Peyronie's Disease: Basic Facts and Overview

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In most men, the penis remains normal throughout their lives, they have a normal shaped organ, and are able to enjoy a great sex life and be justifiably confident that they will continue to do so. Unfortunately, in some cases, nature can be quite cruel, and some men discover that their penis is anything but normal and that they can become unable to enjoy sex, almost without warning.

In Peyronie’s disease, for reasons unknown, scar tissue forms in the tough layer of connective tissue in the penis called the “tunica albuginea” this prevents the normal expansion of the penis during erection when blood flows into the sponge-like Corpora Cavernosa. This restriction causes the penis to bend to one side or the other.

Peyronie’s disease is often painful in the early stages, but this lessens over time. The symptoms, however, can be seen from the start, and they do often worsen over time. These symptoms are a shortening in the penis when it is flaccid that causes a severe curve during erections.

In most cases, men who suffer from Peyronie’s disease are able to enjoy sexual intercourse with their partners without experiencing pain. These men can come from all backgrounds and ages, however, the vast majority of cases are seen in Caucasian males aged 40 and above. Peyronie’s disease is not a sexually transmitted condition – indeed it is not contagious at all, and it is also not related to cancer.

While the diagnosis of Peyronie’s disease by a doctor is a straightforward matter, its treatment is not. Because of the rarity of the condition, many urologists do not have the experience to know what the most effective treatments are. With this in mind, you should try and find a urologist who specializes in the condition. They will be able to offer advice and supply drugs containing L-arginine and sildenafil as well as provide you with information about the possibility of penile surgery to correct the curve if it is required.

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