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 on: Today at 07:26:35 PM 
Started by Pickles - Last post by Hawk
Mixedemojis, I am not sure if you wanted to post this here on the open forum or in the private women's forum.

Since I am the founder and an administrator, I can move it if you prefer, or it is fine if you want to leave it here.

You don't mention why you "broke down."  One thing is certain.  Peyronies Disease has as much or more impact on the psychological health of individuals and relationships than it does on a man's penis.  It is, however, the one thing you can fix.  Deeper communication will enhance your intimacy.  There is potential for MORE closeness than before the Peyronies Disease. 

I would suggest you view it as a mutual issue to be worked through as a team.  The first part of communication is just coming to an agreement about what needs to be discussed and what each is willing to discuss. Agree ahead of time, if one party calls for a time-out, hug each other and stop the conversation for a least a couple of hours, then set some more ground rules and try again.

Have a couple of practice or experimental sessions of physical intimacy to see what works and what doesn't.   At some point, it helps to have some open experimentation, and a couple of practice runs where he is in total control to try to see what is and is not possible.  As I presented this to my wife I said, "I'm going to have sex, but you aren't."  I did not want the pressure of her getting into it and me being focused on her pleasure until I could first determine what was possible.

You can't assume anything.  You must communicate.  A suggestion like Gaussrifle made might be great, but many men have been put off by the suggestion that their partner would rather have a toy than him.  If you can't openly communicate in a caring way with each other, the Peyronies Disease exposes the weakness in your relationship. On the other hand, if you can openly communicate, then Peyronies Disease is likely to bring you closer and open deeper levels of intimacy.




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 on: Today at 07:02:16 PM 
Started by Kobegianna - Last post by howtheheck
Kobe,  I am similar- no curve just kinda a upside down baseball bat with soft glans.  I think your partially right,  It is not as easy for us to correct our issue compared to someone with just a dorsal curve.  I recently started a couple of weeks ago Restorex.  I suggest you choose one traction device that you can be most compliant on, vs. guessing which one might be better. I see no improvement yet (other than flaccid length improving) but I will continue.  Get on board with me, lets fix this together!

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 on: Today at 05:43:58 PM 
Started by Pickles - Last post by GaussRifle
I may not be authority on this since I don’t have partner. But if I were ever to have a partner with my condition, I would love for them to be intimate with me in other ways. Allowing toys, strap ons etc to do the job to take pressure off. It would mentally hurt me more than the pain caused by peyronies, to think I wasn’t able to experience intimacy, give pleasure to my partner.

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 on: Today at 05:14:27 PM 
Started by Pickles - Last post by Mixedemojis
Hi my bf of almost 6 years just was diagnosed about a month ago.. so im new as well.   Is it normal to want to just avoid sex right now to not put yourselves into frustration if you cannot do it?  Last time we tried it felt different and it did hurt him a little.. the time before that i broke down   that made him feel great :(  so im in avoidance mode.  Its bothering him but i feel im just preventing us sadness or upsetness.. how do i get out of that way of thinking?  Am i the only one with this reaction :(

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 on: Today at 04:57:48 PM 
Started by Kobegianna - Last post by Kobegianna
I been doing manual traction. Following the NeoV method. Do you personally think a traction device is better? I don’t really have curvature. At least not not

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 on: Today at 04:53:12 PM 
Started by steve james - Last post by GaussRifle
What heat medicine do you take ? Is it a beta blocker ?

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 on: Today at 04:47:44 PM 
Started by dontgiveup2021 - Last post by markdubby
traction has pretty much kept my penis straight no matter how many scars have appeared. my very first scar is pretty much dissolving and breaking up and i think its largely due to the using the PMP 6-8 hours a day. i'd very much reccomend you try get one of these devices asap!

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 on: Today at 04:37:04 PM 
Started by Kobegianna - Last post by markdubby
also i think it will take some time before the scar pops out. it's long effort in stretching the scar tissue with traction + VED and then restoring healthy blood flow. my very first scar was the largest i had, and now it's turned quite soft and split in 2 parts and with VED that part of my penis is further stretching and feeling normal again.

kobe - i'd reccomend a proper stretching device such as PMP. i started wtih manual traction but the the PMP has made all the difference. i have zero curvature still (wtih 3 plaques) and one of my dents has filled out already. if it wasn't for the general glans instability and a big dent at my second scar, i'd have a pretty normal penis and i think traction was the key for this!

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 on: Today at 04:19:16 PM 
Started by steve james - Last post by steve james
Aged 59. Had heart attack 14 months ago & 3 stents fitted. Good recovery but about 10 months ago started to get upward curve about 3 inches from base of penis. Reasonable curve and penis was 6.5 inches, now just under 6 inches. Still fully functional. Have read elsewhere that some heart medications can have a side effect of inducing Peyronies.
Any other members have this experience ?

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 on: Today at 03:19:42 PM 
Started by giancolo - Last post by giancolo
Thank you very much pfract. GaussRifle: thank you very much, is traction useful also for Erectile Dysfunction or only for peyronies?

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