Now it's time to learn what the #1 bent penis cure in the world is.
Is there a cure for a horribly bending erection?
Yes. Depending upon how we choose to define the word “cure”.
Most people seem to assume that “cure” means “get over a disease with some type of medicine”. And, that is a valid definition. HOWEVER, that is not the only definition, or, the only meaning for the word “cure”.
So, let’s see what we are talking about when it comes to a bent penis cure.
What we want is a straight hard erection again. Right?
Here are the most common
Questions and Answers:
This word “cure” causes a lot of problems for men who don’t actually understand what their bent penis is about.
First: There is no bent penis disease.
What about “Peyronies disease”?
That’s usually the first question we hear when we make that statement.
And, it’s a good question. Peyronies “Disease”? Right? "Disease".
Well, Peyronies is not really a disease. There is no attached pathology such as virus, bacteria, etc... It is not an illness. You didn’t “catch it” from any one. You can’t give it to anyone. Anymore than you can catch or give a broken toe to someone else.
It’s just a very small scar inside your shaft.
Are you starting to understand the reality of what is actually happening?
Peyronies is a just a simple “condition”. Personally horrifying, yes. But it is really just like other physical conditions: Grey hair. Blue eyes. Small feet. Large feet. A broken finger or toe. It’s not an illness.
Do you see the difference between “disease/illness” and “condition”?
A “condition” is just a physical state of being. In this case: a scar and/or plaque formation on your erectile chambers.
That’s ALL it is. Nothing more.
Like any other scar on your body. It’s just a scar. A condition of physical change.
Because of the common misconception of what Peyronies disease is, the first thing most men who get this condition want to know is, “Is there a ‘cure’?”
Well, if you’re thinking about a bent penis in terms of a disease, there is no cure.
Because, with Peyronies: There is no “disease”.
If there is no disease, there is nothing to “cure”. Correct?
BUT, at this moment, there is an extremely bent penis that is destroying your sex life and generally making you upset and miserable. Right? It may also have even given you a very bad case of erectile dysfunction now.
So, of course we want a bent penis cure. Right? That’s only natural. And, we want one right away.
Now, if we take another look at all the definitions for “cure”, yes, there is a bent penis cure.
If we go to merriam-webster.com and look up the word “cure” as a noun, we find all kinds of reference to diseases:
“2a: recovery or relief from a disease.
b : something (such as a drug or treatment) that cures a disease
Those definitions are true. But, they are not the only definitions. Even if that’s all you have ever been taught. And, this make us think we have a disease.
But, let’s look further in the list of definitions for “cure” at meriam-webster.com. Let’s look at “cure” as a verb:
“1a: to restore to health, soundness, or normality”
“restore to health”. That sounds like a “disease” also. Now, let’s go further:
“restore to normality”. That's what we're talking about with a penis that develops a bend later in life. Making the erection normal again. Isn’t that the goal? And, according to meriam-webster.com, that is a “cure”.
So, that is the exact definition we are going to be using in this article on the “bent penis cure”: restore to normality.
There are a number of ways to straighten a bent penis.
The absolute best bent penis cure we have ever learned about here at bentpenis.org is called Penis Traction Therapy (PTT).
PTT is simply a very fancy phrase for safe, controlled, effective penis stretching.
There are a number of ways to stretch the shaft straight again. But, PTT is the safest. And, the only stretching method that is medically endorsed and clinically proven Safe and Effective.
“PTT (penis traction therapy)
has been shown to be effective as a primary therapy
penile lengthening and curvature correction.”
reference: Sexual Medicine Reviews, International Society for Sexual Medicine
Penile Stretching as a Treatment for Peyronie’s Disease: A Review
Why is Traction Therapy the best bent penis cure?
There are, as a matter of fact, only three medically recommended methods of straightening that have proven to work consistently and reliably:
Every other method either gave minimal results, no straightening, or, was not medically endorsed.
We consider PTT to be the best bent penis cure.
Here’s the reason: It is the Safest Effective medically endorsed method that gives reliable results. Period.
Penis Traction Therapy
comes with NONE
surgical or injectable side effects.
We’re going to talk about this type of surgery for a bit here. Then we’ll also discuss the injections, and, PTT in some more detail.
This type of penile surgery can be very ugly and very dangerous. It may leave you impotent. That’s right, unable to get an erection.
Take a look:
That’s a lot of serious cutting. It’s not a simple procedure. It requires anesthesia, a hospital stay, and a catheter for a few days.
When you cut that much tissue, you cut a lot of nerves. That can not be helped.
The nerves are what give us all of our sensation.
Without “feeling” in our shaft:
At one time surgery was the only available medically endorsed choice that worked reliably and effectively.
Yes, for most men, the results will be OK. If everything works out well, surgery will get a man straight the fastest. About 2 hours for the actual procedure. A few days in the hospital. Then, 6-8 weeks of recovery before you can have sex again. Not bad.
The cost? Not inexpensive: $8,000 - $19,000.
HOWEVER: In a five year follow up study by Dr. Nelson Bennett (board-certified urologist and microsurgeon who specializes in the management of erectile dysfunction, Peyronie's disease, disorders of ejaculation and orgasm, Vasectomy, penile prosthesis implantation, and microsurgical varicocele repair), this is what he found:
“....over 65% of patients were unhappy with the outcomes of the Peyronie's surgery at 5-year follow-up. Penile length loss and worsening of erectile dysfunction was the most common reason for dissatisfaction.”
reference: “Five-year follow-up of Peyronie's graft surgery: outcomes and patient satisfaction.”
Yes, 65% of men who were mostly satisfied directly after surgery, became unhappy with the outcomes just 5 years later because of complications that developed down the road: “... Penile length loss and worsening of erectile dysfunction...”
And, in The Asian Journal of Andrology we find this:
“....patients must be warned
that long-term worsening of the quality of the erection may occur in up to one-third of cases.”
reference: Asian Journal of Andrology
Yes, surgery is the fastest. But, the long term possible consequences are far too frequent.
Surgery is characterized by a risk of complications and unwanted
outcomes.... That is why
a non-invasive technique is preferable."
reference: Dr. Paolo Gontero
Medical News Today
This type of surgery comes with many unfortunate possible side effects that include, but are not limited to:
Penile injections provide a far less invasive alternative to surgery.
There are a number of substances being used. The only injections that are FDA approved for this purpose, and, the only injections that have given fairly reliable “cures” are Xiaflex® Injections.
The manufacturer reports 35% improvement is about the best you can expect.
We know, 35% does not sound that great. But, for a number of men, it may be enough to make intercourse pleasurable again for both partners. And, isn’t that the goal? The cure we desire?
The cost? Hold on to your hat: A whopping $30,000 - $50,000 price tag. We refer to this as, “The rich man’s alternative.”.
Possible side effects of these injections? The worst is probably corporal rupture. That is, a fractured, or, broken penis. A serious medical emergency.
The complete list of possible side effects can be found at their official website: Xiaflex.com
Yes, PTT is the Safest of all the medically recommended methods.
PTT come with NONE of the possible surgical or injectable side effects. None.
The cost? Under $300. Yes, under three hundred dollars.
Are there any drawbacks to PTT?
Of course. Nothing is perfect. PTT takes a bit of time. Usually 6 - 9 months to get satisfactory results. You need some patience and perseverance.
But, isn’t that worth it to avoid all the possible hideous side effects of the other two methods? With no future adversities reported.
“Penile traction devices (PDTs) have been studied as a treatment for
straightening the penile curvature in men with PD.... There are no
serious adverse events, including skin changes, ulcerations,
hypoesthesia (numbness), or diminished rigidity.”
reference: Dr. Ali Can Albaz, European Medical Journal
Peyronie’s Disease: Recent Treatment Modalities
The very best bent penis cure we found is Traction Therapy.
These are the reasons why:
If you are dissatisfied with the results you obtain from traction, surgery and injections are still available to you.
If you cause nerve damage to your shaft through surgery, following with traction therapy will do you no good.
What do you think makes the most sense to try first?
Be In Good Health.....
~ William (editor)