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I was diagnosed with Peyronie's in June 2016. It was determined I probably got it a few months earlier by attempting sex without a complete erection, and damaged tissues in my penis. I had hard lumps buried on the top of my penis, (most likely plaque) and what felt like two hardened worms stretching from the base of the shaft to almost the head. Any attempt to achieve erection was not complete and caused great pain.
After the Urologist told me there wasn't any proven cure available, I did my own research. I noticed a few people tried Ultrasound, some with good results. Not having such a machine available, I thought I would try something similar, my Sonic toothbrush. I know this sounds weird but please bear with.
I placed my thumb under the shaft, and with my fingers, pulled my penis down around the thumb to force the lumps on top to the surface as much as possible. I then took the flat side of the Sonic tooth brush (the opposite side of the brushes) turned it on to the highest vibrations setting, and firmly pressed on the lumps in a circular motion. I did this for about 5 minutes, and also massaged the rest of the top of my penis going from the base to the head with it. I can tell you they almost immediately disappeared, and the pain significantly subsided.
I let the little feller rest for a couple days, then did the same treatment, followed by another one a day or so after that. The lumps have disappeared completely. I am thinking the high frequency from the Sonic toothbrush applied to the lumps caused the plaque to break up or dissolve.
I then put some Castor oil on the hardened "worms" and they have softened back to almost normal. My penis is about 99% back to normal after a week or so of this treatment. My erections are back to normal without pain.
I have placed this cure on several pyronie's sites, hoping someone else will try this to see if I am a fluke or if this is truly an easy cure for this horribly disabling disease. I hope this works for all who are suffering with no apparent hope.
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