guys.
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Currently on Tadalafil (Cialis) and finally seeing improvements. Things are getting better.
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