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gsc55

Has anyone tried the ExoSurge at the Atlanta, GA clinic to treat their Peyronie's disease?
Here is the link to the website with detailed information on this treatment.

https://morganstern.com/peyronies-disease/

The process sounds like it was well researched and according to the site, it has a complete cure rate. The downside, by their own admission, is it is costly as it is still considered an experimental process. The average out of pocket cost is $16,000! Yikes.  
Age: 67
ED & Peyronies Disease. Diagnosed by urologist of Peyronie's disease, Sep 2021. Problems started Nov 2020. Significant left curve @ 90°.
Feb 2023 - 1st appointment at Morganstern Urology clinic in Atlanta, GA

Pfract

Hey man. This Was an interesting post. I have not seen their website before. They make a lot of bold claims.... It doesn't sound sketchy, but in the end I was left with the impression that this is shockwave therapy but improved. I haven't heard of anybody from the board that went there and got cured like they mention.

It makes me wonder if they have medical papers on this and if they don't why not at this point, if they are so sure?

Hopefully more members will chime in with their experiences.  

Bud luck

I will like to see the proof of those claims, I would like to see real patients, pictures of before and after......
If it was true, it would already be reported on the scientific journals. I don't think is ethic to claim that men with Peroynes/fibrosis had been cured.
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 ED is getting worse
Had a PRP shot Aug 2021
I have a girlfriend
Age 46

Bud luck

On their website they claimed they cured over 1000 men, how come we never had a guy on this forum claiming being cured of Peroynes/fibrosis at that "clinic"? Don't you think is suspicious?. Don't you think Dr Trost or other world renowned Doctors would mention anything about it?. I've already been scammed by the P-shot and the shock waves therapy, all these "therapies" are not proven to fix Peroynes/fibrosis
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 ED is getting worse
Had a PRP shot Aug 2021
I have a girlfriend
Age 46

gsc55

I'm circling back around to this post I made earlier this year. I was hoping to see some positive responses but, it appears no one has tried this treatment or even heard of it.

I'm still a bit in disbelief that my sex life is over for the rest of my life. My wife (of 30 years) and I have not had sex since this all started now almost 2 years ago. I feel real bad for some of you guys that are much younger than me (I'm now 67).  
Age: 67
ED & Peyronies Disease. Diagnosed by urologist of Peyronie's disease, Sep 2021. Problems started Nov 2020. Significant left curve @ 90°.
Feb 2023 - 1st appointment at Morganstern Urology clinic in Atlanta, GA

Mr man

Quote from: gsc55 on May 24, 2022, 08:27:23 AM
Has anyone tried the ExoSurge at the Atlanta, GA clinic to treat their Peyronie's disease?


I haven't tried it but the link has a lot to say about other treatments and nothing to say how it works? There little scientific disclosure. For $16000.00 I would expect some knowledge based information. It's far from enough to convince me to part with money.
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Sonic

Quote from: gsc55 on October 19, 2022, 02:24:53 PM
I'm circling back around to this post I made earlier this year. I was hoping to see some positive responses but, it appears no one has tried this treatment or even heard of it.

I'm still a bit in disbelief that my sex life is over for the rest of my life. My wife (of 30 years) and I have not had sex since this all started now almost 2 years ago. I feel real bad for some of you guys that are much younger than me (I'm now 67).

Considering you are 67 and have ED have you considered going down the implant route?
30 years. Sudden rightwards curve detected in June 2020
Narrowing on right side and about a 20° curve to the right.
ED + instability due to narrowing.

CCat

Have been doing a bit more research on this article and wanted to pass along what I'm finding. So the OP shows the link to the Atlanta Clinic. This is a bit more universal. Hope it helps and continues the conversation. From what I'm reading, there is a permanent cure for Peyronies Disease, 100% success rate, and it's coming very quickly. Looks legit. Fingers crossed.

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Bud luck

Where are all the men that got fix at Exosurge?, Are they Doctors?, Do they have any proof to validate their claims?.  
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 ED is getting worse
Had a PRP shot Aug 2021
I have a girlfriend
Age 46

projectpd

So, they don't say what they do except for shockwave, verapamil, and xiaflex which they have already criticised a few paragraphs earlier in their own pitch? Its ridiculous
Age 57, Onset 2010, 2" shortening, shrinking and angulation of glans, weaker erections, 30 degree bend. Mild pain few months, but far from worst symptom. Tried many ideas, not just from here, but not consistently. Moderate improvement, maybe 40%

CCat

Unfortunately, the commercial link I posted (which was removed) showed exactly what they did and do to permanently remove the plaque. Didn't realize posting that link was against forum rules. Just do a Google search and you can see what they do. Sorry for breaking the rules. In thinking about it, I also don't think it was a "commercial" link as they weren't trying to sell anything, other than possibly trying to interest licensed urologists in check out their upcoming product. It was not directed to John Q public. If you do go to their site, look at the Technology link near the top and you'll see what they do. Please advise if this is breaking the rules.
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Pfract

Quote from: CCat on December 13, 2022, 05:37:42 PM
Unfortunately, the commercial link I posted (which was removed) showed exactly what they did and do to permanently remove the plaque. Didn't realize posting that link was against forum rules. Just do a Google search and you can see what they do. Sorry for breaking the rules. In thinking about it, I also don't think it was a "commercial" link as they weren't trying to sell anything, other than possibly trying to interest licensed urologists in check out their upcoming product. It was not directed to John Q public. If you do go to their site, look at the Technology link near the top and you'll see what they do. Please advise if this is breaking the rules.

Seems like a sham to me. Other licensed urologists? where are they? how?

LWillisjr

CCat,
When a new person joins the forum, no background information, and their first 2 posts are to a commercial site...... You have to admit seemed suspicious.  
Developed peyronies 2007 - 70 degree dorsal curve
Traction/MEDs/Injections/Surgery 2008 16 years Peyronies free now
My History

hope4thebest

The only thing I found interesting is that they mentioned "macronutrients" and testing for them. Actually, they meant MICROnutrienta, not MACRO, but it's still something that I think most people here pay little or no attention to. This is illness probably happens at least in part due to our bodies' inability to contain oxidative stress. The question is why? Well, one obvious reason is inaufficient levels of micronutrients like copper, maanganese, selenium, glutathione precursors (amino acids glycine and cysteine). Many other micronutrients may be involved in an individual case. I would highly recommend anyone dealing with this to ensure that you have an excellent nutritional status. The best resource I've found is Chris Masterjohn. Just google it. He has a lot of free info. It's a rabbit hole ans there's a lot to learn, but it's worth it.

Silly me, I forgot to mention the simplest things like vitamins E and C, but everyone already knows about those here.
Trauma 2022 August, first deformation seen 2022 November. Very mild curve to the right. Indentation on the right side below the glans. Now hourglass just below the glans. Looking for treatment options.

CCat

This will probably be my last reply on this topic. I'm 71 yrs old, have had Peyronies Disease for about 10 months now and while it's not the worst thing that ever happened to me, it's a bit dis-heartening. I see all the "where's the proof" and "it looks like a sham" replies to my post but I'd like to point one simple thing out. This is NOT my thread. I didn't start it. I stated as much when I posted after doing some research on this method and it looked like it had some promise so I simply passed that info on to others that have the same problem as me. The obvious "commercial link" is the one given by the OP in which they ARE trying to sell you something. My "commercial link" was nothing more than an info site. I've done IT work for 40+ years (still working) and quite proficient in researching and thought I'd try help others.  If I had started this thread and used that "commercial" link, then maybe all this hub-bub would have some merit. Instead, I think I'll do my own research and keep to myself. I expected a forum that folks with Peyronies Disease would share ideas and new discoveries which is all I was doing, because Peyronies Disease is a crappy problem. Didn't exactly turn out that way. Quite the welcome to the forum. Guess I need to be here for 10-15 years first. I'll just read what others are doing from here on out.
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Quote from: CCat on December 13, 2022, 05:37:42 PM
Unfortunately, the commercial link I posted (which was removed) showed exactly what they did and do to permanently remove the plaque. Didn't realize posting that link was against forum rules. Just do a Google search and you can see what they do. Sorry for breaking the rules. In thinking about it, I also don't think it was a "commercial" link as they weren't trying to sell anything, other than possibly trying to interest licensed urologists in check out their upcoming product. It was not directed to John Q public. If you do go to their site, look at the Technology link near the top and you'll see what they do. Please advise if this is breaking the rules.
I found it, and do not find it viable, but maybe in the future.

For 16K, I would want quicker results and FULL restoration to no bend. Their site shows photos from 40° to 20°, 70° to 20° and 50° to 25° meaning it's not completely gone.

On top of the 16K, you'll have multiple round trips to Atlanta (the first site in this post, which appears to be the only place to get it done at the moment), hotel and other expenses, and still an average of 9 months (could be shorter or longer) to see results.

Maybe in the future as it improves, becomes adopted, and hopefully cheaper.

Edit: They have a placeholder on the page to become a participant in National Clinical Trials. This should be checked every so often. Perhaps when it is in place, that might be a way to avoid the 16K fee and have it done closer to wherever you live. At $0.00 and local (or near local) I'd be ecstatic for a reduction down to 20° and taking 9months or a little longer. For 16K + travel, I want an immediate fix and no curve.  
52 yrs old, sudden onset (5/2022) to 80° curve, always had ~15 but usable, now it is not although no ED issues. No pain.
Plaque at base and along shaft.
Trying Nutrition, RestoreX, VED to start, will consider other options if no improvement later.

gsc55

I am the original person who posted the question on ExoSurge. Yes, new to the site (back then) and, I had not been back since but, I'm not a sham trying to send people to a commercial site as someone claimed.

Anyway, since my original post, I made the decision to reach out to the Morganstern Urology clinic after speaking to a rep for a good hour. Rather than post a lot here, I'm going to start a new thread as I make my journey with this clinic. I will share results and any findings as they happen. I did have my initial first appointment at the clinic in Atlanta, with my wife in attendance.  
Age: 67
ED & Peyronies Disease. Diagnosed by urologist of Peyronie's disease, Sep 2021. Problems started Nov 2020. Significant left curve @ 90°.
Feb 2023 - 1st appointment at Morganstern Urology clinic in Atlanta, GA

njelbowdrop

Hi Gsc55,


Have you tried to the Exosurge treatment? I'm curious about it as well. Thank you.
39 years old
 
35 degree curve after quitting Finasteride
Significant ED since college, but no deformity. Starting to believe I've had scar tissue since then.
PMP - 6 hours a day. Curve unchanged but works wonders for ED I have had half my life.

gsc55

I would be interested in hearing the details on the exact treatment. When I went to the clinic Exosurge wasn't even mentioned.  
Age: 67
ED & Peyronies Disease. Diagnosed by urologist of Peyronie's disease, Sep 2021. Problems started Nov 2020. Significant left curve @ 90°.
Feb 2023 - 1st appointment at Morganstern Urology clinic in Atlanta, GA

njelbowdrop

You didn't ask? Treatments did they discuss with you?


This is the rejuvall place in ATL I assume.
39 years old
 
35 degree curve after quitting Finasteride
Significant ED since college, but no deformity. Starting to believe I've had scar tissue since then.
PMP - 6 hours a day. Curve unchanged but works wonders for ED I have had half my life.

gsc55

Quote from: njelbowdrop on February 24, 2024, 01:42:56 PMHi Gsc55,
Have you tried to the Exosurge treatment? I'm curious about it as well. Thank you.

It was not mentioned to me on my initial visit and exam. "Various treatments" were not fully specified by the PA that I saw. He talked about traction, injections, etc. But, he never mentioned the term EXOSURGE and, I forgot to ask that specific question.

For several reasons, I never went back. My wife was with me and we both did not get really good feelings about the place.  
Age: 67
ED & Peyronies Disease. Diagnosed by urologist of Peyronie's disease, Sep 2021. Problems started Nov 2020. Significant left curve @ 90°.
Feb 2023 - 1st appointment at Morganstern Urology clinic in Atlanta, GA

njelbowdrop

so for the record, some guy came on this post saying he got the treatment and it changed his life, and I asked for more information and he sent me a lengthy PM about it which was very detailed. He's now banished. Guessing he was kicked off. I can't tell if it was real but he was super detailed in his description. Not sure if I should share it? It seems like a very different experience than you, GSC55. Because he describes EXOSURGE in great detail.
39 years old
 
35 degree curve after quitting Finasteride
Significant ED since college, but no deformity. Starting to believe I've had scar tissue since then.
PMP - 6 hours a day. Curve unchanged but works wonders for ED I have had half my life.