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jim morrison

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PAIN IS BACK BUT HOPEFULLY NOT FOR LONG?
« on: December 26, 2016, 07:46:30 PM »

Hello, I first inured myself 9 months ago, at the beginning of March. Before, I knew what was going on and what was causing the problem, I re-injured (folded) a couple more times, the last time being June. I caught it pretty quickly and started on Pentox, Caritine, Bromelain, Arginine, and a lot of others. Things were going pretty good and I was really working on stabilizing. I have been limiting sexual activity to once per week which really helped. The pain has been gone but I was still having some discomfort. I have an hourglassing deformity that has progressed recently and I also have a bend in semi erect states and post ejaculation bend. I do have a dent where the scar is. However, while 100% erect, my penis is still straight. I do a little bit of stretching when I go to the bathroom or when I am laying on the couch. I am very careful and just barely stretch it opposite of the bend in an effort to straighten and minimize the curve. Well, Christmas morning, I awoke and went to the bathroom, noticed a curve and kinda stretched it opposite the curve like I usually do but this time I think I was a little too erect and now I have pain again. My question is this: Do you think I have to start all over now? Was all of that effort in vein? Is this a re-injury or is it just aggravated? Also, now I was put on Plavix about a month ago so I can't take ibuprophin ect, which really sucks! I haven't asked the Dr if I can keep taking the Pentox yet either. I have been off of it for a couple months now. I kinda cut out the supplements for awhile there because of a health condition, and frankly, I was feeling pretty good and didn't need all of the natural anti inflammatories that I was taking. I never really quit taking the carnitine, arginine, and bromelain though. It has been a very depressing road but I have fought through it and was starting to see some hope until this setback. If you could share your opinion on those couple questions I have, I would very much appreciate it. Happy Holidays to everyone!
Thanks again!
-Jim
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Re: PAIN IS BACK BUT HOPEFULLY NOT FOR LONG?
« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2016, 01:09:37 AM »

Jim

Ask your doctor and if can go back on Pentox. Pentox helped many with the pain
You may want also to consider VED
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Was all of that effort in vein?
I don't think so. Your situation may be much worst without your treatment

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Age 71, Peyronies from Jan 2009 following penis fracture during sex. Severe Erectile Dysfunction.
Lost 2" length and a lot of girth. Late start, still VED, Cialis & Pentox helped. Prostate surgery 2014.
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Re: PAIN IS BACK BUT HOPEFULLY NOT FOR LONG?
« Reply #2 on: December 27, 2016, 11:03:44 AM »

Thank you very much James. Yes, good idea. I am going to call my Dr. to ask if I can be on Pentox again. Or better yet, ask if I can get off of the plavix. It prevents me from taking a lot of drugs that I could really use for inflammation. And yes, I have been wanting to get a VED to try too. The one my uro showed me is fairly expensive so I have been saving up. You just press a button on this one. It is battery operated with a governor so you can't over do it.

They say the active stage is aprox 12-18 months from the onset. Hopefully this isn't a new "onset". That was my biggest fear. Do you have to go through 1 1/2 years of the acute phase each time you aggravate it? I certainly hope not. I guess it would depend on the severity of the damage.
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Re: PAIN IS BACK BUT HOPEFULLY NOT FOR LONG?
« Reply #3 on: December 28, 2016, 02:30:15 AM »

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It is battery operated with a governor so you can't over do it.
Very wrong and dangerous!!! the point is that you should pump to the level that you have no pain or discomfort and not to some theoretical vacuum that may be good for one and very bad for somebody else.
In my opinion, never use an electrical pump!!!
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Re: PAIN IS BACK BUT HOPEFULLY NOT FOR LONG?
« Reply #4 on: January 05, 2017, 09:14:17 AM »

Just thought I would provide a quick update. That stent of pain only lasted 3-4 days. Lately, I have had almost ZERO inflammation and pain. I don't even have any discomfort. This is a WEIRD disease. It almost feels like it did before I got Peyronies Disease. Now I hope it stays this way! Oh, and the Dr allowed me to start taking the Pentox again. That is probably helping as well.
Old Man and James, I will let you guys know when I finally get that VED. Thank you very much and have a wonderful New Year!
-Jim
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