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#1
Quote from: Mikel7 on Yesterday at 06:45:38 PMI cannot feel any remaining plaques but I still have an upward curvature towards my glans of about 15 to 20 degrees. I never had any curvature before peyronies as everything was straight as an arrow. I still do occasional traction and VED which does help with my erections since I can't take any meds.

That's great news.

Which treatments did you do to get rid of plaques?
#2
Quote from: PD_CHI on January 17, 2021, 10:12:46 AMI have a script for Verapamil Gel from Peyronies Disease labs and I just started using it with DMSO  I am using DMSO roll-on with Aloe from Amazon,  Says it is 99.9 pure.   Question, should I just roll the DMSO on and then put the gel on, or the reverse?  What is the correct use of this combo?   I have not had any discomfort or reaction and have been doing it for about a week with the DMSO first and then the Gel.  I have been using the V-Gel for 2 months by itself.



Any update?
#3
Has anyone actually tried H100 and if so can you update us with your experience please?
#4
Quote from: Sonic on April 17, 2024, 12:29:27 PMSpeaking of Cialis and prolonged erections I have a question. I had an episode around 4 years ago where I was taking this, (10mg). Woke up one morning with a erection that was quite literally hard as a rock, I wouldn't say it was painful but it definitely felt uncomfortable, took around 30 mins for this to go down, the issue is I do not know how long this erection lasted in the sleep. I hade some penile aching for around 3 days after this episode.

Sometimes i think to myself that I might have had a priapism while sleeping and that this event is what triggered my peyronies or some type of inflammatory process. Could it be possible?

Sorry for the late response but I don't know.  The solidness I feel some mornings are really unlike anything I've ever felt down there.  For that reason I don't think it caused my Peyronies Disease.
#5
I have a few questions on CC, is here the best place?

I'm late into the game so to speak - I'm 69. I have thought many things since finding this forum, please bear with me.
I don't need any "blue pills" so lets get that out of the way first.

Years and years of not knowing of any available treatment. And them trying to sort through my head space prompts this post. Sex has usually been "doable" with most partners, but certain aspects are very limited. And the stigma that goes along with it does play with you head. I'd like to get myself a little "gift" while I still can (so to speak) 

Am I to old for plication surgery?

Does medicare cover anything like this?

In my general area (Milwaukee Wi) how does one find a doctor? Urologists that advertise in my area show treatments for Peyronies but not CC.

Thanks in advance
#6
I am a firm believer in the PMP delivering some of my success at restoring my lost length. Now keep in mind that you need to invest a lot more time with this device as it is a more gentle pulling force. I also split up my time with 3 hours in the early morning and then 3 to 4 hours in the evening. Both devices have there plusses and minuses.
#7
Quote from: Tobyg on Yesterday at 12:50:14 PMI recommend doing squats, I only do 30 a day and I have better erections. During physical exercise the penis can retract, don't be scared.

I do weighted leg exercises 1 day a week. Are your squats weighted with a bar? Everyday - wow.
#8
I cannot feel any remaining plaques but I still have an upward curvature towards my glans of about 15 to 20 degrees. I never had any curvature before peyronies as everything was straight as an arrow. I still do occasional traction and VED which does help with my erections since I can't take any meds.
#9
Penile Implants / Re: pump bulb flat
Last post by philtered - Yesterday at 04:53:50 PM
Quote from: Hawk on June 14, 2024, 09:09:46 PMSorry, I just saw this.  My guess is that you have simply maxed out and emptied the reservoir into the cylinders. I can do this with my implant, but it takes a very hard final squeeze or two.  In the slight chance you have a leak, just like the doctor said, it would have become quite clear by now.

  Thanks hawk that puts my mind at ease.I pump up to the max then leave it for a while then do some more pumps. It's on third set of pumps it goes flat, i think thats maxed out and the resevoir is empty. I'll keep an eye on it though and hope things stay like that.
#10
Quote from: Mikel7 on Yesterday at 05:28:23 AMover time slowly shrunk in size then dissolved altogether.

I'm pretty sure this is the case for scar tissue in general, unless in an unfortunate case of peyronies the plaque calcifies. Assuming it doesn't calcify though, it begs the question to me as how peyronies can be a lifelong condition. If the plaque shrinks or fades completely over a period of years, would the curve not get straighter and straighter as the scar gets smaller and smaller?