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Peyronie’s disease is a condition in which the scar NIH external connexion tissue, called plaque, develops under the skin of the penis — a male organ used for urination and sex.

The plaque is formed within the penis, in a thick elastic membrane called tunica albuginea. The tunica albuginea helps to keep the penis rigid during erection. The plate can grow anywhere along the penis.

As it grows, the plaque draws onto the surrounding tissues and causes the penis to curve or bend, normally during erection. Curves in the penis may make periods painful and can make sexual relations painful, difficult, or impossible.

Plaque that is developing in Peyronie's disease

  • Is caused by damage to your penis or an autoimmune disorder
  • Is not the same plaque that can grow in the arteries of a person?
  • Is benign — not cancer, not tumor.
  • The disease of Peyronie occurs in two stages.

Severe level

  • Mostly during the acute phase, the plaque grows, and this phase can last up to 18 months.
  • Inflammation and the formation of plaque on your penis can occur.
  • Your penis is beginning to curve.
  • Without an erection, your penis will hurt.
  • Erections can become as painful as scars form.

Chronic phase:

The chronic process occurs after the plaque is formed. Typically, the chronic process starts 12 to 18 months after the first signs appear.

  • Plaque and penile curvature can stabilize and not worsen.
  • The pain in your penis can be diminished.
  • Erectile dysfunction ( ED) can grow or worsen.

How widespread is the disease of Peyronie?

About 1 in 100 men over the age of 18 in the United States have been diagnosed with Peyronie’s disease. However, based on surveys of men who admitted experiencing symptoms of Peyronie’s disease, experts calculated that the total number of men with Peyronie’s disease is more than 1 in 10.

The risk of developing Peyronie’s disease rises with age. It is less acceptable for men in the 20s and 30s and had Peyronie’s disease.

Who is even more likely to have Peyronie genetic diseases?

  • You could be at a higher risk of developing Peyronie’s disease.
  • Take part in intense sexual or non-sexual behaviors that cause micro-injuries to the penis.
  • Have some external NIH connective tissue and autoimmune disorders

Oldies

  • Diabetes and urinary incontinence
  • Have a history of prostate cancer surgery treatment
  • Clear sexual and non-sexual practices

A man whose sexual or non-sexual behavior (such as sports) causes bio-injuries to the penis is more prone to developing Peyronie’s disease.

Family history with Peyronie disease

Health professionals agree that Peyronie’s disease can occur in some families. For instance, if your father or grandfather has a Peyronie condition, you may have an increased chance of developing a Peyronie disease.

Getting older

Men with diabetes-associated ED have a 4 to 5-fold higher risk of developing Peyronie disease relative to the general population4

Treatment of prostate cancer with surgery

Your risk of developing Peyronie’s disease improves after surgery for prostate cancer. Medical experts agree that this is linked to ED developed after prostate cancer surgery.

What are all the complications of Peyronie's illness?

  • Defects of the disease of Peyronie may include
  • Lack of ability to have sexual relations due to the curvature of the penile
  • ED
  • Mental anguish, depression, or fear about sexual skills or the presence of a penis
  • Stress in a relationship with a sex partner
  • Problems with the child’s fathering because intercourse is difficult

What are the signs and symptoms of Peyronie's illness?

Common symptoms of Peyronie’s illness can include

  • Hard chunks on one or more sides of the penis
  • Pain while sexual intercourse or erection
  • A penis curve even without an erection

Changes in the form of your penis, such as narrowing or shortening.

They can grow slowly or quickly and may be mild to extreme. In certain cases, the pain reduces with time, but the penis curve may remain.1 Issue with intercourse or ED may arise during either process.

What causes the disease of Peyronie?

Health experts do not know the exact cause of Peyronie ‘s disease, but believe that it may be the consequence of the disease.

  • Acute or permanent damage to the penis
  • Autoimmune conditions
  • The disease of Peyronie is not infectious or caused by any known transmittable disease.
  • An injury against the penis

Medical experts agree that hitting or bending the penis can harm the tissues within the penis. These injuries can occur during sex, physical activity, or an accident. It may happen once, an immediate injury or, over time, a chronic injury.

Injury can cause bleeding and swelling within the elastic membrane of the penis or the tunica albuginea. Whenever the injury heals, scarring may form and a plaque may develop. The hard plate pulls out of the surrounding tissues and allows the penis to curve.

You may not be aware of any micro-injuries to your penis as they occur. Researchers have discovered that many patients are unable to remember a particular event just before symptoms began.

Surgery

Urologists may prescribe surgery to remove plaque or help to straighten the penis during an erection. Surgery may be required for men who have Peyronie’s disease.

  • Symptoms did not change
  • Ejaculation or intercourse, or both, is painful.
  • The penis curve prevents sexual intercourse.

Medical experts suggest that you should not have surgery until your plaque and penis curve has stabilized.

Several forms of surgery are used to treat Peyronie’s disease. Your urologist will look at the plaque on your penis and decide the right form of operation for you. An external NIH ultrasound connexion will display the exact position and size of the plate.

Grafting. In this treatment, the urologist will extract the plaque and substitute this with a layer of tissue that has been removed from another part of your body, such as the skin or vein from your leg; developed in a laboratory; or from organ donors.

This treatment can straighten the penis and restore some length of time lost due to Peyronie’s disease.

Many men can experience penis numbness and ED after the procedure.

Plication, guy. In plication surgery, the urologist will cut or pinch a piece of tunic albuginea from the side of a penis opposite the plate to straighten the penis.

This is less likely to trigger numbness or ED.

Plication is unable to recover the length or girth of the penis, and the penis can become shorter.

Implantation of the computer. Penile implants may be considered if a person has both Peyronie’s disease and ED.

The urologist implants a penis system that can induce an erection. The system can help to straighten the penis during an erection.

In certain cases, the penis can be properly straightened by the implant alone. If the implant does not straighten the penis on its own, the urologist will combine the implantation with one of the other two surgeries.

Why choose Cosmo Hair Transplant?

Optimal postoperative outcomes for Peyronie’s disease are heavily reliant on the surgeon’s knowledge and experience. Surgical procedures of this kind can only be performed by highly trained urologic surgeons with specialized training in urogenital reconstruction techniques. Highly trained physicians at the UH Urology Institute have the experience to treat Peyronie’s disease and to achieve the best possible result for each patient.

Cosmo Hair Transplant has trained specialists in our clinic to assist in the treatment of Peyronie’s disease. Dr. Buddhi Prakash Sharma, suggest that you visit us when you get some uncomfortable erection or see an unusual curve or bending of the penis.

Dr. Buddhi Prakash Sharma will suggest an X-Ray or USG. There are simple medicines that Dr. Buddhi Prakash Sharma may offer in case you’ve been facing this for some time. Medicines are going to work in normal situations. In other cases, Dr. Buddhi Prakash Sharma can also prescribe injections or surgery.

Conclusion

penile curvature correction using tunica albuginea activation is the treatment option in patients with congenital penile curvature. The technique has low morbidity and produces excellent practical and cosmetic outcomes. On the other hand, the outcomes of patients with Peyronie’s disease are less favorable in these patients, the placation procedure can only be used in those with a lower deviation.