Do
Penis Pills
Work for a Bent Penis?

Last Updated November 14, 2019
4:03 pm




do penis pills work for a bent penis?


Do penis pills work?

Yes, and, No. It all depends on what you are trying to accomplish with them.

Will penis pills, of any kind, fix a bent penis? Or, make a cock grow longer?

No. Definitely and absolutely, No.




What
Can Penis Pills Do?

What can they do?

#1

They may stimulate and cause an erection

. They may make a weak erection harder and stronger.



#2

They can also cause:

  • Heart Attack

  • Blindness

  • Stroke

  • Loss of Hearing

  • An erection that will not go away (priapism)

  • Death




Those topics are usually avoided. I know. You don’t hear much about the unpleasant things they can do. Right? Because these don’t happen that often?

What if YOU are one of the unlucky ones?




Where Can You Find
The Possible Side Effects Posted?

If you’re buying the prescription penis pills, you’ll find a sheet enclosed with the product that outlines the risks. Or, the information may be printed directly on the inside of the box. It’s always there. But, who reads the the enclosures? Right?

I do. I hope you do too.

If you’re buying your penis pills over the internet, or, at the convenience store (things like “Herbal Viagra”, “”Super Stallion”, “Emperor’s Magic”, “Hard All Night”.....) you’re on our own. They rarely contain any information on the possible side effects. They may not even list all the ingredients (even though this is illegal).

And, these penis pills can spell disaster. Take the cases of Lamar Odin. A super star athlete.  He went into a coma when using these type of penis pills. A super Athlete. In top physical condition. Imagine what might have happened to you.




Are Penis Pills
Worth Trying?

From our research and in our opinion, No. Not if you have a bent penis. And, not if you are suffering from erectile dysfunction caused by this bending.

There are a number of impotent men who can use penis pills and not suffer from any major side effects. They usually only will experience one or more of the more minor side effects.

These include and are not limited to:


  • “flushing (warmth or redness in the face, neck, or chest)

  • stuffy nose

  • headaches

  • stomach pain

  • upset stomach

  • nausea

  • diarrhea

  • memory problems

  • back pain

  • an inability to differentiate between the colors green and blue

  • loss of hearing

  • ringing in the ears

  • dizziness

  • flu-like symptoms

  • muscle pain

  • low blood pressure

  • blurred vision and changes in color vision

  • abnormal ejaculation



"Tell your doctor if you have rare but serious side effects including:

a painful or prolonged erection lasting 4 or more hours; sudden decreased vision (including permanent blindness, in one or both eyes) a sudden decrease or loss of hearing, sometimes with ringing in the ears and dizziness.

This is not a complete list of side effects and others may occur. Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects. You may report side effects to FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088.”
references: “Viagra”, https://www.rxlist.com/viagra-side-effects-drug-center.htm
“Cialis”, https://www.rxlist.com/cialis-side-effects-drug-center.htm




But, there have been, and, undoubtedly will be many more men who suffer the more serious consequences.

Why?

Because many men use all kinds of penis pills, unaware that their health may not be as good as they think it is. Or, because they use them too much. Or, because they are the unlabeled ones that contain unusually large amounts of the prescription chemicals. With no labeling on the product.

Pure and simple:  can become Russian Roulette.




What
Our Research Has Found

From our research we have found some things to be true:

1)  If a man regains good health, erectile dysfunction usually disappears.

2)  A man has to be aware that as he ages, his sexual ability becomes less frequent. If he tries to perform at 40 or, 60 like he did at 20, he’s in for all kinds of sexual pain and physical problems. He also radically increases his risk of heart attack and death during sex.

3)  Men with erectile dysfunction, that was caused solely by a bending penis, will in most cases, reverse the ED without any other help once the penis is straightened using a non-invasive method.




Can Penis Pills
Fix a Bent Penis?

No. Definitely, No.

Can pills fix the erectile dysfunction caused by a bent or curved penis?

No.

Are penis pills of any use when you have a bent penis?

No.

Let’s be real now. We all dream of a pill that can fix all of these problems. It would be really nice. Right? But, one does not exist. And, one never will.

Can you get a hard erection with penis pills if you have a bent penis (Peyronies disease)?

Maybe.

But, what good is an erection that looks like any of these?:


do penis pills work for a bent penis? #2
penis pills don't work for this
do penis pills work for peyronies disease?



Right?

Anything like those is totally useless for intercourse. And, forcing an erection like that with erectile pills or medications can be very painful.




Which Effective Straightening Methods
are
Medically Endorsed?

There  are only three methods of straightening, which are medically endorsed and doctor recommended, that can reliably straighten a bent penis:

  • Surgery ($8,000 - $19,000)

  • Xiaflex injections ($30,000 - $50,000)

  • Penis Traction Therapy (Under $300)


Which sounds the most interesting so far?





Let’s Take a Closer Look
at
Those Available Options

Let’s take a little look at each of these methods:

  • Surgery
  • Injections
  • Penis Traction Therapy




Surgery:


bent penis surgery
bent penis surgery #2



Penis surgery is the fastest method to fix a bent penis. The surgery is under 2 hours. It normally requires about 3 days in the hospital, then, 6 - 8 weeks of recovery. Then you’re back in the saddle.

If all goes as hoped for.

Unfortunately, it’s not as easy as it seems.

Most surgeries of this type will give satisfactory results at first.

HOWEVER: Here are some of the very serious possible side effects that can come with this type of procedure:

  • Impotence


  • Lack of sensation


  • Inability to orgasm


  • Inability to attain or maintain an erection


  • Infection



  • Weaker erections as time goes on



Yes, impotence is on that list. You go to all the expense and trauma of a penile surgery to fix a bent penis and you may wind up with one that is no longer able to get erect.

Furthermore:  Five years down the road, MOST men are unhappy with the outcome:




“....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: Dr. Nelson Bennett,
“Five-year follow-up of Peyronie's graft surgery: outcomes and patient satisfaction.”
https://f1000.com/prime/9450956




Now, if you went in for this type of surgery because your bent penis was causing erectile dysfunction, the ED after the surgery may be far worse.





Injections:


The only FDA approved injections for a bent penis caused by Peyronies Disease (there are no injections for a congenital bent penis) is a product called XIAFLEX®.


xiaflex penis injections



XIAFLEX® is the trade name for the specific patented form of Collagenase (an enzyme) called collagenase clostridium histolyticum.

You’re going to need some big bucks to try this one out. Currently $30,000 - $50,000.

xiaflex before and after

These injections “boast” a 35% improvement (at best, and, only for certain types of cases). We know. That doesn’t sound too good. But, it may make intercourse possible without pain to either partner.

Men will often try these because the surgery was more than they could stomach.

Unfortunately, XIAFLEX® comes with some very serious possible side effects of it’s own. This includes corporal rupture (the blood vessels break inside the shaft). Corporal rupture is a serious medical emergency that requires immediate medical attention, or, you could lose your penis all together.

In one study by documented in "Sexual Medicine Reviews" (an official journal of The International Society for Sexual Medicine) "Of the 102 patients treated, 5 (4.9%) developed a corporal fracture (rupture)."


The complete list of possible side effects can be found at the official XIAFLEX® website.






Penis Traction Therapy (PTT):


PTT is by far the #1 choice for Safety and Effectiveness. when a man wants to straighten a bent penis.

Erectile dysfunction caused by a bent penis usually resolves itself “like magic” when the shaft is straightened this way.


penis traction therapy to fix a bent penis


This is so important: Penis Traction Therapy (PTT) comes with NONE of the possible surgical or injectable side effects. None.

Why?

Because: PTT is totally non-invasive. With PTT there is no cutting, no piercing the flesh and internal scars  with needles.

You wear a simple medically approved traction device on you shaft for some hours each day. Under your clothing. While you go about your normal daily activities. No one else knows you even have it on.



wearing a penis traction deviceCan you tell who is wearing the penis traction device?



This device stretches out the shorter side(s) of the penis so that erections will be normally straight again.



how a penis traction device works




That’s all there is to it.

With the PTT devices we found best, the results are guaranteed or your money back. Does ANY other method give you a guarantee? Not that we have found.

And, the cost? For one of the very best medically recommended devices in the world? Under $300.





Penis Pills
Are NOT
For a Bent Penis

Penis pills have their place.

Please Remember:  Some of these pills can be extremely dangerous to use. Especially the kind you will find at a convenience store. But, prescription penis pills also come with the same possible dangers and problems.

For penile bending problems, penis pills are useless.






CONCLUSION:


How to Fix a Bent Penis
and
Resolve Erectile Dysfunction Naturally
Without Surgery, Injections, or Drugs


penis pills

Penis pills that could straighten out erections are a wonderful fantasy. They are not a reality. These pills are risky and not for the man who is suffering from Peyronies disease or any kind of bent penis.

To fix a bent penis caused by Peyronies disease, straightening requires either surgery, injections, or correct traction therapy (PTT).

Remember:  Surgery and injections may cause future bending and make erectile dysfunction worse. This is due to the cutting and piercing of the shaft.

penis pills or traction therapy?


 -   PTT is the Safest of all the reliable medically endorsed straightening methods.


 -   PTT is also the only non-invasive of these medically endorsed methods. That means no cutting, no piercing needles, etc.




Erectile dysfunction caused by a curving or bending penis will usually disappear when the shaft is straightened using a non-invasive method such as correct traction therapy.

Surgery and injections may make the ED worse.



If you are suffering from a bent penis, and possibly the erectile dysfunction that it can cause, penis pills will be useless for you. No pills will ever straighten your penis. And, they pose serious possible health consequences.

Non-invasive straightening with PTT may be all you need to resolve both the bending and the erectile dysfunction the bend can cause. PTT is the the only reliable non-invasive method of medically endorsed straighten that exists today.


Be in Good Health.....

~ William (editor)




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