Most men who suffer from Peyronie’s disease can still lead a relatively normal life. Others may not be so lucky. But there are several options today for Peyronie’s disease treatment. The Novus Center has pioneered new treatments for the disease with the latest in breakthrough technology.

Peyronie’s should not get in the way of you living your life. Complications from Peyronie’s are at the root of many sex-related issues in men. If you are starting to notice changes that are negatively affecting your everyday life, a consultation with one of our experts is only a phone call away.

What Is Peyronie’s Disease?

Peyronie’s disease (also called penile curvature), is a problem in men that results from segments of fibrous scar tissue developing on the penis. Although they usually develop on the top side of the penis, the plaques can appear anywhere on the penis.

A distinct characteristic of Peyronie’s disease is a curved and painful erection. The severity of this varies from case to case, but it may be best to get diagnosed just to make sure. It is important to understand what this disease is, how it can affect you, and what your options for treatment are. While some men may never need to get treated, others may need treatment to go back to enjoying their lives. 

5 Signs You May Need to Consider Peyronie’s Disease Treatment

1. You Have Penis Curvature

While some men have only slight curvature in their penis and it doesn’t inhibit their ability to have a normal sex life, others with a more severe curvature may have other issues that stem from this. This can, in turn, affect their sex lives as well as their day-to-day lives.

2. You Have Painful Erections

Painful erections can affect your daily routine as men may have random erections throughout the day. This can also decrease your libido due to the fact that sexual intercourse may become painful. In addition to this, it can also affect your self-confidence which could lead to anxiety or depression.

3. You Have Other Erection-Related Issues

Aside from pain stemming from erections, Peyronie’s disease can also affect your ability to get an erection altogether. Erectile dysfunction, or impotence, can cause unneeded stress and anxiety while also negatively affect your sex life.

4. You Have Dupuytren’s Contractures

Dupuytren’s is characterized as scarring in the hand that affects the fingers. It results in a permanent bent finger or fingers until the affected fingers can no longer be flexed. Those who have Dupuytren’s tend to be more likely to get Peyronie’s.

5. You Have Scar Tissue on Other Areas of Body

Unrelated to Dupuytren’s contractures, some men with Peyronie’s disease eventually develop scar tissue on other areas of the body. This is typically seen on the hands or feet. If you have developed scar tissue on areas other than your penis, this could be a sign of a more severe case.

If you are currently suffering from any of the signs above, don’t panic. But it may a good idea to start looking at your treatment options.

What Causes Peyronie’s Disease?

Doctors still do not know exactly what causes Peyronie’s disease. Many have linked the disease to significant or sustained penis injury, though. This can be a result of rough sexual activity or any other kind of injury in which the penis was affected. The good news is that not every penis injury will lead to Peyronie’s disease. This leads some to think the cause of Peyronie’s is genetic.

Other studies have shown that the underlying cause of Peyronie’s is environmental, but this is only speculative. However, those with family members affected by Peyronie’s disease have a higher risk of getting it during their lifetimes.

Consult With a Doctor

Many men with Peyronie’s disease are too embarrassed to consult with a doctor. Doctors are here to help, not judge, so you should feel comfortable confiding in health professionals so they can best suit your needs. They are unable to do this if you do not make an appointment.

Living with Peyronie’s can worsen your overall quality of life. The pain, stress, and anxiety can lead to depression in men who do not seek treatment. Some fear surgery or medication, and this is understandable. But there are new treatments we have developed that require no surgery at all.

NOVOWave™

NOVOWave™ is created by The Novus Anti-Aging Center. It is an FDA approved, non-invasive alternative to treating Peyronie’s disease which requires no surgery. The procedure uses acoustic sound waves to open up blood vessels in the penis that help cause erections.

The procedure itself consists of 15-20 minute treatments. Lasting effects of the treatment are enhanced sexual function and satisfaction, increased blood flow to the penis, and nerve tissue growth in the penis.

This is different from other treatments that focus on the symptoms and not the cause. The results are long-lasting overall improved health.

Is NOVOWave™ for Me?

NOVOWave™ is used to treat the source of erection-based issues. It is for those who have Peyronie’s disease, erectile dysfunction, or just want to improve their sex lives. Anyone over the age of 30 is eligible, regardless of whether or not you have an underlying medical condition.

What to Do Next

If you have noticed any severe changes to your penis, you should consult with a doctor. This is especially true for anyone who has sustained any injuries to their penis. If you are diagnosed with Peyronie’s disease, you can make an appointment with us and we will explain what your options are.

If you are living with Peyronie’s disease and it is affecting your life, it is time to seek help. If you want non-invasive Peyronie’s disease treatment, contact The Novus Center today and request a call back to book a consultation at our office located in Studio City, CA.