PRP for Peyronie’s Disease

The anti-inflammatory properties, growth factors, nutrients, and water of the PRP softens the fibrotic tissue in the plaque, reducing the curvature of the penis typical of this condition.

What is Peyronie’s Disease?

Penises vary in shape and size, and having a curved erection isn’t necessarily a cause for concern, but in Peyronie’s Disease, the bend is significant, and may accompany pain or it can interfere with sexual function.

Peyronie’s Disease is caused by repeated penile injury, typically during sex or physical activity.

This condition can cause significant distress for men, affecting their self-esteem and interfering with their sex life.

Medication or surgery may be recommended if symptoms persist or worsen, but recent studies have shown promising effects of utilising PRP to assist with this condition.

PRP is Platelet Rich Plasma therapy and it can rejuvenate the cells to enhance the affected area.

How can PRP therapy help with Peyronie’s Disease?

The anti-inflammatory properties, growth factors, nutrients, and water of the PRP softens the fibrotic tissue in the plaque, reducing the curvature of the penis typical of this condition.

PRP therapy works by drawing blood from the patient’s arm and then taking it to a centrifuge where the Platelet Rich Plasma is isolated to obtain the resultant growth factors.

The PRP is injected into the affected area can then stimulate blood flow and promote younger tissue growth.

Get in touch with Adelaide’s Eve On 21 for your treatment for Peyronie’s Disease

At Eve On 21 we offer PRP as a non-surgical, non-hormonal option for treating Peyronie’s Disease.

Get in touch with us today to discuss your options for Peyronie’s Disease and explore what treatments we have that can help.

Our professional, highly skilled team are experienced in a range of conditions for which they use the latest in treatment and technology.

We are leaders in the field of treatment for sexual issues and conditions and we are committed to sourcing the best solutions for our patients.

If you are living with Peyronie’s Disease, make an appointment with  Eve On 21 to talk about how we can help you.

Contact Eve On 21 to discuss your options today and book in for one of our many  treatments for men and women.