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Is there a natural cure for Peyronies disease?

by: Erik Raven

The answer to this question is both yes and no. Although there are methods in place that can help reduce, if not cure, peyronies completely - such as penile corrective surgery and penis enlargement devices - actually preventing peyronies before it occurs is still not possible. All you can do is learn how to handle it. What is Peyronies? Caused by the development of fibrous tissues on the inner lining of your penis, peyronies is reputed to affect 388 out of 100,000 men across the world between the age groups of 40-60 years old. Yet despite this classification peyronies has been found in men as young as their teens causing penile curvatures of between 30° to 60°. But the main problem with this condition is the health risks it can cause if left untreated. Alongside its ability to make penetration uncomfortable, peyronies can cause impotency removing your chances of having children in the future. For this reason penis enlargement devices and surgeries could make the difference to helping you lead a better life. Penile correction surgeries There are various surgeries available, but the best 3 would have to be: placation, excision-grafting and prosthetic implantation. Known to be effective in correcting penile curvatures, these surgeries do as a whole work. The only problem with them is the possible risk they each incur, as we shall now explain. natural Plication surgery Designed to reduce the length on one side of your penis to match the other, this method should remove the curvature and straighten your penis. That being taken into account, this surgery as a result will shorten the length of your penis as a whole. Excision-Grafting surgery Based around applying a graft to your penis once an incision has been made into the lump on the tunica albuginea, this procedure on the one hand does straighten your penis. Its only consequence is a risk of deformity that can come as a result of blood vessels dying in the graft. Alongside risks of deformation, grafts are known to cause the penis to shorten (with time) and induce impotency. Prosthetic Implantation surgery Utilising a semi-rigid silastic inflatable cylinder, this device is inserted into the corpora cavernosa to promote the straightening of your penis. You need to be careful with this procedure though as this too can cause impotency. Penis enlargement devices Specifically designed to encourage tissue cell generation in your penis chamber, the use of Medical Type 1 materials within a penis traction device means users can experience the benefits of increased blood flow, a penis length increase of up to 3 inches and penile corrections of 60%. Surgery or penis enlargement devices? Both penile correction surgeries and penis enlargement devices can ease penile curvatures, but out of the two methods available traction devices can by far offer users the most security. Risk free and medically backed by European CE standards, penis traction devices hold none of the risks that can come with surgery. Deformities and impotency… none of these are evident within these types of devices. Instead consumers can use a credible, affordable device that can cure their curved penis by 60% whilst naturally increasing their penis size by up to 30%.

Erik Raven is a leading expert in the area of general penis health and safe, medically endorsed penis enlargement methods. His expertise has led him to be a spokesperson for sufferers of bent penis syndrome and peyronies.

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