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Author Topic: How can I get rid of hourglassing?  (Read 147 times)

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Mandem29

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How can I get rid of hourglassing?
« on: February 23, 2021, 03:54:25 AM »

I experience hourglassing every now and then and while I don’t get any pain, it is still unsightly to look at. Is there a way to get rid of hourglassing permanently using at home treatments?
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Re: How can I get rid of hourglassing?
« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2021, 04:06:19 AM »

At first I have to say that there is no cure yet for Peyronies Disease. That's why you can only try the most recommended treatments to improve your symptoms like hourglassing. Have you read the Peyronie survival guide of this forum?

For example:
PTT with Penimaster Pro, Phallosan Forte or Restorex
Traction by hand
VED with SomaCorrect, Medintim 3 or Bathmate
Surgery
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26 years old, Peyronie since August 2020, 45° bend to the left, hinge effect and pain
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Daily Tadalafil
Traction 4-8 h
VED
Acetyl-L-Carnitine, Tensiologes, Coq10 and Contractubex
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Improved 10 - 15°
No pain anymore
No Erectile Dysfunction

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Re: How can I get rid of hourglassing?
« Reply #2 on: February 23, 2021, 04:12:15 AM »

I was a victim of a doctor who told me to stretch my penuis while I was doing mri scan on my testcile
Since that time I had hourglass, rubber erections, no erections while standing, however the hourglass went on it is own
Give it sometime
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Re: How can I get rid of hourglassing?
« Reply #3 on: February 23, 2021, 04:41:37 AM »

How long did it take for your hourglass  to disappear?
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Re: How can I get rid of hourglassing?
« Reply #4 on: February 23, 2021, 04:45:06 AM »

Almost 6 months
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Light to Moderate Peyronies Disease started July 2020 (undiagnosed)
Treatment - Some VED
Bend to the left when semi-erect
Developed Erectile Dysfunction for no known reason Jan 2021 requires constant physical stimulation
No Treatment tried for Erectile Dysfunction

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Re: How can I get rid of hourglassing?
« Reply #5 on: February 24, 2021, 02:05:42 AM »

VED, heat in my opinion, traction, and injections (any injection basically). I'm not sure if I personally can recommend injections, but basically the extra volume from PRP, hyaluronic acid, or verapamil etc. can help push the dents out. Injections come with their own risks however.

Cialis can help too, since it will encourage the dents to fill out at night while you sleep.

If I was desperate, I might do cialis and PRP again, but I know that PRP is unproven basically and many of us did not have improvements from it. Just thinking about a last resort. Feel free to disagree with me on this, as I'm not entirely sure about PRP myself.
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