Peyronie’s Disease Treatment in Oak Brook, IL

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What Is Peyronie's Disease?

Peyronie's disease is a condition where fibrous scar tissue, or plaque, forms on the penis, resulting in painful erections and curvature of the penis. Peyronie's disease can get worse if left untreated, leading to concerning symptoms, like erectile dysfunction (ED) and penile shortening. This condition can cause severe pain, stress, anxiety, decreased sexual satisfaction, and scar tissue. At Tru Male Medical, Dr. Robert Marshall can diagnose and treat Peyronie's disease to address the physical and psychological effects of this condition, which typically affects middle-aged and older men, although it can occur at any age. Schedule an appointment with our Oak Brook, IL practice today to learn more.

what to expect from Peyronie's Disease treatment

To help men with Peyronie’s disease, our expert team at Tru Male Medical uses GAINSWave® therapy to break down the fibrous scar tissue that causes the curvature of the penis. GAINSWave uses sound waves to stimulate blood circulation, while at the same time encouraging the growth of new blood vessels in the genitals and improving erectile function. Gainswave therapy is a noninvasive treatment option that does not require surgery or injections and has minimal side effects, making it a more comfortable and convenient option for some patients.

Seek Professional Treatment

If you have a significant curve and bump on your erect penis, you may be suffering from Peyronie's disease. Caused by the buildup of plaque, this condition doesn't typically go away on its own so it's important to seek professional medical treatment. As a highly skilled men’s sexual health physician, Dr. Marshall and our medical professionals at Tru Male Medical may be able to help restore your sexual health and confidence with GAINSWave therapy. To learn more, call to schedule an appointment at our practice in Oak Brook, IL.

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Is Peyronie's disease common?

It's estimated that Peyronie's disease affects about 6% of men between the ages of 40 and 70. However, many cases may go unreported due to embarrassment or lack of awareness.

Can Peyronie's disease be cured?

While there's no definitive cure, treatment options such as GAINSwave can improve symptoms and boost quality of life. Early diagnosis and treatment are crucial for effective management of the condition.

Is GAINSWave painful?

Most patients report minimal discomfort during the procedure. The treatment doesn't require anesthesia, and you can resume your daily activities almost immediately after each session.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.