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Keith Walts

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Question
« on: May 29, 2021, 09:33:29 PM »

I'm going to be starting hyperbaric oxygen therapy on Tuesday to try and help my inflammation and erectile dysfunction. There's a couple studies saying that it can help with Erectile Dysfunction. But I've been doing some reading over the weekend and it turns out that Hyperbaric Oxygen will also increase collagen production. Considering that fibrosis and peyronies is made up of collagen, thick non elastic tissue, I'm having serious second thoughts on starting it.

Anybody who knows a lot about this stuff and more about Peyronie's/Collagen/Fibrosis than I do, any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
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Lost around .5 in girth and 1.5 in length
Two ultrasounds found "Mild Corporal Fibrosis"
Bad dents and non healing bruising
please PM any treatments that helped your corporal fibrosis/bruising

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Re: Hyperbaric Oxygen Question
« Reply #1 on: May 30, 2021, 06:27:56 AM »

Hello my friend,

I know little of the treatment your considering. Except there is I tiny and I mean tiny amount of evidence it is beneficial.

However, coincidentally I happen to be reading an article on scar formation and prevention. Some of this information maybe helpful for you to understand scar behaviour and help make an informed choice?

https://www.peyroniesforum.net/index.php/topic,151.0.html

I'd be surprised if you receive many answers to your question. It's a new treatment.

Whatever the outcome. Please could you be good enough to let us know here?

It would be helpful.

Hope you recover.
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Re: Hyperbaric Oxygen Question
« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2021, 08:22:30 AM »

Thanks for the response. If i continue treatments Ill be sure to post on the forums about it.
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23, symptoms started at 21
Hard Flaccid
Lost around .5 in girth and 1.5 in length
Two ultrasounds found "Mild Corporal Fibrosis"
Bad dents and non healing bruising
please PM any treatments that helped your corporal fibrosis/bruising

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Re: Hyperbaric Oxygen Question
« Reply #3 on: March 15, 2022, 07:36:46 PM »

I did 15 hyperbaric oxygen treatments with 9 of them at 2 atmospheres. Didn't do anything for my Peyronie's. It costed $180 per treatment session. Not cheap.
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