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My first sign of Peyronies was just 5 weeks ago, a small indentation on side below mid-shaft. A week later I noticed a slight bend in the same area. Last week the bend was even a bit worse and I did masturbate, not rough though. Since that time I have almost no ability to get a full erection. I believe some of this is mental as I had no problem before and am quite upset mentally about this problem. Injury can be seen (not felt) below the skin when nearly erect. Looks flat elongated and possibly a bit larger recently. So I am now nearing 6 weeks since first signs.
Believe I hurt myself originally during aggressive sex with a slip and bend.
Daily I have been taking since day one 1800mg fish oil, 3- 100mg doses of ubiquinol, 3- 500 mg doses of ALC, 3- 500mg doses of Arginine, 4- 100 mg doses of vitamin E. Daily vitamin B, C and Zinc (30mg). I have no pain with exception of occasional burning sensation at base of penis and above that area.
My question is am I doing the right things at this point? Also, I have heard from many and read that traction often works over time. Is this something I should consider? My case is very new and I saw it almost Immediately. Is it too early to begin massaging the scar?some. I workout daily and am in reasonably good shape. Not overweight and have a near impeccable diet. I am severely stressed by this.
First of all, you do not know for a fact that you have Peyronie's disease. You might simply be feeling the effects of the sudden bending injury to your penis. Typically it takes longer to notice signs and symptoms of an actual case of Peyronies disease, although it is possible since most everything about PD is variable from one case to another. Because of this I strongly encourage you to go to a urologist for an examination and to have your problem diagnosed so you are sure of what is actually going on with you at this time.
Please be careful with any future sexual activity that could potentially re-injure your penis, whether it be intercourse or masturbation. The last thing you need is another injury on top of this one. This is something for you to keep in the back of your mind for the rest of our life.
If you do indeed have Peyronie's disease the actual Peyronie's plaque and later scar formation will never be visible. These are tissue changes that go on under the surface of the skin in a layer of tissue called the tunica albuginea, and can be located by light and sensitive touch.
Your list of supplementation is interesting but I cannot comment on what you are taking because the quality of the supplementation is just as important as what you are taking and the quantity you are taking. Since I have no idea about the quality of these items I cannot assume you are doing the right thing for yourself. If you are interested in using a supplement program to assist your recovery I suggest you consider using those on the PDI website since I have utmost confidence and experience with them when used to increase healing of Peyronie's disease. I can tell you from looking at your list of supplementation that you are incorrect in addressing your problem by only taking supplements and not using what I will call external therapies to assist recovery from the exterior of the body. I will be able to work with you when it is these products you are using.
Every month I hear from men whose Peyronie's disease started after using a penis traction device; they can and do cause injury. For this reason I think it would be wrong thing to use for any man, especially after having sustained an injury such as the one you describe.
Please do not massage your penis directly because doing so could cause further injury. Perhaps you have read about the PDI Massage and Exercise video. Well, in that video we clearly instruct men with PD to not directly massage the penis. The message we propose to use is applied to areas and tissue other than directly over or to the penis. You can find out more about this by clicking Peyronies disease exercises.
Right now it appears that you are guessing about a lot of things when it is important that you should be doing the right things. Please spend some time reading different aspects of this subject, as with the article Guide for Peyronie's disease treatment. If you have additional concerns or questions please let me know. TRH