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Husband was diagnosis with peyronie's about a yr. Ago. Is there anything he can do to help it? His penus is bent downward and makes intercourse difficult.

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Dr. James Krick
Urology

In brief: Peyronies

Sadly, there are few effective medical treatments for peyronie's disease.
Vitamin e is often recommended for mild cases. Intralesional injection with verapamil is also done in the office. With severe deformity, surgical excision of the plaques and grafting are often necessary. A penile prosthesis can also be placed in the most severe cases.

In brief: Peyronies

Sadly, there are few effective medical treatments for peyronie's disease.
Vitamin e is often recommended for mild cases. Intralesional injection with verapamil is also done in the office. With severe deformity, surgical excision of the plaques and grafting are often necessary. A penile prosthesis can also be placed in the most severe cases.
Dr. James Krick
Dr. James Krick
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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
new drug Xiaflex may offer hope: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/04/health/treatment-for-peyronies-disease-shows-promise.html?_r=0
Dr. James Krick
This much awaited collagen breaking drug is not approved for Peyronie's disease and as a result is prohibitively expensive . Not covered .
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