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Apitherapy peyronie's Disease

Apitherapy peyronie's Disease

A method of possibly removing calcium deposits throughout the structure of the penis, to allow greater flexibility of the tissues and possible growth.

I don’t want to create any sort of bias. Has any one researched or found any interesting literature?

APITHERAPY, or “bee therapy” (api is from the Latin apis meaning bee and therapy from the Greek word meaning “caring service”) is the medicinal use of products made by honeybees. This therapy includes Bee Sting Therapy, also known as Bee Venom Therapy.

Got this information from
Http://www.apitherapy.org/

Bee Venom is used to remove the calcium deposits the body stores due to stress, disease, normal behaviour, body mechanics etc. This could also be related to Peyronie disease.

I recently became interested in something along this lines. While I don’t know if what I have is classically considered peyronie’s, due to a very aggressive circumcision, the underside of my shaft was left no room to grow, resulting in a downward curve, with the most aggressive “bend” where my shaft meets my body.

I was researching estrogen dominance for my wife (something she suspects she is dealing with due to years and years on the pill) I came across some information about fibroids:

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Magnesium Citrate - Some fibroids, especially older ones, can develop a calcium coating which can get in the way of enzymes dissolving the fibrin within. Magnesium, when taken alone without calcium, can help to remove the calcification of uterine fibroid tumors. Magnesium is also helpful for uterine cramping.

http://www.energeticnutrition.com/vitalzym/magcit.html

They have an enzyme supplement said to dissolve the fibroids (made up partly of fibrin) where the main ingredient is serrapeptase, so I’m researching that, which does seem to point to decent potential dissolving fibrous deposits.

I’m very seriously considering using PABA (possibly after being on a good dosage of the magnesium citrate), which has been clinically shown to help reduce the curvature in patients with peyronie’s disease.

I’m doing girth work now, but I should have my due diligence done on these supplements by the time I’ve grown a bit of extra shaft skin to allow straighter erect extension of my penis, and plan to use some or all of the above while doing some length work focusing solely on upward angle stretches.

Does this sound to you like peyronie’s..

My left side is 5” and right side is 6” so I “curve” to the left. I”ve found that hanging with a pulley SU isolates the limiting factor which is pretty much my entire left side/tunica. But after even one good set, when I pull - I can “FEEL THE PULL all the way down - internally - and it stops/starts in the perineum area.

Thanks for the info Trips, I will definitely read more about that vitamin. You maybe interested in reading about MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane). “Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) is an organosulfur compound with the formula (CH3)2SO2. It is also known by several other names including DMSO2, methyl sulfone, and dimethyl sulfone. [1] This colorless solid features the sulfonyl functional group and is considered relatively inert chemically. It occurs naturally in some primitive plants and is present in small amounts in many foods and beverages and it is marketed as a dietary supplement, although it’s benefits are disputed.” - Wikipedia It is said to also have properties of freeing up deposits by increasing body circulation and aiding in cell/deposit permeability, helping break up scars and tears. It is going to be in my list of PE Meds for sure, tons of people swear by it online, of course they are just not using it for their junk!

On the same topic, do you think it would be best on focusing in breaking up all the scars and calcium deposits first? Once the limiting factors Hardened tunica, hardened ligaments and restricted blood flow is out of the way proper focus to expanding the healthy tissues could be carried out with much more ease and success. This is me thinking though, sometimes I think too much (mostly stuff)

Howsithanging - Now I feel I know too much about you, mostly because now I know how you came up with your name. Is it technically peyronies, probably not. Since many males have this sort of curvature, we all differ in the swing of our bad though (leaning one way or another) If the bend were more pronouced it could be considered peyronies if it cause pain during an erection or during intercourse.

Originally Posted by scrubs80
Thanks for the info Trips, I will definitely read more about that vitamin. You maybe interested in reading about MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane). “Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) is an organosulfur compound with the formula (CH3)2SO2. It is also known by several other names including DMSO2, methyl sulfone, and dimethyl sulfone. [1] This colorless solid features the sulfonyl functional group and is considered relatively inert chemically. It occurs naturally in some primitive plants and is present in small amounts in many foods and beverages and it is marketed as a dietary supplement, although it’s benefits are disputed.” - Wikipedia It is said to also have properties of freeing up deposits by increasing body circulation and aiding in cell/deposit permeability, helping break up scars and tears. It is going to be in my list of PE Meds for sure, tons of people swear by it online, of course they are just not using it for their junk!

On the same topic, do you think it would be best on focusing in breaking up all the scars and calcium deposits first? Once the limiting factors Hardened tunica, hardened ligaments and restricted blood flow is out of the way proper focus to expanding the healthy tissues could be carried out with much more ease and success. This is me thinking though, sometimes I think too much (mostly stuff)

Hmm. Will check out MSM. I’ve heard of it before, but not for the effects of breaking up scar tissue.

I’m no sure if going after the calcium deposits would be more effective, or if what we are looking at addressing even suffers from calcium build up, but my thought is magnesium is good for you anyway, so why not take it for a month or two before starting on any of the other supplements? Shouldn’t hurt, might help.

Howsithanging, from my understanding, that seems almost like the classic case of peyronie’s.

I have a fibrous condition in my hands that is related to Peyronies so I had my urologist examine me.

He examined my flaccid, using his hands to look for lumps and did not find any.

Having a curved penis is normal.

If you are worried about Peyronies have your doctor look at it.


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