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Quote from: Mikel7 on November 03, 2023, 05:56:37 AMYou need to try using some heat therapy on your penis for pain. The info for it is in the forum. It basically is applying gentle heat to your entire groin/penile area for about 30 minutes at a time - never to burn. I use a heating pad on low wrapped in a towel and it works wonders.
Quote from: Mikel7 on November 03, 2023, 06:54:00 PMYou are sounding more positive and getting a plan in your mind that is positive! We have ALL been where you are at! We know the experience and dreadful thoughts and feelings with anything damaging to our prized possession....our penis. You did get some good information from your tests and should dwell on that. Quitting porn is something also to strive for as it will have it's merits. We are a community that cares and loves our members like a family. The world of Dr's has swept peyronies under the carpet because it is not a money maker for them. You need to keep educating yourself and keep telling yourself that YOU WILL MALE IT through this time in your life and come out better afterwards.
QuoteI feel sensations of warm liquid like blood and urination specifically from the left side of the glans.
Quote from: bent_narsil on February 03, 2024, 10:03:17 AMThe US with erection will provide the best detail in terms of deformity to the penis as well as curvature, but according to the Dr I'm seeing, and Dr. Trost in this forum, it does not show plaque, scar tissue, or fibrosis. From my understanding this is up to the Dr's experience and observation. I'm worried about the chance of it causing scar tissue and more damage, but a train professional is doing this while there are millions of men who inject themselves all the time, so I'm trying not to catastrophize this as well.
Quote from: bent_narsil on February 03, 2024, 05:42:11 PMHey Sonic,Thank you for replying. I have a second Ultrasound with the Urologist I first saw in two weeks. From my understanding we are checking for progression of curvature, and feeling for scar tissue and plaque. I'm honestly scared of the procedure for the above reason of scarring and fibrosis, and I don't like the treating urologist. Most urologists I've seen are complete assholes. Do you think its worth doing? Am I making the scarring a bigger thing than it is?
Quote from: Sonic on February 03, 2024, 08:12:41 PMUsually it's if the erection gets so strong that it doesn't go down and the doctor has to do another injection to get it down.