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Title: Was I Wrong About Progression?
Post by: Tony52 on May 01, 2021, 07:11:25 PM
I always thought in the majority of Peyronie's cases after it is in the stable phase for many years, it  usually doesn't change. However, I just saw a dent on the side of my shaft that was never there before.  Is it common for this to happen after so many stable years?  Could I have caused this with traction?  Thanks
Title: Re: Was I Wrong About Progression?
Post by: Benraycamp0 on May 01, 2021, 07:14:16 PM
It's not unusual for a new plaque to form in a patient who is already prone to Peyronie's Disease. It could be that you had a new injury (likely microtrauma) which triggers the process again.
I don't think its likely that traction caused any issues unless it was done incorrectly (overstretching, too much tension, used for abnormally long periods of time without breaks, etc.).