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I am looking to buy a seldom used Restorex.
Yes, I would agree that there are what appear to be immediate benefits to overall penis health from even a short time with Restorex.
I have been using mine for 3 weeks now. I don't have any E.D. or indentation
issues to begin with, just curvature. Dorsal curve about 40 degrees, originating about 2 inches from the gland..

So far, 3 weeks in, no noticeable reduction in curvature. Hopefully that will change as I move along. 10 Verapamil injections did nothing to help, maybe even made curvature worse.

Would love to hear any success stories regarding Restorex usage and curvature reduction.
Has anyone used the Medintim?
Oral Treatments for Peyronie's Disease / Re: CBD oil
Last post by Contenerne - May 23, 2024, 05:46:56 PM
I've tried CBD oil for pain, and it really worked for me. It helped with my discomfort and made things a lot more manageable. I know it can be pricey, but it's worth considering. If you're worried about the cost, maybe try a smaller bottle first to see if it works for you. Also, check out the cannabis laws UK; they're pretty strict, so make sure you're buying legally. Anyone else got thoughts or experiences with CBD oil for pain? Let's help each other out!
Perhaps this is a bit TMI but in my subjective experience I've found "use it or lose it" to be true. In my one week of RestoreX usage I've already noticed my ejaculation quality to be improving. Previously, the "clenching" during orgasm was uncomfortable and awkward and seemed to further irritate the injury to my base. I had difficulty with ejaculation which at times was little more than a pathetic dribble. Now that's gone and I'm getting those mindblowing pre-peyronies orgasms and ejaculations again. My curve and indentation is still there (which is to be expected this early in the protocol) but even if RestoreX doesn't fix this, it was absolutely 100% worth every penny just for this improvement alone.
I'm currently trying to decide between Medintim and Soma, which of these do you recommend? Is there a third, better option?
Causes of Peyronies Disease / Re: Electronic cigarettes mess...
Last post by Survivor - May 23, 2024, 10:19:28 AM
The study you mentioned raises important concerns about the potential negative effects of e-cigarettes on blood vessels. And I understand the worry. After facing some health issues, I recently quit smoking e-cigarettes. I switched to other options from And I am feeling much better.
Surgery for Peyronie's Disease / Re: High Volume
Last post by Wilsonmill - May 23, 2024, 07:41:17 AM
Go to the mfgs site, coloplast, AMS, Rigicon and they list the doctors that have used their devices,  from there you can research.  I am doing the same thing, I believe 50 a year is ok, that's 1 a week, good luck on your search.
Causes of Peyronies Disease / Re: Electronic cigarettes mess...
Last post by Stabler - May 23, 2024, 06:23:27 AM
Quote from: shaddyK on May 22, 2024, 08:48:58 AMQuitting nicotine altogether is a commendable step toward better health.

This is a very old post so you may not receive a response, but I appreciate your comment

Xiaflex Injections / Re: FORUM XIAFLEX RESULTS (Res...
Last post by John.Minnesota - May 22, 2024, 11:49:16 PM
After 2 rounds (4 injections of Xiaflex) dorsal curve 50 degrees to 20 degrees, left curve 35 degrees to 15 degrees.  I'm using restorex too - religiously! Two sessions/day, 30 minutes each.  Its uncomfortable and often painful.  Xiaflex injections are totally awful as well.  But the results give me hope after 2+ years of hell!