Peyronies Device Review-2015

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Peyronies Device Pack
Patients of Peyronies disease can easily eventually have a satisfying sexual life. The Peyronies Device is a exclusively manufactured therapy method whose goal is to correct and treat Peyronies disease and healthy curvature regardless of how serious the problem is. The device is 100 % clinically reinforced as well as came by resulting from several years of investigate talking about the issue with doctors and sufferers of the problem around the world.

Peyronies disease is a condition a result of fibrous scar tissue formation- plaque- which accumulates underneath the epidermis of penis causing a curvature to your duration of the penis. The plaque could cause your penis to bend up, down, left or right according to where the plaque is underneath the epidermis. The curvature and also the pain which effects are obvious when penis is erect or flaccid. Peyronies causes hard or painful sex. For a lot of patients, sex is usually not possible. Some individuals confuse the natural penis curve with Peyronies. If you feel a lump underneath the skin of the penis, it’s Peyronies. The problem is regardless treated with the device.

The Peyronies Device is a penis traction device designed to progressively stretch as well as straighten the length of the user’s penis over time. Designers of the device founded their principle on medical traction- a well-known medical technique applied by doctors globally to fix or stretch damaged or stunted limbs.

Existing Treatments for Peyronie Disease

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Peyronies device
Aside from the difficulty experienced during sexual intercourse due to the inability to achieve or keep erection, people with Peyronie disease (also known as Peyronie’s disease) experience anxiety, stress and reduced self-esteem. There are many existing Peyronie disease treatment modes available today. Although there are doubts and ongoing debates about their effects because of the inconclusive results of researches, the treatments outlined below have been helping people with Peyronie disease to lead a normal life for years.
  • Medication and supplements. Medical treatments taken orally or through injections are only recommended at the early stages of the disease. The goal of the treatment is to either reduce the inflammation during the initial stages of the disease or to break down the excess collagen in the penis. 

Symptoms of Peyronie’s Disease

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Penile pain during erection because of Peyronie's Disease
Peyronie’s Disease is a rare form of penile condition, which causes progressive penile deformity and leads to erectile dysfunction. This is due to the growth and accumulation of fibrous plaques in the tunica albuginea surrounding the corpora cavernosa following a trauma or an injury inside the soft tissues of the penis which caused an internal localized bleeding. Overtime, these fibrous plaques can either prevent someone from achieving erection or can cause painful erection. It is therefore best to diagnose the presence of the disease and seek treatment as early as possible.

Here are the symptoms of Peyronie’s Disease:
  • Hard area in the penis. The primary symptom of Peyronie’s Disease is the formation of scar tissues referred herein as fibrous plaques. This could be felt as a hard area under the skin. Normally, this hard area is found at the upper side but could also occur at the bottom or side.
  • Curved or deformed penis. During erection, this hardened area of the penis (or the location of the fibrous plaques) shortens, thereby causing the penis to bend. The direction at which the penis is bent is determined by the location of the hardened area. If it is at the upper part of the penis, the penis bends upward. If it is at the bottom or at the side, it bends towards the bottom or towards the particular side at which the plaque is located, consequently. The presence of more than one hardened area causes complex curvature of the penis
  • Penile pain. Pain in the penis occurs during inflammation. However, it can also occur during penetration as the fibrous plaque and the curvature of the penis makes penile penetration difficult. 
  • Erectile dysfunction. The disease could either cause flaccidity of the tip of the penis (or the end), or it could make achieving erection difficult. It is estimated that 41-55% of patients with the disease experience erectile dysfunction

Although the above indicated symptoms could, by themselves, determine the presence of the disease, there are also other tests, which could further verify their presence. The best way is to consult your doctor as soon as possible in order to decide for the best possible course of treatment before everything turns awry.

Curved Penis Determines Peyronie’s Disease

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Curved Penis
There are many acceptable penile forms—most of which are considered normal—which include curvature of penile shaft inherent to the person’s genetic makeup. However, a certain condition known as Peyronie’s disease, of which the main attribute is the formation of scar tissues known as plaque in the tissues surrounding the corpora cavernosa, causes the penile shaft to bend in an unusual way, interfering with achieving and maintaining erection and making sexual activity difficult.

During erection, these tissues are said to shorten, which is the cause of the curvature of penile shaft. These fibrous plaques, which form in the thick sheath of tissues that surround the corpora cavernosa, grow thereby increasing the degree of the severity of the disease. 

Curvature of penile shaft, which is a good determinant of the presence of Peyronie’s disease, causes pain during inflammation and discomfort during penile penetration. Because of its unusual shape, during coitus, a sexual partner could complain about discomfort. 

This condition is said to affect 5% of the male population. Although it is predominant among men between 40 to 60 years old, there are reported cases of Peyronie’s disease in males as young as 18 years old and as old as 80.

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The Limiting Erectile Dysfunction Cause by Peyronie’s Disease

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Erectile Dysfunction
The exact cause of Peyronie’s disease, which is prevalent among males between 40 and 60 years old, still eludes experts. Although at the initial stages, the disease manifests as a curvature of the penis due to the presence of a hard area (fibrous plaques), the disease could progress from painful erection to having soft penis or the difficulty to achieve erection (erectile dysfunction). 

Although a person with erectile dysfunction could still achieve erection, due to the growth of the fibrous plaques, there are areas, like the end of the penis, which remain soft. This makes coitus difficult because there is no fullness of the penis at all. ED is often referred to as impotence. 

Unlike any other forms of ED, that which is caused by Peyronie’s disease cannot often be solved by medications such as sildenafil, tadalafil and vardenafil because achieving an erection is prevented by a permanent defect in the tissues inside the penis. 

The best way to treat this kind of ED is to treat Peyronie’s disease itself. Treatments include medication, therapy and surgery.

The Crooked Illness That Is Peyronie’s Disease

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Normal penis vs Peyronies disease
Peyronie’s Disease (also known as induration penis plastica or chronic inflammation of the tunica albuginea) is a disorder that causes the penis to curve or be deformed. The deformation of the penile shaft is caused by the growth and accumulation of fibrous plaques in the tissues that surround the corpora cavernosa (the pair of sponge-like regions inside that penis that is filled with blood and is responsible for erection) called tunica albuginea. 

The exact cause of the formation or growth of these fibrous plaques is still unclear; however, experts suspect that it is caused by injury or trauma inside the penis which causes localized bleeding. Another cause of Peyronie’s Disease would be genetic or a combination of both. 

Peyronie’s Disease, which is estimated to affect 5% of the male population, causes a progressive penile deformity. Overtime, this may cause soft penis due to the inability of the venous cavities to be engorged with blood, which leads to an increasing degree of erectile dysfunction

Although the disease is common among ages between 40 and 60 years old, there has been reports of cases with males as young as 18 and as old as 80. Existing treatments involve medications, physical therapy and surgery. These treatments, however, does not guarantee full recovery from the disease.

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Tissue Grafts - Treatments of Peyronie’s Disease

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Peyronie's disease surgery has more than one answer if the patient is unwilling to accept the loss of penis length that always accompanies the Nesbit.

The procedure entails a total physical removal of the lump of plaque that has developed on the penis and straightening the penis in order to bring it back to the original shape. Doctors and medical examiners tend to advise patients to go accept this approach in cases featuring large plaques or severely bent penises. The surgeon removes the affected part of the Tunica Albuginea and replaces the plaque with a graft material of some type. 

There are several types of grafts that can be used to make up for lost tissue. The first type is autograft tissue, which is tissue taken from the patient’s own body during surgery. This is done mostly to minimize the immunologic response to the graft and to make sure that the body does not reject it.

Surgeons can also use so called synthetic inert substances, such as Dacron mesh or GORE-TEX instead of living tissue. Unfortunately, these artificial compounds tend to cause more scarring and also fibrosis, which is the formation of excessive connective tissue on the penis. In some cases, the doctors resort to xenografts, which are foreign tissues, of human or animal origin. They are widely available in hospitals, but are also prone to rejection by the body’s immune system.

Another problem plaguing grafts is the fact that, sooner or later, grafts undergo postoperative contraction, causing a shortening of the penis and scarring. Therefore, patients should weigh the pros and cons of grafts thoroughly before applying for surgery.

The last resort of many patients who suffer from severe forms of Peyronie’s disease is a penis implant. Years ago, implants were the first choice of many doctors faced with cases of men who could not achieve a proper erection because of Peyronie’s disease, but the advent of new techniques designed to cure erectile dysfunction has made their use less frequent. However, implants are still recommended to men whom erectile dysfunction drugs cannot help.

Penile implants are plastic cylinders, either solid or inflatable, which are placed inside the Corpora Cavernosa. These cylinders are biocompatible in order to avoid triggering a response of the immune system. The surgeon can either place the implants inside the penis and let them do the work of straightening the organ, or they can try to bend the penis against the plaque in order to increase the implant’s chance of successfully correcting the curvature.

Patients must be aware that surgery is an invasive procedure that is better put off until other approaches have been found ineffective. Premature or inadequate surgery has a high rate of failure or recurrence of the disease. While, it is true that patients who have undergone successful surgery are usually satisfied with the results, it only takes a simple mistake to botch an operation and with surgery there is no going back at all. Try other methods first!

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Types of Peyronie’s Disease Surgeries

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There are basically two major choices the surgeon will make from, if he or she is left with no option but to get your penis straight by surgical means. They are suited for simple but severe degree curvature. They are; 

a) Penile Plication Procedure 
  • At present this procedure is done under local anaesthesia.
  • There is cutting and shortening of convex or side opposite to curvature with placement of permanent sutures on convex side. 
  • Even at surgery you can see more straighter penile shaft of yours. 
  • Nerves and vascular structure are spared so sensation to penis is retained which is important element in sexual intercourse. 
  • Whole procedure may not take longer than 45 minutes. Length of penis not much effected. 
  • Return to work in one day. Resume enjoyable sex in just 5 weeks.

b) Penile Plaque Grafting Done under local or general anaesthesia. 
  • Incision on plaque with or without excision. 
  • Placing graft, from your own vein, or cadaver pericardium, both have very good take and they don’t have contractures complications, plus they have tensile quality. 
  • There is gain in length too. 
  • Procedure is 3-4 hours long.
  • Return to work in 3-4 days. 
  • Satisfactory sex in 8 weeks. 
  • Just have to wait a bit longer! 

c) Latest Innovative Surgery for Peyronie’s Disease 
  • Its double dorsal-ventral patch graft combining plaque incision and grafting. 
  • Its penile lengthening procedure. This is best part which resolves penile shortening. 
  • It combines double dorsal-ventral patch graft with intestinal tissue meaning grafting done circumferentially along with prosthetic implant. 
  • You will gain length in your penile shaft of about 3.2 cm, which will give you more confidence while indulging in sex. 
  • Operation time is almost three hours. 
  • So far it has shown very promising result. Best part is more enjoyable intimacy post operatively than with other procedures but still this procedure has to gain popularity. 

As for bottle neck and hour glass curvature, surgeries are very complicated and beyond scope of present discussion.

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When To Decide A Surgery Therapy For Peyronie's Disease

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Don’t Hurry For Surgery! 

Curvature of penile shaft development may lead one to decide for a surgical procedure. But it’s too early to go for surgery, because surgery is the last option and there are plenty of options available to avail. Do you feel that you will not be able to have normal sex ever? There are two reasons to wait and see the change or reduction in the curvature. First is that the curvature of penile shaft has taken some time to develop curve shape. So wait to get it resolved or reduce with time. Secondly, going through standard protocol is more adequate to get sex life back as before, with reduction in pain during sex, and more straighter penis.

The Standard Treatment Protocols for Peyronie’s Disease 

When you have noticed that your sex life is getting miserably painful and relationship with your partner is somewhat stressed out. It’s the time when you should look for some medical advice. Your doctor will examine and check for the degree of curvature and your complaints. At that stage the advice you will receive may be one or combination of following treatments.

1) Peyronie’s Disease Waiting Period. For spontaneous resolution of plaque which may occur during the period lasting from six months to a year. So it’s the safe period and one should expect for good.

2) Peyronie’s Disease Medical Treatment. During waiting period certain agents may be prescribed. This again depends upon the severity of curvature and complaints. Included are Vitamin E, colchicine, potaba, (PABA), verapamil /collagenase injection intralesionally. The period of treatment again will be from 6 to 12 months.

When Surgery is advised for Peyronie’s Disease? 

When after the stipulated period of medical treatment, your doctor observes no improvement but worsening of your Peyronie’s disease, he may advise a surgical correction procedure as an option. The criteria he would be keeping in mind for your Peyronie’s disease surgery are as follow;

  • If the curvature is greater than 60 degrees? 
  • Latency period of six months to a year elapsed between disclosure of curvature and surgery. This is to let situation stabilize with some medication given prior. 
  • Erectile dysfunction, inability to sustain erection of penis due to curvature and associated severe pain.
  • Bottle neck deformity. 
  • Hour glass deformity.

Peyronie's Disease Treatments

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Medical Treatment

a) Vitamin E can be taken orally in spansules formulation, when you developed curvature of milder degree. It acts as healing enzyme adjunct, thereby bringing about positive healing mechanism. It has been used for long time as Peyronie’s disease treatment. It can also be obtained from corn oil, soybean oil and margarine. Best thing you should know about Vitamin E, it is without any side effects.

b) Colchicine has been shown to help in getting curvature of penile shaft to maximum normal as well as it relieves associated painful coitus. That is something of good news! And then there is combination of Vitamin E and Colchicine, showing very promising results in slowing down misdirected healing of injured Tunica albuginea. It has been also proved that collagenase activity increases with Colchicine which reduces collagen synthesis. The reduction in size of plaque is quite significant.

c) Injected medicine like calcium channel blocker Verapamil, collagenase, and interferon can be given. These are given intralesionally into the plaque, and they bring about reduction and swelling of injury and size of plaque.

d) Potassium ammonium benzoate or POTABA has been tried and can be effective as it may soften that hard scar your curved shaft has developed over the time. But its use has limited popularity and you may give up using as for quite unpleasant side effects.

Surgical Treatment

The surgical approach may or may not be suited in your case. If the curvature you present with is 20% or less than 60%, there is no way you should opt for surgery as the Peyronie’s disease treatment given above may suffice. Above 60% of normal curvature are usually best candidates for surgical approach.

Traction Devices, use of which intermittently in mild to moderate cases of Peyronie’s disease give enough straightening to have close to normal sexual act performance.

In the end, not to worry is the best advice any doctor can give to you. With more reporting about Peyronie’s disease, there is more evolvement of treatment methods. Any of one of these can just be the ideal for you.

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The Curvature of Penile Shaft-Peyronie’s Disease

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What is wrong? 

The curvature of penile shaft is the descriptive term ,making it simpler to understand .But when you say you got Peyronie’s disease, it gets even more specific .The damage is to minute vessels of lining membrane of erectile tissue. Healing is so slow that, a hard fibrous plaque is the result. You may not notice curvature, until few months to a couple of years. This is one major factor in delayed start of treatment of Peyronie’s disease.

Timely Approach Your Doctor

The other factor which may cause delay in start of Peyronie disease treatment is, you may have reported the abnormal curvature of shaft to your doctor a bit late. You may have some misconceptions or apprehension about the newly detected disability/abnormality. It can be scary though when you notice it first time. But please don’t let any apprehension come between your genuine disability and possible treatment. While we are discussing how you get your sex life back to what it was, keep this in mind” you may not need any treatment at all” as sometimes the curvature heals up on its own.

All Will Be Just Normal As Before 

Long gone are times when it was not brought to notice of health care provider, and hence not treated. Now we have more men reporting about the Peyronie’s disease occurrence, thereby giving enough time for complete to almost normal shape of curved organ. Before we tell you the treatment available, make one thing clear in your mind. Neither the injury nor the curvature is your fault; it’s the faulty healing process. Following are Peyronie’s disease treatment options offered to you. The objective of chosen method of treatment is to bring back your sex life to normal, which is a cornerstone of an enjoyable and happy relationship.

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Why Patients Hide Peyronie Disease

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As a medical professional, I have come across several individuals who would be quite reluctant to tell or discuss about even the most trivial of skin disease they may be suffering from. When it comes to sex organ deformity or disability to indulge in normal intimacy with partner, it becomes tougher for the effected person to bring it to healthcare provider’s knowledge. That it should be examined and investigated in detail is another issue.

Why any kind of health problem do you think should invoke embarrassment? The answer is simple; to avoid becoming some kind of laughing stock. Another view would be misconceptions spread about so many illnesses that you may get scarred to report to your doctor at the earliest.

Your healthcare provider or doctor is the person you can share everything related to health and well being. Even, those personal health matters which you may not discuss with your life partner or a close friend. In case of peyronie disease, patients may lead to anxiety and then depression if they remain reluctant to discuss it with a doctor.

Like all other conflicts and traumas, a problem with sexual organ remain a critical matter for most of the people. If a fear is developed that "how people will think about me". But unlike other people around us, doctors have the rules of keeping privacy of their patients completely confidential. So, be confident and discuss it with your healthcare provider and save your health.

How is Peyronie's disease treated?

Typically, the aim of treatment method to help keep the patient with Peyronie's disease sexually active. Giving knowledge about the disease and its course is usually contained in the treatment plan. Occasionally, treatment solutions are not essential, as Peyronie's disease often happens within a moderate form that mends with no treatment in 6 to 15 months. Treatment may include:

  • Surgery: Surgeries are usually the final resort and it is associated with high threat of problems, expenses as well as side effects.
  • Vitamin E: various medical studies report enhancements with oral vitamin E recommended by a doctor.
  • Drugs: Oftentimes, injections of several chemical substance in to the plaques have already been utilized in a small number of patients. Still this feature of remedies does keep a strong potential for harmful side effects.
  • Radiotherapy: Using this therapy method, the radiation aims during the plaque to decrease pain, but has no effect on the plaque itself; harmful side effects or worsening of the disease could happen.
  • Use of stretchers: for individuals who trust the potency and effectiveness of alternative or natural solutions, traction-based penis stretchers (like those of SizeGenetics) provide an appealing, safe and economic option with multiple advantages.