Thread: PEGym causing a disease?
- 11-27-2012 #21
- 11-27-2012 #22
[QUOTE=bigdicko007;582271]Dude pterodactyl, I don't post much in this forum, dealing with a small problem myself so I've been browsing and stumbled on this.
PLEASE go to a doctor. Peyronies is a serious, degenerative condition, if you don't go now it will just get worse and worse. There are vitamin regimens, medications, stretching regimens you should be doing if you are noticing a hard painful plaque and curves.
Also, in the early stages of the disease, if can be treated easily. Later on, after a year or two, it doesn't respond nearly as well.
Honestly, I just can't imagine what is going through your head not going to a uro at this point. You are quite simply, going to lose your penis if you don't deal with this.
Don't do it tomorrow, do it yesterday.[/QUOTE
Well its been at least 17 yeas since I first noticed it. I really can't say its gotten any better or worse throughout that time. Maybe its not even peyronnies or it may be a mild case. Either way it doesn't cause any type of worriesome problems.
I appreciate your concern.pterodactyl
Currently on the Phallosan Forte
- 11-27-2012 #23
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I didn't know PE caused any scar tissue, which from reading replies on this thread is one of 2 causes of peyronies (that or genetics). Wouldn't you only get scar tissue if you injured your penis from PE? I thought it created micro-tears in the smooth muscle, but it heals, just as a bicep or chest muscle would from a workout.BPEL---EG-----Date
6.125---5.250---August 25, 2012 Initial Size
6.875---5.250---October 12, 2015 Current Size
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