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 on: Today at 01:32:43 AM 
Started by Asphyxia - Last post by Irrelevant
Did you find a solution for the latex caps tearing? After every use or couple of uses my latex caps will pop.

 on: Today at 12:16:22 AM 
Started by omla - Last post by cdub
Manual traction can work.  Just be very gentle.  Also you don't have to hold the stretch for minutes at a time.  Right now I stretch 1 minute on, 1 minute off.  And a light stretch!  I am reapplying the stretch after stretching for a minute, stopping for a minute and relaxing then stretching again. Watch Neo's videos on youtube for more specific advice and recommendations for manual stretching, but BE CAREFUL!  Remember you are injured, be gentle with yourself!

 on: Today at 12:02:38 AM 
Started by Bob74 - Last post by Bud luck
Bob74, my case is very similar to yours, I had Piraprism for almost 4 hours after a Trimix injection. I have corporal fibrosis, I did the Shockwave therapy and my penis is slightly worse since then. And do not inject anything on the penis, the P-shot was the worst thing I did

 on: Yesterday at 11:47:54 PM 
Started by Bob74 - Last post by FrankPD
Hello Bob74, welcome.  This is a great place to be.  The search tab is so accurate. 

When my 2nd uro suggested shockwave, I got a few replies and they were no so I passed on that.  Read the link below…

Good luck and be well.,17934.0.html

 on: Yesterday at 07:17:53 PM 
Started by Sebtp1973 - Last post by Sebtp1973
It seems to be working well.

I started round one last week. I got my first shot Tuesday and second Friday. I had some considerable bruising and some swelling but no pain, except for some tenderness at the injection sites.

I’ve taken a more aggressive modeling/stretching regime than my doctor recommended. I did some hand modeling starting the days of my shots. I started Restorex on Saturday morning, less than 24 hours from my second shot. I’ve been doing two thirty minute Restorex sessions a day since then. I only stretch straight, no counter bending.

I’ve been taking cialis too, and straitening my erection a couple times a day. I get nocturnal erections too.

I still have a curve, but to me it looks shallower than before. I hesitate to estimate the curve yet, because I might not have a full erection when I look at it and also the swelling might be masking some of the curve, but it sure seems like there is progress already.

 on: Yesterday at 07:15:47 PM 
Started by Diram - Last post by Jimmy123
Hello. I am no expert but I suspect that psychological issues are very common in this area. Let's face it, its a very personal and important thing to us. Fixation and obsessional behavior are not impossible! Read Dr Trost's section of this forum. His insight an knowledge are considerable. Again, i'm not an expert but I believe that pain in different places or throughout the penis is unlikely to be Peyronies Disease (see Dr. Trost). Do you have a curve or other penile deformity? Pain on erection? Pain in a consistent and limited area on palpation?
Have you read about hard flaccid syndrome? (for example). It can cause real pain due to (possibly) sustained penile muscle spasm. The cause can apparently be psychological stress. Psychosomatic I suppose but real discomfort, not imagined.

 on: Yesterday at 07:10:20 PM 
Started by Curvekiller94 - Last post by Bud luck
I wonder how many men have penis fibrosis but don't tell anyone, if every single man that have Peroynes/fibrosis went to the Doctor it probably will increase the attention of the medical community, but unfortunately a lot of men are not willing to speak out about it, that's my two cents. In the meantime some "Doctors" and "clinics" are doing not proving "therapies" to fix penis fibrosis, like the P-shot, Shockwave, Gainwaves, O-zone...and desesperste naive man like me fall for it and got worse!!!!

 on: Yesterday at 06:51:15 PM 
Started by Jimmi85 - Last post by Stepone
I would go with option 1 with larger size implant.
There is always a risk of infection.
I think he is trying to do the easiest procedure.
I seriously don’t trust him.
I am speaking my thoughts and understand it’s your decision.
Please don’t settle for a lousy surgery, you are worth much more than that.
I understand doctors are treasured, but you have a doctorate in your body. You deserve the best, don’t settle.
Please excuse my frankness, but I have seen too many people harmed by bad surgeons.
And please keep us informed.

 on: Yesterday at 06:21:37 PM 
Started by Curvekiller94 - Last post by blex
I don't know where and how you are googling.
The Wikipedia article about Peyronie's mentiones risk factors in addition to trigger injury. Every doctor I read about or talked to mentioned some kind of predisposition. Studies mention different causes and comorbidities as well. So this is barely news.

@bud luck
Hard disagree about no money to be made.
If studies say up to 10% men are suffering from Peyronie's, that's hundreds of million of patients/customers worldwide. And I don't know about you, but I for sure would happily spend every cent to get rid of this disease. So healing this is a business model if I've ever heard one.

What I think we lack most is awareness. That's what HIV and COVID both (rightfully) had. And while not contagious or deadly, we all know how devastating Peyronies Disease can be. Raising awareness for this would be the first million to spend.

Just remember that curing this will never be as "easy" as fighting some virus

 on: Yesterday at 05:03:26 PM 
Started by Curvekiller94 - Last post by Bud luck
Like I said before, the only way something can be done is putting millions to find a solution but unfortunately there is not a big market

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