Is Dupuytrens Contracture
Form of Peyronies Disease?

last Updated January 1, 2022
5:26 pm

A Dupuytrens Contracture penis bend and Peyronies disease are actually two completely separate conditions.


  • They both have a similar cause
  • Both can be easily remedied the same way
  • And, both can give you a very curved penis that looks exactly the same

That is why many professionals will consider Dupuytrens contracture to be a form of the other.

A Bend During Erection

dupuytrens contracture can cause a curved or bent penis

We’re actually talking about curved erections here.

The limp shaft, in either of these scenarios, usually looks totally normal.

In both cases, the erections can be bending severely.

How They Are Different

Dupuytrens contracture:  is a thickening of tissue under the skin in the hand (normally). The tissue is called fascia*.

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This thickening can also occur in other parts of your body including your penis. This hard tissue is what makes your erections bend.

* What Is Fascia?

Fascia is basically a fibrous tissue (like a living wool sweater) that encloses all the muscles and organs in your body.

Fascia enables your body to adapt to many prolonged physical situations in your life by adding strength and rigidity. It is a supportive tissue that is constantly capable of changing. It is supposed to assist your way of living and support your way of life.

Because of modern life style, accident, injury, genetics,.. etc... our fascia  can form in ways that are not beneficial to us.

I know, that all sounds a little mysterious or too general. But, the subject of fascia is too extensive to cover comprehensively in this article. But, you can click on the link in the previous sentence to learn more about it if you wish.

I just want you to have a basic idea here of what fascia is so you can understand what may be happening in your penis with Dupuytrens contracture.

With Peyronies Disease:  what you have is a scar and/or plaque formation inside your shaft that later in life has thickened and hardened.

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You may have gotten the injury 20 or more years ago. You may not even have realized you injured yourself at the time.

But, now, later in your life, your body processes change a bit, and, for some of us, those scars harden up. They grow thicker and may also include plaque formations.

This, just like the fibrous thickening with Dupuytrens contracture, makes your erections bend.

Very similar conditions. Very similar penis bend problem. The same treatments work about the same on both.

Why Do The Erections Bend?

During erection your shaft swells to many times it’s flaccid size. The tissues stretch as it is being filled up with blood.

When sections do not stretch as much as the rest, your shaft will bend of in the unstretchable direction(s).

That’s all there is to it.

It is truly that simple.

Two Conditions, The Same Problem

You don’t need endless massive examinations or extensive lab tests for either condition. They are not complex.

When your doctor tells you what you have, that’s really all you need to know to take proper corrective action.

The two conditions are both causing the same problem.

A bent or curved penis.


Fortunately, both can be corrected
 the same easy way.

The method, clinically proven Safest and Most Effective, is called correct penis traction.

Don’t Get Confused
A Lot Of Unnecessary Information

I have been researching and writing about penis curvature now for over 7 years.

It is AMAZING just how much information you can find on Dupuytrens contracture. And, what matters and is really useful, all boils down to a few simple facts.

99% of the time, you really don’t need to know a lot to straighten a curved penis safely and successfully.

Just like you don’t need to know molecular structures and the histories of everything that lives to get well nourished by proper food.

The Problem With Too Much Information

For some it may be interesting.

But, here are the two main problems I have found with too much information, and too many “remedies” on any subject:

A man gets this huge volume of information and,

First: It often makes a problem seem much more serious and much worse than it actually is. So, we worry like crazy!

Second: We get too confused to know what to do.

Have you ever had that happen before?

It’s real easy to do that here.

You can forget about 99% of it and still fix your problem safely and easily 99% of the time.

The rest of the endless information and opinion will not help you one bit. Some can even cause you more serious problems.

You Can Stop Worrying

I want you to know

that as horrible as it seems to you right now,

both of these conditions are simple in nature and simple to fix.

Straightening is usually done quite easily.

Dupuytrens contracture may be a bit more difficult. By that I mean: it may take a little longer to fix. The reason is, there can be a lot more thick hard tissue to stretch out.

But, none the less, 99% of the time you can easily do it the exact same way.

What Bothers Me Most With Dupuytrens Contracture

Dupuytrens Contracture is nothing more than a simple irregularity in the body.

 -  It is not some life threatening "disease".

 -  It is not going to kill you.

 -  It is usually not even painful.

 -  You can fix the penis bend it causes all by yourself 99% of the time.

What bothers me most about the curved penis information that may accompany Dupuytrens contracture is this: They try to make it so complicated. And mysterious. And fearful!


The more complicated it seems the more you will worry. And, the more money you will be willing to spend to correct it.

Don’t waste your money!

As you are learning, it can be a simple, easy, inexpensive fix 99% of the time.

Let’s compare it with some common physical ailments:

Common Ailments

Some people have bunions on their feet. Some people have hemorrhoids. You have Dupuytrens contracture. Maybe you have all three.

So what!

I’m not making light of your situation.

I’m just wanting you to get a proper perspective on what is happening so you don’t worry so much about it.

These are all potentially very painful inconvenient physical problems that millions of people deal with every single day.

However: They are all correctible 99.99% of the time.

And, of all of them, a curved penis caused by Dupuytrens contracture is the simplest, easiest, and least painful to correct.

In fact, straightening a curved penis can usually be done painlessly. And very inexpensively.

Straightening A Curved Penis Caused By Dupuytrens Contracture

If you have bunions on your feet, you either live with them or have them removed.

Same for hemorrhoids.

With Dupuytrens contracture life is just as simple.

You live with it, or, you straighten it out.

Straightening is only necessary if it is causing problems during intercourse. Or, if it really bothers you.

There are a number of straightening methods.

However, only two of these methods have proven to be really successful: Correct traction and surgery.

I personally think surgery for a bent penis is an insane choice 99.99% of the time! Insane. Simply because it carries too many horrible unnecessary risks.

"Correct traction has been clinically proven

to be Safest and Most Effective.
it comes without the risks of surgery."

It’s Actually Quite Simple

With Dupuytrens contracture or Peyronies disease, the best clinically proven method for penis straightening is the same:

Correct penis traction.

Correct traction is so good, in fact, that it is now medically endorsed and recommended in 29 countries worldwide.

So, check it out before you drive yourself crazy with a lot of unnecessary worry.

I think you’ll be happy you did!

Be Well.....

~ William

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