last updated January 2, 2021
“The Nesbit Procedure is an unnecessary
penis surgery 99.99% of the time.”
If you have developed curved or even severely bent erections from Peyronies Disease, this penis surgery can possibly destroy your future sex life.
It’s not as friendly or benign as it seems.
OK: Here is some of what you will risk with a Nesbit Procedure:
Most of these possible side effects are usually scoffed at. But, they are very real, and, far too common.
In fact, because of these possible outcomes, a medical doctor will usually only recommend using the Nesbit Procedure if sexual intercourse has become impossible without pain for you and/or your partner.
The Nesbit procedure is done because it was the surgical way to remedy a Peyronies bent erection problem in the mid 1900s.
This does not mean it is the best way.
This does not even mean the Nesbit procedure is a good way.
It only means that this Nesbit procedure is the common surgical way.
And since no drugs or injections have proven effective in straightening a bent penis, this has also been the common medical way.
HOWEVER: There is a better method that involves none of the surgical risks associated with the Nesbit Procedure.
Well, the Nesbit procedure was the only medically recommended way up until about 1995.
However: In 1994, a penis surgery specialist, whose name is Dr. Jorn Ege Siana M.D., invented the first penis traction device.
Since that time his device has been clinically proven to be the safest and most effective way to straighten a bent penis with none of the possible side effects of a penis surgery.
That’s correct: You can now straighten your
erections with a medically recommended and endorsed
method that has none of the
possible side effects of a penis surgery.
This traction method is so good, in fact, that it is now medically endorsed and recommended in 29 countries worldwide.
And, besides not having the pain and potential risks associated with a Nesbit procedure, the traction method will save you about $15,000.
Here is what "The Journal of Urology" has to say about the Nesbit procedure:
“.... shortening of penile length by 1–3 inches occurs in most cases, therefore Nesbit’s procedure is limited to patients with adequate penile length and mild to moderate curvature.” *ref: Ralph DJ, al-Akraa M, Pryor JP. The Nesbit operation for Peyronie's disease: 16-year experience. J Urol. 1995;154(4):1362-3. DOI: 10.1016/S0022-5347(01)66862-9
That same issue of ‘The Journal of Urology’ goes on to state:
“A total of 60 complications occurred in 41 patients, including urethral injury in 5, urinary retention in 5, urinary infection in 2, chest infection in 6, wound infection in 8, hematoma in 19, suture granuloma in 3, painful knot in 1, glans numbness in 7 and phimosis in 4.”
“A poor outcome due to a deformity of greater than 30 degrees was noted in 38 patients. Of these patients 12 initially had an excellent postoperative result only to suffer recurrent deformity.”
Gee, how good does that sound? 60 complications in 41 patients.
Now there were 359 patients who took part in the test of the Nesbit procedure. So that’s about 1 in 9 or about 11% had bad post operative problems.
And, 38 men (about 10%) wound up with a bent penis after the Nesbit procedure was "successfully" performed.
Wow! Does that sound like something you want to try??
You'll first of all be risking impotence. Possibly permanently.
You'll definitely have a penis that is now considerably shorter (the technique requires shortening the longer part).
You also have an 11%+ chance of some really terrible post operative side effects including, but not limited to:
Your penis has a 10% chance of being severely bent after or shortly after the Nesbit procedure surgery heals.
Ready to get started?
Oh yeah, I forgot, that’s the stuff that only happens to “other people”.
Maybe you can be one of the lucky ones.
Then, it will only cost you about $12,000 - $16,000 and 3 - 6 months of recovery.
You may be one of the men who’s erections are so bent that you feel desperate.
You no longer need to. Stop. Right now.... yes, right now.....Take a deep breath. And, relax....
If you are like 99.99% of other men
with Peyronies Disease,
you can straighten your erections
without the horribly risky (and expensive)
Nesbit procedure surgery.
The Nesbit Procedure is a potential disaster for about 20% of the men who undergo it! That’s one out of five.
Why do you think even doctors only recommend it as a last resort?
AND: 99.99% of the time, all these risks and complications are no longer necessary.
Let me repeat that: All the risks and complications of the Nesbit Procedure are no longer necessary 99.99% of the time.
You no longer have to get a shorter penis from the Nesbit procedure, risk impotence, or risk any other surgical dangers to straighten your bent penis.
At, least if you are like 99.99% of other men who are suffering with the same condition you now have.
I’ve mentioned penis traction. Now let me explain this method more fully so you can understand why (and how) it is so effective. And, why it is now medically endorsed and recommended in 29 countries worldwide.
Your penis looks normal, but your erections are bending because there is a scar/plaque formation inside the shaft that is not stretching as much as the rest of the internal tissues when you get an erection.
Your erections bend in the direction(s) of the short/tight tissue.
That is ALL that Peyronies Disease is. And that is why Peyronie Disease is not really a “disease”. It is just a simple condition.
Now, correctly applied traction will place a constant measured pull on that tight tissue for many hours each day.
What this constant pulling, or stretching, of your short tissue does is: it causes very tiny microscopic tears to occur in the tissue.
These are microscopic and you do not feel them when done correctly.
It is the same reason a ballet dancer stretches for hours each day. They want to lengthen their muscles and tendons so that they can extend their legs much further than the average human being.
High quality traction units are small, compact, and highly effective.
Because of the compact design of the units, you can wear one comfortably under your clothing while you are at work.
No one will see it or suspect that you are doing anything different. You just go about your workday in a normal way.
It is not at all painful when done correctly.
When you do this correctly you will not feel any kind of tearing. It is microscopic.
These tiny tears heal back together by creating new cells. That is the secret of the success here.
That is what causes actual permanent elongation and softening of the short tight scar tissue.
You don’t even feel it.
Little by little you will see your erections straightening more and more.
You’ve seen the exact same thing at work in the pictures of the African tribes with the huge lips. Or, even the kids today who have big one inch discs in their earlobes.
Because of the even straight pulling, little by little, the traction device lengthens the short tight scar tissue that is causing your erections to bend.
Eventually, your erection will be so straightened that you (and your partner) will never even remember there was a problem there.
It takes some time.
It won’t happen overnight or in a week.
You will need to count on at least 6 months to get some nice results.
But, once you see the results start happening, nothing will be able to stop you from continuing your daily traction!
It is a very exciting thing to watch your erections getting straighter and straighter. And, the feeling that you’re “going to be OK is priceless.
Will you become 100% straight?
Maybe. Maybe not. Same holds true for penis surgery.
But, you can get straight enough to the point where neither you or anyone else doesn’t notice anything other than a beautiful straight hard erection that is ready to have great sex.
The only real problem you will face, now, with the traction method is: Which unit works best? And, which one should I buy?
If you are like me, you went on line to get one.
Holy Moses! There are so many different ones! And, they all claim to be “just what you need”.
Well, let me tell you they are not all the same, although, they all look pretty much alike.
And, that is where the danger comes in.
If they all seem the same, let’s get the cheapest one. Right?
That can be one of the biggest mistakes of your entire life.
Cost is not really a question here.
The very best units in the entire world cost only about $400. Yes, four hundred. That's it! A really good one can be had for under $250.
If you are going to cheap out and try a "bargain" one for $100, don’t come back and write me a nasty letter because it broke and injured you badly.
If you get one that is made with inferior materials or workmanship it can malfunction and/or break while you are using it.
If that happens, it can suddenly puncture or tear your penis and cause permanent damage.
Just what you don’t need. Especially when you’re already having a horrible problem here......
Currently, by my last count, there are 23 different units out there.
The ads all look great! But, that’s what ads are supposed to do.
When it comes to finding the best of anything, I am very anal. So, I researched every one of them before I got mine.
Only 2 met all of my personal requirement for Effectiveness and Safety (To me, those were the only two things that mattered.).
I got them both. You will only need one. You don’t have to waste money on a second one if you get a good one to start with. I just had to know about them.
Read all they have to say. Then choose the one that looks best to you.
Either brand will give you the best possible results.
They have different models. The more expensive ones simply provide greater tension for faster results.
Both of these companies make products with medical grade materials and come with a full satisfaction guarantee.
If you don’t get the results you are after, you can get your money back.
Use either one correctly and, if you are like 99% of men, you can make your Peyronies Problem disappear without the horrible possible risks of the Nesbit Procedure.