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Just a quick update that I've tried out the RestoreX.

And wow, it's a very uneasy and unnatural experience.

I hope I'm doing it correctly, and the device just takes some getting used to and is a shock for everybody when they first start?

As I really didn't think the head of my penis could squash down like that, and it was also extremely odd seeing my penis stretched that far.

I also had some pain using the device, and my penis kept slipping out. So I may have to order the pads recommended here – as I feel the ones I bought locally aren't doing the best job.

Anyway, I'm not sure how I'm going to make it to wearing the device for 30 minutes, but hopefully things get easier and I stress less about it over time.
I have one for sale used but like new with instruction book. Leave a reply.
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Penile Implants / Re: Penile Implant at 21 ?
Last post by IwillbeatPD - November 19, 2023, 06:15:16 PM
100% you can. In a worst case scenario, you could get an implant and be back to having sex in 4-6 weeks. So just remember that, it's always an option.

But again, definitely try all the other methods before you even go down the road of thinking about an implant.
And you are selling it because.........?
Causes of Peyronies Disease / Re: Cause of my Peyronie's?
Last post by dc123 - November 19, 2023, 02:08:21 PM
As I said, Xiaflex and Restorex did nothing for me but pretty impressed that Restorex alone helped you. Great! I won't do an implant for a variety of reasons: it's permanent, no going back; it's artificial, mechanical, a prosthesis; it's pretty obvious, especially when flaccid; I have no doubt it's uncomfortable, including when you're flaccid; I have read about the extreme pain shortly after implantation, no thanks. However, If I was a young man with no other choice, I might be willing to tolerate all the negatives (which are highly subjective and, no doubt, vary with each person). But I'm 72 and it's too much for me to contemplate. I might try plication, which I thought you got from Dr. Levine, oops. But you do have Erectile Dysfunction (like me)?

I've taken Cialis, along with every other Erectile Dysfunction drug, with no ill effects. Pretty shocking your hearing was damaged by it but weirder things have happened with other drug side effects. My knee replacement recovery roommate said he became legally blind after an arrhythmia medication iv drip following his quadruple bypass. Coincidentally, I had the same bypass. BTW, do you use a hearing aid? Response optional, of course.
Developmental Drugs & Treatments / Re: who thinks what?
Last post by Adri.an93 - November 19, 2023, 08:48:18 AM
honestly, I don't believe it either!

I would direct you to Men's Chem website which says specifically NOT to use Eroxon if you have Peyronie's Disease.
Maybe it will make it worse.,(such%20as%20Peyronie's%20Disease).
You've asked a few times in your post if something you wrote is appropriate.  The answer is that this is a serious forum by concerned individuals who want to learn from one another's experiences and help one another.  We also want to welcome anyone who is in physical or emotional pain due to Peyronie's disease.  Anything which is intended to meet that objective is appropriate to post.  Is there anything you want to ask the forum, and is there anything you would like to teach the forum?  Do you have symptoms of Peyronie's?
Thank you in advance for giving us a thoughtful answer.

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Developmental Drugs & Treatments / Re: who thinks what?
Last post by Mikel7 - November 19, 2023, 05:48:46 AM
I would want to actually see those published studies on this gas they inject into your penis. OUCH! What if your penis explodes? They also talk about VED and traction and Cialis which is nothing really new. It all sounds like a ploy to obtain more patients and $$$