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What is the Curve? The Emotional Impact of Peyronie’s Disease

Communication Between Partners

Talking about sexual problems isn’t always easy. There can be discomfort, fear of hurt or rejection, or frustration in getting a message across. But it’s important to try. Being open about Peyronie’s disease can help both parties work through the issue and keep their relationship strong.

It doesn’t need to be one long, heavy conversation. Instead, partners can talk as much and as often as they need to. For example, they might talk about alternate ways to be intimate one day. At another time, a man may express fear of rejection and the partner can reassure him. Whatever way partners choose to discuss it, being open with each other can ease each other’s worries and support each other through what lies ahead.

Couples can face Peyronie’s disease together and work together as a team to come up with a solution. In some cases, counseling may help them sort out their feelings and learn to talk to each other in constructive, meaningful ways.


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