Are you a candidate for the CurveFree™ Solution for Peyronie's Disease

Wondering if your curved penis condition is a good candidate for healing with the new CurveFree™ process?

The first step is to schedule a complementary review of your case and circumstances. We’ll want to know your symptoms, if you’ve already been diagnosed with Peyronie’s disease, the degree of visible curve you’ve encountered, and how long you’ve been dealing with plaque and curvature issues. Additionally, it’s usually very helpful if you could take photographs of your penis when erect.

Next, we’ll take steps to create a comprehensive picture of the amount of plaque build up within your penis and analyze any other issues that might be hindering your penile performance or pain. This “picture” is produced from ultrasound imagery – you’ll be able to confirm your progress from treatment through the process: this isn’t a guessing game.

With this data in hand, we’ll be able to create a customized healing roadmap for your condition.

Bent Penis Syndrome: Do you have it?

Peyronie’s disease, or the bent penis syndrome, is caused by the formation of scar tissue along the walls of the erectile chambers of the penis. The condition was first described by Francois de la Peyronie, a physician in the court of Louis XIV of France. This scarring results from plaque deposits and, in time, results in bending the penis in the direction of the side of the penis where the scarring is most severe.

Peyronie’s disease most often occurs, without any obvious reason, in men age 40 and older, although cases have been reported in teenagers. About 1 percent of all men in the most vulnerable age group is reported to experience the disorder. The disease sometimes occurs in men who are heavy users of alcohol. At times, the symptoms of the disease disappear on their own. In about one-third of the cases, the disease results in significant penile deformity and painful erection. Often, the deformity and pain it causes during erection may be sufficient to make vaginal penetration difficult, if not impossible.

Peyronie's Disease: What Should I do?

Peyronie’s disease should be suspected and help obtained whenever there has been a noticeable change in the shape of the erect penis. The condition usually develops over a period of time, and is often overlooked until painful erection makes vaginal penetration difficult.

Just as women are advised to perform periodic breast self-examination it is a good idea for all men to regularly check the general condition of their penis. A sign of possible Peyronie’s disease is a buildup of scar tissue that can be felt beneath the skin of a non-erect penis as a hard nodule. Pain experienced by either partner during intercourse is another possible sign of the disease.

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Peyronie’s disease should be suspected and help obtained whenever there has been a noticeable change in the shape of the erect penis. The condition usually develops over a period of time, and is often overlooked until painful erection makes vaginal penetration difficult.

Just as women are advised to perform periodic breast self-examination it is a good idea for all men to regularly check the general condition of their penis. A sign of possible Peyronie’s disease is a buildup of scar tissue that can be felt beneath the skin of a non-erect penis as a hard nodule. Pain experienced by either partner during intercourse is another possible sign of the disease.