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Curvekiller94

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If urologist doesn’t help ask other doctors.
« on: February 12, 2021, 03:57:20 PM »

My urologists I’ve seen were not helpful by any means necessary in my area especially the so called specialist. In order to get prescriptions pentox and colcichine I had to go to my primary. No one helped me with pain so I decided to go see a Rhumatologist to help in that department. He set me up with tramadol and prednisone to help pain and minimize swelling.

Long story short if the doc isn’t helping you and you’re in pain [email protected]< him and go get another doc(doesn’t have to be urologist) and explain to your doctor that they were less than willing to help. This peyornies is hard enough without docs saying “you don’t need pain meds” what’s the difference? If it helps me ignore it so be it. At least I’ll sleep well at night now and I’m not miserable in the day due to pain.


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26 y/o
sex injury that gradually got worse
Hard flaccid, Indentation bottom left close to my body,  mild twist left
28° up 28° Left
official diagnosed peyronies w/pain
Pentox, restorex, l-arginine, cq10, NSAID, tramadol(as needed)
Gf is supportive

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Re: If urologist doesn’t help ask other doctors.
« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2021, 02:37:51 PM »

As a daily pot smoker I gotta add.. VAPE not smoke and don't overdk it cause it can be addictive especislly if you deal with demons caused by peyronies. For me I get EXTREMELY ANGRY if I don't have my pot so that ain't good.
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Did jelqing, pumping & clamping from abt age 15 until 17. Never had any real issues, until it was too late.
I got a change of shape, sensation, and a loss of volume.
it continues progressing
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