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 91 
 on: May 16, 2022, 07:59:54 PM 
Started by Curvekiller94 - Last post by Tobyg
This gives me hope.

 92 
 on: May 16, 2022, 06:06:41 PM 
Started by shrunken_dick - Last post by Stepone
Understood, but as I said the Titan restored my girth.
BUT, you need to have a meeting with a HIGH VOLUME implant doctor and find out what they can do for you.
I am not sure where you live, but I would definitely check them out and get real answers.
StepOne

 93 
 on: May 16, 2022, 05:44:17 PM 
Started by Hawk - Last post by Henry1953
Thanks for the information in your reply, as well as from your many other posts.

I got Peyronies Disease in January 2021. I was told by my first urologist to take lots of vitamin E and wait 6 months before I came back, and it probably would be healed by then on its own. After a bit of research I decided to find a new and better informed urologist. My new urologist referred me to Restorex, as I indicated I wanted to start with a more conservative treatment first before jumping into plication, incisions, implants, etc. I started Restorex three months ago. After 4 weeks I started to get blisters and a possible genital wart, probably due to the self adhesive tape. My urologist put me on Imiquimod and it cleared everything up. At this time I can have intercourse, and that's with a 90% erection and a 30 degree curvature. I just started Restorex again today and hopefully will be able to complete the full three month treatment without any further issues. I'm hoping that at the end of three months I won't have to have any type of corrective surgery, but if I do, I'll just do some due diligence on high-volume and successful surgeons. If does get to that point, I'm currently leaning towards Dr. Karpman in California, as he appears to be pretty highly rated and isn't that far from my location.

 94 
 on: May 16, 2022, 05:19:26 PM 
Started by james1947 - Last post by Bak
Name: Bak
Date: May 16, 2022
Level of calcification (if any): mild/low level of calcification
Result: Neutral
Number Of Shots: 8 (4 cycles of 2 shots each, every 6 weeks)
Doctor: James Kashanian, NYC
Modeling: Self, manual and via RestoreX
Summary: Each cycle was made of 2 injections a week. I had 4 cycles in total, each cycle every 6 weeks. The curvature measurement were made prior the first injection of each cycle, in the doctor office. To measure the curvature, I received a medication (injection) to stimulate erection, and the measurement was made with erect penis.

1. Prior to my 1st cycle the curvature was 55 degree, pointing upward.
2. At the beginning of the 2nd cycle, the curvature had worsen to 65-70 degrees. I also developed a bruise after the 2nd injection of this cycle, but not big deal, it went away in one week with no complications
3. At the beginning of the 3rd cycle, the curvature was 55 degrees again.
4. At the beginning of the 4th cycle, the curvature was 45 degrees. I developed a bruise after the 1st injection of this cycle which then went away in a week with no complications.

I am now waiting a few weeks and doing only manipulation with RestoreX and will then decide whether to continue with more Xiaflex injections or not.

 95 
 on: May 16, 2022, 04:50:29 PM 
Started by P11050 - Last post by Bak
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 96 
 on: May 16, 2022, 03:04:46 PM 
Started by shrunken_dick - Last post by Bud luck
The surgery seems to restore the lost girth and that is my main issue, but the surgery is still experimental.

 97 
 on: May 16, 2022, 02:40:25 PM 
Started by shrunken_dick - Last post by Stepone
ShrunkenDick,
It’s a tough call, but I understand what you are saying. I have read some horror stories about guys with small penises wanted increased length, but all the surgeries did was to give false hope and a bad outcome. I guess someday they will figure out a way…and maybe they are closer now, I just wouldn’t want to be the Guinea pig.
Best wishes for you my friend.
StepOne

 98 
 on: May 16, 2022, 02:10:44 PM 
Started by Bud luck - Last post by chrisaaa7
Here is a quote from someone on FT that should give you hope.

“All I can tell you is my experience. I had severe Peyronie's and a resulting plaque mass covering 2/3 of the dorsal side of my dick, with a better than 60 degree curve. I got my implant 14 months ago and it was 100% successful. Granted my surgeon had to do a lot of extra work to break up the plaque, but he did it well. I am ramrod straight with a steel hard boner that's there for as long as I want. So, in the hands of a good surgeon, yes, you can get an implant, and a great sex life.”

 99 
 on: May 16, 2022, 01:52:38 PM 
Started by shrunken_dick - Last post by shrunken_dick
@stepone ; In my opinion these kind of surgery should be reserved for patients with extreme shortening. There is no need you risk your penis if you have above five inch penis.

 100 
 on: May 16, 2022, 11:55:49 AM 
Started by Rica1991 - Last post by Hawk
You are young for an implant IF you get good erections, and you do.  You are guaranteed to need a revision or two unless you die young.

Are you sure you have thoroughly researched all other surgical options?  We have had men who had excision and grafting with good results.  There is a decent chance one surgery would have you in good shape for life even if you felt you needed so traction or VED well after surgery.

I am not suggesting you should do nothing or that you should not have an implant.  Just consider other surgeries or more traction first.

If you do get an implant, the fact that you can get erections would mean you would have the best of all worlds with excellent erection of the glans and spongiosum.

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