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Pumping study

Here’s a study that’s been conducted in 2010 that shows pumping is an effective Peyronie’s disease treatment and also leads to significant penis lengthening.

The role of vacuum pump therapy to mechanically straighten the penis in Peyronie’s disease
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Raheem AA, Garaffa G, Raheem TA, Dixon M, Kayes A, Christopher N, Ralph D.
Department of Urology, St Peter’s Hospitals and The Institute of, Urology, London, UK.

Abstract

Study Type - Therapy (case series) Level of Evidence 4 OBJECTIVE To assess the efficacy of vacuum therapy in mechanically straightening the penile curvature of Peyronie’s disease (PD). PATIENTS AND METHODS Modelling of the tunica albuginea has been shown to be possible during penile implant surgery and this principle has been applied as an alternative conservative therapy. In all, 31 patients with PD (mean duration 9.9 months; mean age 51 years, range 24-71) completed the study. Over a 12-week period, the patients used a vacuum device (Osbon ErecAid(R), MediPlus, High Wycombe, UK) for 10 min twice daily. The assessment at study entry and at completion after 12 weeks included the International Index of Erectile Function questionnaire, a perceived pain intensity score, stretched penile length measurement and the angle of penile deformity after an intracavernous injection with prostaglandin E1. RESULTS There was a clinically and statistically significant improvement in penile length, angle of curvature and pain after 12 weeks of using the vacuum pump. Of the 31 patients, 21 had a reduction in the angle of curvature by 5-25 degrees , three had worsening of the curvature and there was no change in the remaining seven. The curvature was corrected surgically in 15 patients while the remaining 16 (51%) were satisfied with the outcome. CONCLUSION Vacuum therapy can improve or stabilize the curvature of PD, is safe to use in all stages of the disease, and might reduce the number of patients going on to surgery.

Well at $400+ dollars for a cylinder and pummp - even though it is ergonomically presented. is unlikely to get men quivering to buy it.

Do a search to the site -

Osbon ErecAid(R),

and see the detail.


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“I purchased the full study. If there is issue with including it here, feel free to remove it. If not, maybe it can be placed in the resources area.

Info relating to the process used: Over a 12-week period, the patients used a vacuum device (Osbon ErecAid®, MediPlus, High Wycombe, UK; Figs 1,2) without the constriction ring, for 10 min twice daily to stretch the penis. The cylinder was applied to the penis and slowly inflated until the penis was erect and maintained in this position for 3 min. The vacuum was then released to allow the erection to subside and the process repeated over a 10-min period. Patients were encouraged to remain compliant with the protocol by 2-weekly telephone calls from the study nurse practitioner. The patients also completed a daily diary to monitor their pump use and assess their compliance. This study had ethical approval”

http://www.peyroniesforum.net/index.php?topic=1211.0


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They measured stretched length, pumping might be implying the elasticity, which for PD sounds like a good thing.


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What is unclear is if the stretched length augmented only to those people who reduced curvature.

For the sake of completeness, a full pdf, older 2005 pumping study:

“To our knowledge, the present study is the first to assess the long-term effects of vacuum treatment for penile elongation. We found no significant sustained increase in penile length after vacuum treatment, so it seems that the answer to the question ‘A vacuum device for penis elongation: fact or fiction?’, is ‘fiction’. However, ≈ 30% of the men reported that they were satisfied with the treatment. In conclusion, the vacuum device does not seem to be a useful method for penile elongation, but it provides psychological satisfaction for some men.”

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/…006.05992.x/pdf

Originally Posted by vacuum study
After 6 months, the mean penile length had increased from 7.6 cm to 7.9 cm (no significant difference) Vacuum treatment of the penis is not an effective method for penile elongation, but noninvasive method for penile elongation.

They indicate a gain of 4% and claim it isn’t significant. But if you had a length of 6”, that same percentage would get you 1/4”. Not bad for 3 times a week of only 20 minutes. They should repeat the study with parameters of 5 times a week, with three 10 minute sessions, a warmup before, and some jelqing in between. :-)

I would die for a 1/4”.

I would kill for another 1/4”.

I would kill , die and reborn .


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Originally Posted by computerguy
They indicate a gain of 4% and claim it isn’t significant. But if you had a length of 6”, that same percentage would get you 1/4”. Not bad for 3 times a week of only 20 minutes. They should repeat the study with parameters of 5 times a week, with three 10 minute sessions, a warmup before, and some jelqing in between. :-)

You might be right but based on this study look at the P value: “there was no significant difference between the length before and after treatment (P=0.2).”

So you can’t reject the null hypothesis. This means that even if there was no difference pre and post and given that sample size you would expect that ~ 1/5 times you carry out such an experiment you would get that much of a difference (from the little that I remember from stats). It might be a “real” difference as you say but there’s ~20% chance, it isn’t.

Well, thankfully for me it was the 80%. Just finished 4 months of pumping only (three 10 minute sessions at 4Hg 5x per week), and gained another 1/4” length exclusively from that.


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Originally Posted by alin
I would kill , die and reborn .

Hahaha.. you are funny.

Yes.. 1/4 inch would be very nice!


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1/4” girth would be even nicer :-)


11/2009: 6.25 NBPEL/6.5 BPEL, 4.7 MEG/4.95 Base EG

current: 6.7 NBPEL / 7.0 BPEL, 4.95 MEG/5.2 Base EG

In addition to this study, there was one done with guys with peyronies. This showed a significant increase in length, and I don’t think it was just due to straightening, because they said it was an “unexpected result.” Anyway, I’m posting the link here because it also contains another link to a “protocol” they use for pumping that I thought might be of interest.

http://www.peyronies-disease.co.uk/…therapy-to.html


11/2009: 6.25 NBPEL/6.5 BPEL, 4.7 MEG/4.95 Base EG

current: 6.7 NBPEL / 7.0 BPEL, 4.95 MEG/5.2 Base EG

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