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Voltage

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A new method.
« on: July 03, 2016, 12:48:54 AM »

Hey guys. So I've been in the traction game for nearly 3 years. I've bought many devices. The best of them was the Phallosan Forte. Some people could sleep in it, but I couldn't. I could wear it for hours and barely feel it. It was however a huge pain in the a$$ whenever I needed to take a piss. So eventually it stopped showing up in my daily routine until finally I decided to give up on my penis altogether.

I used to take 13 pills a day, I would wear an AndroPenis for 6-9 hours a day. I would lay in bed all weekend just to let my dick get stretched out. It got so painful that my scrotum shrank. I took VED twice and somehow messed up the procedure. I thought I was doing it right, but clearly I didn't. I gained an inch worth of extra flabby skin on my shaft that looks ugly. My peyronies thankfully never increased in bend, but I lost what I would describe as 80% of my penile nerve endings. I can't feel the heat in my dick and honestly I'm miserable. I can perform sex, because I've had some success with traction and I'm thankful for that, but I (as I'm sure all of you) wish to see a full recovery. I couldn't keep up with the pills because I developed an intense gag reflex.

So with all that being said, I gave up. Urologists wouldn't help me, I no longer felt I could help myself. But we live every day and we have dreams. So the other day I took action. I thought to myself, there's got to be a better solution. Even better than the Phallosan Forte. Something I could do in my daily life. Something that doesn't get fissiled out by routine. And then I combined items I purchased together.

I use the comfort bands and head piece of the AndroPenis and purchased a velcro waist strap. This one specifically;
Link to Strap

All I do is take my dick and pull it up against my stomach. Point it vertical towards your belly button. Apply the AndroPenis head piece (as well as comfort bands) under your head. I use this to prevent my dick from slipping underneath the velco strap and losing the stretch.

After these steps, simply wrap the strap around your hips, allowing your head to pop out above the top.

It's not the most comfortable method, (only because of the AndroPenis head), but I think I could find something else to replace that eventually. It's more convenient than the Phallosan because I can take it off easily and take a leak. It's also easier to sleep on your stomach, because nothing detaches and there is no extra pain.

Something to think about if you feel like you're out of options.
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Loss of erections since 2014.
Slight bend to left, used to be straight.
Urologist laughed at me and sent me out the door.
Quit traction and solely relied on Cialis from River Pharmacy.
2 years ago, started using cock ring.
Erections no longer work.

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Re: A new method.
« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2016, 04:05:47 PM »

Thanks for your input.  The whole thing, Peyronies, without success gets rather depressing.  Mine got worse while I was on chemotherapy for kidney cancer.  I had lost 2 or 3 inches in length with a big bend to the right, and while on chemo, I lost at least another inch.  I've used VED and a Traction Device and have gotten no where.  It is always good to hear about another possible technique to use.  dplookin
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Re: A new method.
« Reply #2 on: July 03, 2016, 08:08:20 PM »

I'm sorry you have/had to go trough all this dplookin. You'd think that someone who's unlucky enough to get cancer wouldn't be so unlucky to get peyronie's too. It also makes me wonder how many men have had this as a side effect from chemo and if most of them are even able to talk about it. I personally don't have any results with traction and VED either. Abstaining seems to work best for me, but for some reason my anxiety makes it more tempting to "relieve" myself more often than I should. pentox and cialis seem to work a little, but it doesn't stop the progression.
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Age: 25
Date of onset: 17
Symptoms: sharp pains, numbness, change in shape/size, hourglassing and discolaration from jelqing/VED usage as a teen. Diagnosed with a venous leak and possible scarring.
Treatments tried: cialis, pentox and VED didnt help

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Re: A new method.
« Reply #3 on: July 04, 2016, 02:07:03 PM »

Thank you, popopo.  Yes, Chemo is bad stuff.  I can't take Pentox due to side effects I can't handle.  Take Care and Good Luck.  dplookin
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