There is no cure for Peyronies disease.
Because: Peyronies IS NOT A DISEASE.
a "Cure" seems to be what most of us hope for when we are told we have this problem. Right?
But, there is no mysterious magical cure.
There is no drug, no injection, no cream or any chemical substance that has proven to correct the condition either.
But, there is a cure for Peyronies disease. A very simple one that can be effective 99% of the time. With no surgery, no injections, no drugs.
That is, if you want to call it a “cure”.
?? What do I mean?
This is the first thing you need to understand about Peyronies Disease: You don't have a "disease".
What you have is a simple condition that looks just plain horrible. But, it is really very simple to reverse this bending 99% of the time.
Peyronies Disease is not really a "disease”. That’s where everyone gets frightened and worried and even horrified by what is happening. But, Peyronies is just NOT a disease at all.
It’s a condition. It is the result of an internal scar that keeps your erection from forming normally. And, it's a very simple easy to correct condition. So there is nothing to ‘cure”. Correct, yes. “Cure”, no.
Would you believe correcting this condition is not even as complicated as fixing a broken arm? Let's take a look at that:
If you broke your arm, would you need a “cure”? Or, would you need a doctor to set the bones so it could heal properly? Right? No cure. Just some mechanical setting and then time for Mother Nature to repair everything. No. Disease. No cure. But, a definite fix. Right?
Now, let’s take this even a step further in talking about a cure for Peyronie’s disease:
If your hair was growing too long, would you have a “disease”? Or, would you just need a barber or stylist to cut it nicely?
The same is true here with your penis. Yes, 99% of the time, fixing a bent penis is that simple. Really.
And, you do not need drugs, surgery, injections or any other such treatment.
This is going to make so much more sense to you when you actually learn what is happening to cause your Peyronies bent penis.
You have some scar(s) and/or plaque inside your shaft on one or more of the erectile chambers (the chambers inside your shaft that fill with blood and give you an erection).
This scar/plaque is preventing a section or sections of the chambers from stretching properly.
Your erection bends in the direction of the scar(s).
That’s all it is.
This is why it seems like a "mystery". It is, however, not a mystery at all:
The problem, most often, originated a long time ago.
This is why so many people think the bending now is a mystery. It’s no mystery. It’s usually a small scar you got from a tear inside during some rough sex many years ago.
You probably didn’t even know you tore something inside at the time. It was probably only a brief pain during rough or aggressive sex.
Maybe in the heat of the moment you were trying to enter your partner’s vagina too fast and missed. Your erection got bent a little bit and you felt a short sharp pain (internal tearing of an erectile chamber).
This little tear healed, as all soft tissue does, with a small scar. Nothing changed for many years.
That's the $64,000 question now, right?
Why is your penis bending now?
As we age, some of us develop hardening in our scar tissue. Or, a fibrous plaque develops there. This is common.
When your scars harden (sometimes 20 or 30 years later), it usually makes no difference anywhere else in our bodies. But, it can make our penises bend. And, bend a lot!
Anywhere else in your body this hardening usually goes unnoticed because nowhere else really requires the stretching that an erection does.
Where the hardened scars don’t stretch enough, your penis is pulled in that direction.
That is ALL there is to it!
Would you call a scar on your hand, or face, or foot a disease?
Of course not!
And, neither is the scar in your bent penis.
Modern Western Medicine is actually quite a young science. Only a few hundred years old.
Way back in the 1700s medicine was still in the beginning stages of being codified. Pretty much anything anyone discovered was named after that person.
Francoise De LaPeyronie discovered what was almost always causing some men’s penises to bend later in life. So, this scarring/plaque development condition was called Peyronie’s “Disease”.
It's really that simple.
That name just went on to become a complete nemesis for many a man. When all this condition is, is a simple internal scar from a trauma sometime earlier in the man’s life, that had now hardened and is causing his penis to bend.
Again, it’s not a disease.
You didn’t catch it. You can’t transmit it. You don't need a cure for a bent penis. 99% of the time, you only need some mechanical straightening to get fixed up.
So, if it’s not a disease, you can’t have a cure for your bent penis. But, you can fix it.
Let’s compare something similar on your body:
If you chip a tooth, do you need a cure? Or, some bonding to fix it?
This condition in your penis is truly no more serious than that. I know, your penis looks really hideous to you now. And, for some of you there is a lot of associated pain.
Plus, it seemed like a mystery. Like it happened mysteriously. Like, "There is no known cause." Nonsense!
You now know what caused it. And, why it took so long to develop.
The pain is not from a “disease” either. It is from the scar being pulled on so hard by your erection that it hurts. Maybe a great deal.
But, if I grab the skin on your cheek, or on your arm, and pull it hard enough it will hurt a lot also. Would that be a “disease”? Of course not.
Are you getting it now? Does it make sense to you now? Can you understand why there is no "cure" for Peyronies disease?
Now, let’s get on to how it is Most Effectively and Most Safely straightened.
For our purposes here we must redefine the word “cure” in the phrase: Cure for Peyronies disease.
All "cure" will simply mean here is: “correction”. Correcting the bending.
Let’s also redefine the false word designation of “disease” here and know, that in this instance, we are only dealing with a simple condition. Not a "disease".
"Cure for Peyronies Disease" actually, in correct form, should be “Peyronies Condition Correction”. Now we can get somewhere.
There are a large number of methods currently used to try to straighten a bent penis caused by this condition. Most of them fail miserably. And, they are generally quite expensive.
The latest is the new FDA approved form of collagenase (collagenase clostridium histolyticum). FDA approved! WoW! Unfortunately, that really means nothing as far as great results go.
- This collagenase only works on certain men.
- It does not work if there is calcification.
- The tests were only judged effective on men with a certain amount of curvature.
- And, even the best results obtained with this stuff, the best, was only 34% straightening. That’s 1/3 straighter. (see the photos to the right)
Want to know the cost???
$26,000 plus about $3,000 in doctor’s fees!!!
Yes, one shot is $3,300. And, the series requires about 8 shots.
Also, if you are one of the ones it works for, it only does about a 30% correction. Want to spend $29,000 on that?
What if you could do a better job for under $200? Yes, under two hundred dollars.
Now, there are only two methods that actually have proven to work really effectively as a cure for Peyronies disease:
2) Correct Penis Traction
Let’s look at both:
Penis Surgery as a cure for Peyronies disease will straighten your penis, BUT: it comes with a LOT of horrible potential side effects. Some are very serious.
Like possible impotence. Yes, your penis will be straight,... IF you can get an erection.
IF surgery does work out for you without complication, your erections will be about 1/2 - 1 inch shorter. And you will have spent about $16,000.
That’s one option.
Then there is Correct Penis Traction.
Correct penis traction, on the other hand, comes with:
Why would anyone spend $26,000 on a “cure” that doesn’t really work effectively?
Or, $16,000 on a risky surgery as a cure for Peyronies disease, that may leave them impotent, when there is a far safer superior method of straightening?
I can tell you the most common reasons why:
- Lack of proper education on the subject.
- Or, they are hoping for a quick fix, cost is no object, and they don’t care about the risks.
Like the rest of us who suffered from this condition and corrected it
with traction, I want you to make a sane well informed decision about
your condition and how you'll fix it.
And, I want you to get the results you want in the safest possible way.
That is whole intention of this article, and this website.
Remember: There is no cure for Peyronies Disease because it is not really a "disease". It's just a simple easily correctable condition 99% of the time.