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Quote from: Hricco on September 28, 2022, 11:26:49 AMHi There yes its completely possible to have a thriving sex life . In my research, and reading and learning. Most cases aren't that bad. It started for me in 2018. mild pain, slight curve and twist, there were some dents but they smoothed out. I had just gotten together with my current girlfriend at that time, and was super worried about how the sex might be, or not be. Im 47yrs old, and starting struggling with Erectile Dysfunction a few years prior to the onset of Peyronies. But, her and i have an incredibly satisfying sex life, I use Cialis as well, and that seems to do the trick. it definitely feels different, sometimes it feels a bit detached if that makes sense....but overall, its a mild case for me, about 8 - 10 degree curve, its been stable for three years, and we have ALOT of sex, so i wouldn't worry to much I understand the mental aspect....its still with me, I wonder what the future is going to hold in this department, but you're young, you dont think its that bad, so go have fun! Hope this helps
Quote from: nemo on October 03, 2022, 05:37:29 AMonce the pain went away, my sex life was even better (maybe due to maturity and stamina and whatnot).
Quote from: nemo on October 03, 2022, 05:37:29 AMIndeed. The best sex of my life was after Peyronies Disease, I think I was 31 at the time. We always go to the worst case scenario in our head, and I understand that. But if I look at my life (I'm now 51), I can honestly say, even though I was shaped a little differently after Peyronies Disease, once the pain went away, my sex life was even better (maybe due to maturity and stamina and whatnot). So, don't assume the worst. Deal with the hand you've been dealt and know that for many men, Peyronies Disease is not a "death sentence" and, in fact, doesn't even slow them down. They simply deal with a slight change in shape and enjoy life. nemo
Quote from: Mikel7 on October 04, 2022, 06:18:01 AMFulfilling sex is not just about the actual orgasm but rather all of the things surrounding it. Touching, holding, caressing, exploring etc....really getting to know your partner. It is an emotional bond too. Your mindset and brain play a very big role in it. If you are preoccupied with anything it can hamper it.
Quote from: thegreycat on October 03, 2022, 09:33:10 AMHow long did it take for the pain to go away? I'm 7 months in now and it's just unbearable to get an erection at the moment still.I have a SomaCorrect on the way, hoping that can help stretch stuff out.
Quote from: Bud luck on October 04, 2022, 10:21:38 AM My girlfriend hates affection, she only likes sex and she is multi orgasmic, we are on vacation and we are having intercourse penetration twice everyday, is getting harder for me to keep it up her high sex drive and she is 51!!!!!
Quote from: Hricco on October 04, 2022, 09:51:25 AMAgreed completely, the act of sex is not really to get to the finish line as fast as possible. There are nights my girlfriend and I just fool around, and have fun. We have very intimate encounters without actually having intercourse. and it's SUPER connective and makes for a very fulfilling relationship and experience with each other. @thegreycat have you seen a doc yet? 7 months is a long time to have pain like that. Soma correct is great, I would also start manual traction if you can. Look up NeoV on this forum or on YouTube hes got great videos on how to do manual traction
Quote from: Bud luck on October 04, 2022, 10:21:38 AMIt all depends also on how your partner is, some women prefer oral, some women are happy with just affection, some women don't like sex and some women love penetration. My girlfriend hates affection, she only likes sex and she is multi orgasmic, we are on vacation and we are having intercorse penetration twice everyday, is getting harder for me to keep it up her high sex drive and she is 51!!!!!
Quote from: Bud luck on October 06, 2022, 02:24:18 PMMy penis head leans to the left and I also have slightly rotation, also narrowing.
Quote from: Jamesblue on October 07, 2022, 08:36:52 AMWhy get concerned about your penis appearance. Most women don't care or even think about that stuff, their interest is in enjoying sex and having a kind gentle man.