Sexual Health Q&A
What are some complications of a graft procedure for Peyronie’s disease?
After grafting surgery, some men have less sensitivity at the tip of the penis. The penis can also become shorter.
Another possible complication is erectile dysfunction. However, erectile dysfunction can be treated with oral medications, suppositories, and vacuum devices. (Click here for more information on erectile dysfunction and its treatment.)
In addition, decreased sensitivity may lead to decreased feeling of orgasm or its complete loss, however, ejaculation remains normal.
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