Improving your Peyronies disease with PRP

PRP, or platelet-rich plasma is an established therapy used in a variety of medical specialties. These include dentistry, urology, orthopaedics, and aesthetic medicine, and surgery. It is extremely useful in regenerating fibrotic and/or inflammatory tissues.

PRP can also be useful to help treat Peyronie’s disease and medical studies have shown it to be effective in the same mechanism.

Some patients prefer to try more conservative therapy before embarking on a surgical correction. The advantage of PRP perhaps over a surgical approach is that there is little or no downtime, certainly no time off work.

If you are considering a non-surgical approach then arrange a consultation with one of our Urology specialists today for an assessment of your Peyronies disease. Not all cases of Peyronies disease are suitable for PRP therapy, and we are here to help guide you in terms of treatment options.

PRP treatment. How its done

A blood sample is taken from your arm, just like a routine visit to the GP. This blood sample is then placed in a centrifuge that spins the blood at a very fast rate. This spinning of the blood separates the blood platelets. These blood platelets contain growth factors which repair damaged tissue in the body, naturally. As the Urologist prepares the injection you will see the blood platelets within the tube that is taken from the centrifuge. Its identifiable by its pale staw colour.

The blood platelets are then injected directly into the scar tissue. This scar tissue sits within the tunica albuginea of the penis. This layer of the penis is often referred to as the envelope of the penis. The scar tissue is flat and is called “ plaque”.

The treatment from start to finish will take around 45 minute to one hour and you will be able to go home on the same day. We offer PRP treatments for peyronies disease in London, Manchester and Sheffield.

Depending on the presentation of your peyronies disease symptoms, you may need more than once treatment. As a general rule, a course of three treatments are recommended, each one about one month apart.

PRP results in peyronies disease

By repairing damaged tissue the goal is to help slow down the progression of the disease and improve as much as possible the curvature. This is why this is a popular treatment choice in the so called “acute phase “of the disease. This is because if we can treat the condition early when there are early changes in the penis, we may a good opportunity to see improvement. What’s more, in the acute phase of the disease it is not advisable to undergo a surgical correction because there is a greater chance of recurrence of the disease if operated too early.

Scientific studies, reported in sex health issues in 2017, demonstrated a 70 % success rate in penile curvature and deformity.

If after the therapy you are not happy still with the angulation of the penis, then a surgical correction will most probably be required to make the penis straighter.

It should be remembered that every case is different and not all patients respond that the same rate. Some patients will respond better than others to PRP treatment and a consultation with the Urologist is a useful place to start to assess your suitability.

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    Which Urologists perform PRP treatment for peyronei disease?

    Dr Greta Peciulyte and Dr Gerasimos Fragkoulis perform Platelet rich plasma for peyronies disease. Both Doctors are on the GMC Specialist register for Urology.

    Where can I get this treatment?

    PRP treatment for peyronies disease is available in our London, Sheffield and Manchester clinics

    How long does the PRP treatment take?

    It tales around one hour and your can go home directly afterwards

    How do I know if my peyronies disease is in the acute or stable phase?

    Peyronies disease goes through two stages, an acute phase where sometimes there is pain on erection and a bending of the penis. Eventually, between six and twelve months the bending stops and the disease enters the stable phase, you will hear this sometimes referred to as the chronic phase. PRP treatment can be considered in peyronies disease in both the acute and stable phase.

    Will photos help assess my peyronies disease?

    Yes, they can be very useful in assessing penile curvature. We will need to see several photos of the penis is in full erection to give a considered opinion. It is very important that the penis is in full erection for this assessment. Some patients experience some element of erectile dysfunction when they have peyronies disease. In such cases , we can induce an artificial erection in the clinic to assess the curvature.

    How many treatments are needed for peyronies disease?

    In many cases a course of three treatments are recommended, each one about one month apart. At your consultation with the Urologist , he / she will give you an idea of the number of treatments potentially required.

    If finance available for PRP treatment?

    Yes, we have interest free finance available up to one year and a maximum of £ 3000. It is easly to apply and we will help you with this

    How much does PRP treatment cost for peyronies disease?

    Each session costs £850

    Is there follow up and support after PRP?

    Yes, we have our own patient care team who will guide you through the procedures and arrange follow up appointments as required with the Urologists for you.

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