Peyronie’s Disease Treatment

Peyronie’s Disease Treatment

About Peyronie’s Disease Treatment
By Mark Alexander, Penis Extenders Review writer

Generally speaking, human beings, both male and female, have incredibly strong sex drives, and these don’t simply go into hibernation the minute a problem arises. While this is great for most people, it can also be a problem for others. For example, men suffering from Peyronies Disease have to live with bent penises and unpleasant plaque while at the same time still having a strong desire for sex. Just like every other man, they too want to experience the joys of passionate sex, and yes, they also want to wake up in the arms of a woman that loves them. Unfortunately however, as the disease gets worse, these men often find it impossible to confide in their partners for fear of being rejected.

As you no doubt already know, self confidence forms the very foundation of any healthy, happy sex life. Without self confidence, it will be almost impossible to perform as you should be, because let’s face it, you need to believe your partner finds your naked body attractive. If a man has severe plaque and a penis which is bent and malformed, it certainly won’t be easy for him to feel confident. In fact, rather than feeling confident, he’ll more than likely be thinking just how unattractive his partner finds him, and this in turn can result in him becoming afraid of rejection and mockery.

One of the most popular treatments for Peyronies Disease relies on the use of vitamin E in order to encourage the skin to heal, and also to reduce plaque. In fact, vitamin E has been used for the purpose since way back in the 1940′s. Not only is it cheap, but vitamin E also doesn’t carry the risk of side effects. Unlike in the past however, vitamin E is nowadays only used to bring the condition under control in the early stages, given that its effectiveness diminishes as the condition worsens.

Tissue Gafts

Tissue grafts have also become a common solution. Basically, this would involve removing the entire lump of plaque by means of surgery and then attempting to straighten the penis. For the most part, this is a procedure doctors would recommend in cases deemed to be relatively severe. The surgeon would then go ahead and remove the part of the Tunica Albuginea which is affected, and the plaque would then be replaced with grafted tissue.

Nesbit Procedure

Nesbit Procedure is also a surgical procedure used specifically for correcting the curve of a bent penis. In fact, it’s the most common method used nowadays for correcting congenital curvature of the penis, particularly in cases of moderate bending. The reason why doctors favor this procedure over tissue grafting is because it carries less risk of causing erectile dysfunction. Basically, the penis is filled with a sterile physiologic salt solution in order to cause an erection. The surgeon then uses a clamp to gather the outer side of the bend, which in turn forces the Tunica Albuginea to straighten the penis.  On the downside, the direct consequence of this procedure is quite often a slight shortening of the penis.

Traction Device

A traction device can also be used to straighten the penis of those suffering from Peyronie’s disease, and even though there’s quite a bit of controversy surround the use of such devices, several clinical studies have already been undertaken in order to establish their effectiveness. The device  produces results by forcing tissues of the penis to expand rather than retract.

Providing the traction device is used on a regular basis, curvature of the penis can effectively be reduced, and this has been proven during several trials. Alternatively, men can also use SizeGeneticsTM exercises such as the Curved Jelq, and if trials are anything to go by, this exercise can be used effectively irrespective of how sever the curve is. The best thing about this approach is that it’s simple, it’s effective, and above all, it can be done in total privacy.

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