There is no such thing as a Peyronies Disease Cure. Simply because
Peyronies Disease is not really a "disease".
Can you fix a bent or curved penis?
And, 99.999% of the time it is very easy to do!
First: It's important to understand your condition.
If you have pneumonia, or tuberculosis, or even a common cold, you have a disease.
If you have a scar on your hand, on you arm, on your leg, on your face, or in your penis: All you have is a scar. A
There is nothing to cure. Just something to adjust.
Although it seems like a nightmare, remember: an erection that is bent or bending from Peyronies Disease is just a simple condition that is usually very easy to fix.
The only reason a scar in your penile shaft is any problem at all is that sometimes it doesn't stretch as well as the rest of the surrounding tissues. So when you get an erection your dick bends in the direction of the scar(s).
That's all there is to it!
If you had the same scar anywhere else on your body you would probably never even notice it.
"Peyronies Disease Cure" implies there is a disease present.
But there is not.
However, when you are told you have Peyronies "Disease", all kinds of terrible things happen to you mentally. It's wrong to do that to a man.
"Oh My God!" we think. "My dick is bending. I have a terrible 'disease'. I'm sick! Will I ever be well again? Is my sex life ruined forever? Is there a Peyronies Disease Cure to make me well again?".......
It's terrible! It makes you feel horrible and scared.
AND: it's wrong!
"It's just a simple (though personally horrifying) condition
that is easy to fix
99.99% of the time."
If your erections are bending and your doctor tells you that you have Peyronies, you can stop worrying.
But, you do need to understand that this is the medical term for your condition. Even though it is an incorrect use of the word "disease".
And you need to understand what is happening so that you can make a sane decision on how to change your condition.
A "Peyronies Disease Cure" should really be called a "Tissue Lengthening Correction". Because simple tissue lengthening is usually all that is ever needed to fix a bent penis.
In order to have a straight painless erection again, all that you
need to do is lengthen the scar tissue so that is can stretch as far as
the other penile tissues when you get an erection.
The Safest and Most Effective way to do this has been proven to be correct traction.
Yes, simple correct traction has proven to be the best, safest, and most effective Peyronies Disease "cure" there is!
Prior to the development of the penile traction device in 1994, about the only method for straightening a chronically bent penis was considered to be surgery.
As a Peyronies Disease cure, penis surgery is a very dangerous and risky procedure. All surgery has many possibly horrible side effects. In this case they include getting a smaller dick and becoming impotent!
None of this risk is necessary any longer in about 99.999% of cases.
Even thought the wording is totally incorrect, according to every clinical study: The best current choice for a "Peyronies Disease Cure" is considered to be correctly applied traction 99.999% of the time.
Correct traction has been clinically proven to be the:
method of straightening a bending erection.
It is so good, in fact, that it is now medically recommended and endorsed in 29 countries world wide!
And unlike an expensive penis surgery ($5,500 - $12,500), you can get one of the best penile traction devices in the world for under $400.
Correct traction slowly stretches out the scar (and/or plaque) that is causing the erection to bend or curve.
It also actually causes new cellular growth. So the short tight scar(s) also becomes longer and more flexible.
Once the scar is long enough to equal the length of the surrounding tissues when the shaft is erect, the erection will be straight again!
It's a very simple process. It does, however, take a little time. Usually about 6 - 12 months.
So even though "Peyronies Disease Cure" is an improper wording, you can fix a curved or bent penis very easily 99.99% of the time!
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