Peyronies Disease Treatment

When Should I Begin It?

Many men ask me, "When is the best time to begin Peyronies Disease treatment?"

In my opinion, "As soon as possible." Provided it is done correctly.

The sooner a man begins correct penis traction, the less severe the condition will be. And, the sooner his recovery will be.

Penile Surgery Can Be Very Risky
It May Leave You Impotent

Up until about 10 years ago, penis surgery was the only really effective method for straightening a Peyronies bent penis. But, surgery of this type comes with many serious risks.

"Today, this type of surgery is just not necessary
for Peyronies Disease treatment over 99.999% of the time."

  So don't be talked into it.

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Medical doctors have almost always advised a patient with this condition to wait a year before undergoing Peyronies Disease treatment with surgery.

The reason for this is: this surgery has many possible complications and possible side effects. Surgery is a very risky Peyronies Disease treatment. You may wind up with severe erectile dysfunction and possible impotence!

And this condition has been found to go away spontaneously in about 40% of the cases. I'll explain why shortly.

The Possible Side Effects
Penile Surgery

The possible side effects of Peyronies Disease treatment with surgery include, but are not limited to:

  • Lack of sensation
  • Inability to achieve an orgasm
  • Impotence
  • More scarring (which could bend the shaft in another direction later on)
  • Damage to the urethra (tube that carries urine and semen from the body)
  • Infection

All unnecessary risks!

Is NOT A "Disease"

If you've been reading the pages on this website, you already know that Peyronies is not actually a disease. It is only a simple bending condition caused by  scarring and/or plaque formation on one or more of your erectile chambers (the chambers that fill with blood to create your erection).

It may look really hideous and awful to you right now. But, it is almost never serious. And, when you understand it, you will also understand why that statement is true.

You don't catch it. It's not contagious.

If the same scar occurred anywhere else on your body, you'd never even notice it. And it would never be referred to as a "Disease".

But, your penis has a special function. Erection. It is only because this Peyronies scar does not stretch like normal tissue that you have a problem. If you didn't get erections, you would not be having a problem with the scar(s).

This lack of stretching in the scarred area is what causes your penis to bend during erection. It's just that simple.

99% of the Time, Penis Surgery
for Peyronies Disease Treatment


A Foolish Risk

If you see your penis bending and your doctor tells you that you have Peyronies Disease, you don't need to panic or worry.

In 1994 a physician named Dr. Jorn Ege Siana, M.D. (a penis surgery specialist and a director and founder of the Scandinavian Clinic of Plastic Surgery in Denmark and Germany) developed a remarkable penis traction device.

His penis traction device was originally developed as a post-surgical therapy. It was developed to prevent scar contraction (penis bending) after penis surgery has taken place.

Inflexible scar tissue is precisely what causes the bend in a Peyronies penis.

This traction device proved so effective that he quickly recognized the benefits that existed from using this device outside of surgery. Especially in Peyronies Disease treatment of a bent penis or any curved penis condition.

Peyronies Disease treatment with a high quality traction device, has been clinically proven to be the safest and most effective method for straightening a bent penis.

How And Why
The Bending Gets Worse

Peyronies has a definite cycle and pattern. The progression of this condition usually last about 18-24 months.

The reason is, scarring has a cycle.

This is what is happening:

There is a trauma (injury) to the penile shaft. This injury is sometimes not even felt. That is why so many people think this condition is a "mystery". It is really no mystery at all.

First the body forms a scab (internally or externally) at the injured point(s).

Then a scar forms.

At first the scar is quite weak. So the shaft only bends slightly on erection. There is no bend when it is limp.

Simple correct traction begun at this time will work rather quickly.

As The Scar Gets Harder
The Bend Gets Worse

But Mother Nature is no dummy. To protect this damaged area she makes the scar grow tougher and more fibrous over time (many months). This gives the scar more strength so that it will not be damaged so easily again.

And that is the reason the condition grows worse (the bend increases) during the first year or so. The scar gets harder, stronger and less flexible. As it gets less flexible, the erection bends more.

You're not getting "sicker". You're not sick in the first place. Your scar is simply getting harder and tougher. It's a natural healing progression that is misunderstood.

After a year or so, very often, your dear Mother (Nature) sees that there is no more threat to the area. So she lets the hard scar soften up. It becomes less fibrous. More supple. And the bend starts to become less and less.

That is why about 10% of men who develop this condition will eventually see the condition subside with no Peyronies Disease treatment at all.

Their erections become comfortably straight enough to have comfortable sexual intercourse after about 12-18 months.

The erection rarely becomes as straight as it originally was, but, it becomes straight enough.

If It Doesn't Straighten
By Itself

For the other 90% of us men, the scar stays hard and tough. For us,  getting a straight erection again requires some form of Peyronies Disease treatment.

The good news is: Even if you have been suffering from this problem for decades, with correct traction you can still straighten your cock out 99.999% of the time!

Peyronies disease treatment just takes a little longer if the scar is thick and tough. But, an old thick tough scar can stretch and lengthen correctly.

Get The Safest and Best Results
The Surgical Risks

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With Peyronies Disease treatment using the correct traction method, you don't run any of the severe risks that you do with penile surgery.

In fact you have NONE of the risks. The only actual side effect you may face is a slightly longer dick! Not bad.

Penis Disease treatment using surgery is so dangerous because of all the nerves and blood vessels that are cut. Feeling and sensation is lost.

This is what causes all the possible erectile dysfunction problems following the surgery.

However, with traction you don't cut anything. It has the same effect on the body as Yoga exercises or the stretching that an athlete or dancer uses to tone and strengthen then the body.

Traction is actually healthy for your cock. And traction has been clinically proven, over and over again, to be the Safest and Most Effect Peyronies Disease treatment.

Correct traction is so effective that it is now medically recommended and endorsed in 29 countries worldwide.

What Is
The Cost?

The cost for some of the best traction devices in the world is under $400. Compare that with the $9,000 - $12,000 cost of corrective penis surgery!

And with correct traction you don't have the risk of all the horrible possible side effects that can occur when your cock is cut open.

By clinical study: It doesn't matter how long or how short the time has been that a man has had this condition.

99.999% of the time, Peyronies Disease treatment using correct traction has proven to effectively straighten a bent penis.

Be Well,

~ William

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