"Peyronies disease surgery is not necessary 99.99% of the time."
Just because you have a bent penis, OK, a severely bent, hideously ugly, bending erection that may also be extremely painful and is causing you terrible embarrassment, humiliation and depression, does not mean surgery is necessary.
I know, that description was a bit over the top. But, your penile bending can certainly make you feel that way. Am I right?
And, you don’t need a Peyronies disease surgery to straighten it out if you are like 99.99% of the rest of us who have experienced the exact same terrible sexual problem.
Because almost any bent penis can be straightened Safely, Effectively, and Easily 99.99% of the time
without surgery, injections, or drugs.
"There is a medically endorsed and recommended method
for bent penis straightening
that is not too well known, but, has proven to be
the Safest and Most Effective method
available in the world today."
The method is safe, simple, inexpensive, and highly effective. It is called: correct penis traction.
And, yes, it is medically endorsed and recommended in 29 countries around the world.
The cost for correct penis traction: Under $300. That’s correct, under three hundred dollars.
And, that’s for one of the best traction devices in the world.
The cost for an outdated high risk Peyronies disease surgery: $7,000 - $15,000.
Why is there such a huge cost difference?
Well, a Peyronies disease surgery is a very serious surgery. It involves anesthesia, an operating room, hospital costs, the surgeons costs, the medications, the hospital stay, etc....
With correct traction, you need only one high quality traction device. No anesthesia, drugs, surgeons, hospital stays, etc...
Just a high quality traction device.
And, as you just learned, you can get one of the best penis traction devices in the entire world for under $300.
“Correct traction has been proven to be
Safest and Most Effective
method for straightening out a bent erection
caused by Peyronies disease.”
That’s a pretty big statement. Right?
The Safest and Most Effective?
If you read on, you’ll understand completely why it is true.
The worst part of a Peyronies disease surgery is the possible risk of unnecessary horrible and hideous after effects.
To me, that is why surgery here is the worst possible choice for most men with penile curvature of any kind.
We all seem to take surgeries as a normal part of life these days.
They are not.
All major surgeries come with possible horrible risks. Including death.
Let’s take a look at what you risk with Peyronies disease surgery:
Does any of that sound good?
Do any of those things sound like something you would be happy with?
Of course not.
And, these are all potential after effects when you start cutting up your shaft.
You don’t have to risk any of that
to straighten your erections effectively
99.99% of the time.
That’s right. It’s very simple. Correct traction is also totally non-invasive.
There are only two methods of penile straightening that have proven effective for correcting a bent penis caused by Peyronies.
1) You can get yourself sliced up and straightened out. And, face all those possible consequences above.
2) You can apply a simple highly effective traction device (developed by a penis surgery specialist) on a daily basis for a period of time. And, avoid ALL of the possible surgical risks listed above.
With correct traction, you’ll also save many thousands of dollars.
If Peyronies disease surgery and Correct Penis Traction are the only two options that give real results;
and, both are medically endorsed and recommended;
Which one do you think
makes the most sense to try first?
Up until 1994, surgery was the only known medical method that would effectively straighten a bent penis.
Other things, like drugs, massive vitamins, and injections were being tried also.
But, up until the penile traction device was developed, only a Peyronies disease surgery was giving real erection straightening results.
Unfortunately, with these surgeries, there were also very many men who were experiencing the terrible and not so pleasant after effects listed above.
1994 was the breakthrough year.
That year, a penile plastic surgery specialist in Denmark, named Dr. Jorn Ege Siana, developed a device to keep a man’s shaft straight after his penile surgeries.
Prior to using this device, there was a rather great possibility for the natural healing process (after penile surgery) to cause deformation and bending in the erections.
His device, designed to keep the shaft straight during healing, worked so well, that with a bit of experimentation, Dr. Siana soon found that his device could do the straightening all by itself.
Without the surgery.
Just the device alone.
Yes. It was Really Big News then! And, it still is now.
This was a huge major change in the approach to penile straightening.
It proved so effective that it is now medically endorsed and recommend in 29 countries worldwide.
So, why is Peyronies disease surgery even performed these days?
Here are some possible answers:
> Some men are in a hurry. A Peyronies surgical procedure and the following healing is normally about an 8 weeks process if everything goes as hoped for. Traction will normally take 6 months to a year.
> Some men don’t care about the risks.
> Some men believe surgery is the magic wand for everything.
> A lot of men don’t even know traction is available.
> Some men believe that the more money they spend the better the results will be.
Although there may be some, I don’t know of anyone who used correct traction properly and then needed to go under the knife for straightening their erection afterward.
You see: All you need to do is stretch out some hardened tissue on one or more of your erectile chambers that is currently causing your erections to bend.
You’re not trying to cure some “disease” because there is no disease. You have a hard scar that needs stretching out. That’s all.
“When that hard internal tissue
is stretched out enough,
your erections will straighten again.”
Maybe not. But, the same holds true for a Peyronies disease surgery.
However, straight enough to function comfortably and look normal to anyone.
"Peyronies disease surgery
is no longer necessary 99.99% of the time."
It’s truly outdated and virtually obsolete.
Yes, I know, you think yours is the worst case EVER!
You think your erections are bending so hideously now, possibly so very painful, and you’re not even able to get a decent erection any more....
You think you must be in that 0.01% who will need a Peyronies disease surgery. Am I Right?
If that’s what you’re thinking, you’re almost absolutely positively wrong.
You may be right. But, you’re probably wrong.
WE ALL THOUGHT THAT!
Yes, almost ALL of us!
No, there are tens of thousands of us who have been where you are right now.
Until we really learned what was happening, and, learned how easy it is to fix, this bending was a pure nightmare!
When we see our cocks bending at a 90 degree angle during erection, we are mortified. Embarrassed. Humiliated. For some of us it is also extremely painful.
And, sooner or later, most of us get very depressed and desperate.
You are now a member of the club!
I don’t mean to make light of your problem.
I just want you to know that many thousands of men have come before you with this nightmare. And, their traction solution was quite simple and effective.
And, almost all of us, with a severe bend, thought we were in the 0.01 percent that would need a Peyronies disease surgery.
However, for almost every one of us who gave correct traction a proper try, the fear soon left.
“I can’t describe the enormous feeling
of hope and relief you will get
when you feel the pain no longer there
actually begin to see yourself getting straighter.”
Once you see penis traction giving you those first wonderful results, just like the rest of us, you’ll be convinced.
You’ll feel a major sense of joy and relief.
And, you’ll have the desire and excitement to keep going until you reach your goal.
ps: Your results are also guaranteed by the two manufacturers I personally found to be the best. Or, they’ll give you your money back.
Will anyone give you a money back guarantee with a Peyronies disease surgery?