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Just left the doctors office. I have a question?
« on: June 02, 2020, 06:28:23 PM »

Hey guys. Just left the Peyronies Specialist and I have been told that he doesn’t think I have Peyronies. This is great news and is still sinking in... here’s my question. When he examined me he squeezed my flaccid penis pretty damn hard and stretched it out while doing so, looking for plaques.   My penis hurts a little on the drive home. is it possible to get Peyronies from someone squeezing your flaccid penis like that? Anyone had a similar experience?
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Re: Just left the doctors office. I have a question?
« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2020, 07:45:44 PM »

What are your symptoms in the first place that made you question whether you have it or not?

Did he do an ultrasound?

And no, very doubtful you could be injured that badly from an exam. Maybe just don't masturbate for a while and take some advil or put voltaren gel on your dick for a couple days.
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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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Re: Just left the doctors office. I have a question?
« Reply #2 on: June 03, 2020, 12:02:55 AM »

I doubt an examination would create any problems.  Congrats on not having Peyronie’s as you get to go and enjoy your’e healthy penis worry free!
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PxD 2 yrs 9/16.  Failed all treatment. 9/11/18: excision, grafting & implant Dr Karpman MtnView Ca, AMS CX 18cm + 3-1cm RTEs.
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Re: Just left the doctors office. I have a question?
« Reply #3 on: June 03, 2020, 07:39:59 AM »

Samsung and Tony,

My symptoms have been all over the map since last July. Primarily worried about an indent that was directly under a circumflex vein towards the distal third of my penis and some super strange bending going on lately. The weird part is, the bending I was experiencing wasn’t while getting erect, it was while flaccid but randomly sometimes when I have my dick out to piss. Right there before my very eyes, my flaccid penis would start to bend to the left, not while getting erect, just while flaccid. It would happen fast, within 20 seconds and it would relax and lay straight again. It happened the other direction many times lists year to the right. I was struggling with Pelvic Floor Dysfunction for 9 months and it seems that this may be related. It feels like a cramp in the flaccid penis when it happens and it was really tripping me out.

He gave me a thorough exam and was super helpful in regards to talking about everything I had questions to. He said he doesn’t feel any plaque and that not all penises are completely smooth up and down the CCs. He said there are many natural variations. He said “you have a healthy penis and just need to keep on screwing until you can’t anymore, and one day if you have a problem, you know where to find me” He said that he prefers to handle most Peyronies cases with verapamil and traction where possible. No grafts. He said 10% of the people he sees are 30 or younger but that the majority of people he gets are over 50. He was supportive of me continuing to use L-Citrulline and Acetyl-L-Carnitine, vouching that they have the most benefit of the pills I’m taking.

To answer your question Samsung, I went there with the hopes of setting up a follow up appointment with an ultrasound but his best technician retired a couple months ago and he would have to refer me to someone else. He said he’s more than happy to but given that I don’t have erect curvature and no pain in my penis, and no plaques he could feel, he said regardless of the results of the ultrasound it wouldn’t change the plan of action, which is wait and let Mother Nature run it’s course. He was supportive and told me he is there if I need him anytime if I choose to proceed with it.

Tony, thank you so much for the kind words. I still don’t know if I believe it yet but I feel like it’s time to accept the fact that I saw a specialist, one who is on the main Peyronies Association website , and he said I don’t need to worry. I have to change my mindset and quit obsessing and worrying for a change. Try to live my life without worrying about Peyronies all day.

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Re: Just left the doctors office. I have a question?
« Reply #4 on: July 31, 2020, 09:54:34 PM »

Samsung and Tony,

My symptoms have been all over the map since last July. Primarily worried about an indent that was directly under a circumflex vein towards the distal third of my penis and some super strange bending going on lately. The weird part is, the bending I was experiencing wasn’t while getting erect, it was while flaccid but randomly sometimes when I have my dick out to piss. Right there before my very eyes, my flaccid penis would start to bend to the left, not while getting erect, just while flaccid. It would happen fast, within 20 seconds and it would relax and lay straight again. It happened the other direction many times lists year to the right. I was struggling with Pelvic Floor Dysfunction for 9 months and it seems that this may be related. It feels like a cramp in the flaccid penis when it happens and it was really tripping me out.

He gave me a thorough exam and was super helpful in regards to talking about everything I had questions to. He said he doesn’t feel any plaque and that not all penises are completely smooth up and down the CCs. He said there are many natural variations. He said “you have a healthy penis and just need to keep on screwing until you can’t anymore, and one day if you have a problem, you know where to find me” He said that he prefers to handle most Peyronies cases with verapamil and traction where possible. No grafts. He said 10% of the people he sees are 30 or younger but that the majority of people he gets are over 50. He was supportive of me continuing to use L-Citrulline and Acetyl-L-Carnitine, vouching that they have the most benefit of the pills I’m taking.

To answer your question Samsung, I went there with the hopes of setting up a follow up appointment with an ultrasound but his best technician retired a couple months ago and he would have to refer me to someone else. He said he’s more than happy to but given that I don’t have erect curvature and no pain in my penis, and no plaques he could feel, he said regardless of the results of the ultrasound it wouldn’t change the plan of action, which is wait and let Mother Nature run it’s course. He was supportive and told me he is there if I need him anytime if I choose to proceed with it.

Tony, thank you so much for the kind words. I still don’t know if I believe it yet but I feel like it’s time to accept the fact that I saw a specialist, one who is on the main Peyronies Association website , and he said I don’t need to worry. I have to change my mindset and quit obsessing and worrying for a change. Try to live my life without worrying about Peyronies all day.

Hello, I've been having very similar symptoms as yours, I've went to a specialist and he did a physical examination, he told me that he feels nothing, after that he made me do an ultrasound and Im waiting for the results, sadky I had a nervous breakdown right before the ultrasound so my penis didn't get up even with the injection (I think because of the breakdown that I had, I almost fainted 1 minute before the ultrasound) and hopefully by next week I get the results. Fingers corssed
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