It would be nice and easy if drugs did work.
But, they really don't do much here. And, that's documented and what you will find for ever single one of them.
OK. Some drugs work a little bit on a small percentage of men.
But, the best I read about in all my research shows that 30% improvement has been about the maximum.
For those results you will spend thousands and thousands of dollars on numerous visits to your doctor.
If you are one of the men who has pain during erection because of Peyronies disease, Verapamil has been shown to slightly reduce the curvature.
And, therefore it can reduce the pain, but it, like the others, has proven unsuccessful in actually straightening a bent penis.
All Peyronies drugs and other medications used to try to straighten a bent or curved penis have proven in-effective.
The results from all these Peyronies Disease treatments, whether injected, taken orally, or applied externally is rather disheartening.
And, they are expensive.
You can look at spending somewhere between $1,200 and $4,000 for each one you try out.
I have one simple question:
Why waste the money when you can get the best, clinically proven most effective results for under $300 with correct penis traction?
Yeah, I just saw another one of these ads.
Yes, the FDA approval is great. But, the results each time are comparable to all the other ones, however.
Yes, it would be nice if you could take some “safe” pills or get a few shots and have your erections go back to normal.
It just doesn’t seem to be working out that way right now.
Drugs don’t work effectively for everything.
Let’s take a look at what we have here:
and in the natural department:
> Enzyme Therapy
None of those things really work. Not if you’re trying to get a nice comfortably straight hard erections again.
The biggest problem with using drugs for Peyronies Disease treatments is the lack of results.
It is very disheartening.
You get frustrated with the lack of results, you spend a lot of money, and then you get depressed because you feel like you will never be able to have normal sex again.
The bending erections can also be painful or uncomfortable and often cause a false impotence.
By false impotence I mean, you have trouble getting or maintaining a decent erection because mentally your afraid of the results. Be it from pain or weak erections.
When you have false impotence there is actually nothing really physically wrong with your body. It is a mental/emotional reaction. That is why it is a false impotence.
HOWEVER: Many will treat it as true impotence and then try out all kinds of unnecessary medications to remedy their situation. Huge mistake!
The really good news is this:
99.99% of the time your can straighten out a bent or curved penis caused by Peyronies Disease:
And, correct penis traction has been clinically proven to be the
way to correct a bent penis caused by Peyronies Disease 99% of the time.
Even though that was not an important point for me personally, I understand that many men only want to use medically approved methods.
So, I feel it is important to mention:
“Correct penis traction
is now Medically Endorsed
29 countries worldwide.”
USA • Canada • United Kingdom • Thailand • Taiwan • Uruguay •Belgium • Germany • Holland • Denmark • Portugal • Japan • Argentina • Philippines • France • Serbia • Luxembourg • Venezuela • Italy • Australia • Andorra • Chile • Mexico • Malaysia • Tunisia • Norway
That’s a good question and a simple one to answer.
If you are a carpenter and someone asks you to fix a leaky pipe, you have wood, a hammer, and nails to use. It’s not going to work, but you try.
If you are an electrician, you might try to stop the leak with some electric tape. It is what you have to offer.
If you are a plumber you have the equipment and necessary piping to braze and seal the leak completely and permanently.
It’s that simple.
If you are a medical doctor and work with drugs, you try to use whatever drug may have a beneficial effect.
The Penis traction device was actually invented in 1994 by a penis surgery specialist named Dr. Jron Ege Siana.
He invented this device simply to help penises heal straight after penile surgery.
Surgery uses cutting of the flesh to fix a physical condition or malady.
Cutting then heals.
When soft tissues (skin, muscles, etc...) heal, they heal by means of a scar.
Scars shrink as they heal. Different size cuts heal at different rates. etc... etc...
The penis traction device was designed to have the scars heal evenly and hold the tissues straight so that they would not shrink up and cause the penis to bend afterward.
With a little further thought and experimentation, Dr, Siana found that with regular continued use, the device could straighten a curved or even radically bent penis all by itself without drugs or risky surgery!
How exciting was that!?
In the clinical testing this method of traction was found to be not only safer than surgery, but better than surgery because it had none of the possible horrible side effects of penis surgery.
Correct penile traction has only been around since 1994.
It also costs under $400 to get one of the best devices in the entire world.
So, why haven't you been told that much about it?
Well, if you have a $16,000 product to sell, or a $3,500 product, or a $300 product, which one do you think will make you the most profit?
And, that is why not everyone recommends trying traction first. Even though it has been clinically proven to be Safest and Most Effective method.
I mean there are thousands of doctors around the world who recommend and endorse the traction method.
But, there are also many who do not want to lose business.
I’m not here bashing medical treatment.
I’m here simply stating what has been clinically proven to work best for straightening a bent penis caused by Peyronies Disease.
Since correct traction has been clinically proven to be
1) The Safest as well as the Most Effective method for straightening a bent penis 99% of the time;
2) And, since it will cost you less than $300 to try it out with some of the best equipment in the world;
3) Doesn’t it make sense to try correct penis traction therapy before anything else?
Correct traction has:
- None of the possible side effects specific to surgery.
- None of the side effects of drugs.
- And, it cost far less than either.
Is this a no brainer? I mean, really!
I say, save the drugs and risky surgeries for when they are needed and highly effective.
If you can safely and effectively fix a bent penis without them and all their possible side effects, doesn’t it make sense to do it that way?
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