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Are You Frustrated And Embarrassed By Peyronies Disease? Here Are Potential Causes and Alternative Treatments - Biomedic Labs Rx LLC
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Are You Frustrated And Embarrassed By Peyronies Disease? Here Are Potential Causes and Alternative Treatments

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Peyronies disease is a common cause of penile deformity and sexual dysfunction. According to Urology Care Foundation, Peyronies is a deposit of hard plaque on a connective layer of tissue called the Tunica Albuginea. Typically the symptoms include curvature of the penis, lumps, pain, and erectile dysfunction. While some men may have no discomfort associated with Peyronies disease, other men need treatment to be able to return to all of life’s normal activities.

Peyronies disease can be embarrassing and many men choose to suffer in silence instead of talking to a doctor. You are not alone and a doctor can help diagnose Peyronies disease so that you can find a treatment that you feel confident about.

Potential Causes

Doctors and scientists are still unsure of the causes of Peyronies disease. It is believed that genetics are involved, but there may be a few other factors as well. It is speculated that Peyronies disease can develop after the penis undergoes a mild trauma. The trauma may be related to sexual intercourse, sports, or some other minor injury.

The National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse (NKUDIC) points out that the Tunica Albuginea is made up of many layers and receives little blood flow. As a result, when it undergoes trauma the inflammation stays trapped in the area for a long time. Eventually a build-up of fibrin will cause hard scar tissue. This long term build-up of fibrin is the reason Peyronies disease doesn’t show up when the trauma initially occurs.

Treatment Options

There are few options that have been proven to be effective Peyronies disease treatments. There are a few different medications that doctors can prescribe; POTOBA (para-aminobenzoacidic potassium) and Vitamin E. These medications are taken orally. Other medications can be injected directly into the plaque to attempt to soften or remove the plaque. There are few studies that suggest these medications can produce lasting results.

Surgery

The only clinically proven Peyronies disease treatments are surgeries. There are 3 different procedures that can address the curvature of the penis or remove the plaque.

  1. A first option may be to have a procedure where they try to remove the plaque itself and replace the scar tissue with a graft. This surgery can result in erectile dysfunction and some numbness in the penis.
  2. A second procedure pinches a portion of the Tunica Albuginea on the side of the penis just opposite of where the plaque is located. This corrects the curvature of the penis but can affect the length.
  3. A third and final option in which they can place an implant into the penis to restore rigidity.

Each procedure is invasive and imposes some amount of risk. To most men these are last resorts because no one wants to operate on such a sensitive area.

In addition, because the symptoms of Peyronies are often unnoticeable the delay of offering the surgeries can be a year or more from the onset of the disease.

Lasting Treatment Options

If you want results now, without having to take medication or risking surgery there are ALTERNATIVES. Systemic enzymes are natural alternatives to the common Peyronies disease treatment options. These enzymes break down extra fibrin in the body and can boost immune systems. By removing extra fibrin from your body, you can prevent further build-up of uncomfortable scar tissue. Boosting your immune system can calm down the inflammatory response that is signaling the development of the plaque.

Serrapeptase is an enzyme that will attack fibrin. Biomedic Labs RX offers two products SerraRX80 and Serracor-NK that will work together to prevent and remove the plaque by eating away fibrin and calming inflammation. There are no other enzymes on the market today that are backed by 10 years of positive results for scar tissue related conditions. In addition,Vitamin D can work alongside these enzymes to repair damaged tissue and promote healing.

Take Action

If you are feeling frustrated by Peyronies disease because it is ruining your personal life, you don’t have to sit around and wait for things to get better. You also don’t have to undergo painful surgeries or injections. Instead, try systemic enzymes like Serrcor-NK and Serra Rx80 and eliminate the root causes of Peyronies disease.

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