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Is arousal painful for you? Or do you just notice your erection is curving? You may have Peyronie’s disease, a progressive condition that causes the penis to curve when erect.
If left untreated the bend can advance so that sexual activity becomes painful or even so curved that penetration is impossible.
You may have unsuccessfully tried painful treatments at or Urologists or even considered surgery as a last resort, which may straighten the curve but leave you with ED. Do not give up hope…
Simply Men’s Health has great success in treating Peyronie’s with our most advanced, innovative, safest, and effective treatments so that you and your partner can enjoy intimacy and a great sex life again.
Call us at 561-510-9482 to schedule an appointment and learn more about the treatment you need to live life to the fullest.
Peyronie’s Disease Q & A
What is Peyronie’s Disease?
Peyronie’s disease is an inflammatory condition with build-up of scar tissue and plaque that causes the penis to curve or bend. Most often this curvature is only visible during an erection, but one can fell the scar tissue and plaque in a flaccid penis.
How Common is Peyronie’s Disease?
About 5-10% of men suffer from Peyronie’s Disease. PD is most common in men between the ages of 40 and 70, but can also occur in younger men.
What are the Symptoms of Peyronie’s Disease?
The symptoms range in severity and progress over time. The bend can become so severe that erections are excruciatingly painful and penetration is impossible.
- Bent or curved penis
- Pain with or without an erection
- Difficulty having intercourse
- Loss of width or shortened penis
- Lumps (plaque) and scar tissue under the skin
- Inability to achieve or maintain a full erection
What are the causes of Peyronie’s Disease?
Often the cause of Peyronie’s is unknown. It is believed that Peyronie’s is often the result of an injury caused by rough sex or even a minor injury in the past that one is not even aware of or can also be due to genetic or environmental reasons. During the healing process, an inflammatory condition results in the formation of scar tissue which then forms the plaque of Peyronie's disease. During an erection, this scar tissue doesn’t allow the penis to stretch causing a curve.
What are the Traditional Treatments for Peyronie’s Disease?
Traditional medicine does not have much to offer. Medications such as oral Pentoxifylline or Xiaflex injected directly into the plaque tend not to be effective. Often the treatment was painful and prolonged and often resulted in ED and shortening of the penis and urologists often opted for surgery.
What Revolutionary Treatment is Available at Simply Men’s Health for PD?
Now at Simply Men’s Health, there is a drug and surgery-free alternative for men suffering from Peyronie’s Disease, RejuvaWAVE®, PRP, and Stems Cell Therapies work by breaking down the scar tissue and plaque and reducing the curvature of the penis typical of Peyronie’s Disease. The added benefit is that these treatments also turn back the clock and restore your sexual vitality as well and can even increase penis size.
What are the Advantages of Simply Men’s Health PD Treatments?
- In-office procedure, same-day discharge
- No general anesthesia, No recovery time, No downtime
- Can resume sexual activities the next day after the procedure
- No lumpiness, swelling or discoloration after procedure
- Increases sensation and pleasure
Are There Any Side Effects?
- Essentially no undesirable side effects, rarely mild bruising
- Increases sensitivity and improves strength and intensity of orgasm
- Increases ability to achieve and maintain erections
- May increase penis size up to 1” in length and girth
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