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Welcome to J Francois Eid, MD - Directly answering member questions in the "Medical Professionals" section below the Treatment boards.
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 on: Today at 12:19:47 PM 
Started by gobbler - Last post by gobbler
Havn't heard from you in a few weeks how are you doing man? Still the same?

hey. I have seen zero improvement. erections are just painful which I assume is due to the scar tissue which is sparse but I think spreading throughout the right erectile body making it malfunction and painful. I have given up on ever achieving a satisfying sexual experience ever again. depressing af. also got more depressed and insecure about other parts of my body again like my very aggressive hair loss which I why 12 days ago I went back on finasteride(anti androgen)  on a full dose. it will not make my Erectile Dysfunction and peyronies better, in fact it will probably make it worse in the end. however what is worse than being impotent and having a malformed penis is being impotent, having a malformed penis and looking like an 85 year old man in your late twenties. that affects not only my sex life which never existed in the first place but also other parts of my social life and on a fundamental level my emotional well being which is already total trash having been depressed for 8 years. for the penile pain I take a non steroidal pain killer. it is sick indeed that it came this far but thats what it is, I hate this situation and my life is a mess because of it but its not going to get better anyway especially because doctors are passive and disinterested as [email protected]< so thats the update

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 on: Today at 12:09:01 PM 
Started by Daxos - Last post by Daxos
Hey guys,

Wanted to get your experience, knowledge and thoughts on my situation.
I have been having minor flaccid pain in the base of my penis. It has been exactly 60 days since the pain started. The pain is not constantly present, but comes and goes during the day.
It feels a but like a dull pain, but the pain severity is mostly very low.

I have been afraid of Peyronie's in the past, so that's why this is scaring me now too.
I am also aware of pelvic floor issues, have been having them for a while, but this is the first time that a specific pain has lasted this long.

My question is the following:
After 60 days of having ONLY minor flaccid pain, could I regard this pain from a different cause than Peyronie's Disease?

I have a hard time finding answers on how fast Peyronie's Disease progresses, so thats why I am asking. Right now I have no other symptoms besides the small flaccid pain after 60 days, so that says to me that I can't have Peyronie's, but I really want to ask you guys before I start getting happy.

Do you think my chances of not having Peyronie's are good?

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 on: Today at 10:43:20 AM 
Started by TallyHacker - Last post by TallyHacker
Thank you for your response.

Right - with pain as guide - and with the understanding that even light masturbation is not a good idea, just yet (gonna wait 'til completely ready - I'm not messing this up!) - it seems to be of no harm, and, I would guess, some help.

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 on: Today at 10:37:22 AM 
Started by MarkDS - Last post by MarkDS
Ah, ok.  I think one of the issue is that the pressure is every different when standing and sitting.  Sitting down the tension is so much more.  I wonder if there is something better when sitting at a desk for hours on end?

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 on: Today at 09:57:34 AM 
Started by TallyHacker - Last post by LWillisjr
I had excision and grafting in 2008. Your experience sounds similar to mine. My doctor told me NOT to rush things and let full healing happen. Said it was OK to get an erection, and that the pain would also be my guide. Meaning if the pain was too great this would like kill the erection. He did say for sure no intercourse for 6 weeks. I had a slight sensation around the degloving scar for near 8 weeks or so. After 3-4 months everything was healed and fully functioning. I don't recall when the wife and I actually started having intercourse again after the initial 6 week post op period. I do recall the doctor suggesting that we start with gentle masturbation at first.

I have 1 son and 1 daughter. All were grown and married at the time. We sat down with each of them and explained in detail what I was going through and explained Peyronies disease. I don't know if any of them would be susceptible to Peyronies, but all of them could get hurt due to an injury. So basically wanted to caution them all to "be careful".

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 on: Today at 09:54:00 AM 
Started by Bruva - Last post by TallyHacker
I had some pain, upon erection (though I chalked it up to the "hurts-so-good" kind, initially), as my peyronie's disease-related calcification, plaque, or whatever we call it - a hard little football shape, in there - "matured."

Upon my first uro app't., doc said it's gotta stablize.

I hurt it, more, before it did, so the hardness became greater, the mild pain continuing. Eventually, there was no more pain, as the problem did stabilize.

My penis gained a 90% bend. My wife and I could not engage in vaginal intercourse, for about 2 years; even after the plaque stabilized, I was waiting out COVID.

I'm 10 days post-op, now.

So far, so good. I'm healing up, pretty quick, and there's been little pain, only some pressure upon gaining an erection.

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 on: Today at 09:48:44 AM 
Started by Moochalaki - Last post by LWillisjr

So why are my erections soft? Is the plaque blocking the flow to the end of my penis? Because that is what it looks and feels like. Also, my libido is almost zero. Does Peyronie's affect mind/penis arousal too?


Yes,
Our mind and mental status probably has the most impact on the ability to achieve and maintain an erection. Peyronies makes us constantly aware that we "have a problem". And this certainly causes anxiety and impacts libido and erection quality.

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 on: Today at 09:44:30 AM 
Started by YoungPrince - Last post by LWillisjr
I recently watched a Webinar by Dr. Levine. And he explains there that PDES inhibitors (like Viagra, Cialis, etc.) don't increase arousal. They aid in helping to maintain an erection. It still takes arousal initiated by the brain (sight, smell, touch) to initiate the erection process.

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 on: Today at 09:32:08 AM 
Started by manofintegrity - Last post by LWillisjr
Bending your penis in your shorts is not enough to cause an injury or bending to your penis. If it was so then everyone would have a bent penis.

Are you talking about a curve when flaccid or erect?

Nocturnal emissions at your age are completely normal. Especially if you are not masturbating. Your body just continues to manufacture seminal fluid to the point that it will just leak out your urethra. Especially at night as you will get nocturnal erections whil you are sleeping. You can't blame that on anything else.

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 on: Today at 09:19:06 AM 
Started by Mcrmale - Last post by LWillisjr
The bruise alone doesn't mean Payronies is back or worse. But it is strange the bruise appeared, and you don't seem to know what may have caused it.

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