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porterrobinson

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improvement in deformity but loss of length
« on: June 01, 2021, 03:21:40 PM »

hello everyone. over the past 2 months i have seen improvement in the deformity. i have not been doing any treatments other than daily pde5i and sporadically using a penis pump. mx curvature has gone down snd the indentstion has somewhat filled, hinge has reduced to maxbe 10degree to the left. the deformity probably improved by more than 50%

however i have recently measured my penis and bone pressed is now merely a bit over 5 inches when before it was over 5.5 inches. so i have lost around half an inch in length. this is really depressing to me as my penis at 5.5 pressed to the pubic bone is depressingly short.

i would rather have the deformity and curvature back than the loss in length as this has always been something i was concerned about. how coukd this happen? i apparently was in the stable phase already for a few months. my erections when measuring have the same strength as they always do on cialis.

i wonder if the deformity keeps reducing i will end up with an even shorter albeit straigther penis. its like a natural plication it seems? anyone had this happrn? what can i do to recover the lost 1/2 inch? ive been using a pump but its really not a great fit for me as i cant get fully engronged in it without damaging my penis due to the girth but not length expansion

i aant a normal length penis bsck, 5 inch bone pressed is really emasculating:(
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Re: improvement in deformity but loss of length
« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2021, 04:19:40 PM »

If you have length loss or concerned about length, why are you not doing traction using a device like RestoreX to gain and maintain length ? Have you not read the survival guide ?
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Re: improvement in deformity but loss of length
« Reply #2 on: June 01, 2021, 04:24:08 PM »

i am not w big fan of traction, i tried it once and it actually reinflammed my peyronies. also i feel like traction doesnt let sou gain back actual sizex instead it just pulls out the internal penis a bit more. but this will probably not be a permanent gain and itll retract a few motnhs or years down the line. so i consider it kind of worthless. i have read the guide, probably 20 times
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Re: improvement in deformity but loss of length
« Reply #3 on: June 16, 2021, 05:05:28 PM »

If you are having no pain and progression and saying your erections are back to normal. Consider yourself extremely lucky. I know you think size matters but going from 5.5 to 5 is nothing. It’s already in the average to smaller size. You are still considered small. There’s guys on here that went from 8 to 7 inches and there are still considered big. I know people hate hearing this because I am the same way. We just want our dicks back to normal. But the longer I have this disease I just want progression to stop and I think I will be able to come to terms with my deformities. Hopefully
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Re: improvement in deformity but loss of length
« Reply #4 on: June 16, 2021, 05:47:35 PM »

im sorry but its hard to follow your argumentation. i should consider myself lucky because i am small anyway so being smaller doesnt even matter? and its miles better to go from 8-7 inches. THAT is nothing. i find what you said very hard to understand
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Re: improvement in deformity but loss of length
« Reply #5 on: June 16, 2021, 10:42:17 PM »

If one midget is an inch taller than the other midget no ones looking at the shorter midget and saying omg he’s so much smaller!! They aren’t going to notice ones an inch taller. They are just going to see two short people.

Hence when a girl see your dick they are just going to see it as a small or average size  dick. You having that extra half inch isn’t going to change their view from you having a small dick to a big one.

Obviously I’m with you. I don’t want to lose any length or girth. Who would? But In the grand scheme of things. I was just saying if all you lost was half an inch but you are in no pain, and able to have sex, and have good erection quality. I believe that’s a win.

I guess simply put I was just trying to say don’t get too caught up in half an inch?

But I understand. This disease messes with everyone’s.
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