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 on: Today at 04:47:56 PM 
Started by Rince - Last post by BrettC
Yes, the boards defined your Peyronie's as a Prosthetic... so it was confusing.  Welcome to the board.  It sounds like what you have is manageable, as you can still function sexually and no erection issues. All of that is great news!  The only way is up from there, you are functional and dealing well with things. 

What is Dr. Porst suggesting?  Is it like shockwave therapy?  Do you have a significant curve?  I wasn't getting that from your post or profile, but the title of the thread suggests it. 

Viel Gluck! 

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 on: Today at 12:43:57 PM 
Started by Mikel7 - Last post by projectpd
I own both, and they have the same size opening at the narrowest part and measuring from the tip to the rim. But the AliExpress has a longer, less sharply curved waist, so considering that it will be a slightly smaller volume.  The chamber is not supposed to be the size your glans becomes when erect though, just for it to be able to get in.
There are also the simpler non PMP designs (phallosan style) which come in 3 different sizes, maybe you could try the large one of those?

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 on: Today at 12:19:27 PM 
Started by orriw - Last post by orriw
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 on: Today at 12:13:13 PM 
Started by orriw - Last post by orriw
Hi,
as i discovered and cleared more and more in the last months i have no Peyronies Disease. This forum was a big help here for me, as i compared Peyronies Disease symtoms and progression with mine, and now it is clear i rather have some Penis fracture, or a fractured ligament, well i am still feeling pain 3 years +
No Peyronies Disease sufferer faces pain for so long. Peyronies Disease patients have pain for roughly 6 months then they develop a curvature and that it is. They can use traction devices that are perfected for upwards curvature (the normal Peyronies Disease progression) and can find help.
I and some others here with similar symptoms like me can find no help.

Been thinking a lot recently. What life is this, with daily chronic penis pain? I honestly feel like i am one of the most unlucky person in history. Of course i also laugh about that thought, remembering i have more than enough to eat, a warm house, clothes and live in peace. Yet still, i think chronic pain... in a mans most private area, this could probably bring the toughest, biggest man to his knees. My hope right now is Lyrica, for chronic pain. Then the next hope if it does not help me is an MRI of the pelvic area. Doing pelvic releases already daily.

So if a Peyronies Disease sufferer reads this: I know you are too in a very bad place, but please remember there is always someone having a rougher time, who is still staying quite positive and fights.
The average Peyronies Disease sufferer is probably 50 +, faces low to no pain, and his biggest concern is he can not have sex anymore 5 times a day like he did the last 30 years. Well if you think like that, please allow me to ask: Can you imagine being a 25 years old guy with the perspective of penis pain for the rest of your life? I don't think anyone could. So i am not trying to attack anyone here. Just writing my thoughts and it gives me some relief. Always put your situation in perspective. Your situation may be bad, but if you get in  bad mood, and maybe treat people around you bad because you think you have bad luck, then what should that 25 year old guy tell you?

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 on: Today at 12:04:19 PM 
Started by Hazelboy98 - Last post by orriw
What are your main pain reliefs Orriw? If you don't mind me asking

Keep trying pelvic releases for some time (at least 2 months) i'd say and if it has no effect, do the opposite : Kegels.
You could also try massaging the anus area and the perineum, sometimes this helps me too.

Yes with errections i dont have pain either weirdly. Pain comes about 5 minutes after losing the errection. What could go so wrong in that process i wonder?

I have pain for very long. Since 2018. Luckily in the last months i got a little more active, went to my doctor a couple times and since 2 weeks are using Lyrica( Pregabalin ) it is for chronic neuropathic pain which i may have. My dosage is still low (200mg) i will go up to 600mg in the next 2 weeks. I will update you if you want if it has some effect on my pain. Right now no relief yet. But the dosage is so small and the pain has been there for so long, doctor said i should take it for 3 months +

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 on: Today at 10:52:38 AM 
Started by Rince - Last post by Rince
Thank you for the welcome.

IPP means Induratio penis plastica, I know the disease by this term, the expression Peyronie was not so familiar to me until now.

I am still going through all the information, will have a look at the links right away.

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 on: Today at 10:50:06 AM 
Started by Dorian - Last post by Pfract
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Personally holding for longer than one minute lead ruined my EQ.

Everyone is different but I would highly advise to stick to the recommended protocol on the forum.

@Anbil: Correlation does not mean causation. There are several protocols from Dr's online on treating Erectile Dysfunction and peyronies as well as it is recommended for Erectile Dysfunction to use a vacuum pump on your penis. Unless you severely overpump  on your erect penis then the VED does not pose a problem. Stop spreading misinformation like this, please.

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 on: Today at 10:42:26 AM 
Started by Rince - Last post by Pfract
Hello and welcome!

What do you mean by you suffered from IPP since the end of July? Did you translate this message or you where trying to say something in particular? Your doctor seems to be somewhat knowledgeable and that is very important. You can combine Cialis with L-arginine but you say you don't suffer from Erectile Dysfunction so maybe it won't benefit you much.

Read on the survival guide in the forum and also here:

https://malefertilityandpeyroniesclinic.com/peyronies/treatments/
https://malefertilityandpeyroniesclinic.com/peyronies/multimedia/


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 on: Today at 10:04:11 AM 
Started by Rince - Last post by Rince
Hello everyone,
I have also suffered from IPP since the end of July. For me it is a left and dorsal one, only very rarely a slight feeling of pressure on the plaque. I have no erectile problems, sexual intercourse is still possible.
After my urologist only gave me Potaba as the only possible treatment method and only advised to wait and see, I made myself a little smarter on the Internet, like everyone here  ;D
This week I went to see the specialist Dr. Porst in Hamburg.
Now I take 2.5mg Tadalafil daily for 3 weeks, then 5mg daily after that. The recommended Osbon ErecAid pump is on the way to me, and I also ordered the PMP. As soon as the devices kick in, I will do my daily exercises in combination with both and see how things go on. Dr. Post also thinks that 6 EWS sessions could help. His institute is probably the only one in Europe that has the latest models for treatment. I am still not sure whether I will take advantage of this, as the costs with the long journey and € 250 per session are not exactly a bargain. But I still have time to think about it, because Dr. Porst only treats with it when the introductory therapy with Taldalafil is supposed to run for a few weeks.

Thank you very much for this forum, I have already read a lot of helpful posts, even though English is not my prefered language.

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 on: Today at 09:10:09 AM 
Started by Mikel7 - Last post by swollenmushroom
HI Guys,
I have been searching for this information; curious to know if anyone has tried to use a bigger size replacement for PM glans chamber? My glans just doesnt get into the supplied chamber in the flaccid state. i am in for length gains. I enquired from MSP about a bigger chamber but they didn give a definite timeline owing to disrupted supply chain. Is it possible to use the ALI express supplied glans chamber? Looks like I wasted my money on the purchase of PMP. Kindly share your experiences/thoughts/ideas.
Thanks

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