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#21
Introduce Yourself / Re: new member
Last post by Stabler - Yesterday at 08:08:57 AM
Hello and welcome to the forum. Please take a couple minutes to fill in your signature under your profile settings. This will help keep you from having to repeat why your here in the forum when you post.

I have sent a PM explaining how and giving you some guidelines for the forum. We are happy you are here and look forward to helping

Stabler
#22
Last year in June another user on this site ''Vett''also sent an email to the researcher Feghali-Bostwick.
He got the response that they hoped it would be avaiable in the next 2 years.

https://www.peyroniesforum.net/index.php/topic,19415.0.html

There's also a screenshot of her message.

 
#23
Walking is an excellent form of physical fitness and it does bring blood into all parts of your body. I walk about 15 to 20 miles a week and it helps out every part of my body.
#24
Introduce Yourself / new member
Last post by Saishu - Yesterday at 03:24:41 AM
I'm glad to have stumbled across this forum while researching Peyronies Disease. I'm a 46 year old that started with this problem about a year ago.
#25
Over 35 years with my penis and I just realized that my flacid blood flow is much better when I did walk a lot the day before. May a lot I mean at least an hour or more.
Maybe this is not for everyone and maybe many of you already know, but for me it is great news. If I walk everyday I can control the blood flow to my penis in a healthy way. No need to take Tadalafil or pentox, which does not help as much or has side effects like flushing.
Maybe walking or not walking even is connected to peyronies, because anytime the symptomes got worse, i was in a phase of staying at home, being sick for a long time, working on my home desk, sitting on the couch a lot, and I didn't walk much! Blood flow was really bad at that time. Anyone else notice this?
#26
Finasteride actually indirectly increases your testosterone as it inhibits the 5 alpha reductase enzyme which converts testosterone in to dihydrotestosterone. So you have more testosterone in your blood stream since the amount that would've been converted into DHT by your body is no longer being converted into it because of the finasteride.

Dihydrotestosterone is important for libido and sexual function (in adults aswell, not just when going through puberty) and it contributes to the overall balance of androgens which influence sexual health.

DHT is good and important and it is there for a reason. Insecurities over hair loss are not worth disrupting billions of years of evolution.

Do not put that crap in your body. Male pattern baldness is normal. Peyronies disease is not.
#27
Penile Implants / Re: pump bulb flat
Last post by Mikel7 - May 18, 2024, 06:20:14 PM
Hawk would be the one to give you a correct answer on this.
#28
The very sad truth to it all is that this drug is prescribed to thousands of men without them ever realizing just what they could be setting themselves up for. It is a real $$ for the drug companies. :-X
#29
HopefulSkeptic:

I second Mikel7's post. And i leave you with some links that you may find interesting to read.

QuotePost-finasteride syndrome: An emerging clinical problem
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7231981/

Quotehttps://www.pfsfoundation.org/
Post-finasteride syndrome (PFS) describes persistent sexual, neurological, physical, and mental adverse reactions in patients who have taken finasteride, a 5-alpha reductase type II enzyme inhibitor used to treat hair loss (under the brand name Propecia or generics) and/or enlarged prostate (Proscar or generics). Unfortunately, PFS is a condition with no known cure and few, if any, effective treatments. As an increasing number of men report their persistent side effects to health and regulatory agencies worldwide, medical and scientific communities are only beginning to realize the scope of the problem.

https://www.youtube.com/@sdsexualmed/search?query=post+finasteride


I would stay away from anything pertaining this drug. Topical or oral, in my honest opinion it is just not worth the risk.
#30
Penile Implants / pump bulb flat
Last post by philtered - May 18, 2024, 06:27:53 AM
Hi guys . I'm 27 months into life with my titan 22cm . I've got a new partner and we have quite rigorous sex, so ive been inflating more and noticed some gains, but twice, once about a month ago and once this morning ive noticed my pump bulb go completely flat and stop passing fluid, this is at completely maxed out erection. It's fine if i deflate a bit and will repump to same level. I've messaged doctoer ralphh and he said i may have a small leak and it will become more obvious. Could i have used all the fluid he put in? or is it more likely a small leak? Has anyone else had this problem and does it get worse? thanks