Peyronie’s Disease, or curvature of the penis, can represent a serious and overwhelming challenge to men and their partners, including emotional and sexual difficulties. As makers of the P.D.A.D., Peyronie’s Disease Assessment Device, UroSciences wants to provide our users with as many resources as possible for Peyronie’s Disease support and information. Below we’ve outlined some websites of interest for those impacted by the disease.
Mayo Clinic Peyronie’s Disease Information
The Mayo Clinic website offers thorough coverage of PD, including an explanation of the disorder and the symptoms of Peyronie’s Disease, which include pain, decrease in penis length, and erection problems, and when to see a doctor.
National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearing House
As a service of the National Institute for Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), the NKUDIC offers considerable information on the causes and treatment of Peyronie’s Disease. The website also includes information on current research on Peyronie’s Disease and how to participate in clinical trials.
Urology Care Foundation
As the official foundation of the American Urological Association, UCF provides substantial information on Peyronie’s Disease, including a glossary of terms associated with curvature of the penis, and statistics on the frequency of the disease.
More information on the P.D.A.D., Peyronie’s Disease Assessment Device, the only device designed for assessing and tracking treatment for PD.
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