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Peyronie's Disease Treatment

A specialised treatment program aimed at improving the symptoms and enhancing Peyronie’s Disease.

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RegenLab technology offers a natural source of growth factors derived from the patient's own blood.

Peyronie’s Disease Improvement by RegenLab® PRP

What is RegenPRP®?

The Regen Lab technology utilises a thixotropic gel to isolate blood components, a method safeguarded by multiple patents (US8529957, EP2073862, US2014010857). Thixotropy refers to the property of certain gels to change viscosity under mechanical stress. In this process, the gel serves as a mechanical separator, effectively isolating the desired blood components for therapeutic use.


Why does RegenPRP® differ from others?

Regen Lab’s Quality System Management guarantees the consistent quality of our products, fully compliant with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). Our production facility maintains monitored atmospheric conditions to ensure the manufacture of non-pyrogenic medical devices.

RegenLab® devices employ separating gel technology to isolate plasma and platelets from blood cells, yielding RegenPRP with a standardised composition.

With the A-CP-HA tube, a blood volume of 6 ml is drawn, enabling the creation of a final mixture comprising 60% PRP and 40% HA in a volume of approximately 5 ml.


What Is The Benefits Of This Technology?

  • Technology Advantage: Proven role in the healing of tissues, with key roles in cell migration, proliferation, and differentiation.
  • Scientific Advantages of RegenPRP: The mechanism of action comprises anti-inflammatory activity and activation of cell-signaling cascades.
  • Cellular Matrix Platform: Mechanism of action comprises anti-inflammatory activity and activation of cell-signaling cascades.
  • Biological Advantages: The mechanism of action comprises anti-inflammatory activity and activation of cell-signaling cascades.


What Is Peyronie’s Disease?

Peyronie’s disease, named after François Gigot de la Peyronie, a French surgeon from the 18th century, is a relatively uncommon yet distressing condition characterised by an abnormal curvature of the penis during erection. This condition can profoundly impact a man’s self-esteem, sexual function, and overall quality of life. In this article, we delve into the causes, symptoms, diagnostic methods, and available treatment options for Peyronie’s disease.

While the precise cause of Peyronie’s disease remains elusive, several factors are thought to contribute to its development. A prevailing theory suggests that the condition arises from the formation of fibrous scar tissue, known as plaque, within the penile tissue, resulting in curvature and deformity. Trauma or injury to the penis, whether during sexual activity or medical procedures, is believed to be a triggering factor. Additionally, genetic predisposition, certain connective tissue disorders, and inflammation may also influence the onset of Peyronie’s disease.

The primary indication of Peyronie’s disease is the development of a curved or bent penis during an erection. This curvature can range from mild to severe, potentially making sexual intercourse uncomfortable or painful. Other symptoms may include the presence of lumps or firm plaques beneath the skin of the penis, discomfort or sensitivity during erection, and difficulties with erectile function. It’s important to recognise the psychological toll of Peyronie’s disease, as it can lead to feelings of anxiety, depression, and a diminished sense of self-esteem.

If you suspect you may have Peyronie’s disease, seeking medical advice is crucial. A healthcare provider specialising in urology or sexual medicine will conduct a comprehensive physical examination and review your medical history, including any incidents of trauma or injury to the penis. Additional diagnostic tests, such as ultrasound imaging, may be employed to assess the degree of curvature and the presence of plaques.


RegenPRP® For Peyronie’s Disease at He Clinic

Following a recent PRP workshop held at He Clinic, led by Dr Sebastian Beley, a renowned urologist, and sponsored by Regen Labs, we are excited to introduce this innovative treatment option to individuals affected by Peyronie’s disease.
With no reported adverse effects observed in patients who received these injections, and considering that approximately 7.1% of the male population experiences Peyronie’s disease, this development marks a significant advancement in addressing the condition. Furthermore, given that intralesional collagenase (Xiapex) injections, the only FDA-approved treatment, will soon be unavailable, our introduction of PRP therapy presents a timely and promising alternative.
Peyronie’s disease often involves the presence of calcified scar plaques, making autologous PRP combined with hyaluronic acid a compelling treatment option. This procedure typically takes about one hour, and we are pleased to offer it at a rate of 19,900 baht for one session. We are currently scheduling complimentary consultations with our experienced medical team to discuss this innovative treatment further and determine its suitability for individual patients.


Now gets 10% off from 19,900 baht to 18,000 baht

Recommend injection once a month for at least four times.
Course four sessions 59,900 baht


Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to common questions about our PRP for Peyronie's Disease.

HA-PRP is a therapy that harnesses the healing properties of a patient’s own blood. In PRP treatment for Peyronie’s Disease, concentrated platelets are injected into the affected area to stimulate tissue repair and regeneration, potentially reducing penile curvature and improving erectile function.

HA-PRP therapy is considered safe when performed by a qualified medical professional. Since PRP utilises the patient’s own blood components, there is minimal risk of adverse reactions or complications. However, as with any medical procedure, individual results may vary, and potential risks should be discussed with your healthcare provider.

RegenLab® devices use a separating gel technology that separates the plasma and
platelets from the blood cells to produce RegenPRP with a standardised composition.

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