What is Peyronie’s Disease?
Peyronie’s Disease, or the bent penis syndrome, is caused by the formation of scar tissue along the walls of the erectile chambers of the penis. The condition was first described by Francois de la Peyronie, a physician in the court of Louis XIV of France. This scarring results from plaque deposits and, in time, results in bending the penis in the direction of the side of the penis where the scarring is most severe.
Peyronie’s Disease is almost always first born from penile trauma.
“Trauma” – you ask? I don’t recall my penis enduring any trauma.”
Never had trauma to your penis? Read this – you might be surprised
Hairy Palms from Masturbation?
Remember the wives tale about how hair would grow on the palm of your hands if you masturbated repeatedly? Turns out: there actually was a big risk associated with such pleasure – it just wasn’t hair growth. Penile trauma from masturbation primarily occurs from two sources:
- Repeated Masturbation: If you ever masturbated back-to-back within an hour – you likely caused penile trauma.
- Masturbation Technique: If you were turning your wrist to increase penile sensation during masturbation? If you fixated on a particular area: the shaft or the head? That causes penile trauma.
Similar risks of trauma occur from intense intercourse. Most guys think a “boner” is like a bone – and can handle all the action the body can support. Alas, such activity comes at a cost. Intensive use, friction, pressure from the female pelvic bone – all eventually set up Peyronie’s Disease.
Finally, diseases can also be a cause for penis curvature. Some diseases can cause the breakdown of normal tissue in the penis. Diabetes for example breaks down collagen which in turn causes hardening in the penis. In addition, some medications have Peyronie’s Disease listed as a possible side effect.
Trauma Starts with Pre-Peyronie’s
When your penis experiences trauma – the body sends fibrosis to the affected area in an effort to protect the tissue from further damage.
After this happens repeatedly? The fibrous plaque hardens – and begins to cause noticeable curvature in the penis when erect. This fibrous plaque can exist in a pair of varied states – or both, including:
Diffuse Plaque: Diffuse plaque could be likened to an immense amount of salt emulsified into water. It clogs up the flow of blood in your penis: slowing down erections. It also contributes to the curvature when erect.
Concentrated Plaque: Concentrated fibrous plaque is where the body’s self defense system begins to build up into a hardened state just under the skin. Concentrated plaque is what starts causing your penis to become curved when erect.
Old school thinking in these cases was to “do nothing” – see if the body resolves the issue itself. We now know much better: the condition doesn’t improve on its own or from taking vitamin supplements – it gets worse. Peyronie’s symptoms are a degenerative condition: once begun, they can quite easily deteriorate into two worse situations, or both: namely:
Calcification of Plaque
As the fibrous plaque languishes within the penis it begins to harden further as the body sends calcium to try and heal what it perceives as a vulnerability or injury. As that calcium builds up within the existing deposit of fibrous plaque, the erect curative often gets even worse and you can actually feel parts of the hard distortion of penile tissue with your fingers. While calcified plaque is a hard surface to the touch its actually a fairly brittle chemical structure. This condition sets up for the worst possible outcome of Peyronie’s Disease.
Full-Fledged Peyronie’s Disease
Scar Tissue: Bent Nail Syndrome
Eventually, most often either through intensive masturbation or a varied position during intercourse – a portion of the built-up calcified plaque in your penis will “break” or crack: we’ve even had patients recalling hearing a noticeable “popping” sound when it occurred. It’s essentially the inevitable destiny of the bent nail – sooner or later? Its going to get bent completely sideways.
When this occurs?
Erectile Dysfunction and Peyronie’s Disease Go Hand-in-Hand
Repeated injury of the penis doesn’t just lead to Peyronie’s Disease – it also can result in Erectile Dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction is a common symptom of Peyronie’s Disease. When your penis develops curvature it becomes harder to induce and maintain an erection. On top of that the pain that results from an erection in a curved penis is horrendous. Unfortunately, sometimes this pain can be passed along to your partner if you do not get your penile trauma assessed immediately.
Morganstern Heals Peyronie’s Disease and Erectile Dysfunction
Dr. Steven L. Morganstern is a forerunner in the field of penis curvature correction and Peyronie’s Disease. Using our patented CurveFree™, Stem Cell Implantation Treatments to break up diffused plaque within your penis – he is now able to improve penis curvature and Peyronie’s in 100% of patients. Rejuva-Flow helps to bring back circulation and blood flow to the penis. The treatment is noninvasive and very effective. Wondering if CurveFree™ is right for you? We offer a free initial consultation – either in-office or over the phone – to evaluate your present condition and determine if there’s a suitable CurveFree™ in your future.
What can Morganstern do for your curved penis?
Utilizing our patented CurveFree® treatment process, we’re able to both break down the hardened and diffuse plaque in your penis through endostim treatments while congruently stimulating healing with shockwave stem cell rejuvenation treatments plus Reuja-Flow – all of which helps restore circulation and blood flow to the penis and congruently removing plaque.
The entire treatment tandem is completely noninvasive and proven effective.
What is CurveFree®?
CurveFree® is a patent pending, non-invasive process that effectively heals Peyronies Disease – a penile condition affecting between 5-15% of all men that causes painful and embarrassing penile curvature when erect.
Peyronies disease is caused by damaged, hardened penile tissue that results in a severe curve during erection. Its also progressive – minor bending almost always evolve into major curvature over time: reducing sexual pleasure & sensation for both parties, reducing penile length, and causing consequential distress plus self image challenges for affected men. Surgical outcomes to repair the condition are shown to provide poor long-term results. Finally, the most highly touted drug treatment: Xiaflex® – only achieves consequential curve improvement in a minority of cases – and can’t be safely utilized in many Peyronie’s patient circumstances.
We own the opportunity to change all that.
That, in itself, is exciting!
Free Initial Consultation
Wondering if CurveFree® is right for you? We offer a free initial consultation – either in-office or over the phone – to evaluate your present condition and determine if there’s a suitable CurveFree® in your future.