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Hricco

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So Much Plaque?
« on: December 03, 2020, 03:58:24 PM »

Hi Guys

I'm new here. About a year into this pyronines wackiness. 

I have a quick question i can feel sooooo much plaque un the skin...both side and the top.  even under each side of the rim of the head.  If I put pressure i can feel all the plaque its very concerning to feel.  But I don't have a bad curve, the doc said maybe 10 degree upward curve. in the last few month it has started curing to the left slightly.  There is no pain associated with erections, there used to be but the pain is 100% gone.  Since it stared i have been doing the pump, the restoreX tractions device and PRP shot.  I feel like i have lost some length, but im not too concerned here.  Im just wondering is it common to feel that much plaque?  I'm not sure I'm at a stable condition just yey as the curve to the left is pretty new, but the absence of any pain is hopeful.   

My urologist did a sonogram and said YUP you have pyronies, come back in three months.  I didn't like that so i did all the alternative stuff on my own.  THe PRP shot helped for a bit didn't last, i want to try gains wave next  anyway, is it normal to feel all that plaque build up.  it feels like a lot but with little curve and no pain?
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Re: So Much Plaque?
« Reply #1 on: December 23, 2020, 08:49:35 PM »

I have multiple plaques and they seem sensitive to the touch
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38 years old, recently single father, recently diagnosed with peyronies after adult circumsision. Also have Erectile Dysfunction. In the researching urologist and depression stage :)

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Re: So Much Plaque?
« Reply #2 on: April 16, 2021, 01:21:17 AM »

H, I had/have a significant amount of plaque.  The worst remains after many xiaflex injections that removed the plaque from within the head and two large masses located on the bottom side in the middle and near the glans.  The bad plaque that xiaflex can't decompose much is a band or lathe on the dorsal side that runs the entire length from my body to the head. It's thick and wide. All the plaque used to hurt like he**.  Sometimes, my member would get snagged on clothing seams because it was no longer flexible. This hurt so much that I saw stars.  Xiaflex removed the two masses and the (hard) plaque that was in the head.  Xiaflex also made the long dorsal lathe flexible. 

Before the lathe-like feature became somewhat flexible, it hurt all the time. Now it does not. 
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Age: 62;  Peyronies Disease diagnoses: MAR 2019;  Onset: Immediate & severe;  Treatment: Xiaflex, APR 2019 to present, slow & steady improvement. Notable Xiaflex improvement through early 2021. Potentially good enough for late 2021 plication surgery.

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Re: So Much Plaque?
« Reply #3 on: April 16, 2021, 04:01:10 PM »

So I did the P-Shot

and that seems to take care of, or shrink the plaque on one side...I also have a plaque running the length of the penis on the top side, with two smaller nodules under the glans. 

the deformity however is slight, maybe 10 degrees up, and slight twist to the left. 

Im thinking of getting the P-SHot again, as I'm pretty sure it gave me some results..... and its way cheaper than XIAFLEX

im sure the its stable at this point, no pain, pretty good sex with VIAGRA ....so Im not all that worried anymore, but I would like to reduce some of the plaque if possible

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