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Peyronies Disease

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Peyronie’s disease is a tissue disorder involving the growth of fibrous plaques in the soft tissue of the penis. It affects as many as 1-4% of men worldwide. It can commonly be cured by the use of a male enhancement device.

Although some degree of curvature is considered normal, commonly referred to as congenital curvature, Peyronies disease may cause pain and hardened cord like lesions or abnormal curving of an erect penis. Peyronies disease is most commonly associated with abnormal curvature, but sometimes the scar tissue causes divots or indentations as well. Peyronies disease can make sexual intercourse painful and displeasing.

Most commonly Peyronies is found within Caucasian males above the age of 40, but it affects men of any race and age. About 30 percent of men with Peyronies disease develop fibrosis in the elastic tissues of their body, most notably the hands and feet.

Although the cause of Peyronies disease is generally not well understood, it is thought to be caused mainly by trauma or injury during sexual activity. Many patients are usually unaware of enduring any sort of injury.

There are many ways to correct  , such as –

  • Penis Pumps
  • Therapy
  • Surgery

While these are all approved methods of fixing Peyronies disease, clinical studies have pointed towards penis extendersto be the most efficient form to correct curvature. A study was performed and published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine in 2009 stating ‘Overall results were self-reported as "acceptable", making this minimally invasive treatment modality a potential new treatment option in selected Peyronie's Disease patients.’ These studies came with a sigh of relief from many Peronies disease sufferers, as the other methods were proving to be unsatisfactory and sometimes unsafe.

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