Coping with Peyronies disease? There is no need to cope with it at all. You can just get rid of it.
"There is no reason any man should be coping with Peyronies disease.
Because: First of all, Peyronies is not a “disease”.
That’s correct. It is NOT a disease. It’s a simple (thought personally horrifying) condition that is very easy to correct 99.99% of the time.
You’ll notice I did not say “cure”. I said “correct”. That’s because you don’t cure long finger nails. You cut them. And, you don’t cure a Peyronies bent penis. You simply straighten it. Safely and easily. Once you know how.
There is just no longer any reason why a man should be coping with Peyronies disease.
Yes, the name says “disease”. But, that’s a misnomer. A false name. And, it makes so many men worry needlessly.
You don’t have to be.
“Coping with Peyronies Disease” makes it sound like you have some incurable that you must live with and get used to. Something you must revolve your life decisions and actions around.
The only reason you are on this page is because you don’t really know what’s going on inside your penis.
Or, you think surgery is the only option and that is something you are not wanting to do.
Or, you tried some other method that just didn’t do anything to straighten you out and, you now think you are stuck with this situation forever.
“Coping with Peyronies disease.” It sounds like a lecture you would go to. Or, a support group. Forget about it.
There is no reason for you to be coping with Peyronies disease. You can get rid of it.
99.99% of the time, straightening a bent penis can be done:
Yes, 99.99% of the time it is very easy to straighten a bent penis. Without surgery, injections, or drugs.
In fact the #1 method for penis straightening does not involve any of those things.
The #1 method, that is both medically endorsed and recommended in 29 countries worldwide, is called: correct traction.
Yes, simple correct traction, which happens to be the least expensive medically endorsed method, is also the Safest and Most Effective method there is to fix a bent penis.
Yes, Safest and Most Effective.
Any man can afford a high quality traction device. So, coping with Peyronies disease is just not necessary 99.999% of the time.
You’ll notice I just said “fix a bent penis”. Not “cure” a bent penis.
Because there is no bent penis cure. There is no “disease” and therefore nothing to “cure”.
What you need to do is correct, or straighten, a bending erection that is being caused by some benign hardening tissue on one or more of the erectile chambers inside of your shaft.
Coping with Peyronies disease just makes no sense.
Normally the hardening tissue is scar tissue. From a scar you may have gotten even 20 or 30 years ago. A scar from an injury you maybe never even knew you had.
??How is that possible?
Well, simple. It happens to most of us sometime.
Can you ever recall a time, maybe even long ago, when you were having some wonderful passionate/rough sex? Hot and heavy? Intense... Did you ever slip out of your partner’s vagina, then, in the heat of the moment, thrust right back in.... and miss? Feel a big “ouch”?
Maybe you both giggled and went right back at it. It made a pretty great story at Happy Hour too. Didn’t it?
That’s probably the most common way to get this “unknown” injury.
Don’t believe that this is some mystery “disease” with no known cause. It’s not even a disease. And, there is always a cause. And, coping with Peyronies disease is just not necessary 99.999% of the time.
Now here’s what happened later:
That ouch was a very small injury. It probably didn’t even bother you after it happened. No swelling. No redness.... But, that small tear healed, like all tears, with a small scar.
Much later in life, even 20 or 30 years later, about 5% of us men have scar hardening.
As we get into our later middle years, our cocks bend like crazy from one of these small internal scars. All the other 95% of men will have no problem at all. It’s not fair. It’s just the way it is.
Our scars become more fibrous and harder.
Anywhere else on our body, we never even notice it.
But, because our erectile chambers have to stretch so much during erection, we notice it here. In a big way. A horribly bending erection.
That severe bend more often than not, will also produce some degree of ED, erectile dysfunction.
Yes, the bending, all by itself, can cause erectile dysfunction.
From bad to worse. Right?
It’s a nightmare.
Thank you for all this good news, William.
As the nightmare progresses, we head to our doctor who informs us that we now have Peyronies Disease.
Oh, man... What?!
And, then if you are one of the really unlucky ones, your weak bent erections become painful. And, possibly a little later, you can’t even get an erection.
We feel like our entire sexuality is disappearing overnight and things are only going to get even worse.
We next hear about the penile surgery (for$8,000 - $19,000) that will straighten it for us. If nothing goes wrong.
This entire journey has become a step into hell. Am I right?
Now, if we don’t want to risk the surgery, or we don’t have that much money laying around, we may start believing we have to start coping with Peyronies disease. Forever...
NONSENSE!! Again. Thankfully.
99.99% of the time, we can just straighten it out.
Yes, we can. And, normally, we can do it without that risky surgery.
So, please don't think the terrible place you are in now means you're doomed to coping with Peyronies disease and erectile dysfunction.
Most men are Amazed by the results correct traction brings to this two stage problem.
OK. Now let's move forward to the good news and see what has proven to really work for tens of thousands of other men. Men who are no longer coping with Peyronies disease.
Yes, before 1994, surgery was the only method proven to be effective for real straightening.
Yes, there were, and there still are, a number of other methods tried because most men would prefer to avoid this surgery.
However, ALL the other methods have proven to be only 35% effective at best. And, that is just for certain types of cases. Most of the alternative methods have usually proven relatively worthless.
Coping with Peyronies disease was a reality for a lot of men who just didn't want, or, could not afford surgery.
And, these alternative methods are not free either. Nor do they come with money back guarantees. They can be quite expensive.
For example: The most recent, most expensive, and most successful injections will cost you about $30,000 for a full set. Yes, that’s not a typo. Thirty thousand dollars.
They boast 35% effective for some men. They are very proud of this. But, they clearly state those results are only “for certain cases” and not guaranteed.
But, 35% effective?
With that as the alternative, coping with Peyronies disease might be the only practical thing for most men to do. Fortunately, correct traction comes in under $300 and has proven to be the Safest and Most Effective medically endorsed straightening method.
OK, let’s get to the winners. The ones that really work.
"Unfortunately, there are only two medically endorsed and recommended methods, that give real results: surgery and correct traction."
Now, if you knew much about traction, I don’t think you’d be reading this page. You’d most likely already be trying traction.
So, let me tell you a little about correct traction vs penile surgery.
So now, let’s compare:
Surgery: $8,000 - $19,000
Traction: Under $300
Surgery: Many possible horrible side effects, including impotence
Traction: None of the possible surgical side effects
Surgery: No guarantee
Traction: Full money back guarantee*
Surgery: Medically endorsed and recommended
Traction: Medically endorsed and recommended
Those are the only two medically endorsed and recommended methods that have been proven to really work.
If you're done coping with Peyronies disease, and you are ready to try one of the two, medically endorsed and recommended, proven methods, let me ask you this question:
What makes the most sense to you to try first?
Coping with Peyronies disease is not at all necessary for 99.999% of men. Not necessary at all.
That’s because: It’s easy to fix a bent penis 99.99% of the time.
The sooner you straighten yourself out, the sooner you can go back to your normal sex life. And, you you’ll be done worrying about coping with Peyronies disease.