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 91 
 on: July 01, 2020, 06:35:51 PM 
Started by Barnes5 - Last post by Benjamin62
TonySa. Plication and excision are two totally different procedures! 

Plication is less invasive with no chance of Erectile Dysfunction or complications.  Shortening of the longer side

Excision is deeper surgery and removal of the plaque.   A simple google search will discuss


 92 
 on: July 01, 2020, 06:07:06 PM 
Started by Struggling1982 - Last post by Struggling1982
Any uncircumcised dudes out there managed to find a way of using Restorex without causing pain to the glans, or it slipping out as soon as any significant amount of tension is applied? I've read so many conflicting theories and instructions that I'm a little stuck. I've set up the device correctly, am just finding it very difficult to tolerate the discomfort to the glans when using.

The Restorex CS team told me "The back side of the clamp has a slight ridge.  That ridge should go just behind the ridge on the glans of you penis.  In this way you will have the exact amount of tissue in the clamp required to secure it in place." - obviously with foreskin in play, it's a little tricky to calculate this and get everything locked in place.  Not to mention this directly conflicts with the manual saying "DO NOT clamp the shaft of the penis or any area behind the glans of the penis" :-/ I'm wrapping with a couple of layers of 2 inch gauze to try and minimize pain, but it's still pretty bad and there's now a small amount of constant residual discomfort.

I've had about 12 rounds of Xiaflex injections(!) and my Doctor told me there's not really much more he can do now as he's neutralized all plaques which were present; traction is the only way to get my curve fixed now and while I do believe this device could be what's needed I'm concerned that without clear instructions for how to use it I may cause more damage :-(


 93 
 on: July 01, 2020, 06:03:07 PM 
Started by helpme128 - Last post by LWillisjr
This is the link, let me know if you have questions.

https://www.peyroniesforum.net/index.php/topic,4760.0.html

 94 
 on: July 01, 2020, 04:50:18 PM 
Started by Asdf1234 - Last post by melting
Well, research it yourself...

Understand how the pelvic floor works, the science is all out there, and do the 1+1 if that's the reason why erections are different in different positions and how a not perfectly working pelvic floor will amplify it.
Maybe start with an anatomical diagram of the pelvic floor.
To me it's obvious..?

Hard flaccid is weird but well documented by a lot of people on the web with some offering how they solved it. Not sure if you have it but sounds like it.

I'm no proponent of nofap.(also no proponent of too much fap, especially not fap in the same position all the time CAUSE.. yeah the...)

 95 
 on: July 01, 2020, 04:29:39 PM 
Started by projectpd - Last post by projectpd
maybe this could be it: avocado seed oil.
https://pubs.acs.org/doi/pdf/10.1021/jf00102a013#
It's $40 to access the full paper which seems not worth it for me, so have no info on what the active agent might be (description indicates the paper doesn't fully identify it anyway)
whereas avocado seed oil is available for only £20 for 500ml.
for transdermal, water insoluble molecules (what I think unsaponifiable means) I guess may be possible via one/any of DMSO, ethosomes or oil carriers. (perhaps including ultrasound, heat and massage) .
I'm going to place an order for some anyway to try transdermally.. .

 96 
 on: July 01, 2020, 04:28:50 PM 
Started by Asdf1234 - Last post by Asdf1234
Most of this is totally normal but can be a problem when pronounced.
Clearly, it sounds, like you have a weak and/or tense and/or unbalanced pelvic floor.
Stiff engorged flaccid could be the condition called "HARD FLACCID" which is also a pelvic floor issue.

If you are stressed anyway then this plays totally into it too. Often the PF clenches in stressful situations without you noticing.
Relax, balance and strengthen your PF. (if you only do strength it could make things worse)
Lot's of ways to do that and info to find about. I wrote extensively about it just days ago I think

This sounds like a load of rubbish to me. What solid scientific evidence do you have to back this up? If tht is was the case then why arent all doctors and andrologists using this to help people? Sounds a lot like the nofap crap you hear about.

 97 
 on: July 01, 2020, 04:04:56 PM 
Started by Asdf1234 - Last post by melting
This is really messing with my head as I’m only 36 and don’t understand how I can get a decent erection lying down but when I stand it goes quick. I can get a semi standing up but nothing more. I sometimes get morning wood which is decent but goes when I stand up to go to toilet. I never feel I can get aroused standing up it’s just weird. My penis looks a bit different too like it seems stiffer and more engorged when flaccid.

Most of this is totally normal but can be a problem when pronounced.
Clearly, it sounds, like you have a weak and/or tense and/or unbalanced pelvic floor.
Stiff engorged flaccid could be the condition called "HARD FLACCID" which is also a pelvic floor issue.

If you are stressed anyway then this plays totally into it too. Often the PF clenches in stressful situations without you noticing.
Relax, balance and strengthen your PF. (if you only do strength it could make things worse)
Lot's of ways to do that and info to find about. I wrote extensively about it just days ago I think

 98 
 on: July 01, 2020, 04:00:01 PM 
Started by melting - Last post by melting
Wonder how any of this would mix with DMSO:
Hyaluronic acid, Tacrolimus, Cyclosporin A, Melatonin, Methylprednisolone, Vitamin B12, Riluzole, 4‐Aminopyridine, Verapamil.

You need to know the molecular weight. (not more than ~1000 g/mol)
You need to know the solubility. Water or oil... (and then you either need to mix it with water or oil, before mixing it with dmso+water)

for example vitamin b12 with 1356.4 g/mol might be too much... Also obviously be aware of side effects toxicity etc. I think that Melatonin can have a lot of side effects.

But yeah surely might make sense to add into the peyronies regime if nerve problems are part of it, in whatever form.

 99 
 on: July 01, 2020, 03:54:39 PM 
Started by melting - Last post by melting
Sonigel:
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UV purified water, triethanolamine, carbomer, edta disodium, propelyne glycol, diazolidinyl urea, iodopropynyl butylcarbamate 
(https://www.trtllc.com/store/p10/Sonigel_5_Liter_Jug_.html#/)

Mostly it seems compounds with a rather small molecular weight, if I understand correctly, which could mean they get into skin with dmso. That said also most of them seem fine but with dmso I don't know.

Sure would be nice to have a gel like dmso application. I'm sure some more research one could find how to make a dmso gel.. Need a pharmacist on board ;)
If someone tries, do it on the arm with low amounts...


 100 
 on: July 01, 2020, 03:44:03 PM 
Started by Holistic - Last post by melting
smart

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