I have Peyronie's disease with a downward curvature when erect. I have watched the PDI gentle massage video and it states that you should attack the biggest curvature first, ok. But here is a problem, when the penis is flaccid, ie not erect, I also have an hour-glass deformity figure. The hourglass figure is not there when fully erect at all, but it does make it harder to apply gentle massage technique when flaccid. So should I try to attack the hour-glass figure first or not?
If you are correctly applying the gentle manual PDI penis stretching technique to a flaccid penis that demonstrates a hourglass deformity you should not have any trouble holding or maintaining the correct contact. You are doing something wrong.
In your question you used the word “attack” twice.
In the one-hour video I know I did not use that word once, because the emphasis is always about how light and gentle the contact and minimal the traction is when applying this special penis stretching technique. I hope you are not being too aggressive with this method of treating Peyronie's disease, and that you are carefully applying the specific instructions just as they were carefully presented to you. For you to be having a problem holding a contact for an hourglass deformity tells me you are not doing the work correctly.
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In the video spent a lot time explaining the method will not work if you are too aggressive and heavy-handed when you use it, so please be careful how you apply it. Actually, I encourage you to sit down and watch the CD again to be sure you are doing it correctly.
Regardless how you might be using unnecessary and counter-productive force, I can advise you that you should be applying traction not to correct the hourglass deformity since you report that it is only present when you are flaccid, or non-erect. Your gentle penis traction should be applied to correct the downward bent penis carefully following the instructions given in hour long video for this kind of deformity.
Also, you do not mention doing any other form of Peyronie's treatment, such as vitamin E and C, systemic enzymes, PABA, DMSO, etc. If you are only using the PDI gentle manual penis stretching technique by itself you are making another mistake. Please contact me if you have any questions or need something explained in greater detail. I am concerned how you are working to correct your Peyronie's disease and want to assist you in any way I can. TRH