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Peyronie's Disease

Peyronie's disease not only causes pain and curvature in the penis, which can lead to erectile dysfunction, it can also cause a lack of confidence, anxiety, and stress in the bedroom.

· Peyronie's Disease

Peyronie's disease occurs when fibrous scar tissue develops inside the penis. The condition causes curved and painful erections, which can result in erectile dysfunction. It's important to realize that penises come in different sizes and shapes, and having a curved penis may not be a cause for concern. Sometimes Peyronie's disease goes away by itself. However, in most cases, the condition will remain the same or get worse. Treatment may be necessary if the curvature of the penis interferes with sexual intercourse.

Peyronie's Disease Symptoms

The symptoms of Peyronie's disease may develop gradually or occur suddenly.

Scar Tissue: In Peyronie's disease, fibrous scar tissue develops in the penis. The scar tissue can be felt as a band of hard tissue or as flat lumps under the skin of the penis.

Erection Difficulties: The condition may cause erectile dysfunction, difficulty getting or maintaining an erection.

Pain: Pain in the penis may occur with or without an erection. Pain during erections typically decreases within one to two years of disease onset.

Penile Curvature: With Peyronie's disease, the penis may curve to one side, upward, or downward. In some cases, an erect penis might have indentations, an hourglass appearance, or narrowing. The curvature associated with the condition may gradually become worse, but over time it typically stabilizes.

Penis Shortening: The condition may cause your penis to shorten in length.

Peyronie's Disease Causes

The exact cause of Peyronie's disease isn't know, but it appears that many factors may contribute to it. It's thought that the condition typically occurs as a result of repeated injuries to the penis. Injuries to the penis can be caused during athletic activities, sexual intercourse, or in an accident. Many times, though, men cannot recall any specific injuries to the penis.

During the healing process, scar tissue in the penis may develop in a disorganized manner. This may lead to the curvature associated with Peyronie's disease.

In some men, Peyronie's disease comes on gradually and doesn't appear to be caused by an injury. Researchers are investigating whether the condition might have a genetic component or be associated with specific health conditions.

Peyronie's Disease Treatment

One option for treating Peyronie's disease is SwissWave therapy. SwissWave therapy is a non-invasive alternative to medication and surgery for soft tissue repair. SwissWave therapy has received approval from the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Research indicates that this type of therapy is the safest and most effective way to treat Peyronie's disease. Shock wave therapy utilizes sound waves to break up scar tissue in the penis.

SwissWave therapy has numerous benefits. It improves blood flow to the penis, which results in stronger and longer-lasting erections. The SwissWave helps improve blood flow by opening up existing blood vessels in the penis and stimulating the formation of new blood vessels.

The pain and penile curvature associated with Peyronie's disease can be reduced with SwissWave therapy. In addition, this type of shock wave therapy increases sensitivity and decreases recovery time between orgasms.

Peyronie's disease not only causes pain and curvature in the penis, which can lead to erectile dysfunction, it can also cause a lack of confidence, anxiety, and stress in the bedroom. If you have Peyronie's disease, consider SwissWave therapy as a treatment. This therapy can help restore sexual function, leading to more confidence in the bedroom as well as more satisfying sexual experiences.

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