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Peyronies - distressing, painful and embarrassing and many men suffer in silence. You don't have to be one of them
Penile curvature, or Peyronie's disease is a curvature of the penis, which can be uncomfortable and distressing, and can even lead to a man being unable to enjoy a full sex life. It is thought that 4% of men over 40 currently suffer with peyronies disease, and sadly many of them suffer in silence too embarassed to seek help from the pain and misery of this condition. Help is now at hand, in this home-use treatment from Andro Medical, the Andropeyronie is a clinically tested medical device that has been proven to correct penile curvature by as much as 40 percent in as little as 3-6 months.
Peyronies is first characterised by pain in the penis, especially during an erection. The penile pain will intensify as the peyronies scar or plaque deposit develops and forms a hard, knot-like lump in the penis, together with it shortening noticeable on one side.
Penetrative sex can start to become awkward and in severe case, overly painful to proceed.
What causes Peyronie's Disease or curvature of the penis?
Doctors are not 100% certain what causes Peyronie's disease, but there are a number of possible causes:
- Genetic predisposition: There's a mild family link.
- Low Testosterone: There is a link between low testosterone and peyronies and the fact that lower levels may have a contributing factor to developing the disease. A recent study showed 74.4% of men with peyronies had a low testosterone level.
- Trauma: Many experts think that the 'plaque' formed in Peyronie's disease can form following a trauma to the penis, such as bending or hitting it.
- Dupuytren's Contracture: People suffering with this condition sometimes suffer from Peyronie's as their tissues are more prone to scarring.
- Medications: some medications may have a contributory factor.
- High blood pressure, hardening of the arteries, Diabetes: possible links with vascular conditions and peyronies.
However, it is not certain what causes Peyronie's, and some men with none of the above happen to develop the condition.
Surgery for Peyronie's Disease
Usually, doctors only perform surgery for Peyronie's when the disease has stabilised and it is not getting worse. Normally, surgery is only performed if the deformity is very painful and prevents a man from having intercourse.
The two most common operations performed to treat Peyronie's are:
- The Nesbit Procedure: Removal of tissue on the opposite side of the penis to where the plaque is. This helps to straighten the penis, however it can cause the erect penis to become shorter.
- The Lue Procedure: The plaque that has formed inside the penis is removed and replaced with a patch of skin. This can correct the curvature, however can cause erectile dysfunction and other complications.
Surgery isn't the only option for Peyronies - traction is clinically proven to help
Many men are keen to avoid the traditional method of surgery to correct their curvature, as it can reduce the length of the penis by as much as 4cm (1.6 inches), but the Andropeyronie works with gentle traction to not only correct the curvature, but increase the size of the penis too. What's more, this effective treatment leaves no unsightly scarring.
If you have already undergone surgery for Peyronie's disease, this device could help you too. After surgical treatment, it is common for the penis to retract and decrease in size due to the formation of scar tissue, but the Andropeyronie is extremely effective at preventing this. The device works by applying gentle traction to the penis, so the body works to build new cells - this helps to correct the deviation and also to increase the size of the penis as a fortunate side effect.
The device has been clinically tested and proven to be safe and effective, and the results have been validated on an international level, so before you resort to surgery, try the Andropeyronie.
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How does the Andropeyronie penile curvature correction work?
The Andropeyronie device must be used with the penis in a flaccid state, and can be worn between 4 - 9 hours a day. Some men wear them under loose fitting trousers, others prefer to use the traction devices during the evening when not at work, it is all a matter of personal preference. However it must be remembered that the amount of time used has a direct impact of the level of results. If you are diligent about regular use, you will achieve faster more satisfactory results.
Andromedical are specialists in penile traction devices, and the Andropeyronie works in a very different way to a standard Andromedical device purchased primarily for size improvement. While using Andropeyronie, the patient can control the direction of the traction in order to apply stronger force to the opposite side of the peyronies curvature. This will help the penis to straighten by up to 50% and prevent the pain and discomfort associated with peyronies.
If you choose to use the Andropeyronie following surgery for peyronies you'll find that a gentler unidirectional traction force is enough to prevent penile shortening which so often happens following this surgical procedure.
For Andropeyronie and Andropeyronie (Surgery Edition), your penis size must be at least 3.2 inches (8 cm) in erection.
|SKU / Product Code||91981|
|Recommended For||Men with peyronies curvature of the penis to straighten without surgery|
|Included Contents||Androshafts, 2 x Androsilicone, 2 x Androcomfort Band, 2 x Androtop for Androsilicone, 2 x Androtop for Androcomfort Band, 2 x Androring, Instruction Booklet, Instructional CD, Quick Guide|
|Material||Springs: Stainless Steel | Shafts: Surgical Aluminum|
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- Slow to work, but beats surgery for peyronies Review by Tom Raider
Tip I have found if I used too much traction my penis would get sore after 2 hours, so take it steady.
Feel some tension, but not too much. If you do get sore you put yourself back a few days rather than making steady progress.
Wear tight lycra style underwear for support and to stop the device moving around, it is very lightweight.
Use the device little and often whenever possible. Progress is slow, but it is worthwhile.
Don't use gels or lubricants if you get sore, as these mean it will slip off or out of position.
You'll feel very self-conscious at first, but soon it becomes second nature and is not too obtrusive.
Don't throw it away thinking you are 'cured' because like me, you could find in a few years' time more build-up of scar tissue and going through the whole process all over again. In hindsight I would have taken more notice and monitored it, but I did not think it would come back after surgery. Now I find this is quite common which is why I didn't want to have more surgery. ” (Posted on 30 December 2014)
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