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Quote from: PeyroniKirai on July 16, 2022, 03:28:14 AMHi ThisIsNotYourDad,While I am not a urologist, in my view, if you don't have any deformity when erect, then a curve when flaccid or when semi-erect doesn't mean anything at all. When a penis grows erect, the spongy tissue on both sides fills with blood, not necessarily at exactly the same time. In a young man who is very excited, erection can take place in a second or two (we all remember that!). But if the excitement is less, or if the man is older, or there is some psychological factor at play, erection can take more time and during that time you could flop a little to one side or the other. This is not Peyronie's Disease. Peyronie's Disease becomes apparent only when you have a full erection, and it's not straight any more (assuming it was in the first place -- many perfectly normal men have erections shaped like a banana).You have not put your age or any other information into your profile so it's hard to make any other statements, but it sounds like maybe you're obsessing unnecessarily. Your urologist can't feel any plaque -- but this makes sense, because if your erections are straight and normal, it doesn't sound like you have any plaque. I'm not sure why you would think you do. Also I don't understand why you think you have a lymphocele. Have you had surgery recently? Where did you get the idea that you have a lymphocele? As for veins in the penis, everyone has them. You can't make a penis without veins. Just on this vein which you say looks like a ring: if you have a ring-like indentation going around your penis, as if there was a string tied tightly around it, then it sounds like "hourglassing", which could be a problem in the making. Here is a link to an anatomical text from Springer which shows hourglassing:https://www.google.com/search?q=peyronie%27s+disease+hourglassing&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwju45r_7_z4AhURB94KHWkNCWMQ_AUoAXoECAEQAw&biw=1920&bih=975&dpr=1#imgrc=_9s3d8R6whbPwMBut if your vein or ring isn't an indentation, then that's another reason to think it's not caused by Peyronie's. Remember, Peyronie's Disease is caused by a hard plaque or blockage in the membrane around the spongy tissue which prevents the tissue from expanding fully during erection (imagine putting a piece of tape on a balloon and then blowing it up: the part with the tape won't expand).Honestly, without any further information from you, I would think that the heat and the castor oil aren't doing anything, the stretching is more likely to do damage than to help, and the Cialis is just that, a pill which will increase blood flow to the penis when you get an erection, so unless you have Erectile Dysfunction I wouldn't even take that. I don't want to be rude, but why do you think you even have a problem?Good luck,PK
Quote from: Jimmy123 on July 31, 2022, 02:59:02 PMI'm not an expert but I like the advice that PK gave you. The primary advice should always be to see a clinician, and it appears that you have."The treatments that I've been doing." - Treatments for what? See PK's post above.
Quote from: Jimmy123 on August 01, 2022, 04:11:50 PM"I've gone to my urologist but he said he didn't feel any plaque"-So you quite possibly don't have any.I recommend looking at Dr. Trost's posts on this forum. He is an expert. If I understand correctly, ultrasound imaging isn't necessarily better than an examination by a skilled clinician. Just my opinion, but it possible that you don't have Peyronies Disease, and possible-to-probable that you do have anxiety. I have anxiety myself so I have some understanding! I think there's no shortage of it on this forum.
Quote from: Jimmy123 on August 01, 2022, 05:50:45 PMI wonder what the link is between leaving the country and erection status. Regardless,the effect of mindset on this function is massive. Might be best to give it a rest and get some counselling. That's what I'm doing.