Penis Curvature, Improvements after Treatments

Attention, in this article we publish some examples of case studies on improving penile curvature, with phases of therapy and photographic documentation of the different phases. Included are the details of the time and the therapies taken. From case 3 onwards Ginkgo Biloba (single) and Tradamix have been replaced by the product "Siligin" based on Silimarina and Ginkgo Biloba. From January 2017 Pentossifillin can be taken with the same efficacy transcutaneously via the Idrobrea® device

Case 1: Patient of 62 years

Treatment with MULTIMODAL THERAPY consisting of:

  • Peri- plaque of pentoxyphyllin (for 6 months with 2 infiltrations per month + 12 months with infiltrations every month)
  • Domestic therapy for 18 months with Propolberry 3p 1 cp per day, Rigentex 400 UI x2, Dolaut gel 1 per day, Gynko biloba 500 mg per gg alternate, Tradamix tx 1000 - 1 cp at

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  • Fig.1, 2, 3: Situation immediately before multimodal treatment (left corner about 90 degrees).
  • Fig.4.5: situation after 12 months of multimodal care. Fig.6: situation after 18 months of multimodal care.

Case 2: Patient of 38 years

Treated with MULTIMODAL THERAPY consisting of:

  • pentoxyphyllin peri-plaque infiltrations (for 6 months with two monthly infiltrations + 12 months with infiltrations every month)
  • + home therapy for 18 months with Propolberry 3p 1 cp per day, Rigentex 400 UI x2, Dolaut gel 1 per day, Gynko biloba 500 mg at alternate gg, Tradamix tx 1000 - 1 cp at

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  • Fig.1: Immediately before multimodal treatment (dorsal curve of about 45 degrees), the most apical portion of the penis is parallel to the abdominal plane.
  • Fig.2: Situation after 18 months of multimodal treatment, curve reduced to a few degrees, notice the abdominal profile, far more distant from the more apical part of the penis. The appearance of the penis is more physiological and "banana".

Case 3: Patient 49 years old

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  • Fig.1: Before treatment, bend to the right.
  • Fig.2: after 6 months multimodal treatment, the disappearance of the curvature remains small "S" deformation.
  • Fig.3: After 18 months of oral multimodal therapy + infiltration, periplex with pentossiphilin, Return to normal form.

Case 4: Patient of 68 years

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  • Fig.1: before treatment.
  • Fig.2: After 3 months of hydrophoresis only (Idrobrea®)

Case 5: Patient of 31 years

Oral multimodal therapy + peri-plaque infiltration of pentoxifylline fig5.jpg

  • Fig.1: first
  • Fig.2: after 18 months of care

Case 6: Patient of 43 years

Oral multimodal therapy + peri-plaque infiltration of pentoxifylline fig6.jpg

  • Fig.1: first.
  • Fig.2: after 6 months of treatment.

Case 7: Patient of 50 years

Oral multimodal therapy + peri-plaque infiltration of pentoxifylline fig7.jpg

  • Fig.1: first.
  • Fig.2: after 6 months of treatment.

Case 8: Patient of 51 years

Oral multimodal therapy + peri-plaque infiltration of pentoxifylline fig8.jpg

  • Fig.1: first.
  • Fig.2: after 6 months of treatment.

Case 9: Patient of 60 years

After 1 year of multimodal therapy fig9.jpg

  • Fig.1: first.
  • Fig.2: Next

Case 10: Patient of 42 years

After oral multimodal therapy + peri-plaque infiltrations of Pentossifillin fig10.jpg

  • Fig.1.3: First.
  • Fig.2.4: after 6 months of treatment

Case 11: Patient of 44 years

After oral multimodal therapy + peri-plaque infiltrations of Pentossifillin fig11.jpg

  • Fig.1: first.
  • Fig.2: after 6 months of treatment

Case 12: Patient of 48 years

After oral multimodal therapy + peri-plaque infiltrations of Pentossifillin fig12.jpg Fig.1,2,3,4: Sequence of improvement during therapy.