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Quote from: MattFoley on October 04, 2013, 01:06:45 AM-I heard you need to take care of venous 'the quicker the better.' What does that mean? Aside from an operation, how could I take care of it (assuming I may have it)? Would a constrictor work just fine? I'm happy with that.Depending on your budget:(1) VED every day for 30 minutes or more.(2) Wear a constriction ring after the VED to hold the blood as long as possible.(3) Use a traction device for at least 4 hours per day.(4) Take a good amount of L-Arginine or Citrulline every day and eat protein & cut out sugars and other useless carbs.(5) Raise your testosterone. Also, consider injecting Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG)(6) Inject HGH(7) Begin PRP treatment( Stem cell injections
QuoteSo, i should not use traction?I've actually purchased andropeyronie
Quotehave not told my parents
QuoteI've done testosterone tests and the result is normal
Quoteassuming i'm taking viagra or levitra or cialis, at a state of depressed mind...
Quotei can get access of is serrapeptase and nattokinase
QuoteIs this the end of my sexual life?
Quote from: emo_boy17 on August 17, 2014, 11:02:41 AMHello guys, I wonder if anyone tried this The Lover Band for venous leakage problem?it's called the loverband...is it safe to use a constriction band if i had 45 degree bend downwards? does it help?