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Topical Solution
« on: March 20, 2021, 10:05:30 AM »

Hey guys. When you use Voltaren Diclofenac, do you just put some on and then go about your day?
Because having it on 20 minutes before shower seems ridiculous and won’t do any work.
Am I right?
I used Voltaren yesterday and just took on my underwear and pants and went about my day; later that day I got aching pain at the top of my penis? Maybe that’s because I got some on my glans or something? Or did I put on too much?
A part of my glans is red and irritated.
I don’t understand how Voltaren can cause pain?! That completely contradicts the actual purpose of it? Have any of you guys put Voltaren on your dicks? Did it work? Did you skip the glans?
I just really want something to stop this ongoing inflammation, and it seemed like Voltaren would be the ultimate solution, because of its super-powerful anti-inflammatory properties.
If I do discontinue my use of Voltaren, I will most likely turn to pineapple juice or perhaps jojoba oil and coconut oil.
What do you guys think?
30 degree dorsal curve, immobility and heavy loss of girth.
My body seems to get very inflamed when I masturbate too often or eat unhealthy.
Using antioxidants, Pentox and hirudoid cream, as well as manual traction, heat and Cialis.


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Re: Topical Solution
« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2021, 07:09:25 AM »

Hey bro,

See my post in the topic made by Hawk about Voltaren, and mostly my other post in the topic about Hirudoid cream... You will be thrilled ;-).


- 33 yo, very healthy lifestyle, Peyronies Disease with pain, general hourglassing with girth and length loss since 09/01/17. Still acute.
- Treatments tried: almost everything; few things helped (see my big related post on december 2020), but pain still there...
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