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QuoteDiscussing the findings, study co-author Landon Trost, MD, said, "The study wasn't real surprising, but it was more so when we started implementing it that you notice it right away in clinic, because we'd have patients who would send us pictures after the fact. And we had some that would get a single injection and were fully straight, which we'd never had before. And so we immediately knew that there was something to this." Trost is the director of the Male Fertility and Peyronie's Clinic in Orem, Utah.
Quote from: Sebtp1973 on August 20, 2022, 12:46:20 AMWell I saw my bill for my first round. The insurance company was charged $35k, and my insurance says I'm responsible for $2,500! Wasn't expecting that. I got pre-approved, and was led to believe my out of pocket would be $400 per round, and Endo would reimburse me for that. I was expecting essentially zero out of pocket. Ugh, if each round is $2500, I will probably stop at round two (scheduled for next week).I'm going to call my insurance company next week to see if there is a mistake or something still needs to be processed. I'll also see how much Endo is willing to reimburse.
Quote from: BMarc on August 27, 2022, 12:53:03 PMCongrats on the improvement! Did your initial curve have a dent or hinge? If so is that narrowing looking better also?