Posted 2/14/2009 6:54 PM (GMT -6)
If the curve is still unchanged (or gets better), wasn't painful and came on suddenly, it is Kelami's syndrome, not Peyronies. At least the medical description it would be Kelami's. There isn't much written on the subject but it's thought to happen in up to 20% of post prostatectomy men. Beta blockers, Caths, injury, injections, Duprenes contracture, chronic venous leakage....there are many potential causes. The usual complaint is a sudden onset, typically not painful curvature. The pump is supposed to help. Perhaps check on the "Peyronie's Society" forum for some answers and ideas.