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Peyronie Disease In Children
Peyronie's Disease: is a curvature of the erect penis. It can be painful to self or a partner. First, please see your doc for an official diagnosis. He/she may suggest surgery if it is severe enough. Natural approaches include supplements like Carnitine and Coenzyme Q 10. Here's a link to a few more from WebMD http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/condition-1474-Peyronie%27s+disease.aspx?diseaseid=1474&diseasename=Peyronie%27s+disease ...Read more
Peyronie's disease is a scar occurring in the covering of the corpus cavernosum in the penis. It may cause penile curvature and pain on erection. It is thought to occur secondary to trauma to the penis during intercourse and micro hemorrhages within the covering ...Read more
Plaque in penis: Peyronie's disease is a scar occurring in the covering of the corpus cavernosum in the penis. It may cause penile curvature and pain on erection. It is thought to occur secondary to trauma to the penis during intercourse and micro hemorrhages within the covering of the erectile bodies. ...Read more
Yes.: Peyronie's disease is scarring of the tunica albicans of the penile shaft. It is inflammatory and is analagous to dupuytren's contracture of the palmar fascia if the hand. Steroid injections may help, and there is surgery in the background. The fda has approved a "collagenolytic enzyme" for the hand and it has been used successfully for peyronie's without a formal indication. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could be: See your doctor or a urologist to determine if you have it. ...Read more
Now I am pretty sure I had a fling in acapulco with a guy with peyronie disease. Curved penis, right?
Could be: Penis is curved upwards in pepronie's & there is usually a hard plaque of tissue under the upper skin which has contracted upper side of penis causing curvature. However, some males can have congenital penile curvature, most commonly downwards, often associated with repaired or un-repaired hypospadias and referred to as chordee. Mild upward curve can also be congeniral. ...Read more
Pentox (trental) has been recommended as an off-treatment for Peyronie's disease. What is the methodology of this working to cure or help peyronies??
Multiple questions: You have submitted an incredible number of questions and this is my 3rd response to you. you must stop submitting repeat questions and proceed immediately to see a urologist. I will submit to all HealthTap physicians to flag your questions as repetative and abusive. You seem obsessed withPeyronie's and you need an expert evaluation,not submitting repeat questions. Call now. ...Read more
I have mild Peyronie's at rt base of shaft, small indent. This am I awoke with pain as my erection was being compressed by heavy blankets. Now it hurts on top. Will i develop peyronies on top? Help
What care we can do that minor Peyronie's will not grow. urologist told me, I have early symptom of peyronies but he didn't suggest any care or medicine. This happen after minor penis injury. I am 28 year old. Worried about growth of perynoise. ?
Treating Peryronies: If this is truly minimal, no treatment is needed, as it may resolve on its owb. There are some OTC meds that can be tried, but I suspect are not useful (search google). There are non-surgivacl treatments that a urologist can perform if there is extension or pain. ...Read more
Is Cialis safe in a young man? Was prescribed for peyronies by a peyronie's specialist. Noticed was meant for bph.Will this negatively effect prostat?
Here are...: It's a sexually disabling penile condition resulting from local scar-like tissue hardening in the thick confinements (tunica albuginea) of corpora cavernosa, leading to pain in some and penile curvature at erection for all. Usually, happens to middle aged with mean age at 53, but possible in younger or older. Its cause is idiopathic (unknown), though maybe coexisting with dupuytren's of palms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are...: Thus far, what we've known is as follows: The "scar formation" - Peyronie's plaque - interferes the proper shut-off of venous flow to maintain and sustain the high blood pressure inside corpora cavernosa as penile arteries inflow for erection. Besides, at age goes, many affected men may have some dysfunction of local vessels and nerves for regulating erection so ED ensues. More? Ask Doc timely. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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