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Author Topic: Two years after the trauma, still losing penis volume. (Graphic)  (Read 2915 times)

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Bud luck

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Re: Two years after the trauma, still losing penis volume. (Graphic)
« Reply #50 on: July 10, 2022, 06:59:54 PM »

Well, how do I suppose to feel? I got a Trimix injection that caused me fibrosis, then I decided to get the P-shot and that caused more fibrosis on my fibrotic area causing rotation and more deviation due to excessive fibrosis on my left side, I keep  making my condition worse following non proven alternative therapies.
I totally agree with you, I need therapy and antidepressants, because mentally I'm getting worse. Thank you for your advice
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My first symptoms started early in 2019
I tried Traction device, Pentofixiline, Q10, TRT, L-Argenine, cialis
I have narrowing/dent/hinge on the left side of my shaft
My Erectile Dysfunction is getting worse
Had a PRP shot Aug 2021
I have a girlfriend
Age 46

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Re: Two years after the trauma, still losing penis volume. (Graphic)
« Reply #51 on: July 10, 2022, 08:16:01 PM »

I won’t give any direct advice but one option would be to see a clinical physiologist or psychiatrist as soon as possible. You could also read up on the side effects of SSRIs before going down that route. Something to also discuss with a clinician.
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No deformity or Erectile Dysfunction. Discomfort (which is improving gradually). Months of stress preceded symptoms. Discomfort can be palpated on practically the whole penis but it comes and goes. I can’t find plaque. Latest urologist doubts that it is Peyronies Disease.

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Re: Two years after the trauma, still losing penis volume. (Graphic)
« Reply #52 on: July 10, 2022, 09:12:04 PM »

I was on SSRI'S before, it lowered my libido and I had a hard time "coming".
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My first symptoms started early in 2019
I tried Traction device, Pentofixiline, Q10, TRT, L-Argenine, cialis
I have narrowing/dent/hinge on the left side of my shaft
My Erectile Dysfunction is getting worse
Had a PRP shot Aug 2021
I have a girlfriend
Age 46

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Re: Two years after the trauma, still losing penis volume. (Graphic)
« Reply #53 on: July 15, 2022, 09:36:41 AM »

I can see that the OP is muted but I just wanna tell you @Bud Luck in regards to your suspicion about ligament damage my uro told me it is often interconnected. There could be peyronies scarring thats affected the ligaments. Sounded strange to me but it could be the case. Watching the erect pics your lateral curve is not even near the 60 degree spectrum pal one thing that's for certain is that peyronies patients often over estimate their curves. Looks like a 20 degree curve at most. I'd say 15.

Here's my best advice to a fellow hurting forum member with this stupid disease. First off, you say all standard traditional treatments have made you worse, okay, then adress this first and stop them all and let your dick rest. Secondly try get in touch with a real good understadning urologist (I know it's not easy) And discuss the absolute best treatment for you. I also suffer from this shithole disease and have become really depressed about it but you can't let it eat you up like you are doing. Instead you have to think about the fact that with the proper treatment or surgery you will one day be healed like so many others have become.
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28 years. Started to develop a rightwards curve in June 2020.
Indentation on right side and about a 20-25° curve to the right.
Weakened erections and instability due to indentation.

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Re: Two years after the trauma, still losing penis volume. (Graphic)
« Reply #54 on: August 05, 2022, 07:35:14 AM »

I am sorry you have to go through this.
Looking at your history reminds me of myself, but my problem started at about 50 and took about 10 years to get to the point where I needed surgery.
My cautions would be to avoid injections. I personally believe they compounded my problem. They helped me with my erections but I believe they also caused scar tissue which caused narrowing and shortening.
I would also not recommend a surgery to fix the dent. I had a modified Nesbit which fixed my curve
, the dent, and the hinge. I wish I had gone straight to the implant as the modified Nesbit caused substantial shortening, narrowing, and some sensitivity loss.
If I were you, I would use erection drugs if needed and I might even look into the shock wave treatments and VED with caution.
Stay on here and let us know how you progress.
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Nesbit surgery 2015, 66 years young, Titan Implant 4/25/19, 22cm, Dr. Lentz, Duke University NC
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