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A 45-year-old male asked:

Are there any new treatment options for peyronies disease?

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Dr. Ivan Colon
Urology 28 years experience
Not really: No. There is no gold standard available for the nonsurgical treatment. There is still a great need for further investigation of to make clear recommendations. Multimodal therapy is still best approach. Various nonsurgical modalities have been examined with mix results all around. Severe penile deformity, narrowing or deviation that impedes intercourse should consider surgery (disease stable >3 mo.
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