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 on: Today at 12:31:37 AM 
Started by Days_For_Hope - Last post by Atoka
Days For Hope,

Did you do the PRP?


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 on: Yesterday at 09:18:51 PM 
Started by Mostek - Last post by Mostek
does anyone have any experience with shockwave therapy, I just recently found out that it might be usefully to remove plaque from Peyronies Disease. any help from actually users would be helpful. thank you for your time.

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 on: Yesterday at 06:06:56 PM 
Started by letstryandfixit - Last post by letstryandfixit
I’m almost 10 weeks post-op and yes the Doctor removed scar tissue from my penis. I’m still swollen around my foreskin but it has decreased a little, I’ll admit not enough to make me feel like I’m healing normally. We took a shot at sex a week ago and it didn’t go well. My penis wasn’t 100% hard but hard enough for penetration which would have been fine except my swollen foreskin got in the way but I made sure she got off even if I couldn't. I was sore around my foreskin for a couple days but I’m satisfied we tried and got that first one out of the way. On a good note as far as I can tell I was pretty straight and not very long but girthy. I’m still getting weird sensations in my penis so I’ll assume that’s healing taking place. When we try again I’ll take a cialis and maybe wait for this foreskin issue to get better. I have another appointment at the end of February so hopefully I’ll be further along in my recovery. If my penis is hard enough, long enough to stay in positions then I will consider the surgery a complete success….we’ll see!

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 on: Yesterday at 03:44:10 PM 
Started by 20yo - Last post by 20yo
update:
nothing happened, inflammation resolved itself
no major changes in the penis
I will restart the use

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 on: Yesterday at 02:17:12 PM 
Started by Alex83 - Last post by Alex83
D-50

I have passed the 7 weeks, I have not published for 2 weeks because things have not evolved except for the swelling which has decreased

I was able to see 2 French urologists, 1 thinks that the fibrosis is present and causes my new curvature on the left, 1 other thinks that a suture broke. Both advise a new surgery but not yet.

In my personal opinion, my penis is still hard and swollen making it lean to the left when my penis is flaccid
I think this is causing me to rotate to the left when erect,

I'm convinced that the left rotation I have causes my rotation when my penis is hard. Hopefully when my penis deflates and is less hard, the rotation will disappear.

Has anyone had a similar case? Or what do you think?

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 on: Yesterday at 01:05:02 PM 
Started by Johnwiggins - Last post by richie2222
Posts like this and other are why I cancelled my doppler ultrasound.  Based on my curve of about 25 degrees and no Erectile Dysfunction at all a 2nd doctor said it was not necessary to get get the doppler ultrasound.  That is insane.  Also, the fact that he had you push down I would think you could get a lawyer to take the case

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 on: Yesterday at 11:56:17 AM 
Started by Johnwiggins - Last post by McLovin
Jeez, I am not a fan of suing people but I'd maybe make an exception in this case.  From what little I've heard/read, and from my own personal experience thus far, I'm not impressed at all with the world of urology.  Doesn't seem to be the area that receives as much attention and probably not an area of medicine that many dr's like to pursue.  I haven't found one yet that had even a fraction of the information I've found right here in this forum.  It has already helped me to realize that these problems are way more common than I realized, meaning you're definitely not alone.  Hang in there.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:28:38 AM 
Started by Johnwiggins - Last post by Bud luck
 Same thing happened to me, I tried to sue the 'Dr' but no lawyer wanted to take the case, maybe you are lucky and someone take your case

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 on: Yesterday at 11:28:06 AM 
Started by Johnwiggins - Last post by Sonic
That jackass need to be sued. What an absolute scumbag.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:59:04 AM 
Started by heimegut - Last post by heimegut
Summary of the 4 weeks:

-Pain went away after the first night
-I have had no pain since then
-Bending is probably the same now as when I started
-I have no idea what the temporary left side bending was about, but it is gone now.

So it is not much to conclude from. The cabbage may have helped with the pain. Most likely it had no effect on the bending but may have prevented further development by reducing inflammation (Deducted from the fact that the pain disappeared).
Not much more to say. I think I will use it again if the pain returns to see if the painkilling was just a coincidence.

On another subject: When I tested the red cabbage on my shin I put it directly on a patch of psoriasis that has been cycling there for 6 years. It is about 2x3 inches and usually quite ugly. Anyway, I thought I noticed some change after the purple stain  went away and decided to put white cabbage there there every night as well. This was more of a success than the peyro experiment. The patch is now merely a bruise and the skin seems to be returning to normal, ie. it is not thin and fragile like it normally is after the corticosteroid treatments. Just thought I should mention it. Maybe something useful came out of this experiment after all.

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