SizeGenetics as a Treatment Option for Peyronie’s Disease

sizegenetics-free-shippingPeyronie’s disease accounts for 0.3 to 0.7% of all urinary system related disorders in men. It occurs most often in men between the ages of 40 and 60 years old. Known as “bent penis,” Peyronie’s is an abnormal curvature of the penis, due to the formation of plaque along the tunica of the penis, often resulting in painful erections and, sometimes, erectile dysfunction completely.  Please view our article – What is Peyronie’s Disease? – for more complete details on this condition.

There are a variety of treatment options, ranging from surgical options to more natural methods. One of the least invasive treatment options is SizeGenetics.  (BE SURE TO USE COUPON CODE – PEGYM100 – TO GET AN EXTRA $100 OFF SIZEGENETICS ULTIMATE SYSTEM! FOR PEGYM MEMBERS ONLY!!)

How SizeGenetics Treats Peyronie’s Disease

peyronie's disease plaque tunicaSizeGenetics is a traction-based extender that not only is one of the most effective methods for penis enlargement, but also is an effective treatment option for Peyronie’s disease. Known as penis traction therapy, the use of extenders for the treatment of this disease is supported by a multitude of studies, including several conducted by the National Institute of Health. 

The SizeGenetics device creates progressive, mechanical traction to the penis. This traction creates microtears in the cells of the penis, including the plaques that contribute to the disease. By breaking up the plaques, this can eliminate the curvature.

Because this is a non-surgical, non-pharmaceutical treatment, treatment of Peyronie’s disease, with SizeGenetics, comes with far less negative side effects than many other options. In fact, one of the primary side effects is quite positive — lengthening and thickening of the penis!


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