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Doppler shows no more scar tissue
« on: September 09, 2020, 06:14:03 PM »

3 years ago i was diagnosed. Today i just got the results back with another Doppler ultrasound.

My scar tissue was small and “malleable” according to USC Urologist.

I used 2 years of traction therapy. VED. Cialis for 2 years. Pentox for 8 months.

I gained back about .3 to .4 of girth at the site. (Base of left side penis.)

Feel free to ask me anything.

I still am struggling with Erectile Dysfunction. I have no venous leakage. I believe the traction device caused pelvic dysfunction which i am trying to fix using DCT exercises. We will see how that turns out.
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Re: Doppler shows no more scar tissue
« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2020, 07:28:13 PM »

Was there an indentation that you got rid of?
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Re: Doppler shows no more scar tissue
« Reply #2 on: September 09, 2020, 07:52:59 PM »

Congrats on your Peyronies Disease improvement.  From what I heard traction is likely to improve EQ, not lessen it.  Have you tried upping your nightly cialis?
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Re: Doppler shows no more scar tissue
« Reply #3 on: September 19, 2020, 08:20:54 PM »

Was there an indentation that you got rid of?

Exactly. At the base of the penis.
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Re: Doppler shows no more scar tissue
« Reply #4 on: September 21, 2020, 03:37:17 AM »

3 years ago i was diagnosed. Today i just got the results back with another Doppler ultrasound.

My scar tissue was small and “malleable” according to USC Urologist.

I used 2 years of traction therapy. VED. Cialis for 2 years. Pentox for 8 months.

I gained back about .3 to .4 of girth at the site. (Base of left side penis.)

Feel free to ask me anything.

Who was your doctor at USC do you recommend him?  Please check your pm too

I still am struggling with Erectile Dysfunction. I have no venous leakage. I believe the traction device caused pelvic dysfunction which i am trying to fix using DCT exercises. We will see how that turns out.
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main symptoms are hollow feeling shaft
scar tissue on corporas shown on ultrasound
Loss of girth, weak flaccid skin sensitive

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Re: Doppler shows no more scar tissue
« Reply #5 on: September 21, 2020, 03:38:23 AM »

Congrats on your Peyronies Disease improvement.  From what I heard traction is likely to improve EQ, not lessen it.  Have you tried upping your nightly cialis?

Is traction used to help length or girth?  From what I understand traction can help with length but ved with girth?
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Re: Doppler shows no more scar tissue
« Reply #6 on: September 21, 2020, 01:43:56 PM »

Is traction used to help length or girth?  From what I understand traction can help with length but ved with girth?

I saw girth from traction - At one point I was only doing traction and noticed it did help fill out the base. VED really helped though.
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Re: Doppler shows no more scar tissue
« Reply #7 on: September 24, 2020, 07:51:42 AM »

Do you think there is any long term or permanent damage? Sorry for such a negative question. Just looking at my own situation and wondering when might be best to release myself from the shackles of traction/VED regime.
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Re: Doppler shows no more scar tissue
« Reply #8 on: March 22, 2021, 09:48:02 AM »

3 years ago i was diagnosed. Today i just got the results back with another Doppler ultrasound.

My scar tissue was small and “malleable” according to USC Urologist.

I used 2 years of traction therapy. VED. Cialis for 2 years. Pentox for 8 months.

I gained back about .3 to .4 of girth at the site. (Base of left side penis.)

Feel free to ask me anything.

I still am struggling with Erectile Dysfunction. I have no venous leakage. I believe the traction device caused pelvic dysfunction which i am trying to fix using DCT exercises. We will see how that turns out.


what traction tools did you use? sorry for the english i'm italian :)
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