In congenital penile curvature, a problem in the basic anatomical structure is often detected. As the penis development is completed after puberty, the curvature becomes evident. It causes difficulties in sexual intercourse. The first issue that stands out in penile curvature that occurs in older ages is the penile curvature that develops due to Peyronie's disease. This is the most common case of penile curvature. It develops due to calcification between the blood vessel that provides hardening and the outer sheath. Peyronie's disease, which is frequently observed in men over the age of 50, also causes pain in the initial period. Diabetes is thought to trigger this condition.
Surgical applications are fundamental in the treatment of advanced Peyronie's disease and congenital penile curvature. In the surgical treatment of penile curvature using simple plication technique, stitches (plication stitches) are made on the penis to apply traction force to the opposite side of the curvature and the curvature is corrected. In advanced cases, the graft obtained from the leg veins is integrated into the plaque areas formed in the penis.
It takes an average of 1 hour
There is no erection problem.
Stitch marks will fade over time and will not be noticed.
One day of hospitalization is required.
No, you can control it with pain relievers when needed.
After the operation, an average of 1 month of sexual abstinence is applied to prevent stitches from breaking.
You have to wait for 1 month.