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 on: Yesterday at 10:30:53 PM 
Started by Markyj - Last post by TonySa
I too developed Peyronie’s from injecting trimix.  However, Dr Lue is adamant it’s safe if you immediately compress the injection site for at least 5 minutes after injection to stop problematic internal bleeding. I had a different doc and didn’t do this (wasn’t told to).  If anyone injects-be sure to do this.

 on: Yesterday at 10:26:51 PM 
Started by Struggling1982 - Last post by TonySa
Great progress, makes sense it will go quicker w restorex!  Nice to hear Dr Lue is now recommending it as well.

 on: Yesterday at 10:24:28 PM 
Started by melting - Last post by melting
I believe DMSO, iodine and C should be most effective. just need to know the ins and outs like why not to have the solution touch metal and plastic etc. I feel almost overwhelmed by all these other suggestions.

I suggest to start with 1 and get used to it and then add other mixes. The basic (Water+DMSO)+(Water+Ascorbic acid) is easy and cheap (of course read the instructions and risk mentioned. you can search top right corner this thread with "ascorbic")

 on: Yesterday at 10:23:39 PM 
Started by heythereyou123456 - Last post by NeoV
If you are getting natural erections that's fine, but do not induce them yourself or try to induce them.

 on: Yesterday at 10:21:56 PM 
Started by chh1966 - Last post by TonySa
Hi Chris the survival guide is still relatively up to date.  You’re in the early acute stage where things could worsen.  To avoid that I’d advise low dose nightly generic cialis (2.5-5mg) and traction or VED to prevent worsening and promote any plaque to convert to healthy tissue.  If you can get pentox prescribed all the better, if not substitute coQ10.  Anti inflammatory supplements and diets may help the other treatments be more effective.  There are some stats on progression from the acute stage, most worsen, some stabilize and only a few get better (you might search the forum for the study).  DMSO doesn’t have any studies behind it, but a few hear have found it helpful for their dents (as I understand).  You can follow them on the forum just be very careful and knowledgeable because it can burn skin and transport unhealthy chemicals into the penis.

 on: Yesterday at 10:09:52 PM 
Started by chh1966 - Last post by Holistic
Acetyl L carnitine  and L-argenin will help too.

The ACL will help with inflammation and a little prevention. the Argn will help with blood flow and plaque slowing.

Also, there is a lot of talk in the DMSO conversation under alternative treatments. im currently reading up on it. it is a topical application but you should research and read up on it before using to avoid any injury. Soon as I get enough info for proper handling, I will use it myself too.

Ive been taking supplements for a while now. they help for sure but may not be enough based on your injury. Unfortunately the behavior of Peyronies Disease isnt so linear. I had questions myself about a standard rate of progression but there isnt one. it is all individual based. however if you cruise the forum, youll find areas of help. The DMSO chat seems to theoretically be a promising method as someone already has had resolution of his Peyronies Disease.

Diet is important as well as mindset.

 on: Yesterday at 09:21:00 PM 
Started by Struggling1982 - Last post by Struggling1982
Peter123. Thank you! That video was super clear, have much better idea what to do next time.

TonySa - yes, I was at about 90 degrees, now less than 45. Was stretching with silicone devices which strapped to my leg for the last few years, the progress has been glacially slow so can’t really remember what it was like at the beginning. Easiest way I can put it was sex with my wife was impossible before treatment, now it’s just not ideal :-)

Doc definitely thinks Restorex will yield better results due to the higher amount of tension, and counter-bending. We’ll see.

 on: Yesterday at 09:12:27 PM 
Started by Markyj - Last post by Hawk
The operative word is "USUALLY".

Penile injections can cause scar tissue commonly referred to as plaque.  It is not just needle puncture, but some of the drugs used can cause plaque. some of the drugs are more prone to causing plaque than others.  I injected bimix at least twice a week for several months after prostatectomy.  The end result was this forum and years of dealing with Peyronies Disease and Erectile Dysfunction until I got an implant.

 on: Yesterday at 08:02:14 PM 
Started by melting - Last post by Holistic

Sure would be nice to have a gel like dmso application.
If someone tries, do it on the arm with low amounts...

This one is a gel with 70/30 of DMSO/distilled water. -

This one is non-diluted pharmaceutical grade.

Would this be more of what youre talking about? Also, if the product is labeled as 70/30 already. At 99%, would the product still need to be cut with distilled water? And is the product distribution of 70/30 the same as what youre talking about with your solution by cutting DMSO with water when you do it yourself? If the company does the water cutting, I would think that would take out half the work...or do you think it is not as effective or doesnt even matter? Im asking bc i wouldnt know how to measure a 70/30 ratio with no standard measurements with pure DMSO and distilled water.

 on: Yesterday at 07:42:48 PM 
Started by melting - Last post by Holistic
Sixteen of DMSO's advantages and wide ranges in use against organic disease:

1 - Blocks pain by interrupting C-fibers
2 - anti-inflammatory
3 - bact/fung/viralstatic
4 - transports pharmaceuticals across membranes
5 - reduces platelet thrombi in blood vessels
6 - inhibits calcium to reduce workload of the heart
7 - acts as a tranq when rubbed into the skin
8 - enhances anti-fungel and anti bacterial agents when combined.
9 - Vasodilator
10 - inhibits release of coleresterase (sp)
11 - softens collagen by a cross linking effect
12 - scavenges hydroxel free radicals
13 - stimulates various types of immunity
14 - diuretic
15 - brings out interferon
16 - stimulates healing in wounds

Listed from, DMSO: Natures healer book

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