Fix penile fibrosis using these methods

Fix penile fibrosis using these methods

Penile fibrosis affects about 22% of men.

And doctors don’t know what makes this fibrosis so common.

Many men are suffering from the inability to get erections.

And the reason is that there is scar tissue on penis — creating penile fibrosis.

In some men, the fibrosis results in a curved penis or a lump on the penis shaft.

This is commonly known as Peyronie’s disease.

But more many more men have penile fibrosis without Peyronie’s.

In fact, very few men with penile fibrosis end up with the symptoms of Peyronie’s.

So doctors don’t really know what to think of it.

And they don’t know what it is, so they don’t tell anybody about it.

Worse yet, many don’t know how to treat it.

The Big Pharma companies have stepped in by trying to get doctors to prescribe drugs called PDE-5 inhibitors.

These include Viagra, Cialis, Levitra.

But those drugs increase nitric oxide levels in your body.

And as I’ve been telling you for a while, nitric oxide causes leaky blood vessels, premature aging, and inflammation.

That’s just a start… they cause a host of other problems, too.

So you really don’t want to increase nitric oxide in the body.

This study shows two things.

First, the study shows how penile fibrosis develops.

And then it shows how you can fix it.

We’ll talk about how penile fibrosis develops first.

Penile fibrosis develops when the penile tissues do not get enough oxygen.

When tissues don’t get enough oxygen, it’s called hypoxia.

The tissues don’t get a lot of oxygen because your carbon dioxide levels are too low.

Carbon dioxide levels must be high for oxygen to reach the tissues.

So when you have low carbon dioxide levels in the body, your penile tissues get hypoxia.

And the fibrotic tissue damage leads to all sorts of troubles.

Now the article goes on with a bit of a study showing how they were able to fix some fibrosis using these drugs like Viagra.

However, I think what they really did was induce erections.

Inducing erections will prevent or fix penile fibrosis, but it’s better not to do it with nitric oxide.

Most men who have penile fibrosis won’t have any luck with Viagra.

Their fibrosis is far too advanced for Viagra to help them with erections.

It’s long past working.

None of those drugs will work if you have really bad penile fibrosis.

But in my opinion, the whole point of the study is that it just reinforces some of what I have found over the years working with many men.

And what I found is that once you stop having erections, penile fibrosis sets in.

For erections, you need to either use it or lose it.

If you are having trouble getting erections, there’s a chance that you may have penile fibrosis.

If you don’t get morning wood, and if drugs like Viagra really don’t do much, you may very well have penile fibrosis.

And if you’re over 40 or 50 years old, your chances are even higher.

If you have difficulty getting erections and are diabetic, have high blood pressure, or prostate issues, you may be suffering from penile fibrosis.

Now there is some good news.

You can fix penile fibrosis using these methods.

Penile fibrosis is absolutely reversible… so long as you stay away from the PDE-5 inhibitors and nitric oxide.

There are some simple solutions, some of which don’t even include medication.

You can try bag breathing to increase your carbon dioxide.

Supplementing with thiamine helps — vitamin B1.

There are also prescriptions for increasing carbon dioxide such as Acetazolamide.

Each of these will help to increase your carbon dioxide and so increase your oxygen levels.

The increased oxygen prevents further fibrosis and even reverses existing fibrosis.

There are also some things that will dissolve away the fibrosis in the penile tissues.

Serrapeptase, proteolytic enzymes, aspirin, collagen or gelatin, and taurine are all supportive of removing penile fibrosis.

Here is another study which reinforces the problem very directly:

The researchers found that the erectile response diminishes when you are suffering from low oxygen.

This is because less oxygen is reaching the penile tissues, causing penile hypoxia.

Hypoxia alters the erectile and contractile responses of penis.

It’s becoming more and more clear.

Metabolic problems such as oxidative stress and inflammation in the body result in low oxygen reaching the tissues.

The tissues become fibrotic.

The male penile tissue is one of those tissues that suffers from fibrosis.

Failure to have regular erections will make the fibrosis set in quicker.

And eventually, it becomes very hard to reverse.

Fortunately, if you can catch it in time, it could be quite reversible.

And sometimes it can be reversed even later in the game.

Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Effect of sildenafil administration on penile hypoxia induced by cavernous neurotomy in the rat 

Altered contractile response of penis under hypoxia with metabolic acidosis

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