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Heading in the right direction thanks to this forum
« on: November 05, 2021, 11:31:43 AM »

I was diagnosed with Peyronies by my Uro in March 2021 but in reality I knew I had the condition since Jan 2021.
At the time I had a very tight 'ring' of plaque around the base of my penis and it literally looked like a tight elastic band was placed at the base - very odd looking hour glassing.
I also had a plaque just below the glans causing curve up and to the left.

Last week, 10 months in or so... I had a Doppler scan and pleased to say that the doctor told me there is no ring of plaque at the base anymore. This feels correct to me as I no longer have any hour glassing at the base.

It is a small win - I still have the curve, but looking back at photos from March 21, the difference is very noticeable. (I started treatment in March).

This is totally down to the advice from this forum and I want to extend my gratitude! Without this forum I would have received virtually no medical advice with the exception of taking Vit E.

My treatment has been VED every day for 10-15 mins + the Survival supplements and 2.5-5mg Cialis + Peni Master Pro as much as I can - probably an average of 2 hours a day due to my job.

It is a slow process and I can advise not constantly measuring/taking photos!!

Good luck to you all.









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31 yrs old- physically fit, eat healthy
Sep 2017, notice occasional painful erection.
Jun 2020, Notice a small hard lump near base
Jan 2021, 20% curve & Hourglassing at base
Scheduled for Ultrasound,
On S.Guide supplements + VED + Manual Traction

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Re: Heading in the right direction thanks to this forum
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2021, 11:54:22 AM »

Although I am not back to "normal" it has been great for me that the last 10 months of efforts have actually achieved something.
I find Traction for hours on end to be a massive ball ache in terms of social life/relaxation after work etc.... so it is nice to see some results/signs.

I recommend the Doppler scan - he confirmed what I was feeling and that takes some of the mystery out of it!
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31 yrs old- physically fit, eat healthy
Sep 2017, notice occasional painful erection.
Jun 2020, Notice a small hard lump near base
Jan 2021, 20% curve & Hourglassing at base
Scheduled for Ultrasound,
On S.Guide supplements + VED + Manual Traction

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Re: Heading in the right direction thanks to this forum
« Reply #2 on: November 07, 2021, 10:37:26 AM »

Ved - 10 mins a day, switching between B and C cylinder.
Roughly following the protocol.
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31 yrs old- physically fit, eat healthy
Sep 2017, notice occasional painful erection.
Jun 2020, Notice a small hard lump near base
Jan 2021, 20% curve & Hourglassing at base
Scheduled for Ultrasound,
On S.Guide supplements + VED + Manual Traction
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