Peyronie's Disease Treatment

Inconclusive success has been attributed to oral use of para-aminobenzoate, a substance belonging to the family of B-complex molecules.
Radiation Therapy
Radiation therapy, in which high-energy rays are aimed at the plaque, has been used as a treatment for Peyronie's disease. Like some of the chemical treatments for this condition, radiation therapy appears to reduce pain, but it has no effect at all on the plaque itself and can cause unwelcome side effects.
Other Experimental Treatments for Peyronie's Disease
Researchers have tried injecting chemical agents directly into the plaque associated with Peyronie's disease. These agents have included:
These treatment options are still considered unproven, because the research studies only included small numbers of patients and lacked adequate control groups.
Steroids, such as cortisone, have produced unwanted side effects, such as the atrophy or death of healthy tissues.
Another treatment method for Peyronie's disease involves iontophoresis, the use of a painless current of electricity to deliver verapamil or some other agent under the skin into the plaque.
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