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Peyronie’s Disease: It’s Not the End of the World

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Peyronie’s disease is way more prevalent than you think.

Have you heard of it? It’s a condition that affects men worldwide, causing painful and unwanted curvature of the penis. 

It can cause emotional and physical distress, impacting your relationships and quality of life. 

If you or someone you love struggles with Peyronie’s, keep reading. 

In today’s mailbag, we have an email from someone seeking advice on how to cope with this challenging condition. Scroll down to learn more.

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“Hey, Susan! 

So first, thank you for what you do. I’m so grateful to have come across you and to be able to get information. REAL.. information from you.

Okay, I have three quick questions I’m not finding much on elsewhere. 

1. I have the whopper and was in the last two to three weeks bracket of the routine, then basically lost track and fell away from it. I then went till now (8 months) before starting back. 

Is it smart to just start over or start where I left off? I have started it over and am only a couple of weeks into it. But I can adjust. 

2. Regarding that explanation, is Peyronie’s a possibility from anything to do with pumping? I swear my penis is starting to curve to the left, and I don’t want to keep doing anything that contributes to that.  My sex life is in a drought, so I can’t even equate that to sex. Pumping has been the only new variable. 

3. I’ve been watching and reading about GAINSWave a lot and understand that it helps with Peyronie’s, but my best option is probably to go the Phoenix route right now. Is that a good option for correcting any type of Peyronies?

Thank you so much for your time and knowledge!! I hope to hear from you!

Thank you!”

Jeff (not his real name) 


Hi Jeff,

The pump isn’t exacerbating your curvature. Your curvature is just getting worse, as they do if left untreated.

The Phoenix is not a replacement for GAINSWave. It is a home tool that is not as powerful as in-clinic treatments with expensive medical machines that administer the acoustic wave technology that is GAINSWave. However, it is not a replacement for professional medical treatment. 

You need to go to a urologist who has experience treating Peyronie’s.

Dr. Judson Brandeis in California is a leader in this protocol. Check out his services here. 

You can contact him or find someone who can help you. The most important thing is not to wait or try to fix it yourself.

Curvatures can get worse and worse to the point where they are painful, and penetration is impossible. 

Find a GAINSWave provider in your area with this directory.

Make sure they also have experience with Peyronie’s, PRP, curvature reversal, traction device protocols, and vacuum pumps.

Speak with them about available treatment options for Peyronies.

The traction device recommended is the new DEEP: Penile Extender. The pump I recommend is The Whopper. 

Read my Pump Guide to learn more about PRP, the traction device, the Phoenix vs. GAINSWave, The Whopper, and Peyronie’s.

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