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Title: What is a Peyronies dent?
Post by: Thepweybljnder on October 22, 2021, 08:19:46 AM
Hello Dr, just  quick question. If someone has a small indentation, (like the size of a grain of rice), does that mean the person has peyronies? What is classified as a peyronies dent? And if there is a slight curve or bend that is considered normal, how can a dent be distinguished between the point where the penis curves (point of curvature). And can dents be caused my veins, I.e. slight bruising? If one recognised slight bruising (very small and faint) in the area of the dent, does that mean there‚Äôs going to be peyronies plaque forming?

Thanks
Title: Re: What is a Peyronies dent?
Post by: Thepweybljnder on October 22, 2021, 08:38:18 AM
Sorry just another follow up question. Do these dents, as a result of bruising or tissue damage heal by themselves by reducing activity, or do they remain persistent and develop into peyronies? Would just love to get some insight into this.

Thanks
Title: Re: What is a Peyronies dent?
Post by: Hawk on October 22, 2021, 11:02:49 PM
Your topic containing two posts was moved from Dr. Trost's Board for several reasons.  Any of these would have been reason to move the post.

1. You have not even familiarized yourself with Dr. Trost's name and repeated addressed him with the wrong name
2. You did not clearly think through your question so you could make a clear, concise post.  You ultimately made two posts trying to ask your question.  If you have to write a draft first and correct it or fine-tune it, then do that.  Do NOT try to work out the questions you are posting it.
3. You have not filled in your signature line that gives necessary background information about your case.
4. You don't even provide your actual country of residence which is very relevant when responding to your questions
5. The answer to your question is common, well-known information available in hundreds of posts on the forum.  It is not the caliber of question that requires the doctor to take up his free time to answer.  If you had made more than eight posts on the forum, you would likely have the answer to this simple question.  Dr. Trost is not here, so you don't have to read or ask basic questions on the forum. He has limited time away from his practice and his family.  Please respect that time.