About 2 years ago I injured my penis during sex/girl on top slip. I noticed right away the right chamber close to the foreskin was not full. I have been fine up until a few weeks ago. Now I have a constant dull burning sensation in the area. My erect penis is not curved/slightly. But after I ejaculate it cures to the left. I'm am so scared and depressed. I ordered all these supplements from Dr Lin who people think is a quack. But I'm scared to take because there are so many ingredients in them, I have bad anxiety thinking about the side effects.
1.) do you think I need the traction device? I am really broke right now.. Poor I should say.
2.) are the supplements and creams safe you recommend?
3.) can you write out when I should take these, and when to use the creams. I didn't see instructions on the site.
Is this real? I am so depressed.
You did not say so directly, so I will have to assume that you have been properly diagnosed as having Peyronie's disease. If you have not had that done yet, please do so.
Your description of the injury is very common, and taking about two years for active symptoms of PD to begin is also fairly common. Chances are that as the next year or two passes you will begin to notice more definite bending of your erections as the Peyronie's plaque develops. In regard to your questions:
1. I have no idea what traction device you are referring to. Generally, I take a stand against mechanical penis stretchers because of the injury they can create. Please see Penis extender claims and Peyronie's disease.
2. In over 10 years of working with the various supplements we use to support the ability to reduce Peyronie's disease there has never been a report of any problem more serious than a few days of diarrhea, that can be controlled by simply reducing dosage.
3. All supplements and therapies that you order from PDI come with complete instructions for correct and safe usage.
Peyronie's disease is real and can be a real shock when first diagnosed. Let me know if I can help you with ideas and comments. TRH