Peyronies Question

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  1. RickmanTT

    RickmanTT New Member

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    Is there any way to control Peyronies disease? any exercise to ease the pain or how long would the pain last? My pain started since January and it actually bent slightly to the left. Any suggestions?
     
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    A slight curve isn't important and would not warrant corrective surgery (in any case, it would shorten your erection by half an inch to an inch).
    Your main problem is the pain or discomfort. Discuss this with a urologist and ask whether massage of the flaccid penis would help to ease the scar discomfort. The doctor may simply advise waiting a little time or prescribe something to speed up the healing.
     
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    I am a survivor of Peyronies, and as much as the posted comments are with good intensions, there is no doctor who can help with peyroneis. When I say no doctor, that is a broad statement. Truth be known, they try but no one has ever yet come up with anything that works. They try and they try and nothing is really effective. That is why people come on the "online forums" to try and get some answers. Real peyroneis leaves you with a severly deformed and bent schlong. It more than that, leaves you with a damaged penis that only with time and proper theraphy can you get back to functionality. Many and I can almost say the word MOST men give up and both their spouse and themselves are tramatized because of what has happend. When I say I am a survivor, it means that I have succeeded in becoming functional. Not because of a doctor. I have seen urologists and specialists. None have helped. Oh, they gave me medication and they gave me ideas but not one gave me any hope. Two said...there is no hope. One said, he had never seen anything like this except on a cadaver (that is really encouraging) and several said take this or that and I did and it didn't help.

    What does help? Excercises, Penile enlargement exercises have been the most helpful. I have done everything from Pumping, which I did first. To Jelqs and stretching and even hanging. All had a significant part in getting my penis back to where it is today. I have still had and still do have some very strong disagreements with peyronies so called doctors as they want you to try their herbs, meds and "other things" none of which help, but sure drain your pocketbook.
     
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    as much as i sympathize with what you went thru...he was referring to pain...his curve is very slight, if you look at his pics. IF he's having pain...That is something they can help with. Except for surgery, there is not much that they can do for an extreme curve. His issue was more with pain from what I understood from the OP.
     
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    i too suffer from peyronies, and have been dealing with it for the past 9 months. i had excrutiating pain everytime i got an erection, so i went to my primary care physician who thought i had prostatitis, and referred me to an urologist. the urologist diagnosed me with peyronies after an examination. he put me on potaba, which made me sick to m stomach. then he put me on 1000 units of vitamin e daily. the vitamin e had helped tremendously. i no longer have pain when erect, and some of the curvature i experienced has lessened. i would suggest going to an urologist and taking to him/her about your condition. there are methods of treatment, you just need to find what's right for you.
     
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    I suffered from peyronies and its extreme curvature. The first symptom was painful erections with the pain being centered about two inches below the head and on the left side of my penis. My Urologist performed injections and put me on 1000 units of vitamin e daily. It did not stop the progress and I ended up with an "L" shaped erection. It took surgery by Dr. Harold Reed in Miami, FL to correct it and I lost 1 1/2 inches in length, but it straightened my erection. Good luck to any sufferers of this horrible disease.
     
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    Massage it, use it!! The best is a partner that cannot leave your member alone but I am with German Stallion on this. it took about 2+ years to get close to normal. However, I have lost some feeling and length but the lump and bend is gone. Trust me on the massage!!
     
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