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Just a note that I have been off the forum a lot for the past month.

I was out of state and as soon as I met up with family, I had a kidney stone attack and ended up in the Emergency Room.  It has been a long hassle, but I have been down this road before.  I have been knocked out with anesthesia twice in 7 days and I still have the stone in my left ureter.  I did place a stent so it is generally not painful.

Hopefully, I will catch up but there are a LOT of posts to read.

Prostatectomy 2004, radiation 2009, currently 74 yrs old
After pills, injections, VED - Dr Eid, Titan 22cm implant 8/7/18
Hawk - Updated 10/27/18 - Peyronies Society Forums


Welcome back, Hawk. Sorry about the stone. Can't imagine the pain.  :-\
67, diabetic, retired
20cm 1cm RTE Coloplast Titan 1/30/24 Faysal Yafi


Moderator since 2015- Missouri- I work in the medical field and have strong knowledge of insurance and how to obtain coverage for medication and other treatments. Being a woman I do not have Peyronies but you can ask me anything. I am happy to help.


Hope you're feeling better!  
I have a girlfriend
Age 48, No injury
Diagnosis January 2022  
Six plaques
Hourglassing when flaccid and semi-erect
Only have my congenital curve
Massaging with vitamin E cream twice a day 
5mg Tadalafil, Healthy diet
Discomfort/aching sometimes


Hope alls getting better with the stone Hawk.  
29 y/o diagnosed 13 Jun 22.

went from a slight 30dg bend at glans to whole thing being deformed/loss of length over a year.

trying to find a way out of this all


Prayers for you Hawk.

Nesbit surgery 2015, 66 years young, Titan Implant 4/25/19, 22cm, Dr. Lentz, Duke University NC


I'm sorry to hear that Hawk, hopefully you're better now. I have the same problem so can understand the frustration. Courage  
27 y. o. Peyronies since 2020: very mild S curvature with the top part tilting to the left - 10*. Extensive scarring everywhere, wasting, hourglassing, lumps. Progressive Peyronies Disease, never stabilised. Somewhat acceptable EQ.


Welcome back, Hawk, and all best wishes for a continuing smooth recovery.

Age 64, Peyronie's history 4 years, left side hourglass, 20-degree bend to left, no ED


How is everything now?  Are you feeling any better?

Sorry to hear you went through this
Age 37


Welcome back and wishing you the best while you deal with this painful situation!
Age 37. First symptoms Jan 2019. Small (4mm) calcified plaque near head, and narrowing near plaque, last 1/3 of shaft. Used pentox for 1 year. Still using tadalafil 5mg, coq10. VED & mild traction helping w/ erection quality