Peyronie´s disease Treatment
Andropeyronie® is a medical penile traction device designed to treat Peyronie’s disease and penile curvature.
Price from $99 / €99 / 89£ / 149 AU$-CA$.
Why Andropeyronie® Extender?
Reduces curved penis by 60% and pain reduction.
Increases penis length 1.5 cm or 0.6″.
Provides safer results and improves sexual function.
What is Andropeyronie?
In 2018 all penile extenders of Andromedical® include the patented Androcomfort® band which spreads the pressure on the glans over a larger area, making the treatment easier for the patient. This is the 3rd generation of #1 medical extender.
It is estimated that 1% – 3% of men suffer from penile curvature, according to Mayo Clinic’s scientific studies. In the United States, there are 1.4 million men who suffer from Peyronie’s disease. The most common cause for a curved penis is Peyronie’s disease .
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Andromedical collaborates with urologists who can supervise your treatment in the most prestigious clinics like Mayo Clinic, Cedars-Sinai, Marshall Urology, NEMG Urology, Z Urology, North GA Urology, Jefferson Urology, Princeton Urology Group (USA), Pommerville Urology, BC Center (Canada), Moorgate Andrology (UK), St. Vincent´s Clinic, Coastal Urology (Australia), Advanced Urology (Singapore), etc. (doctor´s fees are not included).
ANDROPEYRONIE is classified as a Class 2 Medical Device by USA (FDA) and as a Class I Medical Device by Australia (ARTG), Canada (CMDCAS), Mexico (Cofepris), Russia (ФС) and Europe (CE).
How is Andropeyronie?
Andropeyronie® is composed of a plastic base ring, two metal shafts with internal springs, and an upper plastic support with a silicone band.
- Androcomfort, comfort daily use band
- Androdynamo, new sliding & traction system
- Androrods, customize your device
- ANDROSUPPORT, customize your curvature
Andropeyronie® is Clinically Tested
“Penile traction therapy (PTT) seems an effective treatment for the acute phase (AP) of Peyronie’s disease (PD) in terms of pain reduction, penile curvature decrease, and improvement in sexual function.” Read Clinical Studies
Dr. Martínez-Salamanca, Urologist, Universitary Hospital PdH, Spain
“The efficacy and safety of penile traction devices (such as the Andropenis device from Andromedical), for men with Peyronie’s disease and in post operative penile surgical cases to maintain or gain penile length.” Read testimonials.
Dr. Hellstrom, Urologist, University of New Orleans, USA
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What exactly is Andropeyronie?
Andropeyronie is a penis extender device developed by medical professionals. It has been designed to help with bent, curved penises, or those struggling with Peyronie’s disease. What’s more, it can help reduce natural penile curvature caused by injuries or by Peyronie’s disease… and it can even increase the length and girth of the penis, too.
Why haven't I heard of this treatment before?
Andropeyronie is the latest innovation in its field. Until recently, penile curvatures were thought to be only treatable with invasive, often aggressive, surgery which could reduce the length of the penis.
How does the Andropeyronie device work?
This device uses traction, and pulls the penis in the opposite direction of the curvature. Over time, this corrects the curve, and also stimulates growth in the penis.
How can this device cause the penis to grow?
The increase in size caused by Andropeyronie happens as a result of tissue reacting to continuous traction. By applying this pressure, the cells inside the penis will divide and multiply, leading to greater growth and length.
Can it prevent the penis size reduction associated with Peyronie?
The degradation of tissue caused by Peyronie’s disease can cause the penis to shorten, especially if left untreated. The Andropeyronie medical extender device helps to correct the curvature caused by Peyronie’s or by an injury, but it also stimulates the growth of the penis, too.
Is the principle of traction used elsewhere?
In a word, yes. Traction is used as a principle in a wide range of surgical procedures. These include tissue expansion for the covering of hair loss areas, burns and defects, and in orthopedics, too. Traction can lengthen the bones, and it is used in various tribal cultures worldwide for the lengthening of necks, and extending of lips, earlobes and more besides.
How do I carry out the treatment?
Andropeyronie needs to be used when the penis is in a flaccid state. Firstly, it needs to be placed on the penis and fastened, and arranged so that the stronger traction force is applied on the side of the penis opposite the curve. This will allow the device to pull the penis into a straight position, and correct the curvature of the penis. Andropeyronie needs to be worn for eight to nine hours per day, with a break every two hours.
What age is appropriate for the treatment?
This treatment is aimed for patients aged 18 and over. However, there appears to be no upper age limit for Andropeyronie – we’ve studied men of 60 and 70 years, and the traction was proven to stimulate growth with these subjects, too.
Do the results last?
Indeed they do. The results do not diminish with time and are highly durable.
Does the stretching of the penis cause it to become thinner?
Thankfully not. Andropeyronie stimulates the division of cells within the penile tissue, causing growth in all dimensions. It will not only get longer, it will get thicker as well.
How to use Andropeyronie Extender
Will I experience any pain or discomfort?
The extender should cause no pain whatsoever. Before becoming accustomed to the device, you may experience some slight discomfort. However, this should pass within a couple of days.
Do I need to remove the device when using the toilet?
The device must be removed when you go to the toilet.
Can I use the device discreetly and with nobody noticing?
The Andropeyronie is very discreet, and almost totally unnoticeable. However, it’s a good idea to wear loose trousers while using it.
Should I use the device while sleeping?
When you sleep, you make uncontrolled movements. As such, the Andropeyronie is not recommended for wearing while asleep, as it could cause injury to the penis. What’s more, you will not be able to take the periodical rests required.
What happens if I get an erection?
This really depends on the hardness of the erection. If you become semi-erect, you will feel some painless pressure. However, a very hard erection can cause the extender to loosen (although it shouldn’t become unattached). If it’s uncomfortable, simply take a break from using the extender until the erection passes.
Do I have to wear any special clothes?
Loose clothing is advised for maximum discretion.
Is it a problem if I spend a lot of time sitting down?
This shouldn’t make any difference. We would perhaps recommend taking more frequent breaks if this is the case.
Does the device rust if in contact with water? How can I clean it?
The Andropeyronie is made from materials which do not rust. You can clean it once per week with mild soap and warm water.
Does the device need greasing or lubricating?
The joint between the 4th and 5th parts of the device (as shown in the instructions) should be oiled.
Do I need to put batteries in the device?
As the Andropeyronie is entirely mechanical, it does not require any source of electricity.
Peyronie's disease (PD) is an accumulation of collagen in the penis that forms a scar, producing a deformity and pain in the erectile state. This disease affects between 1%-8% of men. The ANDROMEDICAL laboratory announces the great potential of a new...