RD, 58, has Peyronie’s disease, which causes curvature in his penis. He’s had it for about 15 years and wants his old penis back. What can RD do to cure himself of his Peyronie’s?
Your penis curves backward, so that it’s slightly facing you. This is the most common form of Peyronie’s disease and means that you have scar tissue at the tip of your penis. Peyronie’s disease is nothing more than scar tissue in the structure of the penis that causes a pain. It shouldn’t even really be called a disease.
Peyronie’s disease is a disorder of the connective tissue in the penis that causes plaque to build up in the soft tissue. Peyronie’s can cause erectile dysfunction, curvature and even shortening of the penis.
Peyronie’s disease is caused by trauma to the penis, often during sex. You remember when it happened to you because you say you could feel a “pop.” Sex is a physical activity and I’m surprised that more people don’t have injuries.
What you need is to take Cialis. Cialis is a medication typically used for erectile dysfunction that helps to increase blood flow to the penis. If you take a low dose of Cialis every day, you’ll get more blood flow to the penis and that blood flow will override the scar tissue.
You should also be on the lookout for a drug called Xiaflex. It’s a medication that you inject into the plaque and the medicine helps melt away the scar tissue. It’s still in clinical trials and isn’t out yet, but it may be out soon and could help you.
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