Peyronie’s Disease and a History Lesson

Peyronie’s Disease and Important Lessons from History

Throughout history, terrible epidemics arise periodically. As we discuss it, you will see there is an interesting application to Peyronie’s disease natural treatment.

Throughout history great epidemics have occurred, killing huge numbers in a given population. Some of these are even given names, like the Black Plague. However, no matter how severe the epidemic, an entire population has never been lost in an epidemic. This is a simple fact that has great importance to Peyronie’s treatment.

That the human race survived the ravages of many deadly epidemics tells us something about ourselves.  It is a commentary about our ability to defend against disease and heal tissue.  To illustrate, in every epidemic there are survivors.  There are those who recover after becoming sick, and others who never even get sick at all.  From this, we learn our bodies, for the most part, do a great job of defending, mending and repairing, even in the face of great health challenges.

Small pox

As an example, a smallpox epidemic will typically kill 30-50% of people who are exposed. On top of that, do you realize that not all people after exposure to small pox will develop the disease?   Or, if they get it, it will be a mild case from which they recover.  Why is that?  Yet, if a small pox epidemic is so bad that 30-50% of a population will die, what about the other 50-70% of people who survive the small pox epidemic? Why do 50-70% survive?  Should it not happen that 80%, 90% or all of those exposed to smallpox die from it?

What is so special about the 50-70% of a population who survive a small pox epidemic?  What do they do, or not do, that allows them to survive?  Simple question, complex answer. Nevertheless, it is easy to assume that the 50-70% who survive have a healthier and more robust immune system; better functioning body chemistry and physiology. Their ability to defend and heal was better than those who did not survive.  All of this perhaps fueled by better nutrition than those others.

There is another way to say it that sounds a little silly. We can generalize and over-simplify. Those who do not have health problems are healthier than those who do sick and die. Some bodies function better to heal, repair and survive than others.  The same is true of any health problem, even Peyronie’s disease.  If your body is working at its highest level, you stand a better chance of avoiding, healing or surviving a health problem. This is where the PDI theory about PD comes in.

Peyronie’s disease 

If up to half of men who develop Peyronie’s disease will heal it in 12-18 months, what about you?  Moreover, what is the best way to assist reversal and recovery for more PD sufferers?  Our interest at PDI is to determine why this reversal of scarring happens in these 50% of PD cases that self-heal.  We think we are on the right track with our efforts.  This website offers our ideas about increasing your ability to heal and repair the Peyronie’s disease scar.

We all have seen from our everyday observations and experience that scarring does not always happen. Sometimes scarring occurs and sometimes not.  At the Peyronie’s Disease Institute, we attempt to create a favorable environment in which PD scarring heals to the best of each man’s ability, maybe even eliminated.  Our effort is to encourage and support the normal healing response of the tissue to injury. Remember:  no epidemic killed everyone. Therefore, we know our body has an amazing ability to repair and heal. History proves this to us.

PDI treatment theory

History tells us that not everyone becomes ill and dies during an epidemic. The stronger and healthier bodies operate better to stay healthy and recover.  PDI works with the theory to heal the PD scar, do a series of simple and straightforward things to improve your tissue health and immune response.

Perhaps, if you work a bit to increase your ability to repair and heal your problem, you might  avoid Peyronie’s disease surgery.  Wouldn’t that be nice?

Dr.Herazy

2 thoughts on “Peyronie’s Disease and a History Lesson

  1. Paula Bristow says:

    Thank you so much for the Peyronie’s disease information.  I just ended a relationship with a curly penised man.  Did not understand what his problem was (by comparison, more the imature behaviour of a strong matue man). I find that I don't feel so hurt as I did before veiwing the information.  The photos do allow one to be sure of the condition.
    Bi

  2. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greeting Paula,

    Just so long as you know that some men have a naturally curved penis bend, and that not every bent penis is Peyronie’s disease. Further, I have to emphasize that not every man with Peyronie’s disease is guilty of bad behavior or sexual immaturity; some men are just goofs and they come by their sexual immaturity naturally. It’s a nutty world out there on a good day.

    In my considerable experience dealing with men who have Peyronie’s disease from all over the world since 2002, and many of the women who are involved with those men, I have learned it is very common for a many to react badly when he first develops Peyronie’s disease; the sudden deformity of the penis combined with the loss of size and erectile dysfunction can be unsettling to most men. It takes time to regain composure and control the storms of emotional upheaval that come upon a man in these circumstances. Testosterone is a powerful hormone. It is what makes men do spectacular things, and when this force is suddenly misdirected into self-pity, humiliation and fear it can have ugly results. Please try to understand what a guy might be going through with Peyronie’s disease; it might be similar to a woman who suddenly loses her breasts, vagina and ovaries – suddenly she is not a woman. That would cause her a few justifiable bouts of bad behavior TRH

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