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orriw

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What is stopping me entering the chronic phase?
« on: March 24, 2021, 11:45:28 AM »

The injury was 3 years ago... a small popping sound, loss of errection, some pain. Not too much no swelling. I wish it wad because then i may habe visited the doc immediately but i didnt. I went way to late (2 months later) when i realized something was wrong that i have still pain. Now, 3 years later almost nothing changed. The pain, after sex and masturbation or just having a hard one for a few minutes is still there and the curving has only worsened after i probably reinjured it once again a year ago (the penis is clearly more sensitive to damage because that was way less traumatic than the first injury).
I do not know why tge progress doesnt stop and i become pain free? Guys do you have any idea? Can it be due to masturbation? I cant go much longer than 3 days without... and i am not too gentle. Do you have any other idea? It bothers me so much that i cant at least achieve the pain free chronic phase or just less pain. I also have no plaques. Its almost like i am in constant imflammatory phase. I dont smoke, i changed my diet, lots of supplement. What else? I am too scared to try ved or traction because if i get pain just from sex, how will he react from pulling it? Any help appreciated.
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Injured early 2018
Reinjured late 2019 when having sex with not full errection
Congenital curvature to the bottom, with Peyronies Disease additionally penis torsion to the left.
Pain since injury (never left) after sex, bad food....
Trying different stuff now.

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Re: What is stopping me entering the chronic phase?
« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2021, 02:49:36 PM »

hello. i assume you already visited an urologist that has knowledge about this disease (most don't).
anyway i advise to try to abstain from sex for a while indeed. i too used to feel very soft pain after i used my penis so i supposed it was slowing down the stabilization.
also the specialists i consulted warned me against the use of traction so i personally don't touch that.
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20 yo, Peyronies Disease 2020(55 degrees down) + congenital curve
loss of length, stable erection, sensation. hourglassing
antioxidants, hyaluronic acid injected & oral, maybe Yachia in future
Recently started VED 2x a week
Still wants sex and a relationship

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Re: What is stopping me entering the chronic phase?
« Reply #2 on: June 07, 2021, 09:31:22 AM »

Have you tried hyperthermia (rice sock method)? It made the pain go away for me (acute phase)...
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50 yrs old, Single, not in a relationship
bent penis (20°) and penile fibrosis Since Mar 2021, after a penile fracture untreated. After 2 months, the bent has progressed to 30° with permanent pain... Peyronies for sure.
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