PRP Treatment for Peyronie’s Disease

Peyronie’s Disease hits hard, though many men don’t recognize what it is until symptoms are extreme. Apart from severely impacting men’s sexual health, Peyronie’s Disease can destroy self-esteem and leave many men without confidence.

It’s a disease that’s more common than many people realize. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, somewhere between 1 to 23 percent of men between 40 and 70 are affected by the Peyronie’s. It’s uncommon for the condition to appear in younger men, but it’s not impossible. In fact, the disease has already been observed in men in their 30s.

Health specialists still aren’t certain exactly what causes Peyronie’s Disease, but it has been suggested that an injury or traumatic event in the affected area could cause a wound that leads to the condition. The body responds by treating the wound with scar tissue or tough plaque buildup.

It’s this gradual buildup that causes the uncomfortable (and often painful) side effects of the disease.

One solution is to infuse the area with restorative cells to promote growth of healthy tissue and the breakdown of plaque. Patient’s shouldn’t have to worry about complex and highly-invasive surgeries with extensive recovery periods just to resolve plaque buildup in the penis.

That’s where PRP (or Platelet-Rich Plasma) Therapy comes in, a quick, safe, and drug-free solution to treat symptoms of Peyronie’s Disease––without the need for scalpels, surgeons, and anesthesia.

Read on to learn how PRP Therapy can change your life for the better!

What are the Side Effects of Peyronie’s Disease

Peyronie’s Disease can affect men differently in severity and side effects. However, here are the most common associated symptoms that affect men around the world:

  • Plaque buildup in the penis
  • A Resulting Curvature
  • Erectile Dysfunction or Difficulty Getting Erection
  • Difficulty Maintaining Erection
  • Discomfort During Erection
  • Pain During Sex

Any of these symptoms can affect sexual performance and have an impact on overall self-esteem. Thankfully, today there are procedures available at Tampa Rejuvenation clinics across Tampa Bay to resolve symptoms of Peyronie’s Disease and restore confidence and performance!

What’s Happening in The Penis

Scar tissue is a fibrous tissue that replaces old skin after some trauma or wound has happened. It’s the body’s way of strengthening a potentially weak or injured part of the body and keeping it resilient to more damage.

When this scar tissue grows other places in the body, it’s not as much of a problem. Scar tissue doesn’t seem to cause pain or discomfort.

But consider the function of the penis in an erection: filling with blood, the member grows and fills out. If there has been damage and resulting plaque or scar tissue is left behind, then growing and filling out will be greatly affected.

The tough tissue pulls on the penis, usually bending it uncomfortable and awkward positions. This can cause pain anytime men have an erection, not to mention the now-painful act of sex itself.

How PRP Fights Symptoms of Peyronie’s Disease

PRP uses natural growth factors from a patient’s blood, extracted and concentrated in-office, to infuse the penis and encourage growth of new, healthy cells. In the process, plaque and tough scar tissue can be broken down and moved out of the penis through the body’s natural waste removal system.

Through PRP Therapy, you can help reduce the bend or curvature commonly associated with this condition and sexually perform again like you haven’t in years!

PRP Treatment for Peyronie’s Disease at Tampa Rejuvenation

Our mission is to make sure that patients feel youthful and happy––free to live their lives without the worry of things like aging and sexual performance. Our staff is made up of certified professionals with years in the industry who truly care about making a difference in lives around Tampa Bay.

Contact one of Tampa Rejuvenation’s health specialists today and learn how you can get a tailored plan fit for curing your negative symptoms.

Call 888-865-8370 or stop by one of our offices today to learn more!