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 on: Today at 09:25:29 PM 
Started by MacMathuna - Last post by TonySa
I’d try to find a Peyronie’s specialist since the uro believes you don’t have Peyronie’s.

 on: Today at 09:21:17 PM 
Started by Curbside - Last post by TonySa
I’d go ahead and start but go slow and back off any discomfort.

 on: Today at 09:18:54 PM 
Started by sassykat - Last post by TonySa
Po, your point of view is unhealthy fir you but also not helpful for others.  Why not get help for depression rather than encouraging others despair?

 on: Today at 09:16:44 PM 
Started by Neutralview - Last post by TonySa
Traction devices w a suction cup for the glans can be worn fir hours at a time.  Ie the ESL40 and penimaster pro.  The restorex is also an option as you only use it twice a day for 30minutes.

 on: Today at 09:06:16 PM 
Started by sassykat - Last post by popopo
I see your view, but it doesn't work like that. For many people this is a dealbreaker. Also, it's not something you tell someone you just met.

 on: Today at 08:45:34 PM 
Started by theone45 - Last post by mst1622
Dr Lawrence Levine in Chicago?

Or see dr Gelman in L.A, one of the best surgeons on the world.

 on: Today at 06:46:12 PM 
Started by Neutralview - Last post by Mr man
Hi I've been trying to straighten my upward curved penis for 1 1/2 year without any success. I've used the JES extender & the Size genetics. Anyway I'm in a dilemna about what penis extender to buy out of these 3 : Peyronies device, Andropeyronie extender or the X4 labs Peyronie's edition?? Which penis extender has the highest tension & is more effective/likely to straighten a curved/bent penis?? Thanks
Hello, I have the andropeyronie device. It has strong traction, but I don't think the high pressure is what you should aim for. I used it with a extra pressure by tugging it while attached. It made my junk worse. I'm resting and will try again in a few days.
Wearing the andropeyronie is actually quite comfortable, but I had to use a small washing sponge in the clamp area. Otherwise skin would get caught in the holes. Also, the sponge gives a good comftable grip.
When following the instructions to the t. It actually is a comftable stretch. You do have to remove it every hour or 2. Because the glans get cold. Due to lack of circulation. That means fiddling with it about 3-4 times a day to get the 6 hours required from the enclosed instructions.
That's a lot of visits to the toilet while at work. Fortunately I work away from the office. I usually find public toilets to do this.
I can't say it has improved my condition. As iv only used the device a few days, but I had the best erection and ejaculation I have had in 1 year. After the first day I wore it. Am not sure if this a coincidence or the device helped. I suspect the device helped because my penis was hanging really.well... like never before.

 on: Today at 06:30:04 PM 
Started by RainyDay - Last post by Jack1909
I don’t get how I could such disfunctional after kuwhhas surgery. I had basically no erecting problem prior to it and after that I can’t keep it. Stimulation getting it to fade away no matter what.

 on: Today at 05:46:44 PM 
Started by MacMathuna - Last post by samsung
Results are all over the place but in general verapamil hasn't been shown to be very effective.

 on: Today at 05:01:39 PM 
Started by vintage800 - Last post by MacMathuna

Were your plaques softer, smaller, or less palpable after your year of traction.

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