Peyronie’s Disease Treatment for Men in Fort Mill

Peyronie’s Disease Treatment

Peyronie’s disease or Peyronie disease is a connective tissue disorder that can affect men of any age or race. Peyronie’s disease is characterized by fibrous scar tissue that forms beneath the surface of the penis. This scar tissue can often make it problematic to have a normal erection.

Men with Peyronie’s disease have a pronounced, often painful curvature of the penis. The curvature can cause painful erections, and may make normal intercourse difficult or impossible.

GAINSWave™ has been shown to be an effective procedure to breakdown the scar tissue and reduce the curvature of the penis for someone suffering from typical Peyronie’s disease.

Nearly 80% of men with Peyronie’s Disease also report some degree of Erectile Dysfunction (ED).  Conventional ED treatments, such as oral ED medications, are not recommended for men who have ED and Peyronie’s. Oral medications such as Viagra, Cialis and Levitra increase blood flow to the penis, but do not address the root cause and lessen the scar tissue causing Peyronie’s and are not recommended.

Unlike oral ED medication, the mildly pulsating waves of GAINSWave can both reduce the scar tissue of Peyronie’s disease as well as increase blood flow to the penis.

GAINSWave is a safer, more effective way of treating men with Peyronie’s disease and Erectile Dysfunction.

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