Peyronie Desease – and Other Misspellings


Peyronies desease by any other name is still a curved penis

 
Peyronie’s disease is sometimes misspelled Peyronie desease. There are actually many ways to misspell this name; from experience peyronie desease and peyronies desease are among the most common.
 
With so much conflicting and controversial information about the actual Peyronie’s disease condition, for some people even the name can be confusing.  Other than dropping the apostrophe to make it Peyronies desease, people will also shorten the name by keeping only the first part and simply call it peyronie or peyronies.
 

Peyronie desease information

It is important to remember that Peyronie’s disease is all about the Peyronie’s plaque which is a mass of fibrous tissue, also called a “scar,” that develops within a deeper layer of tissue below the skin of the penis.  This fibrous material is frequently able to cause a Peyronie’s curved penis and pain in the penis.
 
 
 
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It is common for men when first learning they have Peyronies desease to think it is or could become something more serious, like cancer.  This is not the case.  The Peyronie’s scar or plaque material itself is benign, which means there is never a risk of it being a cancer – Peyronie’s disease is bad enough, and can make a person’s life miserable all by itself.
 
Peyronie’s disease typically occurs in men around their mid-50s, however younger men – even teenagers still going through puberty – can develop it.  The cause of Peyronie’s disease remains unknown, and its natural progression is variable and not well understood. Everything about the onset, development and eventual disposition of this problem can be different from man to man. This is the reason clinical management of this problem is so difficult and unsatisfying to all people involved.
 
While collecting clinical data through the Peyronie’s Disease Institute for hundreds of men each year since 2002 it is rare to find two men whose peyronie’s problem is similar in terms of cause, rate of onset, progression, degree of pain and sexual limitation, description of penile distortion, and eventual disposition; each man’s problem presents differently in small and large ways.  It is this wide degree of case variability that makes Peyronie’s disease so difficult to diagnose, manage, treat, and live with.
 
The most common explanation from medical researchers for the cause of PD is trauma, either as the total or complete cause, or at least a contributory or partial cause. It is explained that the Peyronie’s scar of fibrous tissue is the result of an over-active healing response to localized bleeding within the internal tissue (tunica albuginea) of the penis.
 
 
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The degree of sexual dysfunction caused by Peyronie’s desease is also greatly variable. Some of this is due to the unique physical characteristics of each man who has the problem, but also due to the wide range of physical, social, educational and emotional differences among couples who must deal with the sexual problems they encounter. Since some degree of sexual duress is ongoing due to the chronic nature of this problem it results in Peyronie's sex problems that can ruin a relationship. The goal of Alternative Medicine Peyronie’s treatment is to stimulate and promote a natural healing response from the immune system while keeping the man and woman involved as happy and committed to each other as possible.
 
Everything related to Peyronie’s diseases is controversial and presents a significant challenge to all people whose life it enters, male and female, even if it is spelled Peyronie’s desease.
 
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