Peyronie’s disease blog
Peyronie’s disease is surrounded by a world of misinformation, honest differences of opinion, lack of judgment, as well as total confusion.
Every week I get at least one email from someone who is newly diagnosed with Peyronie’s disease, but doubts that he has it. The email will explain that the writer doubts he has Peyronie’s disease because he has heard that there is a Peyronie’s plaque or scar involved, and since he cannot see one, he doubts the diagnosis is correct. He asks me to tell him if I think he has Peyronies, solely based on the information that his penis is bent.
What does this have to do with Peyronie's disease treatment and blogging? Well, with this Peyronie’s Disease Treatment Forum blog available to any man or woman who deals with the problem of PD, it is far easier to create a library of information and ideas about Peyronie’s disease treatment using Alternative Medicine.
If you are reading this blog looking for answers to an important question, you owe it to yourself and to the larger Peyronie’s disease community to ask that burning question about your problem that you would like explained. There is a very good chance that other people would also like to know more about that same issue. Without your participation in this blog, it will not reach its full potential to help you and others with Peyronie’s disease.
Questions in these areas? Fire away:
- Anatomy of the male or female genitals
- Erections – how do they happen, why is mine weaker than before, how to increase and strengthen mine
- Peyronies disease – any aspect
- Peyronie’s disease treatment – any aspect of medical, surgical or Alternative Medicine treatment
- Intercourse – any aspect
- Relationship problems – any aspect
- Your treatment plan is not going the way you thought it would
Please ask your questions and make your comments to those who have left a comment here. In this way the misinformation, honest differences of opinion, lack of judgment, as well as total confusion of some, can be lifted.