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Quote from: Sanabo on August 07, 2021, 01:43:46 PMI've heard from several guys privately that their erections have not been negatively affected so that gives me comfort. However, I think using this cream is a not a great idea and I regret trying it as it really did nothing for me. I only tried for 3 days and only small amounts on my plaques. If it says no genitals, then I think no one should use it unless multiple docs ok it and there are studies behind it. Where did frederich zuckermann go anyway? He drops in and raves about this cream then disappears? He signed up the very day he started touting this cream. It lls he the one selling on ebay?If people are going to claim a majorly successful treatment they should stick around longer as guides, not bolt after 2 weeks.Stick to proven, medically approved methods. That's all I'm doing in future.
Quote from: Forgen on August 14, 2021, 09:50:20 AM(...)I advise everyone to stay away from this cream and use a minimalist approach to your condition. Find a good doc and follow his instructions, not the advice of anonymous forum people.Good luck to all. Peyronies sucks.
Quote from: orriw on August 02, 2021, 07:45:39 AMI tried it (also the forte version) and it helps a bit but not the same amount like it does with friedrich (far away from painless). Mostly the cooling effect of the cream once you apply it feels good. The pain becomes weaker after about 30 min, but not much and also comes back for me.
Quote from: NeoV on July 29, 2021, 08:54:32 AMHi guys, I have gone through 4 tubes already and it absolutely reduces penile swelling and discomfort. It seems to make my penis more elastic. I would like to know why we should not put it on the glans (mucous membrane).It also seems to interact with nattokinase, so please do not take/use them at the same time until I or someone else figures out what this means. Nattokinase is ultimately the best supplement IMO for penile pain and hinging / denting while flaccid, so that would be too bad if we couldn't use them together, but I want to be careful.As I mentioned in my video on hirudoid, it does have some rationale to be used as an antifibrotic, but the science seems contradictory to me at this point,The only potential fear I have about hirudoid would be a reaction, "Heparin-Induced Thrombocytopenia," but I do not know if this can happen with such a low dose of a heparin derivative.https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/full/10.1161/circulationaha.106.632653
Quote from: Moochalaki on April 26, 2022, 03:39:22 PMI think this cream is a BAD IDEA. if some like it great but it says not to put on genitals for a reason. Think about it. If it is supposed to break down scar tissue why wouldnt it do the same for erectile tissue? I asked a doc and he said if you slather it on your glans and it enters the blood stream it could break down collagen connective fibers and that this would weaken the structure of your penis. It would make it looser, thinner and more elastic.You'd probably end up needing an implant.
Quote from: Moochalaki on May 31, 2022, 08:48:00 PMFrom a representative of the manufacturer:"One study found an association between the accumulation of mucopolysaccharide and decreased collagen in the Achilles tendons of rabbits, indicating a collagenolytic (breaking down of collagen) activity. Given the clinical effect on scars, it is likely that Hirudoid is able to break down collagen as well."So, there you have it. This cream can weaken your penis. Doctors and the manufacturer agree Please, do not use this cream anyone reading this.