The psychological impact of Peyronie’s disease can be overwhelming. It’s natural to feel angry, alone, embarrassed and frustrated. After all, this condition affects one of the most important parts of your life — intimacy and closeness with your partner. Psychologist Christian Nelson addresses these issues and provides answers to commonly asked questions about Peyronie’s and intimacy.
Insights on Psychological Impact from Drs. Mulhall and Nelson Psychological and Relationship.
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To help you find answers and better understand this condition, a question-and-answer forum has been developed, where Dr. Laurence Levine and Dr. John Mulhall, along with other members of the APDA Medical Advisory Board and guest contributors, answer questions from patients and their partners. As leaders in Peyronie’s disease research and treatment, board members provide comprehensive and unbiased information about a broad range of topics.