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chronic pain due to indentation
« on: June 01, 2022, 12:20:21 PM »

hello. for almost a year now I have a second area of deformity on the penis. it is an indentation right below the glans on the left side of the penile shaft. I was previously diagnosed with peyronies disease further down the shaft on the same side. this first deformity has actually somewhat corrected itself and the deformity is now rather minor and I could have lived with it well. however a year later as previously mentioned I sustained a second deformity.

the problem iwht this is on the one hand the loss of volume and girth that is quite bothersome but I expect it to also somewhat improve just like the first one at least I really hope so because the loss in circumference in that spot takes away a lot of pleasure.

however the more major issue is the chronic pain that I have been experiencing in this area ever since. there is a cord like structure above the indentation that does not expand with the rest of the penis. so when I get an erection, this tissue cuts into the erectile bodies leading to the pain. it is a stretching pain, much like when you stretch a tendon that was very overdue to being stretched. it takes away all pleasure and having an erection does not feel good, it feel really uncomfortable and painful.

i have seen an andrologist and he did an assessment, flaccid ultrasound and palpation. he could not find any obvious plaque but acknowledged the deformity and suggested that maybe there is a small scar on the septum of the penis.

has anybody something similar? I really want this pain to go away. I am obviously not in the acute stage as it has been unchanged for 9 months now. I want the circumference back and more so I want the uncomfortable stretching pain to go away because I cannot enjoy sexuality like this.

I should note that it is not an inflammatory pain and it seems to be purely mechanical. imagine someone putting a rubber band around your arm and then tightening it up, pulling until there is deep indentations in the skin. thats what it looks and feels like.

thanks for your time!
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diagnosed with peyronies disease in Feb. 2020
mid 20
tried VED without much success, Cialis and potaba
single

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Re: chronic pain due to indentation
« Reply #1 on: August 31, 2022, 04:38:22 PM »

Hello gobbler. Sorry to have this message of me noticing you as "new reply" when i can actually not help you. But your case and how you describe your pain sounds so similar to mine. Please lets open a chat and you keep me updatet on your progress and vice versa. What do you think?

*EDIT: Actually there are 2 interestings infos that i just stumbled across recently, maybe interesting for you too:

1) Talking about non calcified plaque:
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17287649/
Statin Therapy (Cholesterol lowering drugs) proved helpful

2) MR Neurography
This is a "special" MRT that displays nerves. You should not rule out the option of nerve neuropathy

In my answers i am most focused on the pain, that you have, and that is bothering me so much too.
I have also deformity but not such extreme Erectile Dysfunction like you explained in another post. Still similar cases i think
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25y, injured at 21 :/

Reinjured late 2019 when having sex with weak errection.
No curvature, but rotation of the base to the left about 30degrees
Main problem: chronic flaccid pain.

Trying different stuff now
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