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Peyronie’s Disease

Peyronie’s disease is characterized by fibrous scar tissue in the penis, causing bending during erections, pain, and potential erectile dysfunction. At Anti-Aging Medical & Laser Clinic, our non-surgical treatments aim to reduce curvature, alleviate discomfort, and improve sexual function, enhancing overall quality of life.

Peyronie’s Disease


Peyronie’s disease is a condition where fibrous scar tissue forms within the penis, causing curvature, pain, and other issues during erections. 

What causes Peyronie’s disease?

The exact cause of Peyronie’s disease is not fully understood, but it is believed to result from a combination of factors. The primary cause is the formation of fibrous scar tissue (plaques) in the erectile tissue of the penis. These plaques can develop due to microtrauma or injury to the penis during sexual activity, which may not be noticeable at the time of occurrence.

Some potential contributing factors to the development of Peyronie’s disease include:

  1. Trauma or injury: Any repeated or significant trauma to the penis, whether from sexual activity, accidents, or medical procedures, can trigger the formation of scar tissue.

  2. Genetics: There might be a genetic predisposition to Peyronie’s disease, as it tends to run in some families.

  3. Connective tissue disorders: Some individuals with certain connective tissue disorders may be more prone to developing Peyronie’s disease.

  4. Age: The likelihood of Peyronie’s disease increases with age, especially among men over 40.

  5. Health conditions: Certain health conditions, such as diabetes and hypertension, have been associated with a higher risk of developing Peyronie’s disease.

  6. Smoking: Smoking is considered a risk factor for the condition, as it may contribute to the development of scar tissue.

What are the symptoms of Peyronie’s disease?

Identifying Peyronie’s Disease:

Symptoms of this disease include:

– Penile curvature or bending during erection
– Pain or discomfort during erection
– Erectile dysfunction or difficulty in maintaining an erection
– Palpable lump or plaque formation within the penile tissue
– Shortening of the penis
– Psychological and emotional stress due to sexual difficulties

How is Peyronie’s Disease diagnosed?

A physical examination is typically enough to detect the presence of scar tissue in the penis and diagnose Peyronie’s disease. However, a comprehensive evaluation includes the following steps:

  1. Physical Examination: A urologist will carefully examine the penis for any curvature, plaques, or other abnormalities that may indicate Peyronie’s Disease.

  2. Medical History: Detailed discussions about the patient’s symptoms and sexual history are essential to gather relevant information and identify potential signs of Peyronie’s Disease.

  3. Imaging: To visualize the plaque and assess its severity, the urologist may use diagnostic tools such as ultrasound or Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).

  4. Erectile Function Tests: Additional tests may be conducted to evaluate the patient’s erectile function and measure penile curvature accurately.

What treatments are available for Peyronie’s disease?

There are various treatment approaches available to manage Peyronie’s Disease. These include:

  • Medications: Oral medications like collagenase Clostridium histolyticum (Xiaflex) may be prescribed to reduce plaque and curvature. Other medications, such as vitamin E or pentoxifylline, are sometimes used, although their effectiveness is debated.

  • Shockwave Therapy: Low-Intensity Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (LI-ESWT) is a non-invasive treatment using acoustic waves to promote tissue healing and reduce plaque.

  • Penile Traction Devices: Regular use of these devices may stretch the penis and decrease curvature, although the evidence supporting their efficacy is limited.

  • Surgery: Severe cases with significant curvature, pain, or erectile dysfunction may require surgery. Procedures involve straightening the penis, removing plaque, or placing penile implants to restore erectile function.

  • Penile Implants: For individuals with erectile dysfunction due to Peyronie’s Disease or other factors, penile implants can restore erectile function and address curvature simultaneously.


Popular Treatments for Peyronie’s disease

Alma Duo™

Alma Duo™


Alma Duo offers a cutting-edge solution for Peyronie’s Disease using Shockwave Therapy, a form of Low-Intensity Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (LI-ESWT). This revolutionary non-invasive treatment utilizes acoustic waves to stimulate tissue healing and effectively targeting plaque reduction in Peyronie’s Disease. Recent research has demonstrated encouraging outcomes, making shockwave therapy a promising and effective approach for treating this disease.

P-shots for ED

P-shots for ED


PRP therapy presents a revolutionary solution for Peyronie’s Disease by utilizing platelet-rich plasma derived from the patient’s blood. This cutting-edge treatment involves injecting PRP directly into the affected area, where its potent growth factors stimulate tissue repair and regeneration. Recent studies exploring PRP as a therapeutic option for Peyronie’s Disease have revealed encouraging outcomes, further solidifying its potential as a promising and effective treatment approach alongside Erectile Dysfunction (ED).

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