There is no connection between Peyronie’s disease and erecti

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Peyronie's disease is a deformity due to excessive deposition of collagen which causes the penis to bend in a way that makes intercourse difficult, frequently painful, and even impossible in severe cases. Currently, the only proven treatment is surgery which is not widely performed.
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There is no connection between Peyronie’s disease and erecti

Postby maxadam » Tue Dec 09, 2014 4:35 am

Fact: At the same time as both circumstances can take place autonomously, PD is connected with erectile dysfunction (or male impotency) in preponderance of its situations Because of more fresh investigation, the connection flanked by Peyronie’s disease and erectile dysfunction is a lot clearer than formerly accepted. Available studies and experiments have specified that to the extent that 30% to 80% of men may perhaps have erectile dysfunction linked with Peyronie’s disease.
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