If you want an active sex life and you have Peyronie’s Disease, there is help. Maybe you are also dealing with erectile dysfunction and all the issues that revolve around that stubborn problem. Can a penile implant correct Peyronie’s Disease? Keep reading to discover how.
What Is Peyronie’s Disease
You might have recently noticed television ads about this issue. It is a condition where a man has an abnormal curve to his penis. You might have a minor curve that does not affect your sex life. However, if you have pain that keeps you from having sex, it’s time to do something about it, because you can.
You’re not alone, since almost a third of men complain they have painful sex.
What About ED?
Peyronie’s Disease and erectile dysfunction seem to occur concurrently. 75% of men with Peyronie’s Disease also experience ED.
For those men who have both Peyronie’s and ED, implanting an inflatable prosthesis can treat both problems.
There are many treatment options for both issues including meds, vacuum devices, injections, suppositories, and penile implants. Implants have been used for over 40 years with great success. An inflatable implant is private and completely undetectable, and your partner does not need to know you have one. In addition, it will not affect your ability to have an orgasm or ejaculate.
Inflatable penile implants have the highest rate of satisfaction of all treatments as reported by men and their partners with 86-90% of patients with both Peyronie’s Disease and erectile dysfunction satisfied with an inflatable penile prosthesis.
Some Additional Benefits Of Inflatable Penile Prosthesis
- Erections will look and feel natural
- Does not change sensation or ability to climax
- Will not affect urination
- Covered by most insurance companies, including Medicare
It’s time to enjoy your sex life again and without pain!!
Talk with Dr. Wierschem about an inflatable penile implant if you have issues with Peyronie’s Disease and erectile dysfunction. Call (972) 596-6733, or request an appointment online, to schedule a consultation in Plano or McKinney, TX.