Peyronie's disease

Peyronie’s disease is a condition in which scar tissue forms inside the penis,  causing it to bend or curve abnormally during an erection. The condition can  cause pain, discomfort, and difficulty with sexual intercourse. The exact cause  of Peyronie’s disease is unknown, but it is believed to be related to trauma or  injury to the penis. 

Symptoms of Peyronie's disease may include

Treatment for Peyronie's disease may include


Some medications, such as vitamin E or collagenase, may be prescribed to help reduce the curvature or pain associated with the condition.


Injecting medication directly into the scar tissue can help soften it, reducing the curvature and pain.


In severe cases, surgery may be required to correct the curvature and restore normal function.

Vacuum erection devices

These devices can be used to help straighten the penis during an erection.

It’s critical to consult a doctor about Peyronie’s disease since early therapy can  help prevent the problem from worsening. A doctor can also recommend the  best treatment option based on the severity of the condition.