Peyronie’s disease is characterized by a fibrous scar tissue that forms beneath the surface of the penis. This scar tissue, which can be mild or acute, can make it problematic for otherwise healthy men to have normal erections. It creates a painful curvature of the penis which can make having sex difficult or impossible.
Fortunately, if you’re searching for a more natural, non-invasive & painless treatment for Peyronie’s disease, Pulse Wave Therapy can help. Peyronie’s disease is treatable, and most men are able to return to optimal sexual performance after therapy.
This treatment uses a premium brand of high frequency low-intensity shockwaves, or soundwaves, to break down scar tissue (plaque) and open blood vessels and create new ones. This increases blood flow, reduces the curvature of the penis, and corrects any potential erectile dysfunction.
Causes of Peyronie’s Disease
Unfortunately, the exact Peyronie’s disease cause is still unknown, however, it frequently accompanies physical trauma.
When a normal penis becomes aroused, blood rushes in and fills its chambers causing it to become erect. The elastic tissue alongside these chambers acts as a protective sheath and allows for a full erection. When the sheath becomes damaged, hard scar tissue or “Plaque” –forms and causes inelasticity. Without the required flexibility, the penis creates a curvature, or bend.
Men who experience pain during sex or an erection should speak to their doctor. In some instances, Peyronie’s disease clears up on its own, though often some sort of treatment – at least some sort of pain relief, in the short term – is necessary. If there aren’t pronounced symptoms or discomfort, a doctor may decide to first wait before doing anything else.
Some Causes of Peyronie’s Disease
Acute Injury, Repeated or Chronic (Bicycling, horseback riding for extended periods) Injury, Prostate Surgery, Family History, Age, Smoking, Drugs, Alcohol, and Autoimmune Disorders