Hey Everyone. I have read though many of the posts on here, and they have been really helpful for the past few months. I thought I would share all of this, even though it won't apply to most people. There is a Peyronie's Disease (PD) board out there, but there's not really a progress section there & they don't discuss reconstruction / PMMA / size restoration...and my posts (after today) will be about getting my size back (unless people have PD questions, I am happy to answer). I can't get PMMA for a few months until I am healed from surgery, but I definitely want to do it...and I will likely do traction to get back to where I started (or more if it's possible).
Before reading this board, I was not even sure I wanted to get surgery to fix the PD I had because I sort of thought my dick was a lost cause. I was incredibly depressed over what Peyronie's disease did - and I never thought it was possible to get back to normal. This was one of the shittiest things that I've dealt with and I am surprised I am even posting about it in detail online bc of how sensitive of an issue it has been...but maybe there's value in this to some people. If Miracle8x7 hadn't posted what he did, I'd still be where I was a year ago - miserable w/ no hope of improvement. Every day, urologists tell people with PD that they have no hope of improvement...it's really not true. Though honestly, every treatment failed over a 4 year period, I did not want to risk surgery. After reading posts here, I realized I might actually have chance at some kind of meaningful recovery if I got things started with surgery like Miracle did.
Since I have a lot of pics - I'll walk through my back story in a couple of posts, so the pics are sort of "in-line" with what I'm talking about without getting too jumbled, hopefully.
Anyway, I started off with a reasonable penis - about 6.5 EL x 4.5. I always thought it was thin (well, it was thin) but it wasn't something I was that concerned about since the options at the time (fat, alloderm) weren't reliable and were very very expensive. This pics attached to this post were the starting point - before any PD symptoms. I had a curve (since puberty) of maybe 10 degrees. There was no plaque here - this is not PD yet.
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Part 1: The first year - recovering 1/2" girth lost to Peyronie's Disease (Round 1 & 2 Metacrill PMMA)
Part 2: Things starting to go bad (I had nodules removed and excisions wouldn't heal) (After Round 3)
Part 3: Resolving Round 3 problems caused entirely by USA doctors.
Part 4: All PMMA (from all 3 rounds) hardened 6-12 months after round 3.