Side effect penile curvature after surgery to remove alternative dermis (Payrony’s disease?)
Q: I’m a man in my mid-40s. Twenty-one days ago, I visited the urologist and had my penile replacement dermis removed. 14 days after surgery, I untied the thread. You’ve got a lot of hematoma. The syringe drained the blood. About 10cc.
There are no problems such as pain, but when you get an erection, it looks as if you have penile dyslexia (Payrony’s disease?)
I removed the alternative dermis through a whaling line incision. It has been 18 months since the replacement dermis was put in, but it was removed completely because it was barely removed.
The hematoma near the penis root is removed with a syringe, but the area is caught if you touch the hematoma to see if it is left.
It will be absorbed over time, but the problem is that the penises are bent upward in a U-shape.
I’m usually fine. When you get an erection, your earlobes look up at the sky. I don’t think it’s going to be inserted in the case of course 비아그라판매
Is it one of the side effects after removing the dermis? Do you think we can cure it?
A: Erection with hematoma and scar after dermis removal can cause curvature of the penis. Enough
Inflammation or hematoma will improve about 90 to 180 days after alternative dermis removal, and penile dysplasia will also disappear. Don’t worry.