What are the symptoms of Peyronie’s Disease?
The initial, acute phase of Peyronie’s Disease is typically characterized by the formation of a tender lump on the tunica albuginea of the penis. Erections at this stage tend to be painful, as they produce stretching of the plaque, and patients usually notice the onset of a penile deformity, which, during the acute stage, still changes over time.
Once the acute phase finishes, the inflammatory process settles and this leaves a non-tender nodule on the tunica of the penis. At this stage erections are generally not painful and the characteristics of the deformity do not change any more. Usually at this stage patients complain of penile shortening and deformity, which become apparent in the erect state. A progressive worsening of the quality of the erections is also reported by a large number of patients.
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Giulio is a veteran surgeon with 15 years of experience in the field of Andrology and Reconstruction. He is also one of the largest penile prosthesis implanters in Europe, as well as the surgeon who performs the largest number of procedures for the correction of complex cases of Peyronie's disease. He has been invited to lecture and perform surgery in 21 different countries, in 6 different continents.
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