There is no penis disease that makes your erections bend.
“If you are like 99.99% of us
whose erections started bending terribly, you
do not have a ‘disease’.”
What you have is the result of a former injury. Even if that injury was 20 or 30 years ago.
And, most men don’t even remember the injury happening. Usually because it was during some intense or rough sex.
That’s why this condition is usually thought of as a “mystery”
But, it is no mystery.
It’s easy to correct 99.99% of the time.
That’s always the first question I hear after I say there is no bent penis disease.
Why do we think everything that happens to us these days is a disease?
Well, that is what we have been taught.
In this case, that is wrong.
I will explain:
Peyronies is not really a “disease”. It’s a condition. The same as a bruise, a broken bone, dry skin, brittle finger nails, gray hair, etc....
You’re not infected with anything. You didn’t catch anything. You didn’t get a virus or bacterial infection.
What you do have is a scar or scars, (hidden inside your shaft) on one or more of your erectile chambers (the chambers that fill with blood to make your shaft hard).
Your erection was never designed to bend.
So, even if you bent it just a little during some intense or rough sex, years ago, you could have torn something inside. When that tear healed, it formed a small scar.
This is what is causing your bending 99.99% of the time.
As you aged, the scars have grown harder. And, when they reach the point where they can not stretch as much as the surrounding tissues, they are “suddenly” making your erections bend.
That’s all that is happening.
Now: Is that a “disease”?
Of course not!
It is a simple condition of your body changing as you age. And, this hardening only happens to about 5% of men.
Some have it, most don’t.
It’s like being a redhead with freckled skin. It’s unusual. But, not all that uncommon.
With this type of scar hardening, we’re a little unusual too. But, we are not ill.
And, 99.99% of the time, this is all that is happening to a man when he thinks he has a horrible penis disease.
When your scars harden anywhere else on or in your body, you are usually unaware. And, there is no inconvenience.
This is because nothing else in your body needs to stretch the way your shaft does during erection.
Why is this called a “disease” if it is not one?
This condition was labeled “Peyronie’s Disease” (notice the apostrope that designates possession) back in the year 1743.
This is when the medical community was trying to categorize every ailment under the sun for easy reference.
This so called bending penis disease, named after Francois Gigot de LaPeyroine, is a misnomer. Improperly named. Because: it is just a simple condition.
Back then, as a sign of respect, a huge amount of problems were named after the person who figured out what they were.
But, today, it scares us when we first hear the name because we were never taught anything about this condition in sex ed when we were kids.
So now, when we see this extreme bending, and know nothing about it, and we hear: “Disease”, we get scared!
Of course. That’s only normal.
But, is this a "disease"? Hardly. No more than a scar on your hand or foot or anywhere else on your body is.
None that I’ve ever seen, heard of, or read about in 8 years of study and research.
In a rare case, a man’s erection might bend from a disease of some sort. Still, I have yet to see documentation of this or read about it anywhere.
Over 99.99% of the time, a man’s “penis disease” is simply a Peyronies condition.
This is the really Good News!:
as absolutely hideous and horrible as it may look
to you right now,
is very easy
to correct 99.99% of the time.
Without surgery, injections, or drugs.
So, stop worrying about this “mysterious” penis disease called Peyronies. No matter how bad or grotesque your bending might look to you right now.
Remember: It is a simple condition that is easy to correct 99.99% of the time. Yes, easy to correct.
Click that link, and you’ll go to a page I wrote, so you can learn how simple it is to straighten a bent erection Safely and Easily 99.99% of the time!