Selling RestoreX Penile Traction Therapy Device (Australia)

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GlenWS

Hi Guys,

Selling my RestoreX Penile Traction Therapy Device that i bought from Endo Personal Care. Paid $1500 Aud for it, looking to sell it for $1200. Not sure why but Endo Personal care seems to be the only place you can buy these devices in Australia without using a US postal sevice. Only looking to sell to Australians. Let me know if youre interested  :)

Glen.  
Age:23, Congenital Peyronies prominent curve to the left 35-40  degrees and downward slighlty, recently ED. Treatments: traction therapy with no success

jj21

Whats your reason for selling ? Did you not find it effective?
34 Years Old...Peyronies for 4 years. 20 Degree left and upwards curvature, major dents and narrowing, ED.

Implant + Tunica Expansion Procedure, 7th Feb 2023, Titan 22cm +1cm RTE, Partial revision 27th June 23 (fix pump, remove 10ml reservoir).

GlenWS

i found traction to be very uncomfortable and didn't commit to a schedule. i would skip days and i didn't see any improvement. Decided that i would pursue surgery and won't need the device anymore.  :)
Age:23, Congenital Peyronies prominent curve to the left 35-40  degrees and downward slighlty, recently ED. Treatments: traction therapy with no success

LuisFernandez

What kind of surgery? Plication? That's the only one you won't need traction.

Grafts contract and so you should be doing traction. However a restorex may not be best for that but rather a penimaster pro.
Injury in April 2020. Onset of ED.
Started RestoreX and VED 2 months after injury.
Taking 10mg daily cialis, pentox, coq10, vit-e.
Traction (+1 inch)/VED/PGE-1/DMSO+X

GlenWS

Unsure as to what surgery ill look to pursue. The urologist i have seen in the past suggested plication. But after reading some surgery reviews on this forum, im not too keen on plication. Mainly due to the loss of size and the stitching that can still be felt. It seems that many users that have a plication end up with an implant anyway. so wondering whether im better off to go straight to an implant. I'm booked in to get a second opinion soon.  
Age:23, Congenital Peyronies prominent curve to the left 35-40  degrees and downward slighlty, recently ED. Treatments: traction therapy with no success

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jj21

34 Years Old...Peyronies for 4 years. 20 Degree left and upwards curvature, major dents and narrowing, ED.

Implant + Tunica Expansion Procedure, 7th Feb 2023, Titan 22cm +1cm RTE, Partial revision 27th June 23 (fix pump, remove 10ml reservoir).

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