Traction should be gentle. Reduce traction untill it's just a comftable pull. Say around 200g or less. When I first began traction. I instinctively pulled penis up. For 1-2 minutes. Every night before sleeping. The next morning. There was improvement. Had I not got sepsysy. Am sure I would be cured by now. Traction should be very gentle. There should not be pain. Either during or after a session.
I am not sure where you are located but I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Dr. Tariq Hakky in Atlanta GA. He did my husbands revision and is an extremely skilled surgeon. He is also younger, so the chances of him being available for a revision in 10-15 years is good.
My husband is Waveboy if you want to read his journal.
Welcome to the forum. Use the search tab, you'll learn a lot here from personal experiences than you will Googling, I did.
Seems like you're masturbating too much? Penises take a long time to heal, weeks sometimes months. Give it a rest for a month or two and see if you feel better. I'm a man, I know it's not easy but you have to try. If you're going to, use lube extra if you have too.
Keep yourself busy, play video games, go for a walk, hang with friends. Chat with the men here, it helps.
Sorry it has been 5 months since I have been on the forum. Life got in the way at the 3 month mark post 2nd IPP surgery. Between my wife going through menapause and then having surgery then I started man-a-pause! testosterone dropped, energy dropped, drive dropped, depression started. So not much trial with the IPP. Hawk you ask a couple questions one was about PE after IPP but I cant answer that one just yet until life settles down at my house.
Next question you ask about size. Peyronies took 1.5 inches away from me. Then 1st IPP surgeon messed me up bad in tampa florida Dr. Carrion which didn't do the surgery himself but let the residents do it and I lost another 1/2 inch by sizing wrong with wrong placement of pump and reservoir tacked onto my mesh for hernia which was pulling mesh down. Then I went to 2nd surgeon in atlanta GA Dr. Tariq Hakky which was amazing with his surgery of fixing placements and sizing correctly! He was great with bedside manner and very educational before and after surgery of what to expect. So now at 8 months post surgery I am back to my full girth before peyronies and I am 3/4 inch from my original length before peyronies. No curve, straight and hard when I need to be!
first question what is my overall opinion to implants. So I started with peyronies and told if I fixed peyronies with shots in my penis that curve would come back just give it time. Plus I am a hemophiliac so shots options was out. I had to much of a curve to have sex without it hurting me and hurting my wife, so my only option was either no sex or go with IPP. Very stressed in the begining and thought I was loosing my manhood to be honest. Then first surgeon screwed me up which made things worse about opinions. Then Dr. Hakky came along and fixed it right making things MUCH better to where sex was back on the table and no curve with a hard on the was controlled by a pump! My opinion gets better and better by each month then better by each week. I will not lie it is an adjustment of placement of your penis when deflated and then the pump. My wife and I nicknamed it my key fob. Originally I told my wife it was a roommate that my testicles were like 3 is a crowd. So I changed it to key fob. Everything was and adjustment but things getting better faster than I thought. So my opinion is a very high one to IPP and its a great opinion.
If I can help even one person out with concerns towards and IPP with my story that means a lot. This forum has been a great help to my wife and I with education.
I will try to be better at getting back on the forum more often. My life is starting to straighten out again.
Last post by Patrick321 - Yesterday at 09:35:39 PM
I believe regaining full erectile function is good. Any type of stretching-any type I believe is damaging. I would not buy into the ONE claim that stretching worked. Perhaps VED at a very low pressure could be beneficial but even that can overstretch the tissue unnaturally. Best to work on regaining full erectile function.. Regaining full erectile function brings fresh oxygen, nutrients, and blood to the scar for healing Without over-stretching the tissue unnaturally.
Trust me, Dr. Eid will not be working long enough to do your first revision. I would trust any doctor on our surgeon's list, although, like everyone, I would have preferences if all of them were available.