Best Peyronie’s disease treatment, Neprinol 300 or Neprinol AFD?

Neprinol reduces inflammation and tissue damage

Neprinol is a completely vegetarian blend of several different enzymes that have tested to have over six time’s stronger activity to break down fibrin than the leading animal based enzyme blend product.  The enzymes in Neprinol have been shown to be clinically effective in supporting C-reactive protein (CRP) levels when taken as directed.  In this way Neprinol promotes normal levels of anti-inflammatory markers in the blood stream that are part of the physiologic response of the body while  dealing with acute (sprain, strain, overwork) and chronic (arthritis, most soft tissue disease, stroke, blood vessel disease) injury.  As a result Neprinol enzymes will assist the body in its effort to eliminate from the blood stream damaged red and white blood cells, fibrin, any protein material that is part of the inflammation process, as well as other cellular debris and foreign protein that can accumulate in the blood.

Neprinol AFD important in treatment of Peyronie’s disease because it affects fibrin

Fibrin deposition in Peyronie’s disease plaque

Immediately after injury occurs in the body, a protein called fibrin is deposited at the site of injury to act as a meshwork to trap and collect important blood cells and helpful components that create a clot that stops bleeding and promotes healing and repair of the recent injury.  This is normal.  After a period of time this mass of fibrin with it cellular collection changes so that the fibrin is removed and another protein called collagen fills in the spaces and changes the area of repair so that it resembles a fresh scar.  This is normal.  However, in Peyronie’s disease two abnormal things occur, for reasons that are not understood:  the fibrin does not leave the clot, and an excessive amount of collagen forms in the young scar so that it takes on a different name, a Peyronie’s plaque.  The way this fibrin and collagen collect and remain at the site of injury is consistent with repetitive injury to the small blood vessels of the penis.

The benefit of Neprinol AFD to Peyronies treatment is that it can break down and assist the removal of the fibrin that remains in the Peyronie’s plaque or scar.

Neprinol 300 most popular systemic enzyme sold by PDI

The ability to break down fibrin with enzymes, and to do it as economically as possible because it is a larger size bottle, is the reason some people call it Neprinol 300.  The high potency of two key enzyme ingredients, nattokinase and serrapeptase, address the concern about aggressively placing a systemic enzyme product as the foundation of treatment. Start by taking only four Neprinol 300 capsules daily, then slowly increase dosage while monitoring the size, shape, density and surface features of each Peyronie’s scar.  This is a great way to use this Alternative Medicine therapy for treatment of Peyronie’s disease. Neprinol 300 is recommended for both clinical use and therapeutic applications.

No difference between Neprinol 300 and Neprinol AFD

Whether you choose to call it Neprinol 300 or Neprinol AFD, these two terms are simply different names for the same potent enzyme therapy supplement that most people simply call Neprinol.

Neprinol continues to be by far the commonly used Peyronie’s disease therapy product.  Many times I have seen men who are following a particular plan that does not include Neprinol, and they experience slow or totally stalled results.  After adding Neprinol to that same plan it is common to learn that their recovery greatly improved from that point forward.

The name Neprinol 300 refers to the fact that Neprinol is bottled in either a 300 or 90 count bottle, for your benefit.  With the larger Neprinol 300 size bottle it is possible to take advantage of the reduced price of a greater supply and to purchase it fewer times; this is especially helpful for those who use Neprinol for chronic health problems that require prolonged treatment.  With the smaller Neprinol 90 count bottle it is possible to keep a smaller amount on hand for relief from occasional and mild overwork injuries or to simply get acquainted with the Neprinol product by taking a small amount of it.  By far, Neprinol 300 is a much more popular product.

The name Neprinol AFD refers to the primary purpose of Neprinol, as an Advanced Fibrin Defense therapy product.  Neprinol AFD is a name that tells the story that reduction and elimination of fibrin from the blood stream and tissue is what this product is all about.

Neprinol is safe

In over 10 years of use through the Peyronie’s Disease Institute there has been no report of any serious complication or adverse side effect associated with taking any systemic enzyme product like Neprinol, when it is taken in the way that we suggest.  Worldwide experience during this time has revealed, as well as clinical studies have demonstrated, that taking extremely large doses of this product does not result in a toxicity reaction.  Anyone taking a prescription for blood-thinning medication should consult with his treating physician prior to taking Neprinol.

Neprinol for Peyronie’s treatment

As good as Neprinol is when used to reduce Peyronie’s plaque material, it is almost always necessary to use several other in addition to the Neprinol to support and sustain the desired tissue changes.  Neprinol is best taken as part of an already good therapy plan, often used as a substitute for low dose nattokinase and serrapeptase supplements, although some men use all three products with very good results.

Neprinol AFD contains primarily serrapeptase, nattokinase, bromelain, and co-enzyme Q, plus a few other lesser ingredients. Other products also contain serrapeptase and nattokinase, individually, but few put these two in combination and none in the concentration of Neprinol AFD.  It is a more potent form of nattokinase and serrapeptase than if you would buy each in individual bottles, and the Neprinol 300 bottle itself is three times larger than most others that contain 100, to say nothing of smaller bottles with 60 or even 30 capsules.

However, in regard the idea of successful PD treatment is to not focus on any one particular therapy, even if it is a great one like Neprinol because the goal is to attempt to create a synergistic effect with several therapies taken at once for maximum therapeutic effect.  For this reason the Peyronie’s Disease Institute has always maintained that even if someone believes Neprinol (or any other) is a key PD treatment it should not be taken alone but combined for greatest therapeutic benefit.

No one knows how any one will respond to any or all of the 13 Alternative Medicine therapies found on the PDI website.  Some men report some positive results with just one therapy, but more men report better results when they take multiple therapies.  That is what the whole therapy concept of synergy is all about:  the more you do, the larger your plan, the greater the likelihood of promoting a favorable metabolic change to support and encourage scar reduction.  The PDI idea is not to “treat the scar” as a medical doctor would do, but to “treat the man who has the scar” so that his body can heal what is wrong with it.  This is a major concept shift for most medically indoctrinated people.  For this reason, as good a single therapy as Neprinol is, it is not recommended that anyone who is interested in earning good results in treatment of his PD scar should use just Neprinol – or just any one product – but several to create synergy.

Peyronies disease is a tough and terrible thing to happen to a man.  It takes dedication and persistence to overcome it.  Call it Neprinol 300 or Neprinol AFD, but definitely use it in a well diversified plan to break down the fibrin network of your Peyronie’s plaque material.  Success over this problem is never an easy victory, but always worthwhile.

 

Which Aneros prostate massage model should I use for BPH and an enlarged prostate?

Aneros purchase guide for Prostate Massage

Deciding which Aneros model to choose for natural enlarged prostate treatment is easier when you remember that they are all designed to do the same two things – prostatic massage and orgasm pleasure enhancement – but one model may be more effective than another because of overall body size, prostate size and shape, strength of PD muscles and ability to control contractions, pelvic contours, ability to relax during Aneros use, etc.

All five Aneros prostate massager devices rely upon a patented, hands-free design that uses the contraction of the anal muscles to control the prostate massage in a controlled, safe and pleasant action.  While each model has the same general design idea, close inspection shows each has its own unique shape and size that determines how it performs.  Some are slightly larger, and some have more subtle curves here and there.

Click here to purchase an Aneros prostatic massager – scroll down to the bottom of the page for the Aneros devices

It is important to understand that each Aneros unit – Helix, MGX, SGX, Maximus and Eupho – works the way it does because of its overall design, not just because of one characteristic.  Size is not the most important characteristic of any one unit (bigger is not necessarily better), nor is shape.   Each model will be described and general comments will be offered about the performance quality of each.  With this information you can develop an idea which mode will work well for you.

It can be safely said that most men can use most Aneros prostrate massagers; one or two might feel more comfortable than one or two others, but most models could be used with no problem.  There are no strict rules that dictate which model would suit a man better than another.  The idea that there is a “best” model of Aneros is not generally true.  The idea that there is a model you prefer more than others – your “favorite” – because its subtle difference fits your body better than others is closer to the truth of it.

To massage the prostate well, improve pelvic muscle tone

The Aneros will work better as a prostate massager if the lower pelvic PC muscles are strong and can be controlled well to push the device against the prostate. If you feel nothing happening when you have your prostate massager in place, it will be because your pelvic muscles are not strong enough; with continued use you will begin to feel a pleasant and sexual feeling during use that will tell you that you are getting stronger. The more you use the Aneros, regardless of which model you select, the better the prostate massage and sexual stimulation will be.  Continued use and practice pays off over time, as you learn how your body reacts to the Aneros depending on body posture while using it, comfort level and your mindset.

Read about each model before making a decision.

Aneros MGX – for beginner and all men       Aneros MGX

The Aneros MGX is a medically researched and designed to slide and rock over the surface of the prostate gland as the anal sphincter muscles slowly contract and relax.  The MGX is well balanced with a ribbed stem for prostate stimulation and stability

It is designed to stimulate both the prostate and the perineum in a rhythmic motion that moves lymphatic fluid out of the prostate as well as increase blood flow in this region, thus assisting the natural healing ability of the body, as well as creates male orgasms.  It has a standard ample perineum tab to provide an external prostate massage through the perineum.

A good choice for the novice and a favorite of the advanced user, with continued use and improved muscle action it provides a progressively great prostate massage for benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH).

•  For beginning and experienced users
•  Ribbed stem
•  Standard perineum tab
•  Polished to hold lubricant for better movement
•  Sue Johanson’s Top 10 Toys of 2003
•  One of Playgirl Magazine sex columnist’s two favorite toys for men.

All Aneros models are made in the USA from FDA approved materials.

Aneros SGX for beginner and all men, especially those men shorter than 5’6”    Aneros SGX

The SGX is the smallest Aneros model, originally developed for the Asian market and geared toward men 5’6” and shorter.  The insertion length of the SGX measures approximately 1/2 inch shorter ( a total of 3½ inches) than the MGX.  So do not be fooled to think that there is a huge sixe difference in these units.  Even so, its smaller size makes for easier insertion and use, and progressively rewarding symptom relief and improved sexual experiences.

However, this smaller unit might be a good starter model for those men who want to be conservative due to apprehensive about prostate stimulation.

Do not be confused about size of the different Aneros units.  Many times it happens that a short and smallish man prefers a larger Aneros device and a tall and large man prefers a smaller Aneros unit like the SGX; all size men can use all size Aneros massagers.  Ability to relax the anal muscles probably has more to do with the size of the device that a man will prefer to use.

The Aneros SGX is for men of all experience levels.   Men who receive good results from the SGX sometimes try a slightly larger model to see if their positive results might not increase.

The Aneros SGX, like its cousin the MGX, has a balanced head and ribbed stem with a thick, standard perineum tab.
• Great for prostate health, especially BPH (benign prostate hypertrophy or hyperplasia)
• For beginning users
• Smaller cousin of the MGX
• Ribbed stem for stability
• Standard perineum tab


Aneros Helix – for beginner and all men; tends to be the most effective model for prostate massage for most men        
Aneros Helix

The best-selling Aneros Helix is part of the Next-Generation line (includes the Maximus and Eupho models.)  The Helix is aggressively shaped and angled, providing immediate pressure and tension on the prostate and surrounding area. It has a large, bulbous head and thin-angled stem for greater pivoting action. The tip of the head is also flatter, offering the most direct contact on the prostate, resulting in a more “aggressive” or vigorous prostate massage.

The Helix was designed based on research studies and user feedback surveys, and earned several additional design patents.  In terms of dimensions, the Helix is larger at the tip (1 1/16″ versus 7/8 ” on the MGX) and is more angled to provide a more vigorous massage. However, the mid-ridge is slightly smaller (1/16″ smaller) on the Helix.  The redesigned P-Tab provides a more focused external prostate stimulation when massaging the perineum.

• For adventurous beginners and advanced users
• Next generation model
• Larger bulbous head with flat, wide head for more contact with prostate
• Strong angled stem for greater pivoting ability
• Dime perineum tab

Click here to purchase an Aneros prostatic massager – scroll down to the bottom of the page for the Aneros devices

Aneros Maximus – for Intermediate to advanced users       Aneros Maximus

The Aneros Maximus is definitely true to its name.  It has a larger contact head, larger stem, and thick, standard perineum tab.  It is recommended for the advanced Aneros user and for men experienced with anal play, and is popular in the gay community.   The Maximus is similar in shape to the MGX and SGX, but expanded throughout.

The Maximus is part of Next-Generation line which includes the Helix and Eupho.  Its size makes it more difficult to insert and moves less than the other models.  Experienced Aneros users will have higher developed PC muscles, which makes it easier for the Maximus to move.  It provides greater pressure throughout the rectum and this makes it slightly more difficult to insert due to its size.  The Maximus has been reported to be a great performer during traditional intercourse.  Therefore we recommend the Maximus for men who are experienced with anal and prostate stimulation.

• Next-Generation Model
• Largest Next-Generation model
• Extra girth provides more anal canal stimulation
• Requires stronger PC sphincter muscles
• Great for prostate health

Aneros Eupho – for Advanced users        Aneros Eupho

The delicately shaped Aneros Eupho is the most advanced model, at least based on the most number of patents it holds. It is recommended only for advanced Aneros users. It is proportionally the longest and slimmest model. It has a dime-style perineum tab and extremely thin head. These design features allow for the greatest movement of all Anderos models.  Therefore, the Eupho user must have highly developed PC muscles to control its movement. The thin head will “skip and dance” around the prostate during use, creating subtler sensations than other models.

This model of Aneros stimulator was not designed as much for prostate massage benefits, but for intense sexual stimulation.

Due to its advanced design, the Aneros Eupho is best reserved for experienced users who have developed their technique through experience and exercise with other models.

• Next-Generation Model
• Most delicate, agile and advanced model
• Thin stem requires strong PC sphincter muscles
• Dime perineum tab
• Polished to hold lubricant for better movement

Aneros Progasm – for Intermediate to Advanced users

The Aneros Progasm is the newest and largest member of the Aneros family.  It was created due to  popular demand for an even larger model than the Maximus. The result is a large model that can move easily because it is still agile due to design features.  It has a newly designed round perineum tab and also boasts a Kundalini “K-Tab.” The “K-Tab” adds sensations up and down your back that are complementary to the sensations from the prostate.

Mobility of each Aneros model is achieved through PC muscle contraction and relaxation is the key to success for prostate massage and sexual stimulus.  Despite that it is the largest of the Aneros units, the Progasm moves inside the man’s body to provide a robust prostate massage for incredible pleasure.

• For advanced and experienced users
• Largest Aneros model, but is very mobile
• Round perineum tab design
• Kundalini “K-Tab” provides additional sensations

Aneros purchase guide for Prostate Massage

Prostate milking for BPH, enlarged prostate and prostatitis

Deciding which Aneros model to choose is easier when you remember that they are all designed to do the same two things – prostatic massage and orgasm pleasure enhancement – but one model may be more effective than another because of overall body size, prostate size and shape, strength of PD muscles and ability to control contractions, pelvic contours, ability to relax during Aneros use, etc.   In this way the Aneros provides a wonderfully therapeutic prostate milking massage that greatly helps recovery from BPH and chronic prostatitis, as well as reduction of prostate symptoms  in men over 40.

All five Aneros prostate massager devices rely upon a patented, hands-free design that uses the contraction of the anal muscles to control the prostate massage in a controlled, safe and pleasant action.  While each model has the same general design idea, close inspection shows each has its own unique shape and size that determines how it performs.  Some are slightly larger, and some have more subtle curves here and there.

Click here to purchase an Aneros prostatic massager – scroll down to the bottom of the page for the Aneros devices.

It is important to understand that each Aneros unit – Helix, MGX, SGX, Maximus and Eupho – works the way it does because of its overall design, not just because of one characteristic.  Size is not the most important characteristic of any one unit (bigger is not necessarily better), nor is shape.   Each model will be described and general comments will be offered about the performance quality of each.  With this information you can develop an idea which mode will work well for you.

It can be safely said that most men can use most Aneros prostate massagers; one or two might feel more comfortable than one or two others, but most models could be used with no problem.  There are no strict rules that dictate which model would suit a man better than another.  The idea that there is a “best” model of Aneros is not generally true.  The idea that there is a model you prefer more than others – your “favorite” – because its subtle difference fits your body better than others is closer to the truth of it.

To massage the prostate well, improve pelvic muscle tone

The Aneros will work better as a prostate massager if the lower pelvic PC muscles are strong and can be controlled well to push the device against the prostate. If you feel nothing happening when you have your prostate massager in place, it will be because your pelvic muscles are not strong enough; with continued use you will begin to feel a pleasant and sexual feeling during use that will tell you that you are getting stronger. The more you use the Aneros, regardless of which model you select, the better the prostate massage and sexual stimulation will be.  Continued use and practice pays off over time, as you learn how your body reacts to the Aneros depending on body posture while using it, comfort level and your mindset.

Read about each model before making a decision.

Aneros MGX – for beginner and all men       Aneros MGX

The Aneros MGX is a medically researched and designed to slide and rock over the surface of the prostate gland as the anal sphincter muscles slowly contract and relax.  The MGX is well balanced with a ribbed stem for prostate stimulation and stability

It is designed to stimulate both the prostate and the perineum in a rhythmic motion that moves lymphatic fluid out of the prostate as well as increase blood flow in this region, thus assisting the natural healing ability of the body, as well as creates male orgasms.  It has a standard ample perineum tab to provide an external prostate massage through the perineum.

A good choice for the novice and a favorite of the advanced user, with continued use and improved muscle action it provides a progressively great prostate massage.
•  For beginning and experienced users
•  Ribbed stem
•  Standard perineum tab
•  Polished to hold lubricant for better movement
•  Sue Johanson's Top 10 Toys of 2003
•  One of Playgirl Magazine sex columnist's two favorite toys for men.

All Aneros models are made in the USA from FDA approved materials.

Aneros SGX for beginner and all men, especially those men shorter than 5’6”    Aneros SGX

The SGX is the smallest Aneros model, originally developed for the Asian market and geared toward men 5’6” and shorter.  The insertion length of the SGX measures approximately 1/2 inch shorter ( a total of 3½ inches) than the MGX.  So do not be fooled to think that there is a huge sixe difference in these units.  Even so, its smaller size makes for easier insertion and use, and progressively rewarding symptom relief and improved sexual experiences.

However, this smaller unit might be a good starter model for those men who want to be conservative due to apprehensive about prostate stimulation.

Do not be confused about size of the different Aneros units.  Many times it happens that a short and smallish man prefers a larger Aneros device and a tall and large man prefers a smaller Aneros unit like the SGX; all size men can use all size Aneros massagers.  Ability to relax the anal muscles probably has more to do with the size of the device that a man will prefer to use.

The Aneros SGX is for men of all experience levels.   Men who receive good results from the SGX sometimes try a slightly larger model to see if their positive results might not increase.

The Aneros SGX, like its cousin the MGX, has a balanced head and ribbed stem with a thick, standard perineum tab.

• Great for prostate health, especially BPH
• For beginning users
• Smaller cousin of the MGX
• Ribbed stem for stability
• Standard perineum tab

Aneros Helix – for beginner and all men; tends to be the most effective model for prostate massage for most men        Aneros Helix

The best-selling Aneros Helix is part of the Next-Generation line (includes the Maximus and Eupho models.)  The Helix is aggressively shaped and angled, providing immediate pressure and tension on the prostate and surrounding area. It has a large, bulbous head and thin-angled stem for greater pivoting action. The tip of the head is also flatter, offering the most direct contact on the prostate, resulting in a more "aggressive" or vigorous prostate massage.

The Helix was designed based on research studies and user feedback surveys, and earned several additional design patents.  In terms of dimensions, the Helix is larger at the tip (1 1/16" versus 7/8 " on the MGX) and is more angled to provide a more vigorous massage. However, the mid-ridge is slightly smaller (1/16" smaller) on the Helix.  The redesigned P-Tab provides a more focused external prostate stimulation when massaging the perineum.

• For adventurous beginners and advanced users
• Next generation model
• Larger bulbous head with flat, wide head for more contact with prostate
• Strong angled stem for greater pivoting ability
• Dime perineum tab

Click here to purchase an Aneros prostatic massager – scroll down to the bottom of the page for the Aneros devices


Aneros Maximus – for Intermediate to advanced users       
Aneros Maximus

The Aneros Maximus is definitely true to its name.  It has a larger contact head, larger stem, and thick, standard perineum tab.  It is recommended for the advanced Aneros user and for men experienced with anal play, and is popular in the gay community.   The Maximus is similar in shape to the MGX and SGX, but expanded throughout.

The Maximus is part of Next-Generation line which includes the Helix and Eupho.  Its size makes it more difficult to insert and moves less than the other models.  Experienced Aneros users will have higher developed PC muscles, which makes it easier for the Maximus to move.  It provides greater pressure throughout the rectum and this makes it slightly more difficult to insert due to its size.  The Maximus has been reported to be a great performer during traditional intercourse.  Therefore we recommend the Maximus for men who are experienced with anal and prostate stimulation.

• Next-Generation Model
• Largest Next-Generation model
• Extra girth provides more anal canal stimulation
• Requires stronger PC sphincter muscles
• Great for prostate health

Aneros Eupho – for Advanced users       
Aneros Eupho

The delicately shaped Aneros Eupho is the most advanced model, at least based on the most number of patents it holds. It is recommended only for advanced Aneros users. It is proportionally the longest and slimmest model. It has a dime-style perineum tab and extremely thin head. These design features allow for the greatest movement of all Anderos models.  Therefore, the Eupho user must have highly developed PC muscles to control its movement. The thin head will “skip and dance” around the prostate during use, creating subtler sensations than other models.

This model of Aneros stimulator was not designed as much for prostate massage benefits, but for intense sexual stimulation.

Due to its advanced design, the Aneros Eupho is best reserved for experienced users who have developed their technique through experience and exercise with other models.

• Next-Generation Model
• Most delicate, agile and advanced model
• Thin stem requires strong PC sphincter muscles
• Dime perineum tab
• Polished to hold lubricant for better movement

Aneros Progasm – for Intermediate to Advanced users

The Aneros Progasm is the newest and largest member of the Aneros family.  It was created due to  popular demand for an even larger model than the Maximus. The result is a large model that can move easily because it is still agile due to design features.  It has a newly designed round perineum tab and also boasts a Kundalini "K-Tab." The "K-Tab" adds sensations up and down your back that are complementary to the sensations from the prostate.

Mobility of each Aneros model is achieved through PC muscle contraction and relaxation is the key to success for prostate massage and sexual stimulus.  Despite that it is the largest of the Aneros units, the Progasm moves inside the man's body to provide a robust prostate massage for incredible pleasure.

• For advanced and experienced users
• Largest Aneros model, but is very mobile
• Round perineum tab design
• Kundalini "K-Tab" provides additional sensations

Peyronie’s disease and pain in the penis

Penis injury during sex common cause of Peyronie’s disease 

Nothing will get a man’s attention more than when his penis hurts.

There are typically two ways in which a painful penis can develop:  after direct penis injury, or as a result of some type of medical health problem or sickness affecting the urinary system.  When the penis hurts because of suspected disease of the prostate gland, bladder or urethra there are few clear cut answers to penis pain with the exact location, duration, and quality of penis pain different from case to case, without good explanation.   You will notice that some men with prostatitis have pain at the base of the penis, while other men with the same diagnosis have pain at the tip of the penis, and other men no penis pain at all.  Men who have a painful penis are often surprised that their condition is never given a definite diagnosis to explain its cause.

This discussion will focus primarily on a particular type of painful traumatic event peculiar to Peyronie’s disease that can either cause or worsen an existing penile problem, as with an injury during intercourse.

Peyronie’s treatment

Regardless of how Peyronie’s disease starts, surgery and drugs are not always needed to reduce the pain and penile distortion it causes. Since 2002 the Peyronie’s Disease Institute has worked with people from around the world to use natural Alternative Medicine methods to help their body reverse the Peyronie’s scar naturally. While surgery is always an option, most people prefer to first use non-surgical treatment to possibly avoid the inherent risks of surgery.

Learn more about Peyronie’s disease treatment with Alternative Medicine. Another good source of information is the Peyronie’s Disease Handbook.

Medical conditions that can cause penis pain

It is important to know that several common disease conditions not related to penile injury can also cause dull and sharp pain in the penis and should not be ignored, especially if you have other unexplained symptoms related to the pelvis or urinary system:

  • Peyronie's disease
  • Bladder stone
  • Cancer of the penis
  • Inflammation of the prostate gland (prostatitis)
  • Reiter syndrome
  • Sickle cell anemia
  • Erection that does not go away (priapism) after 4 hours – medical emergency
  • Genital herpes
  • Syphilis
  • Urethra inflammation caused by chlamydia or gonorrhea
  • Infected or defective penile prosthesis
  • Infection under the foreskin of uncircumcised men (balanitis)
  • Pimples or insect bites on the head or shaft of the penis

Because any of these conditions can cause a deeply hurt penis, it is always best to rule out disease of the urinary system by going to your family doctor for a complete examination with any type of pains in the penis.  If you do not have a medical health problem, then a painful penis is usually explained by past trauma to the genitals or pelvis.  Even minor trauma can at times cause significant penile injury with varying degrees of pain and other symptoms.  One of the reasons that traumatic penis damage is often not suspected as the cause of genital pain is that there is sometimes a delayed response between the time of injury and when the penis pain begins.  It is rather common for a man to discover that a penis injury during sex that started his Peyronies disease might not cause discomfort until several weeks or months afterward.  Probably the single-most common way for PD to start is from a forcefully bent penis during sex.

Penile fracture or broken penis syndrome – Common way to hurt penis during sex

Even though there are no bones in the penis, penile fracture and broken penis syndrome are legitimate medical terms.  Both refer to a sudden and forceful bending injury of the erect penis, resulting in torn or ruptured internal tissue.  Many times a penile fracture will occur as a result of injury during sex activity when an erection is suddenly and forcefully impacted at the tip of the penis, almost like being punched in the nose.  When the force is sudden and unexpected the vulnerable shaft can painfully sustain a sharp bend, “breaking” the inner layer of penile tissue called the tunica albuginea membrane, as well as other tissues.  The forceful impact that causes a penile fracture most commonly happens during heightened sexual activity with the female partner in the superior position; other sexual positions allow for this to happen but this is the classic situation that results in a penile fracture.  Within just a second of time she will pull back too far, lose contact with the male, and then continue back down on top of the erection impacting the penis head with her pubic, inguinal or inner thigh area.  The initial immediate pain can be very mild or severe, depending on many variables, yet sufficient to tear the tunica when it is stretched tight during an erection.

The tunica albuginea surrounds the two corpora cavernosa chambers, specialized elongated masses of spongy tissue of the penis that fill with blood to create an erection.  In a penile fracture, because the torn tunica albuginea can no longer trap blood inside the penile chambers, blood that is normally confined within the penile chambers can freely leak out to surrounding tissue often resulting significant bruising and swelling, in addition to varying degrees of pain in the penis.

About half of men who undergo penis injury similar to the above, or even compression injury during a work-, sports- or auto-related accidents, will self-heal and repair the problem with the tunica albuginea without developing Peyronie’s disease.   The other half of cases will not heal, and it will slowly and gradually worsen as Peyronie’s disease develops over time.

Pain in tip of penis

Men with Peyronie’s disease sometimes have pain in the tip of the penis, although this is somewhat unusual because the pain of PD is usually located along the shaft or even base of the penis.  Although pain in the penile tip could be related to Peyronies, it is more likely due to reflex from the prostate gland; prostatitis often will refer pain to the tip of the penis.  As a point of differentiation, prostatitis will often increase urinary frequency, reduce the force and volume of urine, burning in the penile tip unrelated to voiding, reduced erectile ability, blood in the urine and semen, and aching pain is possible in the penis, testicles, rectum, perineum, groin and lower abdomen and low back.  Prostatitis can be precipitated by too frequent or too infrequent ejaculation, sexual arousal without ejaculation, withdrawal at the time of ejaculation, aggressive bike or horseback riding, excessive spicy foods, alcohol, and caffeine, as well as prolonged sitting especially in an automobile.

A similar complaint is burning at the tip of the penis.  When this occurs it suggests the possibility of an STD (sexually transmitted disease) or an infection of the urinary tract.   Generally, an STD is associated with a change of sexual partners, and can be variable from few a few subtle symptoms to marked genital pain during intercourse, discharge, itching and pain burning pain in the penis tip during urination.  STDs are serious problems that demand prompt and aggressive medical diagnosis and care.   A common urinary infection is suspected if you feel the need for frequent urination or notice that you need to urinate again within a few minutes.

Pain at base of penis

Pain at the base of the penis is perhaps most often explained as originating from a chronic bacterial infection of the prostate (chronic bacterial prostatitis).  This problem often comes and goes over time without apparent reason.   During a flare-up the penis pain can be dull or sharp, and extend to the testicles and anus as well as the pubic bone in front or the low back.  Bowel movements may be painful at this time.  It is also common to note frequent urgency of urination, pain when urinating or during ejaculation. While these symptoms are similar to an acute bacterial prostatitis, men who have a flare-up of chronic bacterial prostatitis tend to be less run down, feverish and ill-feeling than with acute prostatitis.

Spontaneous Remission and Natural Cure for Peyronie’s Disease

Helping nature to remove the Peyronie’s plaque 

Peyronie’s disease is filled with unknowns and controversy. There is even controversy about how often this problem simply goes away on its own. Some say it never goes away; that once you have Peyronies you have it for life. And there are those who say it goes away half of the time, and those who say it rarely goes away on its own.       
 
The term “goes away on its own” is another way of saying “self-healed” or “spontaneous cure” or “the body healed itself without outside assistance” or a spontaneous remission of Peyronie's disease. This is not an example of playing with words. In my world of working to help men reverse their Peyronie’s disease by improving their ability to heal or correct this problem, there is no difference in what these terms mean. It is important – even critical – to realize that when the body is able to rid itself of a disease process or abnormality it is an instance of true healing or a self-cure. Hence, it cannot be said that there is no cure for Peyronie’s disease. The body is able to cure Peyronie’s disease; it happens either rarely, or up to 20-50% of the cases, depending upon whom you choose to believe – but it does happen.
 
This is an extremely important point to consider in regard to using Alternative Medicine to treat Peyronie’s disease. When you use the different internal and external therapies to rid yourself of the Peyronie’s scar all you are attempting to do is to increase your body’s ability heal or cure itself of PD.         
 
Most of us would be in agreement that the body can and does rid itself – by a process in which the immune system heals, or “cures itself” – of Peyronie’s disease. How often this happens might be of some disagreement, but I think it is fair to say that most people know the body is able to cure or heal the Peyronies problem in some cases. This is an important point to keep in mind when you read or hear that there is no cure for Peyronie’s disease.
 
When the medical doctor says there is no cure for Peyronie’s disease what he really means is that there is no drug that he can prescribe that is a Peyronie’s cure. We have established that the body can and does heal the Peyronie’s plaque in an undetermined number of cases. With the Peyronie’s Disease Institute therapy program we are attempting to increase that natural healing ability.   
 

Is cancer more difficult to treat than Peyronie’s disease?

A spontaneous healing, also called spontaneous remission or spontaneous regression, is the unexpected cure or improvement of a disease which previously appeared to be stable or worsening. These terms are typically used to explain unexpected improvement of a cancer. The spontaneous regression and remission from cancer was defined by Everson and Cole in their 1966 book, Spontaneous Regression of Cancer, this way: "The partial or complete disappearance of a malignant tumour in the absence of all treatment, or in the presence of therapy which is considered inadequate to exert significant influence on neoplastic disease."

 

Because most of our medical information is presented through medical sources, it has long been suggested spontaneous regressions, let alone cures, from cancer are rare. Frequency of spontaneous healing was estimated to occur approximately at the rate of 1 in 100,000 cancers. Everson and Cole report that at least for small tumors, the frequency of spontaneous regression had been was drastically underrated and underreported. In their carefully designed mammography study they found that 22% of all breast cancer cases underwent spontaneous regression. They explain spontaneous regression from cancer: "In many of the collected cases … it must be acknowledged that the factors or mechanisms responsible for spontaneous regression are obscure or unknown in the light of present knowledge. However, in some of the cases, available knowledge permits one to infer that hormonal influences probably were important. … In other cases, the protocols strongly suggest that an immune mechanism was responsible".

When you read that in 20-50% of the cases the Peyronie’s disease goes away on its own, these are the instances in which the body was able to heal itself of the excess Peyronie’s scar. This issue of spontaneous resolution and tendency for improvement of Peyronie’s disease has been commonly cited. 1-4 If the body can cure cancer on occasion, why not Peyronie’s disease if you are doing many things at once to encourage this to happen?
 
All of this should give you some encouragement that the Peyronie’s Disease Institute therapy program is following a logical and reasonable course of action to help the body remove this problem, as the body was designed to do.
 

Change Peyronies Treatment Dosage

How to change Peyronie’s treatment

Starting Peyronies treatment dosage can be easy if you start by taking therapy products at the manufacturer’s suggested rate – perhaps for the first 14-21 days.  If this dosage causes a change in the size, shape, density and surface qualities of your scar(s), then that simple and small dosage is adequate to provide you with the help you need to eliminate your Peyronie’s disease scar formation.  

This is a list of all therapy products available through Peyronie’s Disease Institute and Natural Health Education LLC with the manufacturers’ suggested dosage:

1.   Vitamin E Factor 400/400 (60) – 1 or 2/day – with food
2.  
Maxi-Gamma E (60) – 1/day – with food
3.  
Unique E (180) – 1 or 2/day – with food
4.   
Natural C 1 gram (100) or (250) – 1 or 2/day – with food
5.  
Ascorbplex (90) or (180) – 1 or 2/day – with food
6.   
Fundamental Sulfur (100) – 3/day, taken between meals, or if upset occurs, – with meals
7.   
Acetyl-L-carnitine (60) – 1/day – with food
8.   
PABA (100) – 1 or 2 daily – 1/day – with food
9.   
Quercetin Bromelain ((100) – 1-8/day – between meals
10.
Fibrozym (100) or (200) – 2 tablets, three times a day – between meals
11.
Nattokinase 1500 (120) – 2 tablets, two times a day – between meals
12.
Neprinol (90) or (300) – 1-4 capsules with 8 0z of water – between meals
13.
Scar-X  (1 oz) – 10 drops three time a day – between meals
14.
PMD DMSO Gel (4 oz) – 1-3 times a day, depending on skin tolerance
15.
Super CD Serum (1 oz) – applied to skin before PMD DMSO
16.
Unique-E Vitamin E oil (1 oz) – applied to skin before PMD DMSO
17.
HJG and KBG Honso herbs – 1-3/day
18.
Genesen Pointers – used 15 minutes or longer, daily if desired
19.
Massage and Exercise instructions – performed 2-4 times a week
20.Gentle Manual Penis Stretching Method © instructions – used 15 minutes or longer, daily if desired
21. Prosta-Support (120) – 4/day – with meals
22. color: black;”>Omega T – 1 or 2 daily – with meals

Peyronie’s treatment dosage example
Let us say that you decide you will take PABA at a dose of 2/day. After doing this for a reasonable time – maybe 10-14 days – you do not notice any change in your plaque or scar at the 2/day dose. In this case you probably should consider increasing dosage until your scar responds to your therapy.  The usual method is to simply increase the dosage by one capsule or pill to the total every few weeks until you notice change in the size, shape, density or surface features of the scar.  

The process is made more complicated by the fact that you should be taking multiple therapies, but that is necessary to achieve results.

Peyronies dosage determined by scar response

To know exactly how to modify your dosage it is necessary to compare the size, shape, density and surface features of your scar from the onset of treatment. This critical information enables you to recognize positive changes when they occur. If you do not know how to determine and record the size, shape, density and surface features of your scar you will have to refer to chapter 4 of the “Peyronie’s Disease Handbook” to learn about scar measurement.   

All dosage increase is done slowly and carefully over a period of time to allow the body the opportunity to respond to a favorable change in therapy. If the dosage is changed too rapidly or too often it will not be possible to determine what factor caused a favorable response.  If you develop any unusual symptoms or change in body behavior or appearance while increasing dosage, simply stop taking the product for 48 hours after that problem/symptom disappears. Restart after 48 hours or when the new symptoms clear up, using the next lower dose.  From this point forward, once again begin the process of increasing dosage to promote favorable scar change. After reaching a higher dose at which changes are noted in the scar, remain at that dosage level for a few weeks.  Your correct dose is discovered by accompanying improvement in scar size, shape, density or surface quality.

Discuss your PD therapy plan with your family doctor or urologist so he/she is fully aware of what natural Peyronie’s treatment you are following.  You should consider this discussion about dosage strategy after getting final approval from your doctor. 
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Why Is My Penis Curved?

How to straighten a penis

What a terrible shock to realize, “My penis is curved.” 

But then you must ask, “How did that happen, and what is going on down there?  And the most important question to Google, “How to straighten my penis?”

Of several causes of a curved penis, the most common and difficult to deal with is Peyronie’s disease.  

Peyronie’s disease is a condition that occurs in about 6-10% of men over the age of 40 (although it can affect teenagers and men in their early 20s) in which a dense and thick mass of fibrous tissue, called a Peyronie’s plaque or scar, is found within the tunica albuginea layer of the penis.  The presence of this fibrous nodule or band  under the skin of the penis prevents the normal expansion of the chambers of the penis during an erection.  This causes the erection to be curved, bent, hinged, or to take on an hourglass or bottleneck distortion.

Please visit Peyronie’s symptoms to view the Peyronie’s pictures of curved penis to determine if you might have this condition.  It is always advisable to have a complete examination by a physician to make an accurate diagnosis of Peyronie’s disease.  Do not think you can self-diagnose this problem.

The problem of Peyronie’s disease is not that you have a curved penis; the penile curvature is just the outward appearance of the actual problem that is found below the skin surface.  The real problem is the Peyronie’s plaque found deeper in the tunica albuginea causing incomplete filling of the penile chambers.  For this reason any treatment that is only directed to making the penis straight, without removing the PD plaque, will not be successful.

If a man knows he has Peyronie’s disease he should also know the problem is that his body produced excessive scar tissue or plaque in response to a small injury or inflammation of the deep penile tissue layer.  While the Peyronie’s Disease Institute does not take a position against Peyronie’s surgery, we feel too many men resort to penis surgery far too soon before trying conservative treatment.   Our objection to Peyronie’s surgery is that when a surgeon cuts that same tissue that has the plaque material in it puts stitches into it, what prevents additional scar formation from occurring?  The very real chance that more scar tissue will result is the reason many urologists and surgeons take a position against all Peyronie’s surgery.

Peyronie’s Disease Institute has educated men since 2002 about the use of Alternative Medicine to assist the body to heal the Peyronie’s plaque.  Fifty percent of men naturally recover from Peyronie’s disease without any help or outside intervention.  Our approach is to assist each man to increase his chance to heal naturally like those in that lucky 50% group. So if you are one who has said in shock, “Why is my penis curved,” and “How to straighten your penis,”  now you know. 

Learn more about Peyronie’s disease treatment with Alternative Medicine. A good source of information is the Peyronie’s Disease Handbook.  

Pentoxifylline, Niacin and Peyronie’s Disease

Pentoxifylline is not an approved Peyronie’s disease drug

There are several things I find interesting in a question and answer about Peyronie’s disease and Pentoxifylline (Pentox) I discovered online recently.  It appears on the Peyronie’s forum of a medical doctor who is well known as a Peyronie’s disease expert.  I will not use the doctor’s name since it does not serve a useful purpose to mention his name.

Here is the question, followed by the doctor’s answer:

Question:  Can Pentoxifylline help with increasing blood flow when a man has PD?  Also is Niacin also an alternative that might achieve any results?

Answer:   Pentoxifylline has been shown in animal studies to potentially reduce the development of the Peyronie’s scar when the animals consumed the Pentox in their drinking water from the time that the Peyronie’s process is triggered.  Pentoxifylline is indicated to enhance blood flow to the lower extremities in patients with peripheral vascular disease likely because it has a mild non-specific vasodilating effect.  Therefore, it is possible that it can increase blood flow in the man with PD.  As to whether this will improve erections or has anything to do with preventing progression of already established PD is unknown.  Niacin, to my knowledge, has not been studied as a treatment for Peyronie’s disease.

Pentox preferred simply because it is a drug

Point # 1.  The doctor responds that the use of Pentoxifylline is used to treat Peyronie’s disease because it has the ability to enhance blood flow to the lower extremities in patients with peripheral vascular disease likely because of its mild non-specific vasodilating effect.

My response:  Here the doctor is saying that Pentoxifylline is used in Peyronie’s disease because it improves blood flow in people who have peripheral vascular disease.  Anyone who has studied this subject knows that Peyronie’s disease is not a vascular or blood vessel disease, so it is difficult to understand from this answer the connection between the two conditions. This reason he gives for using Pentox for treatment of PD is not supported by what we know about this condition.

Point #2.  The doctor states that Pentoxifylline is used in Peyronie’s disease (of the penis) because it improves blood flow in the periphery of the body, meaning arms and legs.

My response:  These are two different areas of the body. This part of the answer suggests that Pentox has not been tested or shown to actually improve the blood flow to the penis, only the upper and lower extremities.  This reason he gives for using Pentoxifylline for treatment of PD is not supported by what we know about this condition.

Point #3.  The doctor attempts to tie his two points together and then carefully speculates that “it is possible that it can increase blood flow in the man with PD.”

My response:  What the doctor is saying is that using Pentox for Peyronies treatment might possibly work since it works for other conditions that are only remotely related. This kind of speculative use of a drug is common, and would not be objectionable except for the fact that Pentoxifylline is known to have side effects that can affect the cardiovascular, immune, digestive, respiratory, visual and nervous systems. That is a risk taken by a patient for use of a drug that might only possibly help an unrelated condition.  I doubt many patients know that they are exposing themselves by taking drugs that are not known to help the condition they have.

Point #4.  The doctor reports that it is unknown if Pentoxifylline will improve erections or has anything to do with preventing progression of an existing case of Peyronie’s disease.

My response:   Saying that it is unknown if Pentox will improve erections suggests that it does not influence blood flow to the penis. Yet, improving penile blood flow is one of the reasons given by this doctor to justify using it for Peyronie’s disease.   Since I have never heard of anyone taking any medication for prevention of Peyronie’s disease, the doctor also says that Pentoxifylline will not alter the progression of a case of PD once it has started.  This sounds to me that it would not help Peyronie’s disease.

Point #5.  The doctor reports that to his knowledge niacin (a member of the B vitamin family) has never been studied as a possible treatment for Peyronie’s disease.

My response:  Niacin is well known to those who take vitamins for the “niacin flush” that it causes.  Niacin causes an increased blood flow throughout the body, experienced as heat, redness and itching that occurs after taking a few hundred milligram dose.

So we have the doctor reporting that Pentox (with side effects) is used to treat Peyronie’s disease because it has a “mild non-specific vasodilating effect,” yet niacin (with no side effects) which also has a mild to moderate non-specific vasodilating effect has never been studied as a Peyronie’s treatment.

I think this is a classic example of the drug industry ignoring potential non-drug therapies simply because they lack profitability.  This is a point to remember when you are told that no nutritional therapy has been shown to help PD.   This is only true because these companies refuse to do the testing to prove they might have merit.

Point #6.   The doctor uses  only one brief  sentence to discuss niacin, and 90% of his reply to discuss a drug that does the same thing as niacin can do and do it without side effects.  In his short sentence about niacin he only says that it has not been studied as a Peyronie’s treatment.  Period.  As a scientist, as a physician interested in advancing the body of thought about Peyronie’s treatment, wouldn’t you think the doctor would be more interested in something like niacin?  Instead, he merely brushes the idea of niacin use for PD aside.  This is so typical of the attitude of organized medicine about treatment of Peyronie’s disease.

Point #7.  The man who asked a reasonable and intelligent question about niacin was not given an actual answer about niacin.    He was only given a reply that promoted the use of a drug that has side effects and not known to be effective against Peyronie’s disease.   And you wonder why men get frustrated with the lack of help and useful information about Peyronies treatment.

Penis Extender Claims and Peyronie’s Disease

Correcting the curved penis of Peyronie’s disease

Many men with Peyronie’s disease are interested in recent advertising promotions claiming that penis extender devices can correct penile curvature. Any man who faces penis surgery because of Peyronies wants to believe this is true. For this reason the penis extender companies are offering hope to these men at a time when they are most vulnerable.
Penis extender is an advertising term used for a mechanical device that was originally designed and intended to increase the length and girth of the penis by applying prolonged traction to the organ. This is supposed to be accomplished by wearing a plastic and metal device on the penis designed to firmly hold onto the head of the penis while using variable length metal rods to apply a traction force away from the body by pushing against the pubic bone of the pelvis. There is no proof that the extender can cause the penis to become larger and remain that way for more than a few weeks; any change these devices make are rather temporary.

In early 2011 there are about 12 companies that manufacture penis extenders, with five of these companies that seem to dominate the market in terms of very aggressive internet marketing. Of the many penis extender devices I have personally evaluated, all are of the same basic design and engineering concept, with only small differences in regard to materials used and design features to hold the head or shaft of the penis while traction forces are applied. The only great difference amongst this group appears to be in the advertising and promotional claims that they dare to make about the effectiveness of their products. Prices range from $250 to $430 for the most common models.

Problems with penis extenders

None of these penis extender companies inform their potential customers in their advertisements that best results are achieved when the device is worn for eight hours a day for six months or longer. That particular information is revealed only in the literature that comes with the penis extenders after the purchase is made.
Also, none of these penis extender companies reveal that these penis extenders weigh on average just a little over a pound. This is why men who have tried to use the penis extender products as instructed report to me that over a short period of time they experienced a rather rapid break down of the tender penile skin (tissue erosion from compression and rubbing that causes blisters, bruises, (and in some cases Peyronie’s disease). For this reason a few of the more careful companies (perhaps those who are already been sued for damages) include in the pe

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nis extender kit special bandages, extra lamb’s wool padding, antibiotic ointments and instructions to follow when – not if – tissue erosion and bleeding develop after using the penis extender.

All penis extender manufacturers claim that in addition to making the penis larger, their products can be used to treat Peyronie’s disease. However, none of these companies explain how this is accomplished. The closest explanation offered by one company is that “The device produces results by forcing tissues of the penis to expand rather than retract.” This is, of course, nonsense since the problem of Peyronie’s disease is not the tissue has retracted. When something retracts it pulls back, withdraws or pulls in. That is not what happens in Peyronie’s disease. The problem of Peyronie’s disease is that excessive collagen material is deposited at the a site of suspected penile injury and develops into a mass of scar-like tissue, which in turn prevents expansion of the penile tissue during erection as well as prevents full closure of the penile veins during erection causing reduced ability to achieve a fully hard erection.
In order to accept the explanation of the penis extender manufacturers you will have to accept the idea that Peyronie’s disease is simply a problem of the penile tissue contracting for some reason they do not explain. They propose that the answer to this problem is to pull on the retracted or contracted tissue, like pulling for a while on a rubber band. This simplistic description and answer to the problem of Peyronie’s disease does not address the well known science surrounding Peyronie’s disease. Anyone who has taken the time to understand his problem will know this does not make sense. This is like saying that if a person is short they can be made taller by using traction that will cause the tissue to “expand rather than retract.”

Penis extender not Peyronie's treatment

The best things about the penis extender devices for Peyronie’s treatment are that they must be easy to sell because:
1. Any man would like to believe that the answer to his Peyronie’s problem will also cause his penis to be bigger.
2. The simple idea that fixing a curved penis is as easy as straightening a bent paper clip must appeal to anyone who is frustrated by the complexity of Peyronies disease.
It should be pointed out that none of the makers of the penis extenders offers a good explanation how this process is supposed to reverse the penile curvature of PD. It is my belief that they have not done so because there is none.
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Broken Penis and Peyronie’s Disease

Penile fracture can lead to Peyronies

The most frequently found explanation of Peyronie’s disease usually refers to it as an exaggerated healing of penile trauma. This injury can be so small as to be unnoticed or so severe as to be considered a broken penis or a penile fracture.

A fractured penis is also known as a broken penis syndrome.  It is a severe and painful form of bending injury that occurs to the erect penis typically during intercourse when a thin tissue membrane of the penis called the tunica albuginea becomes ruptured or torn crosswise, not along the length of the penis.  When a penile fracture occurs it is often accompanied by a popping or cracking sound that can be heard by the sexual partner, and results in immediate flaccidity. Because of the severe pain in the penis, bruising, and swelling, this is considered a medical emergency that often results in surgical repair. When the fractured penis is severe, the urinary tube within the penis that drains urine from the bladder (urethra) can be damaged, leading to blood in the urine.

All couples who use the woman-on-top intercourse position have experienced times when the woman will thrust back and lift off  the penis only to come back down again, forcefully pushing and bending the penis against her pelvic bone , groin or vulva region.  And all men have had the experience of missing the point of penetration at the opening of the vagina during intercourse.  These two are the most common way to cause a penile fracture.

Approximately 1,000 cases of broken penises are reported each year in the U.S.  Men in their 20s and 30s are a higher risk because they are more inclined to engage in vigorous or acrobatic sexual activity that result in a broken penis.   Men in their 50s and 60s are less inclined not only because of reduced frequency and vigor of sexual activity, but because their erections tend to be less rigid.

It is not necessary to stop sexual activity if you have Peyronie’s disease, only that you become more careful and conservative about a few aspects of your sexual repertoire.  Especially for a man who already has a penile problem, it is most wise to avoid additional injury of another fractured penis so that the Peyronie’s sex problem is not made worse.   Peyronie’s Disease Institute suggests the following safety steps to avoid reinjury and possible worsening of an existing case of Peyronies:

  1. The man should not allow himself to be so filled with sexual excitement and abandon that the throws caution to the wind during intercourse.   He must be the calm and sensible one who monitors and evaluates the strength and control of thrusting and selection of sex positions so as to avoid those that put him at risk for additional injury.
  2. The man should be the one who does primary thrusting in intercourse  to reduce the chance of  additional penile trauma.
  3. Use of additional sexual lubrication during  sexual intercourse.  Even if his sexual partner produces adequate natural lubrication, apply additional sexual lubrication to avoid dryness during intercourse that can lead to additional injury while thrusting.

After the broken penis has healed begin a treatment plan using Alternative Medicine measures found on the PDI website.