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Boca Raton Peyronie’s Disease Treatment

Peyronie’s Disease Treatment Boca Raton, FL

Peyronie’s disease treatment can help men with scar tissue that causes the penis to curve and lose length or girth. If you don’t initiate early treatment, then this condition can progress and cause men to experience painful erections. Without the right treatment, Peyronie’s disease (PD) can make penetration impossible for men during sexual intercourse.Therefore, do not hesitate to seek the quality treatment you deserve. Peyronie’s disease treatment is available at Simply Men’s Health in Boca Raton and the surrounding area. Call us today at 561-232-3704 to learn more about our services or schedule an appointment.
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Understanding Peyronie’s Disease

Peyronie’s disease is a form of erectile dysfunction that causes a curved and painful erection. It is a noncancerous condition resulting from a buildup of fibrous scar tissue, also called plaque. While a curved erection does not always necessitate treatment, it can make sexual intercourse difficult. In fact, according to a 2016 study on the prevalence of Peyronie’s disease in the United States, an estimated 0.5% of adult males have this condition.Although not necessary, patients may actually feel the scar tissue through their skin . Alternatively or in addition, they may experience pain in a specific part of their penis as the scar tissue begins to form. Depending on the scar location, a patient’s penis may bend up, down, or toward the side since the scar tissue does not stretch. In most cases, the scar tissue forms on the top of the penis, causing it to curve upwards when erect.

Peyronie’s Disease Causes and Risk Factors

Since various factors play a role, the exact cause of Peyronie’s disease is not completely understood. But generally, this condition can occur as a result of repeated injury to the penis.  Even so, most often a patient may not remember the injury event.  Most often, the damage may occur during sex, an accident, athletic activities, or an unknown trauma.In other cases, Peyronie’s disease does not originate from injury or trauma but gradually develops.  In fact, certain health conditions or genetic predisposition  can cause Peyronie’s Disease. For example, a family history of Peyronie’s Disease in creases a man’s risk of developing PD.  In addition, certain connective tissue disorders increase a man’s risk of developing this condition. Lastly, older age may also contribute to the risk of getting this disease, since this condition is more prevalent in men in their 50s and 60s.

Receiving a Proper Diagnosis

Receiving a proper diagnosis is a key aspect of getting the right treatment for Peyronie’s disease. Therefore, patients will receive a physical examination. First, the physician will discuss any injuries, symptoms, and concerns.  Also, the physician will feel the patient’s hardened scar tissue.In some cases, an ultrasound is also necessary. In particular, this test will help reveal the location of the scar tissue, check for calcium buildup, and examine the blood flow in the penis. With this information, our team will determine the optimal treatment plan for the patient’s needs.

Traditional Treatments

Traditional treatments for Peyronie’s disease typically involves oral pentoxifylline, Xiaflex® injections, or invasive surgery. However, these options are generally less effective and painful. Moreover, in some cases, they can even result in worsened symptoms and shortening of the penis.Finally, surgery is a last resort for men with severe bends that prevent them from having sexual intercourse. Even if surgery succeeds in straightening a patient’s penis curvature, it can leave them with even worse erectile dysfunction. Fortunately, our team at Simply Men’s Health provides safe and effective treatment alternatives.

More Effective and Less Invasive Peyronie’s Disease Treatment Options

Our team at Simply Men’s Health provides revolutionary treatments that are more effective and less invasive than traditional treatment methods. Unlike traditional treatments that can be painful, our treatments are non-invasive.  In addition, not only can they reverse the cure, but also help with erectile dysfunction.  For example, available treatments include RejuvaWAVE® ED shockwave therapy, the Priapus® shot, and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment, laser and biolgics.  In fact, these therapeutic options for treating Peyronie’s disease help break down scar tissue and plaque to reduce the curvature of the penis.Not only do these treatments reduce penis curvature, but also restore a patient’s sexual vitality. In addition, in some cases, patients can even experience up to a one-inch increase in penis size and girth. Our team will develop a personalized treatment plan for each patient’s unique needs and preferences to produce optimal results.

Call Us Today

Do not let Peyronie’s disease prevent you from experiencing a satisfying sex life. Simply Men’s Health provides Peyronie’s disease treatment so you can find relief from your symptoms and enjoy restored sexual vitality. Call us today at 561-232-3704 to schedule an appointment or learn more about our services.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can Peyronie’s disease affect my fertility?No. This disease occurs when plaque forms under the skin of the penis. While this condition causes the penis to curve, it does not affect fertility nor cause any ejaculation or urination issues.How long does Peyronie’s disease last?In rare cases, Peyronie’s disease may go away on its own. However, it is usually a permanent condition. Although no treatment cures this disease 100% of the time, our treatments at Simply Men’s Health can help patients improve their symptoms and experience relief.What are the stages of Peyronie’s disease?There are two stages of Peyronie’s disease, the acute and chronic phases. First, the acute phase usually lasts about five to seven months but can last up to 18 months. During the acute phase,  plaque forms under the penis, causing the curvature to worsen and sometimes pain.  Next, during the chronic stage, the plaque stops growing, and penis curvature no longer worsens.What other complications are associated with Peyronie’s disease?Peyronie’s disease can cause physical and mental health complications. Besides erectile dysfunction, other physical complications may include penile pain, reduced penis length, and the inability to have sexual intercourse. Men with this condition may also experience mental health complications due to stress and anxiety. According to a study in the journal of Translational Andrology and Urology​, about 50% of men with Peyronie’s disease suffer from symptoms of depression, and more than 80% report distress related to their condition.What is the best treatment for Peyronie’s disease?Since every patient is different, there is no one best treatment method for all patients. Therefore, what works well for one patient may not work for others. We recommend getting treatment early since this gives patients more options and increases the likelihood of positive results.

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Simply Men’s Health is located at 3301 NW 2nd Ave #100 Boca Raton, FL 33431.(561) 232-3704