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Got diagnosed with Peyronies. Here is my doctor's plan
« on: September 06, 2021, 11:05:58 AM »

Finally, after a lot of hesitation (more fear than anything else) and went to a specialist doctor to get my Peyronie's diagnosed and a plan on what to do next.

In a nutshell, here are the results after the examination from the doctor:

- I'm passed the initial stage when the plaques are forming. He said that if I had come on that stage it would have been easier to eliminate them.

- Nonetheless, I have 2 plaques, not calcified yet, meaning the process is still ongoing. Curvature of about 30 degrees to my right. No other symptoms.

After the diagnosis, the doctor suggested the following treatment plan:

- 1 pill a day of Tadalafil Accord 5Mg - This is to improve the quality of my erection (apparently it's sort of Viagra competitor). This should be complemented by a vacuum device used twice a day for 5 minutes)
- 6 Injections of Introna 25MIU/ 2,5 Ml. These should be injected every week. After the 6 dosage I should photograph my penis to see if there was any improvement in the curvature. However, the injection's main purpose is to avoid calcification of the plaques.
- If after this treatment the curvature does not improve he suggested a surgery, where they would shorten my penis in about 1 cm but that they guarantee it would solve the curvature issue. There is also another type of surgery (for the same effect) where they lengthen the penis in about 1 cm, but this one is a bit more complicated and implies the application of some sort of mesh fiber in the penis. The doctor said he would not recommend the second one. 

So, I'm one week away from starting the treatment but I'm hesitating. Why? My question is simple: how painful are the injections in the penis? Any side effects to be expected? Has any of you went through a similar treatment? If yes, can you please share the experience?

Thank you
51 y Old, married, 2 kids. Symptoms started beginning of 2020. Just recently got my diagnose: no pain, no other symptoms besides a 30% curvature on the penis. Plaques still did not calcify.


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Re: Got diagnosed with Peyronies. Here is my doctor's plan
« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2021, 02:32:28 PM »

Are you not able to have sex with a 30 degree curvature?
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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