at 43 yrs old, i had no Peyronies symptoms. i injured my hand, and it required surgery to insert a couple of screws. when the cast was removed, i noticed a bump in the palm of my hand. about a month later, i noticed Peyronies plaques/scarring.
my primary care physician diagnosed me with Dupuytrens and Peyronies. have you ever heard of this being triggered this way? i don't think it was a coincidence – not sexually active – no trauma occurred in that area. i had extensive swelling in my arm immediately after surgery from a nerve block that was used, and i can't help but think that might have played a role. my primary care doctor thinks the surgery triggered some sort of systemic fibromatosis condition.
wondering what your thoughts are on this. this occurred 3+ yrs ago, and there really has been no change.
Yes, I have heard of this sudden and widespread type of onset in which both Dupuytren contracture and Peyronies disease start at the same time from trauma. In a few cases the trauma was to the upper extremity and once to the penis. You might also have developed these two problems due to drug side-effects. Since you did not mention your drug intake history I can only speculate, but there are certain medications that are know to cause both DC and PD; certain blood pressure, tranquilizer and a few other categories of medication can trigger a similar systemic fibromatosis.
If you have not noticed any change in three years with either problem you probably will within a short time since both conditions are progressive, although the rate might be slow.
Your real concern at this time should be directed toward elimination of these problems. Please review the DCI and PDI sites for Alternative Medicine treatment options to increase your ability to heal and repair these tissue changes. TRH