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Positive Developments
« on: January 10, 2022, 03:11:22 AM »

Hello everybody,

scanning through the forum is actually quite frustrating for me. It seems like most of us get worse. Is there anyone in that can report that got better or at least stopped peyronies and went back to a "normal" life. I have peyronies since 2 months and so far not really any problems, but I'm really scared what will happen in the future. It would be great to get my hopes up. I know if one person gets better, does not mean I will get better but at least you have hope that there is a chance
1 knot in the penis septum since end of 11/2021
No pain, no curve, small dent but not visible, hardly can feel the dent, could be there before Peyronies Disease.
First not calcified, now visible
Meds:Potaba & Citrullin
Diet:Plant based but meat & fish once a while


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Re: Positive Developments
« Reply #1 on: January 10, 2022, 03:44:38 AM »

You might want to check the "Improvement" section of the forum.

The posts there are somewhat scarce, but I guess most who improve just leave the forum for good...
36 years old, married
Symptoms since trauma in July 21:
Calcified nodule in septum near glans
Calcified plaque dorsal and lateral
Pain (flaccid/erect), 30° upwards curvature, hourglassing
Tadalafil, Potaba, PTX and supplements


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Re: Positive Developments
« Reply #2 on: January 11, 2022, 05:35:20 AM »

It sounds like you are still in the "acute" stage where things are very unstable and unpredictable as far as pain and deformity goes. This time frame can last anywhere from 6 months to over a year sometimes. When you reach the stable phase things calm down but you must be careful because there are instances where it can go back into the acute stage again.
Lump April 2020, age 60 , Dr Levine 6-26-20,
Dorsal Curve 11-1-20 , Peyronies
Vit E400mg, COQ10, ALCAR, Heat Therapy, Penimaster, Pentox, Cialis
had SNHL 7-31-20 - Stopped all Meds because ototoxicity  Heat/traction/VED are working.
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