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The condition of Peyronies Disease occurs when internal scar tissue causes the penis to turn to one side, or up, or down.
It was first documented and named after the French physician Francois de la Peyroni. He found that scar tissue in the penis can cause significant to severe bending of the penis as well as erectile dysfunction.
The bending can be minor or extreme.
In most cases,
It Is Easily Remedied.
Peyronies Disease usually affects men between forty and sixty years old. It is not something a man catches from someone, like a virus. It is simply a scar tissue condition. Usually associated with some physical trauma.
Peyronies Disease is not the same as Hypospadias which is a birth defect. Peyronies Disease develops in adulthood. It can seem to develop "overnight".
Because scar tissue does not stretch as much as normal tissue, the penis curves when it becomes erect.
This curvature can cause major depression, as well as psychological and marital problems. However, the condition is easily remedied in virtually all cases, if you know how.
If the scar tissue is on top of the penis (most common), it bends up. On the bottom, it bends down. On the side, it bends to that side.
If the scarring is on two opposite sides it may shorten the penis or make it look "dented" or like and invisible band is constricting it.
It may also cause a penis to be hard at the base and soft at the top or skinny in the middle.
Peyronies Disease can cause an erection to be very painful as well (because of the pull on the hard and brittle scar tissue).
Impotence and lack of sexual desire can occur.
Peyronies is almost always the result of physical trauma. The penis is a delicate organ. Physical impact, severe bending of an erection, vigorous sex with the female on top bending backwards, surgery (either Urological or pelvic), can all cause Peyronies Disease.
Genetics is also a cause in rare instances. It is usually in association with a disease known as Dupuytren's contraction. This is linked to a protein known as HLA-B27 antigen.
The response to all medical treatments has been very poor.
Verapamil (high blood pressure medication), steroids, and other medications have been injected with little or no benefits. All these drugs also produce adverse side effects.
Cholchicine and Tamoxifan (anti-cancer drugs) have also been tried with similar lack of results and the accompanying dangerous adverse side effects.
Surgery has been used and is just plain insane! Surgery can cause erectile dysfunction as well as permanent impotence. So, instead of a bent erection you have no erection.
Surgery usually also causes lack of sensation due to nerve damage. And, surgery can actually cause future Peyronies Disease due to the scarring that develops from the surgery itself.
Peyronies Disease Surgery
Treatment That Works!
Virtually every man that suffers from Peyroies Disease can cure the condition easily without the use of any dangerous useless drugs or surgery.
The most effective method used is called penile traction. A simple penis traction device, used properly, will normally remedy penis curvature due to scarring in about 6-12 months. The results are permanent.
The penile traction device is so effective at lengthening body tissue that they are now commonly sold as a "penis enlargers".
A penis traction device is Non Invasive (no cutting of the penis). This means you are not subject to all the horrible possibly permanent side effects of penis surgery.
How It Works
Penis traction devices stretch the penis just slightly beyond the point of elasticity. This causes microscopic tears between cells.
These "torn" cellular connections heal themselves with added new cells. The original tissue becomes microscopically bigger. Buy doing this repeatedly you can actually gain measurable size on any body tissue. It is the same way certain African tribes stretch their lips and earlobes.
This method is especially effective with scar tissue (as in Peyronies Disease) that is not as elastic as normal tissue. Scar tissue responds like magic to traction!
The beauty of this method is that it does not matter if the problematic scarring is on the skin or in the Copra cavernosa (the sacks inside the penis that fill with blood and create the erection). Used correctly, the traction method will increase the length of the scar tissue without increasing the length of the normal tissue and the penis will straighten.
The reason the whole penis does not become bigger is this: Microscopic tearing will occur in the scar tissue long before the normal tissue is affected at all. So, by using only a moderate tension, you'll only be lengthening the scar tissue.
You will be able to easily recreate a balance in tissue length and the penis will straighten.
The process is slow and you must be patient. If you pull your penis too hard and too fast you can cause serious damage. Damage, trauma, is how you got Peyronies Disease in the first place. So, proceed slowly and gently. If you feel pain, you are pulling too hard.
Safety is always foremost.
Two things are very important. Proceed gradually.
And, only use a high quality device! I can not stress this enough.
There are many devices to choose from. But most are not that well made or medically recommended. The difference in cost is usually only about $100. And, this is your irreplaceable penis we're talking about!
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I've researched most penis traction devices. There are only two that met all my stringent requirements for quality. These two units are well made, easy to use, durable, medically approved, and guaranteed by the manufacturer. They are X4Labs and ProExtender. Either one works very well.
They can be worn comfortably and unnoticed under most clothing.
Don't be fooled by the knock offs and cheap imitations. They are different and they may cause you damage.
It will take 6-12 months to obtain the results you want. Be patient. Work gradually. Don't rush.
Used correctly, the penis traction device can work seeming miracles on Peyronies Disease without harmful side effects!
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