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Peyronie's Disease & Depression

Some men suffer depression because of a severe medical condition and others because of a life changing experience.   more  

Peyronie's Disease & Diabetes

Men suffering from both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes have a far greater risk of Peyronie’s disease (PD) than the national average of 9% of adult males.   more  

Peyronie's Disease & High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure and diabetes are both associated with cardiovascular health and Peyronie’s disease.   more  

Peyronie's Disease After Injury

Have you suffered an injury to the penis recently that’s altered its shape? If you have you may be suffering from Peyronie’s disease, but don’t be alarmed, we have treatment that c...  more  

Peyronie’s Disease and Hair Loss Treatment

Have you suddenly noticed a bend in your penis after using hair loss treatment? Don’t be alarmed, we have a number of therapies that can help you overcome this.   more  

Peyronie’s Disease & Urination

A number of patients who have visited us with Peyronie’s Disease (PD) have encountered additional problems when urinating or ejaculating.   more  

Peyronie's Disease & Prostate Cancer

Patients who have been through surgery for Prostate Cancer, may notice that their penis becoming increasingly bent when they have an erection.   more  

Peyronie's Disease & The Autoimmune System

Men suffering an autoimmune disease are highly likely to develop Peyronie’s disease if the immune system attacks cells in the penis. This can lead to inflammation in the penis; sca...  more  

Peyronie’s Disease & COVID-19

Research into Peyronie’s Disease (PD) and the effects of COVID on it are on-going. However, a number of men have approached us who have had Covid and reported problems with a bent ...  more  

Peyronie’s Disease and Laser Therapy

A variety of laser devices have been tried for treating the acute phase of Peyronie’s Disease (PD) non-surgically to use the anti-inflammatory and analgesic biological effects of a...  more