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Rp2006

Restorex just not working. Clamping issues. Glans slips out. Tried everything including the pads. I'm done with it. What other traction device works? I currently do VED. Urologist suggested restorex. There has got to be other choices that are effective.
57 year old. injury from catheter from surgery. Now 30 degree upward curve just behind head. married. have completed  gainswave, pshot and currently doing ved. no palpable plaque.Moderate Erectile Dysfunction taking daily cialis. Implant is not off the table.

Sonic

Is your signature updated?

If so I do not see the point in even doing traction for a mild 10° curve.
28 years. Started to develop a rightwards curve in June 2020.
narrowing on right side and about a 20-25° curve to the right.
Weakened erections and instability due to narrowing.

richestorags

Quote from: Rp2006 on November 19, 2022, 02:47:19 PM
Restorex just not working. Clamping issues. Glans slips out. Tried everything including the pads. I'm done with it. What other traction device works? I currently do VED. Urologist suggested restorex. There has got to be other choices that are effective.

Howdy: might you be willing to give RestoreX another try? This is my situation only and may not apply to you. I found that a way to get a secure clamp was to use the makeup pads as you are doing. Remove the clamp from the RestoreX, place yourself through the pelvic ring, clamp down and then click the clamp back in place on the RestoreX. After a minute or so the clamp will force blood out of your glans and you may need to clamp down further by another click or two to maintain a secure hold. I said this in another post, however, after using the aforementioned clamping method for a 30 minute session, I came out looking like a dried up house plant. Things returned to normal within a couple of minutes.
Spontaneous Peyronies Disease onsite approx. 11/2021
Started diet, exercise and Peyronies Disease self care 08/2022:
-RestoreX 2 x per day
-Post-T-Vac 2 x per day
-Meds/Supplements: 5mg Tadalafil, l-arginine, citrulline, Vitamin E, Carnitine, castor oil and hope

Rp2006

I updated my profile. Is there any other traction device that works other than restorex? The design is flawed in my opinion. There has to be a better way other than Smashing the head of my glans.
57 year old. injury from catheter from surgery. Now 30 degree upward curve just behind head. married. have completed  gainswave, pshot and currently doing ved. no palpable plaque.Moderate Erectile Dysfunction taking daily cialis. Implant is not off the table.

Sonic

Penimaster Pro is probably the other most used device these days when it comes to Peyronies patients.

Look it up, you suck your glans into a vaccuum cup using a bulb that comes with the device and use either a rod extender or belt around your knee depending on which one you order.

Based on what I've read on here about it even that device seems to be a hit and miss.

Sadly not a single traction device works flawlessly. They all have negative aspects to them.
28 years. Started to develop a rightwards curve in June 2020.
narrowing on right side and about a 20-25° curve to the right.
Weakened erections and instability due to narrowing.

Pfract

Quote from: Rp2006 on November 21, 2022, 06:23:09 PM
I updated my profile. Is there any other traction device that works other than restorex? The design is flawed in my opinion. There has to be a better way other than Smashing the head of my glans.

You are doing it wrong. You clamp behind the glans. Not on it. If you have a foreskin, retract it all the way back and clamp on the ridge. Works perfect. Just takes some getting used to. And the stretching power is unlike anything else. Have to try it to believe it. See my "restorex traction diary".

https://www.peyroniesforum.net/index.php/topic,17356.0.html
Penile fracture during sex, Portugal 2014 - [url=http://www.peyroniesforum.net/index.php/topic,11131.0.html]Penile Implant Forum -Tech info compilation and Index - Peyronies Society Forums[/url]

richie2222

Do you mean you clamp it kind of where the head meets the shaft? 
41 M
20 degree curvature to the left
Diagnosed Aug 2022
Also have BPH (I think finasteride caused my Peronies)
Currently on 2.5mg cialis  and 400mg of Pentox (twice a day)
Started Restorex on 11/17/22

Rp2006

Pfract I don't understand. Wouldn't I be clamping the shaft if I did that. I thought you only clamp the head.
57 year old. injury from catheter from surgery. Now 30 degree upward curve just behind head. married. have completed  gainswave, pshot and currently doing ved. no palpable plaque.Moderate Erectile Dysfunction taking daily cialis. Implant is not off the table.

MrDoh

Quote from: Rp2006 on November 23, 2022, 03:02:07 PM
Pfract I don't understand. Wouldn't I be clamping the shaft if I did that. I thought you only clamp the head.

There's two parts to the clamp, the flat faces that clamp on your glans, and the clamp latch. Yes, your glans is in between the clamp faces, but the latch goes where the shaft meets the glans.

Is that clearer?

Pfract

Quote from: Rp2006 on November 23, 2022, 03:02:07 PM
Pfract I don't understand. Wouldn't I be clamping the shaft if I did that. I thought you only clamp the head.

You "clamp the shaft" but, just right before the glans. You don't squish on the glans. Like i said, check my whole thread. I have lot's of pictures there and i wrote a lot about the difficulties i had in the beginning trying to use it. I was doing it wrong, etc.

So please... have a look.
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Jamesblue

Oh come on now !!
It's simple,, the upper and lower ridges on the clamp face are positioned immediately after the ridge on your dick head then clamped down tight.
June 2021- observed curve
September - increased curve
October - confirmed Peyronies, refered onwards to Peyronies specialist Urologist - November
Meanwhile immediately commenced traction with RestoreX after initial  visit and confirmation

dingowarrior

If you are clamping in the wrong spot would there be a lot of pain?  I try to clamp where it's been talked about and usually settle where there's zero pain (seems to be in the area all of you are describing to clamp down)
39 yo married

Started in Feb 2022 with very slight curve upwards

Now at 15-20 degrees upward

Using Pentox and started Restorex

BiggerLongerStraighter

I'll buy it from you  - DM me

tsp

RestoreX is supposedly the safest on your glans. The vacuum devices can cause blisters and the loop before the corona devices can injure the corona.

It takes a few minutes to clamp down hard enough with RestoreX and you shouldn't clamp for more than 30 minutes at a time, but if you follow these instructions RestoreX is safe.
51 years old
Peyronie's onset in 2009, diagnosed in 2021.
Indentation in the left CC near the base.
Lost 2 inches, regained 1 with RestoreX
Cause: injury due to wife's vaginismus.

JohnVermont

Give it another go! Wrap your penis well and it's not painful.

And your body gets used to it.

Restorex saved my life. It can save you too.

I was so hopeless. My dick lost 3 inches easy. And flaccid it was so small I peed myself when sitting down on the toilet. It couldn't even point downward. I was impotent too.

I started using it and very soon after my dick got thick and long when flaccid and impotence reversed. Over the next 10 months I was very happy with regaining at least 2 inches back and improvement on the curve.

Now even though I love how things are I decided to return to doing it in the hopes of getting 100% back to where I was, but I'm happy with the results.

Good luck. Also eat anti inflammatory foods.
55 yrs Old
Curve upwards, slight dent at base on right causing slight turn to the right
lost 2 inches.
Erectile Dysfunction, yes.
Using RestoreX traction device and liking it. I have hope.