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Xiaflex soon
« on: April 23, 2015, 08:53:31 AM »

In a few weeks I'm gonna have my xiaflex injection by dr. Kuehhas. I have been wondering what i should expect from Xiaflex. Why? Because my condition is different from people who suffer from Peyronie. I had a congenital curvature and now I have a fibrotic curvature/indentation towards left. The curvature was produced by fibrosis generated by a big stitch. I have no plaque. I have this big stitch that acts similar to a plaque. The stitch is on the dorsal area, nearby the basis, and the curvature starts about 1 cm from it. So the penis doesn't bend where the stitch is placed. Moreover, it doesn't bend dorsally, but towards left.
I don't know what to think about what I can gain from Xiaflex. Nothing because I have to face a stitch and not a plaque? Or more than normal because of the same reason? 
31 yrs old
Severe congenital curvature. 3 straightening surgeries
Big lump/stitch w/ left deviation after 2012 surgery
Severe Erectile Dysfunction after last one in 2014. Still crooked
Slightly improved w/ shockwave therapy
Looks like only one side of my penis works


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Re: Xiaflex soon
« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2015, 09:37:14 AM »

We will await your report.  I wish I knew more about it, as we all do.  Please update us with results.


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Re: Xiaflex soon
« Reply #2 on: April 23, 2015, 11:26:45 AM »

But fibrosis is still the presence of collagen which is what Xiaflex acts on.

Calling it a plaque or fibrosis is slightly irrelevant here I think.

Xiaflex consists of the enzyme Collagenase which softens collagen. As long as it is injected into whatever collagen you have it should work.

Hope this helps.
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