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Read This First => Introduce Yourself => Topic started by: Nixeus on December 30, 2021, 12:07:42 PM

Title: My Presentation
Post by: Nixeus on December 30, 2021, 12:07:42 PM
Hello People,

Nixeus there, French man, 35 yo.

I'm interresting in biochemistery, biohacking, and peptides since years.

I will be honest with you guys, i don't have Peyronies dissease but i have a crohn dissease with fibrosis and i'm looking for  way to remove ( not block but remove) fibrosis in my gut. I know Peyronies dissease is related to fibrosis too and i was searching for E4 peptide and i read your's why i registered there.

I would like to brainstorm and work with some people there in order to find/disccuss about anti fibrotic possibilities.

I really hope you will accept me there because, even if i don't have the same dissease you have...i need to fight fibrosis.

By the way, i'm not a seller of peptides or something else !

Hope you accept me there :)

Title: Re: My Presentation
Post by: Hawk on December 30, 2021, 12:17:33 PM
You are welcome here and if you search the forum for peptides you might find some discussion of interest.  I am not very optimistic that you or our other members are going to figure out how to remove scar tissue or Peyronies Disease would not be much of a concern.  Who can even remove an exposed keloid with any potion, cream, supplement, or oral medication?  Those things are likely most useful to prevent formation.  Once scarred, the solutions for Peyronies Disease usually take the form of injected Xiaflex, traction, and surgery.

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Title: Re: My Presentation
Post by: Nixeus on December 30, 2021, 12:26:06 PM

You're right about the fact there isn't OTC drugs/supplement to remove keloids scars ( btw there is sillicon crap which are pretty reliable), but, there is a lot to do in the biohacking field. Peptides are an example. In addition to the E4 peptide, there is now the B7-33 which looks very promising ( but...not tested on human actually). I'm still optimistic and have hope about the possibility to reduce fibrosis :)