NEW potential peyronies cure?! starting trials next year!

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Davva93

http://exosurge.com/styled-12/

This new technology is gonna be tested on humans 2024. They need people who are willing to participate in the study. They already did one where they got rid of curvature and scartissue for many people. Its a form of gas that makes medicine travel much deeper into the tissues. Very interesting.

Sonic

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.

thegreycat

Why do these websites always look like absolute garbage? They don't instil much faith.
35. No injury. Lump Feb 22.
Diagnosed Feb 23 after 1 year of symptoms.
Large dent, left hand & upward hinge 50deg. Bad erections.
Supportive partner but severe depression.
VED Oct 22. Traction Feb 23.

nemo

This looks way more like "we're marketing a product" than a research-based scientific breakthrough.

Happy to see how this unfolds, but please don't get your hopes up. What I found most perplexing was their repeated pictures of "improvement" while measuring the penis curve from completely different angles in the "before" and "after" pictures. That proves absolutely nothing.

And I agree - the website is low-rent, at best.

Again, I'm seeing a marketing effort, not something with powerful scientific bona fides.

nemo
51 yrs. old, multiple auto-immune conditions. First episode of Peyronies Disease in 2002. Recurred a couple times since. Over the years I have tried Topical Verapamil, Iontophoresis, all the supps and Cialis + Pentoxifylline. Still functional, always worried.

FrankPD

Age 47, No injury
Diagnosis January 2022  
Six plaques
Hourglassing when flaccid and semi-erect
Still have my congenital curve, no severe curving
Massaging with vitamin E cream twice a day 
5mg Tadalafil, Healthy diet
Discomfort/aching sometimes

Davva93

This technology seems interesting. I wouldnt get my hopes up to 100 but its definitely something positive for our situation. It might hold potential.

ExoSurge® is the world's first clinically-proven treatment to conservatively and permanently remove plaques and fibrosis associated with a Peyronie's diagnosis.

https://exosurge.com/styled-12/

Adri.an93

This piqued my interest, does anyone know more about this? Or is this also just a misrepresentation, and it's about making money?

lgrace

It is always nice to hope but unfortunately their website is a complete mess. There are English mistakes, it is not even finished: notice the "Replace treatment illustration with this image" under the "Peyronie's standards" section, and also the image with "What is a successful Peyronie's TREATEN". My already faint hopes were dead by then. The website also mentions medical fraud, which seems like a cheap case of reverse psychology.

Anyway, another killer is the fact that they claim they have already treated hundreds of patients in Georgia since 2014. If something worked as well as they claim we would know it already.


martin111

This has been already posted here.

https://www.peyroniesforum.net/index.php/topic,19185.0   ADMIN- I have combined the 2 topics here.

I agree with opinions linked above - language mistakes, marketing catchy phrases, no scientific paper published... judge yourself.

Here is another website about this treatment:

https://morgansternhealth.com/peyronies-disease-cure/
early 30s
unclear imaging results
slight left curvature + lump on left distal dorsal part since teenager
2 soft vein-like ribs on right side + small 2 dents around when flaccid
sometimes sensation/aching on right side when flaccid for long time

nemo

Just doesn't look too impressive to me, as a layman. Would be interested to see if Dr. Trost sees any potential here.

nemo
51 yrs. old, multiple auto-immune conditions. First episode of Peyronies Disease in 2002. Recurred a couple times since. Over the years I have tried Topical Verapamil, Iontophoresis, all the supps and Cialis + Pentoxifylline. Still functional, always worried.