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Anbil

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Looking for advice on fixing a small dent on their penis?
« on: June 08, 2021, 02:20:57 PM »

So a few months ago I started having pain soreness on my left shaft under the glans.
It eventually went away but I noticed after measuring the area I lost a few mms of girth, it feels narrower in my hand now as well.

Currently it doesn't really hurt often however the dent hasn't recovered. I am on pentox and cialis.
This didn't seem to have stopped the formation of the dent and now I am worried it's going to keep progressing.

Is there anything I can do to fill out my penis again?
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Re: Looking for advice on fixing a small dent on their penis?
« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2021, 04:40:27 PM »

If it’s just a dent. Don’t do anything. Don’t masurbate don’t do traction, don’t do ved. This is my personal opinion. Just leave it be for at least a month and see what happens. If it progresses at least you know it’s the disease. If you do traction or ved. Then you will never know if you are making it worse or if it’s just the progression. If it’s only a small dent and a little thinning that something you can deal with. Just give it some time.
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34 yrs Old, Healthy very active
Possibly injured penis or took too much Cialis
Symptoms starting January-February 2021
First dent seen April 4, 2021, painful erections

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Re: Looking for advice on fixing a small dent on their penis?
« Reply #2 on: June 08, 2021, 05:03:04 PM »

If it’s just a dent. Don’t do anything. Don’t masurbate don’t do traction, don’t do ved. This is my personal opinion. Just leave it be for at least a month and see what happens. If it progresses at least you know it’s the disease. If you do traction or ved. Then you will never know if you are making it worse or if it’s just the progression. If it’s only a small dent and a little thinning that something you can deal with. Just give it some time.

It already progressed from initial symptoms of pain. It's small but definitely noticeable, when I grip my member the change in size at that area is obvious. After a few months of waiting I think this could be peyronies. If it is then what are my steps in order to fix it? Im already taking pentoxy and cialis.

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Re: Looking for advice on fixing a small dent on their penis?
« Reply #3 on: June 10, 2021, 07:12:54 AM »

I'm experiencing the same thing. I might wait for a month or two to see what happens with the dent. Then I will begin traction & VED.
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22 Years Old.
Multiple plaques. 30 Degrees Dorsal and 30 Degrees Right.

Current Treatments:
- Pentox 400mg x2 daily
- Cialis 5mg at night
- Diclofenac for pain when needed
- Ubiquinol 150mg x2 daily
- L citrulline 2g
- Acetyl l-carnitine 2g
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