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bentoboy

Hi there,

I have a question regarding counter-bending using RestoreX. The problem is that I have plaque pretty much on every side and because of that I'm afraid that RestoreX could potentially worsen the curvature and cause more plaque.

Anyone has a similar problem? what's your advice?
26 y. o. Peyronie since 2020: upward congenital curvature from the bottom - 20*; twist and curve to the left - 25*; two visible dents on the left side; multiple plaques everywhere; no pain

Vitamins; Tadafil; traction/bending; VED - nothing worked

Pfract

Hey Bento!

From all that i have read, in my opinion you shouldn't be worried about it. The purpose of using restorex is to after time, somehow remodel the plaque so you end up straightening your penis even if a bit.


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jj21

Good idea to ask Dr Trost in the medical specialists forum.

I have multiple dents and found that straight traction was best. Counter-bending just aggravated things for me.

I think in a post, Dr Trost mentions that for some people with multiple plaques, he recommends bending in each direction.

J
33 yrs old
Peyronies for 4 years now
Got better but then got worse
Mild erect curvature but major Loss of girth, dents and significant semi-erect curve
Moderate Erectile Dysfunction
Re-started VED, also using Restorex