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Peyronies Disease Treatment Options 2 peyronies304

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This is a short clip by Dr. Herb Riemenschneider of Riverside Urology in Columbus, Ohio about Peyronie's Disease. www.RiversideUrology.com peyronies304

Peyronie's Disease is a form of erectile dysfunction and is caused by scar tissue or plaque along the length of the penis causing the penis to bend. When a man has Peyronie's Disease and obtains an erection the scar tissue doesn't have the elastic characteristics of the normal tissue in the penis and therefore can't expand and causes a curvature in the penis. Verapamil, Pentoxifyline, Collagenase and Xiaflex are some non-surgical treatments. Plication is a surgical procedure where on the opposite side from the plaque that tissue is shortened reducing the curvature. Plication can be useful in a curvature that is less than 50°. Another surgical procedure is the excision of the plaque. Following a surgical procedure a penile extender provides traction during the healing process thereby reducing any significant shortening of the penis.

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MIchael Harrington

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Is it normal for a penis to be significantly larger when erect? [MyCounselor Says]

Is it normal for a penis to be significantly larger when erect? [MyCounselor Says]11 Sep. 2019

Shanjay asks, “My penis

Shanjay asks, “My penis is significantly larger when it is erect than it is when it's flaccid. Is that normal?” Josh Spurlock, Christian Counselor and Sex Therapist, discusses the normality of a penis changing in size.

The answer to Shanjay's question is yes, absolutely. Penises come in all sorts of different sizes and shapes. But it’s really normal for all penises to be significantly different in size when they are flaccid, or not erect, not full of blood, than when they are erect.

A penis is kind of like a balloon in that it engorges and fills with blood, and that's what causes it to become erect. When it is not engorged with blood, all of the air out of the balloon, and all the blood out of the penis. And then, the penis can reduce in size significantly, in some cases can even invert, and be inside the body at times.

Nothing is wrong. Nothing is broken. That would be really normal. Thanks for your question, Shanjay.

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