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Author Topic: Does anyone consider traction AND VED together to be overkill?  (Read 1664 times)

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29mUK

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I started using VED some months ago. However, since adding traction into the mix I've noticed an absence of morning glory, & that I seem to require additional pressure using my VED to attain the same pump.

I am 13 weeks into the 26 week VED protocol, which I perform in the mornings before work. I then apply my traction device (a Phallosan Forté) in the evenings, for an average of four or so hours.

I want to do whatever I can to combat the progression of this disease, but I'm a bit anxious that the way in which I'm using both of these methods together could actually be to my detriment.

Anybody have any thoughts or experience on the matter which might put my mind at ease? or provide me with alternative ways of using them both?
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Re: Does anyone consider traction AND VED together to be overkill?
« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2014, 04:12:23 PM »

After 13 weeks are you seeing any improvement with the VED?
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Re: Does anyone consider traction AND VED together to be overkill?
« Reply #2 on: August 23, 2014, 06:41:25 PM »

29mUK

You are saying that:
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since adding traction into the mix I've noticed an absence of morning glory
and in your other topic you are saying:
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I've recently decided to add traction to my treatment plan.... my foreskin to be quite itchy.
How many more signs you need to stop with the traction?

James
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Re: Does anyone consider traction AND VED together to be overkill?
« Reply #3 on: September 04, 2014, 08:01:25 AM »

After 13 weeks are you seeing any improvement with the VED?

I'm in the acute phase, so things have actually gotten a lot worse - though I obviously have no way of knowing whether or not I'd be even worse offorce without use of the VED.
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