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My System Of Dealing With Peyronie's

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I was told by my doctor I had prostate cancer almost eight years ago.  I confirmed this with two other doctors and went to see a specialist in the area.  He suggested that I have my prostate removed, as I was still a young man at 56.

The surgery was performed by the da Vinci computerized devise.  The surgery was a success, or so I was led to believe.

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None of the doctors stated that I would never be able to ejaculate during orgasm.  Instead my surgeon wanted me to start using a penis pump as soon as the healing was at a certain state.

Almost two years later, I awoke with severe pain, and noticed that my penis was curving to the left and near the middle of the shaft had an almost 30% bend back toward my belly.  The pain came with erections and sometimes for no reason.

Calling my surgeon, be suggested that it was probably nerve regeneration and offered no opinion about the curving and bending.  He arranged that I see one of his younger partners.  It was he that told me I had Peyronies Disease.  He suggested vitamin E, and a penis traction device.  I later had the shots to break up the calcium plaque and to soften the scar tissue.

Needless to say - I was very depressed, my wife was supportive, but our sex life was non-existent at that time.  If I did not have my spouse and son, I think I might have gone to a dark and scary place!  My life had changed and not for the better!  The pain was so intense at times, that I would lie down and cry!
I developed my own system of dealing with Peyronies - I acknowledge that I do not look like other men; my penis shrunk, but over time with the traction devise, I am gaining back those inches, and sometimes the curve almost disappears.

Six years ago, I was invited to speak at a urologist function regarding Peyronies.  I thought a lot about doing that and decided, that if I could help one other man deal with this dreadful thing, it would be my task to do so.  I feel better, but never totally complete.

Thank you for letting me have this opportunity to reach others.


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Birgir November 1st 2016

Dear Will

Thank you so much for sharing your experience with My Peyronie's readers. I truly admire your system of dealing with your Peyronie's and I applaud your bravery of speaking at an urologist function. I totally know how difficult it is to take the step to speak openly about such a private matter. Like you, I also decided it was my "task to do so". It was not easy but it has been very rewarding to be able to assist others, just like you are doing now.

Peyronie's is nothing to be ashamed of but there is still a stigma around it. Men like you play vital role in lifting this stigma and raising the awareness of this condition.

Thank You!

All the best to you and your family.

Kind regards,

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