Hello been lurking for a while and seriously considering Ellanse or something like HA. Considering Ellanse because it seems like it could be like a trial run before receiving PMMA. I have peyronies and have an indentation on the right side of my penis.
Was wondering if something like this is even an option with peyronies or if it could be used to fill in the indentation.Scheduling an appointment to make sure it’s not progressing any further wanting to add .5 to .75 in Girth.
Currently I’m 7el and about 5.5 eg with the glans at 6eg please and thank you for any advise in advance the people in this forum seem very knowledgeable and very helpful towards each other
All anyone can do, including medical professionals, is say that they don't "think" it will have an impact. But ultimately, no one will know until you've had the procedure. Any time the skin is punctured and a cannula is inserted, there has to be potential for further trauma. With your current stats, I think it would be very foolish to take the risk. If you were smaller, then maybe it would be worth looking into. But you already have a big penis, so why take the risk of potentially making the Peyronies worse?
I do, however, think it could help fill in the indentation.
The indentation-filling could be an alternative means to visually improving your peyronies, but I'd much consider seeking out peyronie's treatment/correction (depending on how severe it is) than to bother with any sort of Phalloplasty, especially at your current starting stats (which is legitimately "hung").
Well I do appreciate the input the biggest reason for looking into it is the indention just figured if I had it done I would add a little Girth while they were in there .
going to just talk with a Urologist and explorer alternative methods to fixing the looks of it but it would be nice if the shaft was as thick as the glans
If some aesthetic "filling in" is something you desire while correcting Peyronies, contact Dr. Morganstern or Dr. Carney --> they're both Urologists not only well versed in Peyronie's, but also specialize in fillers & Phalloplasty. They work out of Atlanta, GA, assuming travel/lodging isn't a major concern.
Thanks man I really appreciate it you don’t just want anyone working on that and don’t really trust a Urologist in Alabama where I’m at something like this it’s best to not cut corners and definitely worth traveling for