The Kansas City Men’s Clinic Launches Online Guide to Treating Peyronie’s Disease and Erectile Dysfunction Simultaneously

Kansas City, Missouri (PRBuzz) August 14, 2017 - Kansas City Sexual Health Clinic Discusses the Dangers of Treating ED With Viagra While Suffering From Peyronie’s Disease.

The Kansas City Men’s Clinic located in Kansas City, Missouri announce the launch of their online guide discussing the risk of taking erection inducing drugs while suffering from Peyronie’s Disease. The physicians at Kansas City Men’s Clinic specialize in men’s sexual dysfunction problems. Month after month they see many cases of men with Peyronie’s Disease while also suffering from the symptoms of Erectile Dysfunction. These sexual dysfunction problems are entirely separate disorders, but often are seen together. Research indicates that Erectile Dysfunction is seen in 80% of Peyronie’s Disease patients.

The Kansas City Men’s Clinic wants men to exercise caution if they suffer from Peyronie’s Disease and are being treated for erectile dysfunction.  The exact cause of Peyronie’s Disease is unknown, but sexual healthcare providers believe it to be the result of penis injuries or genetics. Peyronie’s Disease is characterized by an accumulation of fibrous scar tissue formed in the tunica albuginea located beneath the surface of the penis. This scar tissue causes unnatural curving or bending in the penis, and painful erections. Sometimes pain in the penis is present even without an erection. The doctors at the Kansas City Men’s Clinic encourage patients to think of Peyronie’s Disease as a penile injury that needs time and care to heal properly. 

Research suggests that if men are experiencing Erectile Dysfunction with Peyronie’s Disease, that their body is acting as a defense mechanism to prevent them from having strong erections that may result in further damage to their penis. Erectile Dysfunction is a man’s inability to achieve and sustain an erection strong enough for sexual intercourse. Using erection inducing medications, like Viagra, could risk further damage to the penis making Peyronie’s Disease worse. The package insert found in Viagra states: ‘Viagra should be used with caution in patients with anatomical deformation of the penis (such as angulation, cavernosal fibrosis, or Peyronie’s Disease)’.  For more information about treating Peyronie’s Disease and erectile dysfunction simultaneously, consumers are encouraged to visit the Kansas City Men’s Clinic at:

http://thekansascitymensclinic.com/peyronies-disease-erectile-dysfunction/

According to the Kansas City Men’s Clinic, patients suffering from Peyronie’s Disease and Erectile Dysfunction come to their office frustrated with previous treatment plans. The medical staff frequently hear stories about previous treatment plans that treated one condition, but not the other. Beginning a treatment plan for Erectile Dysfunction without addressing the Peyronie’s Disease can be detrimental to a man’s long-term penile health. The patients that are seen at the Kansas City Men’s Clinic suffering from these conditions together are a special case, requiring a customized treatment plan. The Kansas City Men’s Clinic has a 97% success rate for customized treatment plans, offering the most variety in FDA approved treatment options.

Men will find the top doctors for treating men’s sexual dysfunctions at the Kansas City Men’s Clinic.  Their focus is on helping men suffering from common sexual health problems like Erectile Dysfunction, Peyronie’s Disease, Premature Ejaculation, and Low Testosterone. The specialists at the Kansas City Men’s Clinic encourage men suffering from any of these sexual health disorders to seek a healthcare provider who is experienced in treating such sexual health issues.  Their team also feels that a general practitioner may not have the experience or access to FDA approved treatment plans.  The Kansas City Men’s Clinic is located at 1010 Carondelet Drive, Suite 416, Kansas City, MO 64114. They provide a relaxing, male appealing lobby and waiting area to make a patient’s experience as comfortable as possible. Their mission is to create the most discreet, relaxing, and masculine environment for patients to seek treatment for their sexual health. The medical staff at the Kansas City Men’s Clinic encourage men who are frustrated with previous treatment plans for sexual dysfunction disorders to call (816) 533-4420 or schedule an appointment online.  Patient appointments are available Monday through Friday between 9AM and 5PM.

Brandon C. Ray
Clinic Manager
Kansas City Men's Clinic 
1010 Carondelet Drive, STE 416
Kansas City, MO 64114
t: 816-800-5404
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