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Treatment For Peyronie’s Disease

Peyronie’s disease is the curvature of the penis. It is a condition that results from plaque or scar tissue that forms within the penis that can lead to a painful and curved erection. While each man has a different size and shape, this condition is quite common and men who suffer from this disease experience, not just pain, but a substantial bend.

This condition is likely caused by minor trauma to the penis, for instance, a hard blow at a sporting event. Not all men who suffer from injury experience Peyronie’s. For this reason, researchers believe that for some men the condition can be genetic and develops over time.

There are two stages of Peyronie’s disease; the acute and chronic phases. The bent penis may cause problems during sexual intercourse during both these phases.

If the pain or bend is severe, treatment may be required for this condition. And for some men, it can prevent them from enjoying sexual intercourse. Shock wave therapy and surgery combined with P-Shot or the Priapus Shot will improve results in men with severe erectile dysfunction.

How does shock wave therapy work?

In the case of Peyronie’s disease, the penis plaque is the injured area. Low frequency, high-pressure shock waves are applied through an external device. This treatment is performed under local anesthesia. The shock waves are believed to break down calcification and scar tissue by stimulating the healing process. As a non-invasive treatment, the side effects are mild and rate of complication rather minimal.

What can the P-Shot do for you?

You will experience an increase in girth and length of your penis, increased sensation,  stronger erection and enhanced sexual performance. These benefits are noticeable upon receiving the P-Shot. Best of all, the plasma is derived using your own blood which means it is non-allergenic and free from any side effects.

 



 

 

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