A Treatment Guide for Curvature of the Penis
Laurence A. Levine, M.D.
Are You Coping with Peyronie’s Disease?
If you’re coping with Peyronie’s disease, you already know the psychological and physical pain that can come from it. And, you’re not alone—it’s estimated that as may as 10 percent of adult men are affected by Peyronie’s disease.
Laurence A. Levine, M.D., understands your concerns. He’s a urologist and an expert on Peyronie’s disease. Now, in Understanding Peyronie’s Disease, he draws from years of experience in treating patients to bring you answers to the most-asked questions about the disorder. Among questions he answers:
- What causes Peyronie’s disease?
- What are the common symptoms?
- Why is it important to get a medical evaluation as soon as possible?
- What is involved in getting a diagnosis?
- What non-surgical treatments are available?
- What are the surgical options and when should I consider them?
- Does treatment resolve erectile dysfunction?
The Book that Will Thoroughly Answer Your Questions!
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With this well-organized and easy to understand content, we finally have the first patient guidebook. This book makes a tremendous contribution to patient education on this condition. Every Peyronie’s disease patient faces the critical and confusing challenge of making informed decisions about treatment. The book provides the necessary understanding to meet that challenge.—Dean Hill, President, Peyronie’s Disease Society, www.PeyroniesSociety.org
I highly recommend this informative book for all men and their partners. It is comprehensive, yet easy to understand. It answers so many questions about treatment and quells the fears of those men who suffer in silence.—Stan Hardin, President and Co-founder Association of Peyronie’s Disease Advocates
This book is complete, accurate, and patient-friendly. It is an excellent resource for men with Peyronie’s disease and their partners.—Culley Carson, M.D., Chief of Urology, University of North Carolina School of Medicine
This book is both informational and educational in tone and is highly recommended for all libraries—public, hospital, university, and consumer.—”The Consumer Connection”