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Does xiaflex work with non palpable plaques?
« on: March 10, 2022, 03:54:14 PM »

All the studies say to inject into the plaque. I can't feel any plaque but it is obvious where my lateral curve is. The Dr said he can inject into the penis nearby where the curve is. Does anyone have experience with this?
Age 29 currently
25 degree lateral curve.
Started August 2020 (age 28) after injury
Stable from feb 2021 until September 2021
Started traction June 2021. Worked but increased plaque size
Curve started to get worse September 2021 because of traction


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Re: Does xiaflex work with non palpable plaques?
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2022, 10:28:10 AM »

some plaques cannot be palpated but can be seen through an ultrasound assessment. I think it could be possible to target the location based upon what can be seen in the US. I think I read somewhere that there is even guided ultra sound for xiaflex. my doctor said not all plaques can be palpated but it does not mean that nothing is there. however in some cases the plaque can be centered inside the penile septum, a layer between the two erectile bodies and also part of the tunica albuginea. in that case I can imagine it to be hard to reach it. I think this would be a good question for Dr Trost who does QA on this forum, I think he is the right person to ask this
diagnosed with peyronies disease in Feb. 2020
mid 20
tried VED without much success, Cialis and potaba
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