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Stages of Peyronie’s Disease

Stages of Peyronie's disease.

Stages of Peyronie's Disease

Specialists divide Peyronie’s disease into two stages, first the acute stage which is followed by the chronic stage.

During both phases, the bent/curved penis may cause problems with sexual intercourse. Simultaneously you also may have Erectile Dysfunction.

The evolution of Peyronie’s disease occurs over an average period of 6-months. Throughout this time, it should be constantly observed so that the appropriate treatment to the stage in which it is in can be provided.

You can learn how to identify which stage you may be in and what to do in each case by reading further after watching the video.

Stage One – The Acute Phase

In the acute stage plaque starts forming within the penis and increases in size and develops in shape. During this stage the plaque will be softer and pliable. In the early months of the acute phase symptoms may not be noticed but will nonetheless develop.

Patients will experience some pain or discomfort, a bending of the penis and often a hardening or lump in one area. Most conventional treatments are not recommended at this stage, so if you are going through this you may have to grit your teeth and wait until the problem gets worse. However, Focused Shockwave Therapy with its ability to break down plaque, is an excellent solution to prevent the condition getting more severe. It should also overcome the onset of erectile dysfunction or the inability to have intercourse, because of a too severe deformity.

Stage Two – The Chronic Phase

During the Chronic stage the plaque is fully formed and hardened, and pain has normally disappeared. The blood vessels around the afflicted area are clogged up with minute plaques and the penis will bend on erection. In most cases the patient will suffer partial erectile dysfunction, a loss of girth and length and a softening at the end of the penis.

Historically, the only treatment at this stage has been life changing surgery. This might be for Penile Plication a shortening of the penis of up to 2 inches to straighten it, or the insertion of penile implants.

Penile implants rely on a manual pump to achieve an erection and many patients report a reduction on length as various prothesis are used.

We are able to avoid surgery for the vast majority of men.

Our Mansmatters clinic has now treated 1000’s of men across the world with Focused Shockwave Therapy.

This therapy uses technology originally created to break up kidney stones without the need for invasive surgery.

Shockwave therapy is non-invasive, and it breaks up the plaque within the penis. This is then secreted from of the body naturally. The treatment not only straightens the penis, but also increases blood flow within it and enhanced nerve sensitivity, leading to greater sexual function and rejuvenated sexual satisfaction.

We have treated men who have not had sex for many years, that are now able to have a happy and fulfilled sex life and are free of Peyronie’s Disease – you can read their reviews of their treatment and results by following this link to Peyronie’s Disease Case Studies. In the meantime you can read a few testimonials below.

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Stages of PD FAQ's

In recent years, the number of PD patients has increased, but probably because men are more open to discuss it than before. However, the actual number of PD patients around the world is suspected to be much higher than data suggests.

Men who damage the penile nerves due to injuries or accidents, are usually at higher risk of suffering from PD than others. It’s also considered as a genetic issue, so it can pass to males through genetics. Men who suffer from connective tissue disorders such as Dupuytren’s disease, are usually more vulnerable to suffer from PD.

Usually, patients will experience some pain when they first have PD. This may diminish over time.

We recommend PD patients undergo our revolutionary treatment protocol which consists of shockwave therapy, EMTT, NanoVi and Tesla Chair. Our treatments have been very efficient and effective in treating PD. In most cases, our patients have been able to avoid surgery by undergoing these treatments.