I've had a mild curvature to the side, enough for me to be pretty self-conscious but not enough to interfere with intercourse, for about ten years. Extremely rarely does it cause mild pain.
I'm 30, in good health, I haven't used ED drugs, and I haven't tried PD treatment before. What plan do you recommend for someone like me who has had Peyronies for almost 10 years?
Also: Do the plans include instructions for maintenance therapy once the scar has faded?
The problem with a Peyronie's disease situation like yours is one of instability and vulnerability to re-injury. I see it happen often: A man with a nuisance kind of problem he can live with will suddenly have an accident during sexual activity and make his PD worse. With even a minor curve the penis is more likely to suddenly bend while thrusting than a straight shaft. A curved penis , even when mild, is an accident waiting to happen; the problem is that you have no way to know when that accident might happen and how bad it can be. In my opinion the reason for you to do something about your PD is based more on prevention of this kind of problem, rather than being self-conscious.
Please go to Suggestions to help you decide how to start Peyronie's treatment. You will see a lot of help there for yourself and it will put things into perspective for you as you decide how you wish to proceed. Based on the protocol outlined in the chart I think the age of your condition supersedes the fact your problem presents with only a mild curve at this time.For this reason it would seem appropriate that you begin using a large level treatment plan for Peyronie's disease.
Complete instructions are included for the use of all therapies that are ordered. Some men follow a maintenance program and some do not; usually the maintenance program consists simply of a low dose of systemic enzymes.
Please let me know if I can help you in any way. TRH