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Vacuum Cupping of Dents
« on: January 25, 2015, 02:17:32 PM »

I have had peyronies for over a year now with the main symptom being indentation, very little curve. From the reading I've done, it seems that there is limited success in a majority of the cases here with dents.

I am not sure if this is new as I didn't find anything specifically related to cupping of the penis here, but I gather it may be beneficial to scarring in other areas of the body and it may also improve blood and lymph circulation, or at least these are some of the many claims.

I was wondering if this could somehow be applied to the penis, in the areas of scarring only, not the entire penis like the VED, in essence pulling out these areas (wishfully thinking I know) or a least providing some benefit.  I know this will have some kind of effect, good or bad, but what?

Well..... I contemplated making some kind of vacuum cup small enough for the penis, but to my surprise a search on EBay shows that small mini cups are already being manufactured which are used for face.

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Application: I suppose, maintaining some degree of erection to expose the indentations or scarring would be necessary first, and then lightly applying the vacuum cup to these areas.

What do you all think?  Would you try this? Or would you say it's too risky? I am not suggesting anyone to start doing this, only to gather your opinions, I wouldn't want anyone to harm themselves further as this is a real possibility. 

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Re: Vacuum Cupping of Dents
« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2015, 06:12:09 PM »

James I read the rules, I'm not a vendor or a spammer, can you please put the link back up to people can see what it is I'm talking about, thanks.
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Re: Vacuum Cupping of Dents
« Reply #2 on: January 25, 2015, 09:48:08 PM »

"In 2009 Dr. Timothy Abreu of the Gush Institute and Dr. Keith Kwon Nguyen of the Eastern Australian Men's
Health and Fitness Association debuted a new suction-based treatment that shows promise in reducing the severity
and discomfort of Peyronie's disease. Unfortunately the clinical trials were cut short after over 30 cases of necrosis"

This has been posted on wikipedia (now removed) for a long time, and I cannot find the original source. Be careful I guess. If anyone can locate the original study that would be very helpful.

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Re: Vacuum Cupping of Dents
« Reply #3 on: January 26, 2015, 02:46:29 AM »

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Age 71, Peyronies from Jan 2009 following penis fracture during sex. Severe Erectile Dysfunction.
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Re: Vacuum Cupping of Dents
« Reply #4 on: January 26, 2015, 02:21:13 PM »

Neov, thanks for the input. I looked for the study, but couldn't find it. Sure wish we could find out exactly what they were doing. It definitely sounds like an aggressive method was used in that experiment, but it is very good to know what can happen when suction is applied.

If it did show some promise, it would be nice to know why that was, and after even 1 case of necrosis, you would think that they would have adjusted the method.  Even traction, and VED have their limits.  One is 2 hours, the other is 15 minutes. I'm sure the same thing would apply but who knows.

In the method I am describing, it would be similar to how it is traditionally done on someones back, in the scar tissue only. They do make mini silicone suction cups perfect to try it on ones penis, but of course, how much is too much? How much is to long? Something that would take some close observation and testing in a clinical setting. 
 
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