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Phil Dupuytrens

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Phil (A newbie)
« on: September 30, 2012, 08:26:54 AM »

Hi Angus and every one else.. Im new to this site today, but here goes.

Age 52

Peyronies on set at 33 ish.

A quick review of th past.

First noticed Dupuytrens in right palm in 1979 when 19. Had first opperation in 1981, as you know this is a middle aged diesease and so it caused great interest at Stoke on Trent. Staffordshire. Englands hospital, as I was there youngest case ever. So my visits were held in great interest with students and a photo history was made for there learnings.

Years have past and many opperations and a amputation of left little finger, leaves me resigned to living with it.

Then in around 1993 I felt I'd damaged my penis with lets say a over excited session with a police women :o!!!! (Oh yes this is true) This then had me attending the hospital and after various tests they said I'd "strained" it.. Then months past and pain was there and a constriction had started that occurred below the head on the shaft. This led to a upward curve and decreased lack of blood flow to the head and making it painful and a smaller head.. Dam..

Years have past and I've now started with Dupuytrens contracture in the feet. Th reason I mention the DC so much in this, is that the doctors all say its connected with our Scandinavian ancestral gene, that gives us the DC and Peyronies. (have you all heard this??) so how the hell they did all that rape and pillaging happen i'll never know, but they must or we wouldn't be here today..

So this week I've been the hospital after a report on Radio 4 discussing Xiaflex. A collagenase clostridium histolyticum injection that is used in America and will be here shortly. I asked my specialist about this and he hadn't heard of it and will report back on his findings..

So this is were I'm up to today. Bent hands, feet and willy.. But luckily the wife wouldn't have it any other way. :P

PS: Angus please post on a board for all to see as I'm new to this and might not be successful..

Thanks for reading

Phil (one of our viking brother's)
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