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 on: Today at 07:59:52 PM 
Started by James1 - Last post by James1
Hi everyone!
My name is James.
Hope you guys are doing well.

So I notice that I have a curve penis before one year and a half. I have a slight curve to the right ( not noticeable) and 20 upward curves. My curvature of the peins got reduced from 25 degrees to 20 degrees by its own without using anything. Then I decided to make an appointment and see a doctor. When the doctor finishes the checkup he told me your situation is not bad at all, and you don’t have to be worry he told me xiaflex won’t work for my case. He recommended me to buy a phallosan traction device to straighten the peins.

I believe my curve got reduced because I stopped masturbating for a long time.

I forget to mention sometimes I got some pain and I use Ibuprofen and it helps me to get rid of the pain!


Questions :

Is my situation bad?

What do you guys recommend in my case? What to use

Thanks


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 on: Today at 07:50:12 PM 
Started by Rambo - Last post by Hawk
Pretty interesting.  What is your source of all of those statements?  Is the link you furnished or other material?  I will read it when I get a chance.
 

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 on: Today at 07:11:52 PM 
Started by Logarn - Last post by Logarn
If it was peyronies or something that would lead to fibrosis you would have an influx of inflamation and erections would be difficult for the coming days as a result.

If this is not the case, then I would put your mind at rest and forgery about it. Don’t let your anxiety play with these fears. Don’t start erection checking either and masterbating like crazy either.

Give it a couple of days rest just to be on the safe side and forget about it.

If you get tonnes of inflamation then come back and ask questions. Otherwise don’t start obsessing over nothing.

Enjoy your weekend.

Thanks for the answers.  That sounds very reasonable and it has been tough for me to be reasonable recently due to anxiety.  What would the inflammation feel like?  Pain with erection?  My erections have been a bit weaker in the past week since it happened but I have been doing the erection checking you mentioned and I think anxiously judging the erection has made them worse (is that why you mention not to do the erection checking?). I have had morning erections though so maybe that is the way to tell that it isn't physically a problem but in my head

You have a good weekend too and thanks again man

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 on: Today at 07:04:00 PM 
Started by Rambo - Last post by smashin
So this would suggest every leading expert who has treated thousands of cases are all wrong?

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 on: Today at 07:01:47 PM 
Started by Blake667 - Last post by smashin
For me, it’s an influx of heavy inflammation. If you don’t have that, I think there’s no point worrying.

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 on: Today at 07:00:41 PM 
Started by Logarn - Last post by smashin
If it was peyronies or something that would lead to fibrosis you would have an influx of inflamation and erections would be difficult for the coming days as a result.

If this is not the case, then I would put your mind at rest and forgery about it. Don’t let your anxiety play with these fears. Don’t start erection checking either and masterbating like crazy either.

Give it a couple of days rest just to be on the safe side and forget about it.

If you get tonnes of inflamation then come back and ask questions. Otherwise don’t start obsessing over nothing.

Enjoy your weekend.

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 on: Today at 06:46:38 PM 
Started by Logarn - Last post by Logarn
Are you in pain, are there any symptoms? If not, I would assume you are fine.

No symptoms after the initial stinging feeling so I'm probably overthinking it due to anxiety.  I'm not even as worried about peyronies but more about whether you can damage the erectile tissue in the corpora cavernosa, as I am not sure if the symptoms for that would be as easy to spot.  I am also not sure if you can get fibrosis of the corpora from that kind of injury.  Internet search says it can occur from "severe trauma" but I am not sure what they classify as severe

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 on: Today at 06:19:21 PM 
Started by Blake667 - Last post by Blake667
Hey all,

I wondered if anyone wants to share any early warning signs they experienced before Peyronies really kicks in. I don't mean anything like curvature, which are obvious, but more subtle signs. Like maybe new skin creases? Or a period of discomfort after masturbation? I don't know if these are indicative of anything serious. I'd appreciate any input.




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 on: Today at 05:59:41 PM 
Started by Logarn - Last post by smashin
Are you in pain, are there any symptoms? If not, I would assume you are fine.

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 on: Today at 05:17:27 PM 
Started by Logarn - Last post by Logarn
Well it depends what happened. If you got a cricket ball bowled at your penis at 80mph You should expect problems, you’d probably get away with a football.

Some people on here are also more prone to faulty healing than others. You maybe fine, but you should provide more information if you want a reasonable response.

Well my recent incident was holding some weights in front of me for shrugs and they hit my penis from each side and they kind of sandwiched my dick so it squished from both sides.  No real force was involved but I could feel some pressure/compression.  No bruising or swelling occurred so it really comes down to whether or not the erectile tissue can handle being compressed a bit.  I notice most people have injuries on their tunica if they get an injury and not in their corpora cavernosa.  Is that area really well protected?

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