Do you have a significant curve in your penis? Have you met a man with one? Well there is a simple explanation for this, it’s called Peyronie’s Disease. PD is a scar tissue ailment that creates a buildup of plaque that forms inside the penis and causes it to bend to the side. According to the National Institute of Health it isn’t as uncommon as you may think, possibly affecting as much as 23% of the male population between the ages of 40 -70. Though currently there isn’t a clearly defined cause for the disease doctors speculate that its most likely brought on by an injury probably related to sex, an athletic activity, or an accident. If the penis is hit hard enough it can cause swelling. The swelling can constrict the blood flow to all the tissue layers, leaving them to clot and trap immune system cells. The cells will begin to develop into scar tissue and plaque, making the normally elastic tissues of the penis more rigid causing the curvature.
While there are many men who live with this illness and have a healthy sex life, there is a significant amount who struggle whether it be due to embarrassment, pain, or a mixture of both. Both partners must cope with penial curvature as it can be painful for everyone. When dealing with a problem such a this is important that both partners be commitment to figuring it out together. Many men who struggle with this disease will also struggle with acknowledging it. They find excuses and reasons to avoid intimacy, to sidestep any potential rejection and the insecurity that could come from it. Unfortunately, most women won’t see it that way, they will become insecure themselves, and begin to question why their man doesn’t want to have sex with them, creating a level of insecurity and self-esteem issues. Do not allow the Peyronie’s Disease to cause isolation from your partner. Frustration is normal, but communication and acknowledgement of the issue is key and the first step to successfully coping with the issue.
There are several treatment options for Peyronie’s Disease out there both non-invasive and surgical. Most physicians will suggest giving the disease time to heal on its own within 1 to 2 years. There are several oral treatments as well as shots available that are said to help reduce the plaque and scar tissue buildup. For extreme cases, surgery is also an option that has proven to be successful. Most doctors would attempt the non-invasive methods first, as surgery always comes with more risk and erection disability is one of them. Penial traction therapy is an alternative medicine option. It involves stretching the penis in such a way that it will start to straighten out.
Peyronie’s Disease is not a topic discussed often, and most men are very sensitive about their private parts. If you or your partner suffer from PD seek out support, and in the meantime, do your research. It is important for anyone suffering to know there are resources available to and coping is possible when proactive steps are taken. Utilize the web and find out more information about the disease as well as follow some of the focus group chat boards. There are plenty of ways out there to learn more about PD.
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