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Quote from: Luciano on April 05, 2011, 02:14:29 AMWhen you go through all the known side-effects of pentox (Here in europe they have to write them down in the package)Have yourself checked for all those regularely while you are taking such a high dose.
QuoteWhereas the cited trial used the sustained release form, pentoxifylline-SR 400mg orally twice daily, we have successfullyprescribed the immediate release form, pentoxifylline 400mg orally three times daily.
Quote from: Luciano on April 10, 2011, 02:19:38 AM@hopeful_oneI've seen a recent study on oral treatments for Peyronies Disease, that includes Pentox and ubiquinolhere the study pdfhttp://www.andrologyjournal.org/cgi/rapidpdf/jandrol.110.010561v1(found it through the exellent blog of http://www.peyronies-disease.co.uk/)
Quote from: dioporcolorisolvo on May 25, 2011, 06:26:12 PMIs there no substitute to Trental? I'd like assume Trental but i have too many collateral effects.
Quote from: corvette2010 on September 13, 2011, 05:33:38 PMThanks guys appreciate the help. I'll print out those studies and take them with me. Luckily I am a healthy guy, probably could eat somewhat better but for the most part I eat well and have been lifting weights and boxing for years now. I'm not feeling any psychological effects of it, as I can still have sex (the pain afterwards is a annoyance though) and only have a slight bend. With the pain flaring back up I just feel like I should be proactive and try the PAV cocktail. Is there any known side effects of taking that much coq10 or L arginine? That's triple the dosage on the package!
Quote from: fubar on October 05, 2011, 08:21:10 PMGood luck big boyA Corvette wont keep Peyronie's away.bumps and lumps come sometimes much later.when they arrive they do not go away easy.Fubar