How Do You Treat Peyronie’s Disease Without Surgery?
Peyronie’s disease affects 1 in 11 men, but even with that statistic, there isn’t enough conversation being had about it.
Because this condition is isolated to the penis, some sufferers are simply too embarrassed to seek help, and many men avoid visiting their GP out of shame or fear. And even those that do seek help might find the idea of surgery extremely worrying, especially as one of the possible side effects of surgery is a shorter penis.
But the good is that there is a natural and non-invasive solution that can help you to resolve the symptoms of Peyronie’s and regain lost confidence, without needing to go under the knife!
What Is Peyronie’s?
Peyronie’s is a condition resulting from scar tissue that develops on the penis and causes curved, painful erections.
All penises come in varying shapes and sizes, and a curve is not unnatural. However, for those suffering from Peyronie’s, the bend is significant and may cause pain when erect.
The condition can prevent you from having sex and make it difficult to get or maintain an erection.
What Causes Peyronie’s?
The cause is not entirely understood. However, it most commonly occurs after injury to the penis. An injury could occur from vigorous sexual activity, athletic activity or as a result of an accident.
After an injury and during the healing process, scar tissue forms in a disorganised manner. It can become painful because the area affected by the scar tissue is unable to stretch properly. The penis then bends and becomes painful when erect.
Some of the suspected causes are:
- Repeated injury
- Connective tissue disorder
- Health conditions
- Hereditary factors
- Prostate surgery
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What Are Common Peyronie’s Symptoms?
- Visible bumps – Scar tissue can often be felt underneath the skin and can make the penis look bumpy.
- Curved penis – The penis will have a significant bend or curve.
- Erection problems – Either problems getting an erection or maintaining an erection.
- Shortening/narrowing penis – The scar formation pulls on the tissue and shortens it.
- Pain – This can be experienced with or without an erection but is most common whilst erect.
Does Peyronie’s Go Away On Its Own?
Unfortunately, it rarely goes away on its own. For most men, the condition either remains the same or will get worse. Early treatment is highly recommended to prevent worsening and improve existing symptoms.
Is Surgery The Only Option To Fix Peyronie’s?
Many men suffering from Peyronie’s believe that the only successful, long-term treatment options are surgical. But this really isn’t the case. There are other effective non-surgical solutions on offer.
This is a Penile Traction Therapy Device that you wear to help straighten your penis. It can help to correct lost penile length, which is a common side effect of Peyronie’s. You would normally wear it at night for a certain amount of time over 12 weeks.
The device stretches scar tissue to encourage it to reform into more normal tissue.
There are a few medications used to treat Peyronie’s. Oral medications such as Pentoxifylline (Trental), vitamin E, or a form of potassium are often the first thing that your doctor recommends, but unfortunately, in most cases, they are unsuccessful.
The P Shot
The P-Shot for Peyronie’s Disease is a pioneering treatment that treats erectile issues such as impotence or the inability to maintain a firm erection. This treatment can correct the bend in the penis by helping to tackle the plaque build ups.
It relies on platelet-rich plasma (found in your blood) to stimulate the growth of new, younger tissue and increases blood flow. PRP treatments have been used successfully to repair damaged muscles and nerves for many years.
And now experts have found that using this same process PRP treatments can ease Peyronie’s symptoms, giving men a successful and easy treatment option that doesn’t require surgery.
Elite Aesthetics is one of the UK’s leading aesthetics clinics that offer non-surgical Peyronie’s Disease treatments to help reduce the symptoms you are experiencing.
Is The P-Shot Successful In Treating Peyronie’s?
The P Shot is a remarkable treatment for those with Peyronie’s and is much less invasive than other options, especially surgical ones.
The P-Shot can in some cases also increase your penis length and girth, and you don’t have to wear the Penile Traction Therapy Device mentioned earlier.
There is a high success rate; in our clinic around 84.2% of the men we treat go from being unable to get an erection to being able to have penetrative sex without pain. This is far higher than other non-surgical treatment options.
Results aren’t always permanent, but they do last for up to 12 months and even 18 months in some cases.
How Does The P Shot Work?
PRP contains cell-regenerating growth factors that are essential for treatment. The procedure works by taking a small amount of your blood which is then spun at a high frequency within a centrifuge to separate the platelet-rich plasma.
Your doctor will inject the PRP into your treatment area. This might sound uncomfortable, but the whole procedure is carried out under local anaesthetic, so there is little to no pain.
By improving the blood supply and triggering tissue regeneration, patients notice an increase in the ability to get an erection and maintain the firmness of erections.
The treatment is very easy, with minimal discomfort. And you will see noticeable results in as little as 3 weeks.
The P Shot is worth considering if you want to treat Peyronie’s without resorting to surgery. It’s a big decision, and we welcome any questions.
At Elite Aesthetics, consultations are held in our purpose-built and award-winning clinic based in Greenhithe, Kent, which is just 20 minutes away by train from St. Pancras, London.
As a clinic specialising in intimate health problems, our professional team of qualified men’s health doctors are experienced in treating Peyronie’s Disease with the P-Shot. Founded by Dr Shirin, an accredited non-surgical doctor with over 20 years of experience, including several years as a practising GP, Elite Aesthetics is dedicated to providing you with discreet, effective and safe treatment.
Our P Shot technique is unique to us and has delivered significant success for our clients. You’ll get a private consultation before your treatment and follow up appointments at 6 and 12 weeks to ensure you’re progressing well.
If you’d like to learn more, contact us either by calling 01322 381 205, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or WhatsApp us privately.