It has been a frustrating journey for you hopping from one to the other on-line web sites.
Did your penile Doppler test reveal chronic inflammation of tunica albuginea? Did the doctors at Apollo Hospital give the diagnosis of Peyronie's disease? If not, then you definitely do not have Peyronie's disease. Self diagnosis can be misleading. Moreover, it aggravates despondency making one feel hopeless and helpless.
does not cause Peyronie's disease. Not all people with Peyronie's disease have difficulty in erection. People with Peyronie's disease can have erection and sexual intercourse. The sexual intercourse may be painful for people with Peyronie's disease.
You would not have married in February 2012 if you knew that you did not get erection.
You must be having erections then, but may not be having erections as strong as you would have liked.
There are other causes in newly married of not being able to do sexual intercourse. These are more common and eventually they lead to failure in getting erection.
With the high levels of despondency and helplessness that you presently have you will benefit by visiting a Sex Therapist. It is not uncommon for us to get such cases 3 days, 3 months, 3 years and even 6 years after marriage. They are DEFINITELY treatable.
If you have doubts visit an Urologist
who will tell you conclusively whether you have Peyronie's disease or not.
With best wishes,
Dr. Ashok Koparday