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 on: Today at 06:40:17 AM 
Started by Woman_withman_pd - Last post by Mikel7
Getting input from a woman is very helpful to all of us men here.  Women can add an emotional uplifting to us that we all need regarding this.  Please add your thoughts and comments - you just don't know how lifesaving your words can be!

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 on: Today at 06:36:18 AM 
Started by timberrrrr - Last post by Mikel7
Interesting - keep us informed as to your progress etc....

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 on: Today at 06:33:26 AM 
Started by Jimmi85 - Last post by Mikel7
  There are more romantic things you can say or do, but I am not going to write yet another porn novel. :)


LOL

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 on: Today at 06:06:25 AM 
Started by SkySun - Last post by nemo
SkySun, welcome to the most unfortunate "club" in the world! But seriously, welcome. Your academic approach to this is both commendable and will, I think, prove very valuable in the journey ahead, which for you, I hope is very short and reaches a happy resolution.

Regarding your erections, which you say fade away rather quickly without stimulation. ... When you get erect now, do you also have mild anxiety? Are you a bit desperate to see what condition your penis is in, worried "is it worse?," etc. Are you a bit clammy, maybe a little forehead sweat, and slightly racing heart?

Reason I ask, is I know when I'm having a Peyronie's flare (I've had two in my life and have just begun a third), I am indeed a bit panicky when getting erect. And this anxiety is an erection killer, for sure! 

You may not be suffering such anxiety - I'm just asking in order to rule out a psychological component to this.

Regards,
Nemo

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 on: Today at 05:36:30 AM 
Started by cardawg - Last post by cardawg
I had my implant surgery on the 12th of july. Sent home partially inflated. needed to return to work so dr deflated it enough for me to not look like a pervert while working.  my questions are:

1- is there a best practices regimen like 1 hour full inflate followed by 1 hour deflated etc.
2- i also had my peyronies bend repaired via excision graphting procedure. Does that change my inflation regimen?
3- I hear these stitches should dissolve. How long does it take because they are like sharp pins as the become visible and popping out?
4- How do you know you have reached the pumps maximum inflation?

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 on: Today at 04:57:29 AM 
Started by SkySun - Last post by Wilson
SkySun, Sorry to hear about your troubles. For the second opinion in UK - you can try peyronie specialist Professor David Ralph in London or you can also try two american peyronie specialists who know peyronie issue - Dr. Levine in Chicago or Dr. Brian Christine in Alabama, and it’s not a promotion, but a real experience according to forum members from this main forum. Don’t waste your time on a general urologists. Also you need to accept a new reality and not create a miracle expectations as for example me was living in a miracle during this year sitting in this forum, until yesterday-today I got a personal messages from friends in this forum to accept the new reality and to be realistic. So, now - I’m realist and I don’t hope on a magic anymore. Soon, I will travel to american peyronie specialists too in order to get the realistic help and hope, that it will tremendously help me. All the Best. Sincerely.

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 on: Today at 04:28:56 AM 
Started by Daremo - Last post by Wilson
Daremo, Thanks for detailed answer. Now, I got you. I will try to be a realistic, even though - it’s very hard. Many Thanks for the concern. All the Best. Sincerely.

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 on: Today at 03:02:51 AM 
Started by Juan - Last post by Juan
Hi

I’ve just received the news that I’m covid positive.

I’m worried now because I’ve been doing traction these days, do you think I could have done some damage in the penis? I mean for example the tissue doesn’t regenerate or something like that?

Thanks for your comment I’m bit worried

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 on: Today at 02:32:40 AM 
Started by PatP - Last post by Nolte94
If your tight foreskin is a problem, how do you manage to clean your penis? Pulling back the foreskin should be possible and not only to do traction.

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 on: Today at 12:42:07 AM 
Started by Daremo - Last post by Daremo
Daremo, Thanks for reply. So, you are saying that there is no cure? What do you mean by that? Pills etc? I know that there is no magic cure pills. But, what about surgery? I know, it is makes a member straight again. But, what the real point of the surgery? Does the successful surgery cure peyronie by golden hands of the surgeon? What Mr. Levine says related to this issue? Thanks in advance. Sincerely. (Don’t delete this message as I replied on Daremo’s message to me)

Hey Wilson, I mean once you get Peyronies, there’s no medicine to reverse the effects. The surgery only corrects the damage that the disease has done. I’ve been told it’s unlikely to happen again, but anything is possible I suppose. One the damage sets in, all you can do is basically get surgery to make your erections straight again, and that comes with risk as well as you needing to lower your expectations. Once the disease causes it’s damage, even with surgery, you will never be the same again. Period. A reputable doctor can make you straight, and by removing the scar tissue and plaque buildup, remove the pain, it still won’t be what you had before the damage. This is the hardest thing for us to adjust to. I was very happy with my erections. Strong, straight, and no complaints from the ladies. Where my fiancé now tells me after surgery, sex feels normal to her, and she’s satisfied, it’s still not normal to me. This is a mental hurdle I need to get passed. And I will. I have no choice.

My best advice... don’t look for miracles. Just look for a new normal. As long as it’s straight, and pain free, and you can use it sexually, then it’s a complete success. It may never be as long, or as hard as it was, but it’s better the. Painful and unusable. Dr Levine never gave me false hope or expectations. He was honest with me, and he did what he said he could do. When my procedure was supposed to take 45 minutes, and it took 3 hours, and he said it was much more extensive then he thought, I figured I was in trouble, but honestly, I’m happy with the results. I’m still healing, and anything could change in the next 7 months, but right now, my sex life is back to “normal” and we just adjust to the new normal. Find a good doctor, trust him, keep your expectations realistic, and you’ll come out of this happy!

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