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Fibrosis And Scarring Of The Penis
Peyronies Disease: You have described peyronies disease. It is a scarring of the rods of the penis that causes pain, curvature and can progress to ED. Genetics, trauma and some medical problems play a role. Peyronies is more common in diabetics, who already have risk factors for ed. Unfortunately medical treatments have been disappointing. Surgical treatment is usually reserved for those unable to penetrate. ...Read more
Can soft erections and penis shrinkage due to penis fibrosis in pyronies disease be treated?and when does it cause permenant dsmage?
How likely would a healthy 21 year old get peyronies from slightly rough sex with NO health problems or fibrosis issues.penis now bends.not peyronies?
Repetative question: You have asked this question to multiple physicians and received multiple answers: you seem obsessed with this issue: the question is: how rough was the sex? what exactly did yoy do when this happened? what whas done to you? and most importantly: why havwen't you been examined and counseled? Please be considerate of all of our physician's time and advice. ...Read more
Dx NAFL in 05. Now biopsy shows scarred and fibrosis with many symptoms. Is this progressing faster than normal?
Could diesel fumes cause scar tissue and fibrosis - if the diesel fumes are in the work environment?
Do they use lasers in u.S. To get rid of scar tissue I have artho fibrosis of the knee after a total knee replacement
Maybe: Arthrofibrosis is a condition that can occur after tka (and other procedures) and results in scarring inside the knee that can cause stiffness and pain. It can be difficult to treat and the cause is not always known. Manipulation, arthroscopic release of adhesions(with a shaver, radiofrequency wand, or laser), and possible revision may be necessary to treat the condition. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Do they use laser in the u.S. To get rid of arthro fibrosis of the knee i had a total knee replacement 22 months ago and still have pain and limited mobility and was told by a p.T. That in australia they use lasers to get rid of scar tissue.
Probably: Current evidence is that arthroscopic treatment for post knee replacement stiffness is at best an unpredictable treatment. Once other causes such as infection, loosening and instability have been ruled out the patient may have to decide if the stiffness and pain are bad enough to have the surgery redone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Diagnosed with acute pulmonary fibrosis in 09. Currently 75% each lung scarred, how much time could be left?
Fibrosis/keloid scar on my head. If I have it removed will my hair grow back through the scar? Will the scar be long and thin or round like keloid
No clear answer: After scar or keloid removal in the scalp it is unusual for the hair to grow back through the new scar. It is even possible that you could lose some hair around the new scar depending on how large the original keloid was. Keloids are somewhat prone to regrow so you could also need some cortisone shots around the new scar or even other treatments to help minimize the chance of recurrence. ...Read more