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Author Topic: Pain at the plaque location during and after traction w/ RestoreX: good or bad?  (Read 212 times)

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Hi everyone,

I'm on my second week using RestoreX so I follow the recommended treatment plan: 30 min. twice per day, including 15 min. straight and 15 min. counter-bending.

However, I feel a slight pain at the plaque location during and after traction (usually lasts for several hours, sometimes more). It's especially noticeable when I'm doing the counter-bending. I'm not entirely surprised because, even though I'm in the chronic phase of the disease, the plaque location has always been a bit sensitive. For example, I feel some dull pain after sex with an erection induced by Cialis.

I know the primary goal of doing traction is scar remodeling but the pain has me worried. Is it a good sign because it means I'm stretching up the scar issue? Or am I making things worse?

I'd like to hear your thoughts on that because I'm not sure what to do next. Thanks for your help!
29. Congenital curvature upward. Diagnosed with Peyronie's in 2017. Curve approx. 45° to the left and near the base of the shaft.
Mild Erectile Dysfunction since summer 2020. I take Cialis on demand.
Currently using RestoreX (since 04/21).


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Hey, while I think it's only been 2 weeks since you started traction. Giving it more time will reduce the pain specially if you take cialis 5mg everyday along with it which I highly recommend.
26 year old
45-50 degree downward curve with an indentation on one side when erect.
Using RestoreX and Xiaflex injections
Taking coq10 with daily Cialis 5mg.
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