Can Peyronie’s Disease Be Treated Without Surgery?
Peyronie’s disease normally requires painful surgery that most men may find much too invasive. Rather than being given generic drugs or subjected to a potentially damaging surgery, men now have the option of GAINSWave therapy.
Utilizing pulsed acoustic wave technology, this treatment breaks up the plaque that causes the disease and restricts blood flow.
Xiaflex and surgery are commonly prescribed, but GAINSWave therapy has been shown to be more effective while being much less invasive.
Pulsed acoustic wave technology has been trusted for years to break up plaque and improve blood flow and healthy blood vessel development, and now you can utilize this breakthrough treatment if you are suffering from peyronies.
For many men with who have experienced Peyronie’s disease, it may not seem like there are many treatment options. Peyronie’s disease is a unique case that affects 23% of men over 40, and these men are left to choose between painful surgery or chemical treatment that comes with a chance of side effects.
Peyronie’s is caused by plaque and scar tissue build up in the penis, causing a blockage of blood flow and elasticity and resulting in a sharply curved erection. It can result in painful erections and difficulty having sex.
As a new alternative, the team at HealthGAINS offers a treatment that uses acoustic sound wave technology to break up the plaque that causes the symptoms of Peyronie’s disease. Previously used in Europe to combat the effects of plaque buildup in major arteries, the use of sound waves for this purpose has been proven effective.
HealthGAINS has successfully used this technique to not only help improve symptoms of the disease, but also to enhance girth, erectile quality, stamina, and orgasm quality without drugs or surgery.
Treatment Options For Peyronie’s Disease
Currently, there are two main routes for Peyronie’s disease treatment that your doctor could recommend to you. These options include surgical intervention to remove the plaque as well as chemical options, the most popular of which being Xiaflex. While these are the options most commonly used, they involve trying surgeries with downtime and potentially unsafe chemicals that alter natural collagen production.
- Xiaflex is a commonly prescribed answer to Peyronie’s disease. By targeting collagen production, an important structural protein found in healthy tissue, Xiaflex helps to increase the amount of healthy tissue while simultaneously getting rid of plaque and scar tissue.Xiaflex is effective in those who are in the early stages of the disease but does not work as well for those with well-developed conditions.In addition, those who take Xiaflex have reported multiple instances of side effects. This is the easiest and most attainable option, but it is not the safest nor most effective.
- Surgery for Peyronie’s disease can be very successful, but it is normally only recommended in the later stages of the condition. If non-surgical interventions such as Xiaflex are not working to fix the condition, then after about 12 months your doctor will begin to consider surgical interventions.While they are generally safe, surgery to such a sensitive area full of nerves always represents significant risks due to the invasive nature of surgery.
The Better Alternative to Peyronie’s Disease Treatments
Thankfully, there are now options that do not include surgery or harsh chemicals that come with the chance of side effects.
These options include the GAINS Enhancement procedure as well as the GAINSWave treatment.
Both of these techniques use safe and natural methods to help promote healing and the generation of strong, new tissue.
GAINS Enhancement uses platelet-rich plasma (PRP) naturally found in the blood to help promote a healing response in the area. The PRP that is used is harnessed from your own blood, and promotes the removal of scar tissue and replacement with strong tissue.
GAINSWave therapy for Peyronie’s works similarly to how it helps patients with erectile dysfunction. Rather than just promote blood flow and create new blood vessels, it also helps break up scar tissue and plaque that leads to the disease.
Pulsed acoustic wave technology has been proven to break up plaque in critical arteries surrounding the heart, and this effective method can also be used to help reduce symptoms of Peyronie’s disease.
Learn more about how to treat Peyronie’s disease without drugs or surgery by speaking with a Wellness Advisor at (866) 812-7641. You’ll get a complimentary consultation and learn more about which treatment is best for your individual case of Peyronie’s.