Been searching your site, have ordered Neprinol, but have not found the alternative product suggested for the synergy ‘maybe’ needed — besides Vitamin E, which I take.
Please read this page from the PDI website, “Synergy and Treatment of Peyronie’s Disease.”
In this discussion you will learn that synergy results from the combined use of several different therapies, but not any particular therapies. For successful Peyronie’s disease treatment the more therapy and wider variety of therapy products that are used, the deeper and more effective your synergy will be – the more the merrier.
Synergy is a natural reaction when groups of similar things are combined. Let’s take for example people. If we combine a group of people who are slightly bad, when they get together they will tend to do things and behave in a way that is generally more bad than they would if they were not together. In a similar way, if we combine a group of people who are good, when they get together they will tend to do things and behave in a way that is generally better than they would if they were not together. I suppose you can say that by combining similar things the natural tendency of those things is intensified. This is synergy. There is no limit to the number of things you can add for synergy to happen, and everything seems to be affected by it so you can use any Peyronie treatment you want to cause it to help you.
In the Alternative Medicine treatment of Peyronie’s disease we use different therapies that have been shown to be slightly effective as a Peyronie’s therapy. But when you combine them – the more the better – you get an increase of this ability to reverse the Peyronies problem.
Further, since no one can tell which of the Peyronies therapies you need most and which you are lowest in, we approach treatment from a broad base that you supply all of those that could be helpful so that you are not missing any and this will also strengthen the effect of synergy on your problem. Let me know if you have any more questions about the Alternative Medicine treatment of Peyronies disease. TRH
Hi Dr. Is it best to take neprinol on an empty stomach ?
Yes, it is best to take Neprinol at least 90 minutes before or ninety minutes after you eat.
If you are only taking Neprinol as a Peyronies treatment you are likely making a mistake. Neprinol works best when taken as the primary component of a larger aggressive treatment plan.
You are also making a mistake by buying your Neprinol from people who do not know about Peyronie’s disease and cannot guide you and give you advice for care. When you purchase Neprinol form PDI you will be given a great amount of information that will tell you how to use this product – and all the other products you will need to take – correctly. Our prices cannot be beat and out PD help is second to none. TRH
Hi, I just ordered your massage CD.
Have you any knowledge on the product serrapeptase or nattokinase?
They are in a category of systemic enzymes which are fibrolytic — fibrolytic enzymes break down fibrin and reduce or prevent scarring. Examples of these are serrapeptase and nattokinase. So, more precisely, could a fibrolytic enzyme like serrapeptase possibly reduce the fibrosis in the penis?
Best to you,
Certainly. Since 2002 PDI has advocated the use of the fibrinolytic enzymes, nattokinase and serrapeptase to treat Peyronies disease. You may learn more about them here Enzymes (Neprinol, Nattokinase and Fibrozym) for Peyronie’s Treatment. TRH
I am taking a combination of Neprinol, Vitamin C and Vitamin E. Can you advise me of a good number of each to be taken per day? I am currently taking 6 Neprinol per day, 3,000 mg of Vitamin C and 800IU of Vitamin E per day. Is this a safe amount that will effect Peyronies disease?
As I write repeatedly in these commentaries, there is no way to know ahead of time if any therapy plan is going to be effective for any particular person’s Peyronie’s condition or what dosage will work for you. This is why it is essential each plan should be as varied and aggressive as possible, and that it is followed faithfully each day. Because you will be able to monitor the size, shape, density and surface features of your scar before therapy begins and as it continues you will know whether your plan is working. If it is working, you continue following your plan. If it is not working, you slowly increase the dosage of your plan until you begin to notice changes in the scar.
It is essential that you not just take your various supplements, but that you “work” your plan. The PDI concept of determining the dosage of Alternative Medicine to treat Peyronie’s disease is based on a simple system followed to prescribe drugs in medical practice.
This is how your medical doctor fine-tunes the dosage of the drugs he/she gives you: Your dosage is started based primarily on your age and body weight for that particular drug – everyone starts at about the same dose, but it will change based on response to the drug. You take the drug as prescribed, you return in a week or two and your doctor asks you questions and examines you to see if your symptoms have changed. If your symptoms have been reduced to your doctor’s satisfaction, your dosage is kept the same. If your symptoms are the same the dosage is either increased or you are given even more drugs. You now taken an increased drug dosage as prescribed, you again return in a week or two and your reduction of symptoms is determined. If your symptoms are now reduced your dosage is kept at this higher level. If your symptoms are the still same the dosage is once more increased or you are given even more drugs. This goes on until your doctor thinks your symptoms are under control. This is how medicine is generally prescribed.
You can use the same method to determine how many and which of your different therapies to use to change the size, shape, density and surface features of your Peyronies plaque and hence to reduce the curved penis that the scar causes.
As you take the dosage of the Alternative Medicine therapies you are using you monitor the size, shape, density and surface features of your Peyronie’s plaque or scar, just as a doctor would. If your scar shows improvement (smaller, softer, a different shape, more difficult to locate or you have signs of the scar “falling apart,” you keep dosage the same. If your scar is the same size and shape, just as hard and just as easy to locate, you slightly increase the dosage of what you are taking or you add new therapy to your plan. You compare your scar every 10-14 days, looking for positive signs of scar reduction. This pattern of increased therapy continues until you find that your scar has begun to improve.
You do not just start popping a predetermined number of pills each day hoping that you get better. You monitor your scar for positive scar changes and you are fully aware what it will take to make it happen. This is PDI method of Peyronie’s disease treatment.
The Neprinol, vitamin E and C dosage you are taking is very common, and might even be a little low in regards to Neprinol. Please refer to the notes and detailed instructions you were given about taking Neprinol when you received your order from PDI.
If you have specific questions about altering your Peyronies treatment plan please contact me directly. TRH
I've had a genetically caused curved penis all my life, but as far as I know, i don't have Peyronies scaring. Would your your penis stretching technique help my condition?
Please see my prior response to a similar question at, Stretching a Congenital Curved Penis.
In the last several weeks I have heard from a few more men who also have moderately bent penis they were born with – congenital curvature of the penis. All have found improvement,e specially those who use Neprinol as part of the plan of care. TRH
I am taking 6 Neprinol capsules per day, along with 3,000 mg of vitamin C and 800 mg. of Vitamin E. Question: Can I take all Neprinol capsules at one time? I have been taking 3 in the morning and 3 in the afternoon on an empty stomach.
There is nothing basically wrong with taking six Neprinol at a time; many people do this without a problem. The question is whether you, in particular, can or should be taking that many at a time. For some people taking six Neprinol daily is excessive, while others can do it easily. Most men who make progress eliminating and controlling their PD scars take around 10-16 Neprinol per day – always with a wide variety of other internal and external therapies. But as far as Neprinol is concerned, the real question is if this is a good dose that you can tolerate while you attempt to eliminate your Peyronie’s plaque. I suggest that you attempt to slowly work your way up to six Neprinol at a time, since you are only taking three at a time now. How this is done has been explained to you in the instructions you were given when you placed your order for your PD supplies.
When you ask if you can take all six Neprinol capsules at the same time, I must ask you why you want to do take your entire daily dose at one time. If you want to do this merely for reasons for convenience (getting it over with and not having to bother with them for the rest of the day), then I must tell you I do not think it is a good idea. The problem is that by cramming all your Neprinol into one small part of your day then you are leaving a larger part of the day when you have no Neprinol in your blood stream; you want to always keep some Neprinol working for you all day long by taking it often throughout the day. The question is how much that should be. For this reason if you are going to be taking only 6/day, then I suggest you continue to take them as you are now doing it. TRH
Do you think that a combination of Neprinol and vitamin E will be effective in helping my Peyronie’s disease?
There is no way to tell ahead of time if any Peyronie’s treatment plan will be effective. No matter what plan you start with, it is always a guess to know at the start of care if it will help. The eventual treatment plan a man uses to eliminate his PD is determined by its ability to influence the PD scar. Each person has different needs, and this prevents one treatment idea from being the solution for everyone. It is necessary to evaluate the effectiveness of any plan by looking for changes in the size, shape, density and surface features of your scars while you following your treatment. You can start with any type of plan you believe might help you, but it is the response of the scar tissue that guides and determines type of therapy that is used and at what dosage.
Your question tells me you have not spent much time on the PDI website. You really should go over the PDI home page and follow the links you will find there. If you are interested in recovering from your PD it is a great way to get an education how Alternative Medicine can be used to increase your ability to heal and repair the Peyronie’s plaque that is causing your bent penis.
Using Neprinol and vitamin E is a small combination that is far too limited to reach into the problem of Peyronie’s disease. I have never heard of anyone who used this combination and got results. As an example, if you look at the PDI small plan you will see there are seven different ingredients in that plan – and it is called small. I am fully aware that many men can have financial problems that limit the amount of therapy they use, yet these same men also want a Peyronie’s treatment plan that gets results.
You see, it is not really what I think about using Neprinol and vitamin E that is important. All I can tell you is that no one has ever told me that taking only these two therapies has helped his PD. Usually, the plan must be larger to be effective. How large does your plan have to be? I don’t know. You have to figure that out for yourself while you are working with your problem. I suggest you start here Start Peyronies treatment to learn how this is done. TRH
I’ve had Peyronies now for roughly 10 years. I passed a kidney stone in my 30’s and it jammed at the end of my urethra, I squeezed it ,and it passed. But for a month my penis killed me. It eventually shrunk to about 3 inches, from 7 1/4 inches . Ive tried everything. I went all natural. vitamin c, 1000mg , omega 3 1200mg, vitamin e 1000 mg, l-arginine, ginkgo biloba, saw palmetto 1000mg, and flax seed oil, 1000mg gotu kola. All have helped get at least 6 inches in length back after 10 years.
My love life suffered at first, but we overcame things. I would like to get the other 1 1/4 inches back. Right at the tip, just behind, it curves up around 30 to 35 deg. I can feel the hard plaque still. It just won’t soften up any more.
Would Neprinol work, or do you have any suggestions on how to finally rid my self of this man destroying dilemma? I’m 45 now, I would like to keep going if you know what I mean.
Thanks. Any suggestions would be a great help.
While I realize you have probably just discovered the Peyronie’s Disease Institute website on the internet, my first suggestion is that you stop playing around using different herbs and supplements that have not been shown to be helpful for treating PD.
“Going natural” is not the key to successful Peyronie’s treatment; you have to use the right products and use them in the right way. It looks to me like you just started using anything that might have had some positive things written about it, and hoped it would help your problem. You have not “used everything.” You have only scratched the surface. You have approached your problem from the wrong direction and gotten lucky that some of the things you did might have helped you. Had you spent that same time, effort and money using the products from the PDI lineup for your Peyronie’s treatment I believe you would have been far better off today.
I suggest you get on at least the PDI medium plan along with the PDI gentle Manual Penis Stretching CD video and use them faithfully for a few months. It is important to use the exact therapies from PDI because not all brands of Alternative Medicine therapies are of the same quality or potency. You cannot walk into the average vitamin store and expect to get good quality products that will do the job for you. It is amazing and appalling that many vitamin shops sell such low quality items.
Your question about Neprinol shows that you do not understand how to use Neprinol and that you are again approaching your therapy from the wrong direction. You need to spend more time reading what is on the PDI website to learn how to go about successful Peyronies treatment.
When you order from PDI you will receive specific instructions how to use everything that you order for the best possible treatment of Peyronies disease. Let me know if you have specific questions about helping your problem. Good luck to you. TRH
I posted a previous question about my congenital curvature downward and you recommended that I purchase the Manual Stretching video, I did, and have been doing the stretches every day and sometimes i have a day or two break which is rare, but ive been pretty persistent.
Do you also suggest I be more frequent? is frequency necessary? Also, I really want to know EVERYTHING possible i can do to lessen my downward curve, stretching or anything else you have in mind. I'd love to start having a more aggressive approach to see some results. Ive been taking neprinol for the past 2 months but ran out of supply, and came to the conclusion i don't' have peyronies so i don't need to take neprinol correct?
Please let me know of everything i can do to help me. '
Thanks so much.
As I mentioned in the reply to your earlier questions, all research done with the PDI Manual Penis Stretching technique was done with men who had PD and were using a variety of different PD therapy programs (vitamins E and C, Neprinol, MSM, DMSO, etc.). We have never researched the use of this method against a congenital penis curvature. I mentioned that I have had men contact me who had a congenital curve and used this technique and got very good results. That is about what I can tell you directly what I know about this subject.
I tend to agree with you that Neprinol would likely no be of great use in your situation. I suppose it is possible that it could help your effort, but I do not see a logical way this might happen, but at this time I just do not see it.
Since you ask about anything else I have in mind that might help you, I believe that the use of topical PMD DMSO with vitamin E and copper peptides does make more sense than Neprinol in your case. This is conjecture on my part, but it does seem logical to me this should be helpful. If you agree, then you might consider adding that to what you are currently doing.
Lastly, frequency and consistency of use of the penis stretching work is essential. The more often you apply this gentle stretching work the greater your odds for success. This is probably the most important element of what you can do to help yourself, so please put in more time applying this gentle stretching.
Please let me know how you progress. Since this is new territory for me, I would like to know more about what you are doing and how it works out for you. TRH
Hello Dr. Herazy,
Thank you for the great site.
I am getting ready to place my first order with you and have a couple of questions:
1) In your opinion what if any is the benefit of taking Neprinol over taking Nattokinase & Fibrozym. I understand your philosophy of overwhelming the problem but it seems like taking all 3 is overkill and from my limited understanding taking Nattokinase & Fibrozym sounds better than Neprinol?
2) You do not mention the 15% Verapamil topical solution from PDLabs which seems to have had quite a few scientific studies done on it and the results seem to be very positive. Any thoughts on this would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks–I look forward to placing my order and getting started on a treatment plan.
1) The benefit of taking the single product, Neprinol, rather than the two products, Nattokinase and Fibrozym, is that the Neprinol is more concentrated and should result in taking fewer systemic enzyme pills per day while having a higher dosage intake. In addition, Neprinol contains the additional enzymes of papain and bromelain. The cost is higher for Neprinol, but considering the higher level of enzyme in the product, it is less expensive in the long term. Yes, taking three different forms of a systemic enzyme might be more than is necessary, but for some men it does make a difference. There is no way to anticipate how anyone will respond to their therapy plan, so I encourage everyone to experiment with different combinations of therapy products to determine how their scars will respond as you go through different combinations of products.
2) Most every medical treatment for PD is the same – one or two positive studies and a larger list of negative studies about it. The same with topical verapamil from PDLabs of Texas. The different studies mentioned by PDLabs of Texas are intriguing, but are contradicted by other similar studies of topical verapamil. When i first developed PD in late 2001 or early 2002 and found the PDLabs website on the internet and read those studies I also was impressed with their conclusions. for this reason I used their topical verapamil product for about six months, during which time my PD worsened considerably and I developed overwhelming side-effects that caused me to stop using the product. At that time I realized I would have to look outside traditional medical treatment for helping my PD and I began to intensely investigate Alternative Medicine options; eventually I came upon the concept and and treatment protocol that developed into the Peyronie's Disease Institute. Over the years I have discovered more controversy about their findings – but this is typical of any kind of treatment for PD. It seems PD is always tangled in controversy and exceptions. TRH
Dear Dr Herazy,
I have had PD for about 9 months and I am about to start the full PDI therapy programme, based on the advice you give in your book “Peyronie’s Disease Handbook”. I received the PD Treatment Plan-Large, but I now notice that some of the recommended supplements were not included: Acetyl-L-carnitine, PABA, Neprinol, etc.
Can I assume that you recommend getting started with those supplements in the Large Plan and add others later?
Thanks Peter (based in France)
The large Peyronies treatment plan does not include all available therapy items that could be used. There are 12 different forms of therapy contained within the large plan, and as you correctly point out there are several that are not included. There are several reasons the large plan is limited to these particular therapies:
1. Additional therapies might not be needed beyond what is in the large plan. Many men do quite well on the large plan just as it is, and do not need to spend more time, energy and money using more therapies than these current 12.
2. The wide variety of therapies in the existing large plan allow for enough opportunity to experiment with treatment dosage to take several months of active work. If the large plan provides insufficient, then there are additional therapies to include at a later time for further experimentation.
3. The large plan is time consuming to use as it is currently designed. Making it larger would only place an unreasonable burden on men who might not need to spend additional time and effort taking an even larger number of pills.
4. The large plan is expensive at the current level. Expanding the number of therapies would only prevent men from affording the higher cost of entry.
Stay focused with that large plan; you will be busy. TRH
Hello doctor, My bottles of Fibrozym and Nattokinase from my first order are almost finished. I am already beginning to see my scars getting smaller and softer so I am really encouraged. You had recommended replacing these two with Neprinol when I reorder my other therapy products. Is this the best time for that order of Neprinol, or should I reorder Fibrozym and Nattokinase and also add Neprinol to my plan. Thanks, Larry
You are very early in your care and you are already seeing some positive changes, so I will assume that more change and progress is possible once you determine the best therapy plan for your particular problem.
Everyone must work to figure out what is the best therapy plan for himself. I suggest you should think about doing this, based on your response to your current strategy: try using only Neprinol for awhile, and see what happens. Experiment a bit and see what happens.
Take the Neprinol in a slowly increasing dosage based on the general information you receive when you order from PDI. If taking Neprinol as the only enzyme therapy causes your positive changes to regress or slow down, then it is a mistake and you should go back to Fibrozym and Nattokinase – but it really should make a greater improvement. If taking Neprinol as the only enzyme therapy causes further positive changes, then stay with that for a while. After a month or two of good changes on Neprinol only, then continue using Neprinol but add Fibrozym and Nattokinase back into your plan so you are taking three enzyme products. See what that does to your scar reaction.
EVERYTHING gets back to how your scar responds. You and I can make up all kinds of treatment strategies, but you must test any of them against what they do to your scar. It does not make any difference what you and I think might be helpful to reduce the PD scar. You must prove to yourself that what you are taking is working by actually measuring positive changes in your PD scar. This is the PDI treatment philosophy that makes sense to everyone.
Your scar is the enemy – destroy it – and it will tell you exactly what it will take to do the destroying if you know what to look for in scar behavior. However, you must be paying very close attention to what it is telling you in order for you to learn from it. TRH
It is my understanding that Neprinol contains everything that the Fibrozym and Nattokinase supplements contains and is more potent, thus making it redundant to add Fibrozym to a program that already includes Neprinol. Am I missing something?
No, some men want assurance they are not missing anything in their Peyronies treatment plan, and they intentionally use the redundancy of getting the nattokinase and serrapeptase from two different sources.
Men use Neprinol both ways – as a total substitute for the other enzyme products, or in addition to them (usually with the Neprinol being the primary enzyme source and the others being used as a minor role). The choice is yours. When I successfully treated my own scars that is what I did – I used the Neprinol as the primary and largest supply of systemic enzymes, and then added in a few of the others per day.
I would consider trying just the Neprinol by itself, and see how it works for you and your scar. If that is not enough to get your scar to change favorably, then bring back the Fibrozym or Nattokinase, or Quercetin/Bromelain if you are also using it, or all of them. You must keep experimenting to learn what makes your scar respond favorably and then continue with that. TRH
What is the daily dose recommended for Neprinol? Thank you.
Greetings Bill C.,
There are several things to say about dosage in general for Peyronie treatment, that applies to Neprinol dosage in particular.
1. The starting dosage for any therapy is often the one that is listed on the label for that product. This standard starting point is used to see if the dosage recommended by the product manufacturer can bring about a favorable change in the size, shape, density and surface features of your scar. Often it cannot.
2. The ongoing treatment dosage that eventually proves to reduce the original size and shape of the scar, or soften the density, or alter the surface features of a Peyronies plaque will very often be higher than what is suggested on the label of each product.
3. No matter which therapy product you use, it must be taken in a safe and reasonable dosage. All of this information is available to you in the treatment section of the PDI website. Please read that information and adhere to it.
4. Dosage for any ONE therapy product that is actually going to help your Peyronie's disease is not easy to determine because you will be taking MANY therapy products at the same time. You are juggling many balls at once and this requires some patience and the ability to keep good notes about what you are doing.
Of course, if you are taking five different internal therapies (vitamin E, vitamin C, Neprinol, Acetyl-L-carnitine and PABA) each one must be individually determined. An important part of your therapy plan are the external therapies you are using (Genesen Acutouch pens, gentle manual stretching, DMSO, etc.) While you do all the internal and external therapies that make up your total therapy plan you must monitor the size, shape, density and surface quality of your scar(s) to note at what dosage level changes begin in the scar material. It is as simple – and difficult – as that.
5. No clear and specific treatment dosage numbers are offered to you since everyone uses different internal and external therapies, in addition to doing them in different ways. In this sense, since each man is different, and each man follows a different plan, each man must determine what he must do to improve his scar behavior.
The procedure to determine scar size, shape, density and surface quality is explained in great detail in “Peyronie’s Disease Handbook.” The correct dosage of any therapy product is not determined from a chart. The chart that you receive with your first order only tells you the average range of what most men are doing. Your dosage should be what you need to take daily to cause changes in your PD scar. The dosage for you is what you learn works for you. I cannot tell you what you need to take. You have to determine that by your observation of the dose that makes the scar size, shape, density, and surface quality change. This vital information will guide your use of all the therapy products; it is the measurement that tells you if your plan is working or not. All of this is explained in great detail in “Peyronie’s Disease Handbook.”
Hi Dr. Herazy,
Should I take Neprinol with Fibrozym and Nattokinase, or just take it by itself? Jerry
Just so we are clear on what you are asking me, I know you are following a larger PDI therapy plan so I am confident you are also using other therapies besides the Neprinol, Fibrozym and Nattokinase you mentioned. The way you asked your question I could get the idea you wanted to just use Neprinol by itself. If that what you are thinking of doing, then I strongly advise against that. I have never spoken to anyone who has earned good results by using Neprinol as a solo treatment for Peyronies. You always want to diversify and broaden your treatment base with a variety of internal and external therapies, right?
Men use Neprinol both ways – as a total substitute for the other enzyme products, or in addition to them (usually with the Neprinol being the primary enzyme source and the others being used as a minor role). The choice is yours.
I would consider using just the Neprinol as the only systemic enzyme, and see how it goes. If that is not enough to get the scars to change favorably, then bring back the Fibrozym, or Nattokinase, or Quercetin/Bromelain, or all of them into your existing therapy plan.
You must keep experimenting to learn what Peyronies treatment makes your scar size, shape, density and surface features respond favorably and then go with that.
How to change Peyronie’s treatment
Peyronie's treatment dosage example
Peyronies dosage determined by scar response
Hi again Dr. Herazy,
Just one more question. I am beginning to see changes in my scar, like softening and reduction of the scar. . What I want to know is, when and how do I make changes to my plan?
Progress or lack of progress with your Peyronie's plaque is what determines when you change your plan and what changes you make to it. As I have said so many time before, "The scar dictates treatment."
If you are currently making satisfactory changes in your scar, do not change anything. If you are not making satisfactory changes in your scar, you should think about making a positive change to your plan.
Do you have the 1st book I wrote, “Peyronie’s Disease Handbook”? If you do not have it, then you will not know about monitoring your current condition. If you have it, then you can use this information to guide you to increase or decrease your plan as your PD dictates.
For you to know for sure that a recent treatment plan modification is effective you will have to notice some positive change in your scar (softening, fragmentation, smoother edges, etc.) within 10-14 days of the change in your plan, perhaps faster. I would make some logical change (usually an increase of an existing therapy item or a new therapy item if your plan is small) and then wait at least 14 days before looking for a change to occur in the size, shape, density or surface qualities of your scars, before considering another change.
In the beginning of care it might be necessary to only add or increase one therapy if you are at a lower level of therapy (just starting to take the medium plan). In the early stages of therapy modification you will likely keep slowly adding to your plan, one therapy (only PABA or only MSM or only Neprinol only or whatever single item you decide to increase) at a time, by adding 1-2 pills per day. It is not wise to go too quickly from one level to another (like taking Neprinol at 6/day, and then jumping to 14/day; this is too fast and you might not need to take so many for good changes to occur). After a while, when your total number of pills is getting to a point where you might think you simply do not want to take more pills/spend more money, then at that point you might consider this a good strategy: modify your plan by decreasing one therapy slightly as you increase another therapy slightly. This way you are not overwhelming your system with unreasonable loads of pills and you are not spending an extreme amount of money.
Be gradual with your changes. Keeps good notes about your scars. Let me know if this did not answer your question. TRH
Consequence of systemic enzymes like Neprinol for Peyronie’s treatment
When using any of the systemic enzyme products (Neprinol, Nattokinase 1500 or Fibrozym) in a Peyronie’s disease Alternative Medicine program, it is not uncommon to go through a detoxification reaction. Avoiding a detoxification reaction, and what to do if you have one, is the reason anyone who orders these particular products receives specific suggestions for their use.
Any of these systemic enzymes will destroy foreign fibrin in the body, regardless of the location of the fibrin material. Over time as Peyronie’s plaque and fibrin is destroyed the greater the problem for the body is to eliminate the fibrin protein break-down products and tissue debris. Like when you clean the attic – you must find a way to get rid of all the accumulated junk.
When starting to use the systemic enzymes in a Peyronie’s disease treatment plan, this can amount to a flood of break-down debris that possibly can overwhelm the ability of the liver and large intestine for removal. The end result is often nausea and diarrhea that are caused by this “housecleaning” that performed by the systemic enzymes.
Besides being no fun, the nausea and diarrhea problems that detoxification causes will also make absorption of nutrients more difficult and inefficient. It is difficult for the body to absorb nutrients through the bowel wall while diarrhea is taking place. For this reason I suggest that you stay at an enzyme dose high enough to just border on digestive distress (light occasional diarrhea and nausea, but definitely controllable), but less than having bad out-of-control problems. This way you are attempting to still push for the benefits of detoxification without losing nutrients because your system is in a state of irritation from toxic overload.
Peyronie’s treatment personal and specific for the individual
There is no one who can tell you the exact dosage to go about detoxification without developing a lot of diarrhea; you have to figure out how to do it; no one can do it for you. I suggest you not stay on a constant or level dose of enzymes.
Let’s say you wish to try a 6/day dose of your enzymes (either Neprinol, Serrapeptase or Fibrozym). I suggest you start at 3/day and over a 7 day period slowly work your way up the level you wish. If you notice a slight case of diarrhea starting, drop down to one less pill per day for a few days but do not totally stop taking the enzyme because you then interfere with your body’s tendency to adapt to and tolerate that product. After a few day go back up to the dose that had caused a little diarrhea and you will likely have no problem.
As an option for those who want to take – as an example – 6/day of a systemic enzyme consider this effective variation. Play with that 6/day dose by taking 5/day and 7/day on alternate days; or even 4/day and 8/day on alternate days. This way, on the high days you are pushing yourself for detox but this is followed by a day of relative “rest” with the lower dose of enzymes so that you your gut does not stay irritated for a long time. This method also has the advantage you are not stopping your program; you are staying with it but modifying it for maximum benefit to you.
If you are taking these enzyme products you might consider trying this pattern of taking them for a few weeks. I found I was experiencing toxic overload when I was taking about 12/day of Neprinol in addition to other systemic enzymes. I did this higher/lower pattern and it really seemed to help. Eventually I got to the point I could take up to 18/day of Neprinol with no problem at all. This higher level of systemic enzyme therapy can be a little complicated, but it was definitely worthwhile for me.
A Peyronie’s disease treatment plan requires planning, work, and dedication to be successful. Read the testimonials of the Peyronie’s Disease Institute from those who do did it the right way and learned how to avoid detoxification problems.
Peyronie’s Treatment Right Now
Every day I talk to men who have taken control of their Peyronies disease situation and are helping their curved penis when nothing else has helped them. They do all of their Peyronie’s disease treatment with the information found only on this Alternative Medicine website and “Peyronie’s Disease Handbook.”
If your Peyronie’s penis is causing sexual distress, you might be interested in the in-depth and detailed discussion and loads of helpful information found in Dr. Herazy’s second book, “Peyronie’s Disease and Sex.”
If you are interested in a direct, safe and effective Peyronie’s treatment technique for penile curvature that was researched and developed by PDI, click on stretching curved penis.
What we propose at PDI is not so earth shattering or extreme in concept. We simply try to help you figure out why your Peyronie’s plaque did not heal or self-correct like the 50% of men whose Peyronie’s disease goes away on its own. If half of the men naturally “cured” their own Peyronie’s desease, why not you? That is all we are attempting to accomplish with our therapy concept. It is really not so far out as some of the other things you find on the Internet.
To read success stories, click on Peyronie’s disease treatment testimonials.
Why Buy from PDI? It’s all about getting the best Peyronie’s disease treatment possible:
Three simple steps for Peyronie’s help:
1. Learn about your Peyronies problem. You were told next to nothing about Peyronies disease by the doctor who gave you the diagnosis. You are on the internet right now looking for information about what you can do to help your Peyronie’s disease. Get clear and concise information from a doctor who had Peyronie;s disease. I put my personal experiences and how I recovered from PD in a book I wrote called “Peyronie’s Disease Handbook.” This book gives you all the information about day-to-day treating and living with Peyronie’s disease you will need. The information found in this book is different in many ways than the information on our website; there is no duplication of information between the book and the website. Another book that will help you tremendously is “Peyronie’s Disease & Sex” that covers all aspects of this complex subject. Get help through education.
2. Start the most aggressive therapy plan you are comfortable following so that you will get your best results. If you are interested in doing all that you can to help yourself, then perhaps you could consider using what is called the “Large (Best) Plan” for personal treatment. The “Medium (Better) Plan” is perhaps the most popular of the three plans. There is a “Small (Good) Plan” that is also well designed. It is very common for men to substitute Neprinol in place of the two smaller products, Nattokinase and Serrapeptase in any of the plans. These products and plans are found at Peyronie’s treatment products. All plans can be modified, by subtracting or adding, to suit your personal Peyronie’s disease treatment philosophy.
Or, you can design your own therapy plan using the information found on this website. You do not have to use any of these model plans, they are only examples – but they make sense and they have helped hundreds of men improve their Peyronies plaque and reduce the bent penis of Peyronie’s disease.
3. Stop being discouraged. Sign up for the Peyronie’s Disease Treatment Forum blog and get motivated, inspired, educated and reminded that everyday men around the world are actually beating their Peyronies problem using the Alternative Medicine methods of the Peyronie’s Disease Institute.
As you will soon see, the PDI website is full of exciting and helpful research information about Peyronie’s disease treatment you have never seen before. You will also see this site is different because it gives you the answers you have been looking for. But you must work along with the PDI guidelines in order to get the kind of results you will read about.
Understand why Alternative Medicine treatment of Peyronie’s disease is not accepted by traditional medical practice, click Science is Slow.
We strongly suggest you get all of your Peyronie’s disease natural treatment products and supplements from PDI. The products we use have been selected after years of experimentation because they are special, and a prime reason for the results our customers receive. The PDI therapy concept and strategy are built around the therapy products available from PDI, and no others. Peyronie’s Disease Institute only uses what are called “pharmaceutical grade” products, which are of a higher quality and purity level, and pass rigorous tests to guarantee that what is on the label is contained in each capsule. Time and again we see that when men switch over to PDI products and follow our instructions, good things start to happen. Our therapy products have been used successfully in hundreds of treatment programs. Most people understand that it is a poor time to experiment and sample bargain products while they are attempting to repair a serious health problem like Peyronie’s disease.
With over 31,000 nutritional products available on the worldwide market, this subject is confusing. Many of them – more than you would believe – do not contain what they are supposed to contain. They have far fewer – or none – of the nutrients you need to do the big job in front of you.
Commentary: Standard medical “wait-and-see treatment” of Peyronie’s disease, click Peyronie’s Disease and Man Whose House is on Fire.
Peyronie’s Disease Institute cannot answer your questions or help you with your therapy plan if we do not have knowledge, experience or confidence with any “foreign” therapies you might decide to use on your own. On the PDI website we clearly state, “Sorry, but due to the volume of emails PDI receives and with limited hours available in a day, we can only answer questions from PDI customers. Purchase your therapy products only from PDI so you have full access to the vast experience and careful assistance available to our customers. If you purchase inferior grade or questionable bargain products elsewhere, you will have to rely upon that source for whatever help you might need later.”
Please email me any questions you might have about treatment of PD with Alternative Medicine, like how to use vitamin E or the best advice about those mechanical penis stretchers. I will be happy to help you in any way that I can. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on “Peyronie’s Disease and a History Lesson” to completely change the way you think about Peyronie’s treatment.
Honey and Peyronie's Natural Treatment
This is one of those “I’ve got bad news and good news” stories. Here is the bad news: Peyronie’s disease usually is given a bleak outlook based on current medical thinking. There is no strong research that currently proves any treatment method consistently or significantly improves the course of PD. Yes, PDI agrees with the medical establishment, there is currently no proven medical cure for PD; but that says notice about Peyronie's disease natural treatment using a variety of non-drug and non-invasive ways to assist you to heal your own Peyronie's problem. Here is the good news: We think the lack of a known or accepted medical “cure” shouldn't discourage the man with Peyronie’s disease at this time, since there are so many safe and non-controversial natural and alternative therapies that have earned good — but non-conclusive — reports in research from around the world. As you know from reading reports about various therapies, there are many encouraging therapies from which to choose. There is potentially very much that can be done for PD outside of standard medical treatment, with encouraging science to back it up. Scientific research is slow and deliberate; it is often contradictory, and it is sometimes – often – driven by the profit motive. Some Peyronie’s disease research shows favorable and positive results with vitamin E, or MSM, or Neprinol, or carnitine, or Nattokinase, etc., while other research of these same substances indicates just as unfavorable and negative results as the others are positive. Some research shows that only such a small percentage of men with PD are helped by conservative management that the results are not scientifically significant, or the results are inconclusive, or they are contradicted by other equally valid research. In other words, Peyronie’s disease research is often contradictory, vague and undependable. Many treatment methods are never studied because there is not enough potential profit to justify the high cost of such research. Just as a wild example, what if honey was actually an effective treatment for PD? Yep, all you had to do was eat some honey or smear it on you, and a short while later your PD would be gone. What would be the motive for a large drug company to do the necessary and vital research proving that honey was a good treatment of Peyronie's disease? None. If honey was a proven cure for PD only some beekeepers – and you – would benefit. Without profit, research usually doesn’t happen.
Understand why Alternative Medicine treatment of Peyronie's disease is not accepted by traditional medical practice, click Science is Slow.
Profit and Peyronie’s disease treatment
If honey was the cure for Peyronie's disease, the research would never get done, and scientists would be correct to say there is “no research available to prove its effectiveness.” Of course that lack of proof would be by their design. That is the dilemma of alternative medicine, and it is the basis for the indifference and lack of enthusiasm for Peyronie's disease treatment. PDI thinks there have been enough favorable findings for many therapies – fully acknowledging research and studies that contradict and refute them – that a person should investigate these inexpensive and naturally occurring therapies to learn their therapeutic benefit firsthand. Please note that for all of the therapies (vitamin E, DMSO, carnitine, Neprinol, copper, etc.) that are sometimes given negative results, there are other favorable and positive studies of these same therapies that contradict the negative studies. The therapies that PDI suggests are scientifically grounded, safe, economical and adequately proven to a degree necessary to justify their cautious and limited use in treating PD.
To read success stories, click on Peyronie's disease treatment testimonials. So don’t be too bothered by a current lack of proof for theses Peyronie's treatments. Peyronie’s Disease Institute thinks it has “A Honey of an Idea “ for you.
Peyronie’s treatment – Neprinol for Peyronie
Neprinol is a very well researched systemic enzyme therapy that is used for Peyronie’s disease treatment. Since the curved penis that is so common in Peyronies is such a common problem with no effective medical treatment, Neprinol is a much needed Alternative Medicine tool against this problem. Neprinol works to break down and eliminate the offending Peyronie’s plaque fibrous material that causes the bent penis for which Peyronies is so well known. Neprinol contains a high concentration of nattokinase, serrapeptase, bromelain and Coenzyme Q, and related co-enzyme factors. Confusion exists about Neprinol because it is actually a high potency combination of several different systemic enzymes, rather than just a single enzyme like so many other products.
These are the basic highlights about Neprinol as it relates to Peyronie’s disease treatment:
1. The nattokinase and serrapeptase in Neprinol are in much higher concentration than in the separate pills containing just nattokinase and serrapeptase. Therefore, a lower dose of Neprinol is needed to reach a higher level of these two enzymes, as when lower concentration enzymes are used separately.
2. Taking Neprinol makes taking separate doses of nattokinase and serrapeptase unnecessary, although some men still take Neprinol plus additional nattokinase and serrapeptase products to diversify the sources and varieties of these enzymes. PDI sells a separate nattokinase product call Nattokinase 1500 and a separate serrapeptase product called Fibrozym. Both of these great products can be used successfully in Peyronies treatment. But, Neprinol has more of these same enzymes in it than these separate enzyme products.
3. Dosage of Neprinol – like most other Peyronies treatment products – is based on ability of that product to make a positive change in the condition of the Peyronies plaque or scar. While the bottle of Neprinol might say to take six capsules daily, the effective dose for each man will be different. After working with PD treatment since 2002 I know that some men respond with a dose of four capsules of Neprinol daily, while others might take 20 for the same results. There is no magic dose of Neprinol. It is something than must be determined by continual trial until a favorable change is noted in the condition of the Peyronies scar material. Safety is always an issue, so it is necessary when anyone is taking more than six Neprinol daily to take a period rest from this therapy, by simply stopping usage for several days every few weeks.
4. A single bottle of Neprinol is comparatively expensive for a few reasons: the bottle is three times larger than the average enzyme product, (Neprinol comes in a bottle of 300 pills, while the separate Nattokinase and separate Fibrozym enzyme products often are sold in bottles of 100) and each Neprinol pill contains a more concentrated dose of nattokinase, serrapeptase, bromelain and coenzyme Q than are found in any other enzyme product. Besides, PDI sells Neprinol through our sister-site, Natural Complementary Medicine Products, for $135 a bottle of 300, the best price on the Internet. Neprinol represents a better value in the long run since you would need to take fewer or them, and the bottle is simply larger so you buy fewer of them.
5. For a $10 discount we offer for Neprinol, just type in the discount code word “Neprinol” in the appropriate discount offer area, bringing your cost down to $135 for the Neprinol 300 size.
To read more about the use of Neprinol and other systemic enzymes in Peyronie’s disease treatment, go to the Peyronie’s Disease Institute discussion about systemic enzymes at Peyronies treatment with Enzymes and Neprinol
Neprinol and Peyronie’s treatment
Because Neprinol is heavily promoted for Peyronie’s treatment, some men develop the mistaken idea to only use Neprinol in their Peyronies treatment plan. I advise against this. Not because Neprinol is not an effective way to reduce foreign fibrin from the Peyronies plaque and scar material, but because Peyronies disease is such a stubborn problem to treat successfully. PD almost always requires large and complex treatment for a considerable length of time. I rarely hear of cases in which Neprinol does more than reduce penis pain associated with Peyronie’s disease. But when it is combined with other effective forms of Peyronies treatment, the results can be dramatic.
Effectively treating Peyronies is all about doing all that you can to create synergy with multiple therapies designed to increase your ability to heal and repair the Peyronies plaque or scar. It is never as easy as popping a few pills – even as great as Neprinol – and getting the kind of results we all want.
Please send your questions about Neprinol and Peyronie’s disease to “Ask Dr. Herazy…”
Peyronie's disease treatment averages
There are no averages with Peyronie’s disease. Everything about Peyronie’s disease is up for grabs. And for sure there is no average time within which men respond to Peyronie’s disease treatment. Some men respond in a few weeks, others take months, and some not at all. There are those who email me saying they are not responding to Peyr0nie's treatment. After questioning them, I usually find they made the mistake of either using a plan that is too small or not faithfully following the plan they have. PD is a tough problem and you must be dedicated to eliminating the problem – half efforts do not work. What we propose at PDI is a concept for Peyronie's disease therapy that is not so earth shattering or extreme. All we are doing is attempting to figure out why your PD did not correct like about 50% of the men who develop this problem. If half of the men “cure” their own PD, why not you? That is all we are attempting to address with our therapy concept. It is really not so far out as some of the other things you find on the Internet. All standard medical information about PD clearly states that in half of the cases, the Peyronies “goes away on its own.” The Peyronie’s disease treatment approach promoted by PDI is to do all that is necessary to prepare the body to heal on its own, just as it should happen, just as happens in half of the cases. In this sense you can say that a natural Peyronie's cure is about 50% effective. It is really not such a crazy or extreme idea. PDI advocates that an aggressive use of multiple conservative Alternative Medicine therapies, as outlined in our website, an assist the body to heal the Peyronie's plaque or scar better than if that effort were not extended. Since 2002 it is my experience that those men who follow the largest and most aggressive therapy plan will usually get the best results. For those interested in doing all that can be done to promote healing and repair, the “Large (Best) Plan” is designed for maximum personal treatment. This can be found on the PDI website . The Medium Plan is the most popular of the three plans offered by PDI. There is also a Small Plan that is well designed. It is very common for men to substitute Neprinol in place of the two smaller products, Nattokinase and Serrapeptase in any of the plans. All can be modified to suit your thinking about therapy.
Aggressive Peyronie's treatment is usually best
Peyronie’s disease treatment must be followed aggressively and faithfully because PD is a very difficult and stubborn problem to treat successfully. For any level of correction of the problem be prepared to spend time and effort to build up the strength of the immune response. It can be done; I talk to men everyday who are doing it. I would be pleased to answer any specific questions you have about treatment. I will be happy to give you the best of my thinking about what you might want to do to change the direction your problem is heading. Simply ask a question at the end of this blog post. I have worked with hundreds and hundreds of men, some mild and some severe, some just a few months and a few more than 10 years old. I had a pretty bad PD problem until I cured my condition using the procedures found in the book I wrote – the "Peyronie's Disease Handbook" – and the same Alternative Medicine ideas as on the website. Success against PD is not determined by how bad the problem is at the start of care or how soon you start treatment; it seems to be determined by intensity of effort. You do not have to feel like a victim if you are working to improve your health and immune response against the presence of this foreign tissue. Peyronie’s Disease Institute is available to offer information and suggestions for effective care. The PDI website offers ideas and information you will not find anywhere. If you want some help and ideas that you are not now getting, I would be pleased to help you along.
Neprinol Used for Peyronie’s Treatment
Many men with Peyronie’s disease seem to have questions about Neprinol, the systemic enzyme that is such a popular therapy. Some confusion exists because Neprinol is actually a high potency combination of several different systemic enzymes, rather than just a single enzyme, like so many other products.
These are the basic highlights of what you need to know about Neprinol as it relates to Peyronie’s disease treatment:
- Neprinol contains a high concentration of nattokinase, serrapeptase, bromelain and Coenzyme Q, and related co-enzyme factors.
- The nattokinase and serrapeptase in Neprinol are in much higher concentration than in the separate pills containing just nattokinase and serrapeptase. You do not need to take as many Neprinol to get a higher dose of these two enzymes, as when you take the lower concentration enzymes separately.
- Taking Neprinol makes taking separate doses of nattokinase and serrapeptase unnecessary, although some men still take Neprinol plus additional nattokinase and serrapeptase products to diversify the sources and varieties of these enzymes. PDI sells a separate nattokinase product call Nattokinase 1500 and a separate serrapeptase product called Fibrozym. Both of these are great products and they can be used successfully in any PD program; it’s just that Neprinol has more of these same enzymes in it than these separate enzyme products.
- Neprinol comes in a bottle of 300 pills, while the separate Nattokinase and separate Fibrozym enzyme products come in bottles of 100.
- While a single bottle of Neprinol is comparatively expensive a few reasons: the bottle is thee times larger than the average enzyme product, and each Neprinol pill contains a more concentrated dose of nattokinase, serrapeptase, bromelain and Coenzyme Q than are found in any other enzyme product. Besides, PDI sells Neprinol through our sister-site, Natural Complementary Medicine Products, for $135 a bottle of 300, the best price on the Internet. Neprinol represents a better value in the long run since you would need to take fewer or them, and the bottle is simply larger so you buy fewer of them. For more information about how Neprinol is used with great success in Peyronie’s disease treatment, clink on go to Neprinol.
- If you want the discount we offer for Neprinol, just type in the discount code word “Neprinol” when you place your order with us, and you will be given a discount of $10 that brings the price down to $135.
- Most men can slowly work themselves up with very little trouble to 6 Neprinol per day; in fact, many men start at this dosage level and continue on from there to higher dosages without a problem. Those who take it in the 9-12 per day range seem to get better results. I know of many men who are quite successful with their Peyronie’s disease treatment who take a dose even higher than this. Some people cannot do this, and all should be very careful to use caution and follow the directions that are supplied with the Neprinol when it is sent to you.
If you want to read more about systemic enzymes and Neprinol used in Peyronie’s disease treatment, go to the PDI website discussion about systemic enzymes at Neprinol.
Many times I get questions from men wanting to use only Neprinol in their Peyronies treatment. I advise against it, because as good as Neprinol is, I have seldom see it do more than reduce penis pain associated with Peyronie’s disease. Now, I guess there are men who have used it all by itself, and have found reduction of Peyronies plaque material or improvement of their curved penis. I just have never learned that directly from anyone in personal communication. However, when incorporated into an aggressive and well balanced Alternative Medicine Peyronie’s disease treatment plan, I have seen Neprinol often make a great difference in the effectiveness of the overall plan.
Remember, treating Peyronies is all about creating synergy with multiple therapies designed to increase your ability to heal and repair the Peyronies plaque or scar. It is never as easy as popping a few pills – even as great as Neprinol – and getting the kind of results we all want.
Please send your questions about Neprinol to “Ask Dr. Herazy…”
Timing of Peyronie’s disease treatment important
Some men at the start of care get confused about taking their Peyronie’s disease treatment supplements. If it is true that timing is everything, as they say, it is critical to the success of your Peyronie’s disease program. If you do not take your supplements at the right time, you are not going to get the kind of results that you should.
Double check to make sure you take each one of your Peyronies therapies at the right time. I just had a fellow the other day – after three months of treatment – finally figure out that he got confused on the first day, and was taking his Neprinol WITH meals. What a mistake! He wasted precious time, opportunity and money. Do not make that kind of error.
Take these with meals (immediately before eating or during a meal):
1. Vitamin E 400/400
2. Maxi-Gamma E
3. Omega Q
4. Natural C 1000
5. Fundamental Sulfur with C (MSM) – if you are having digestive complaints when taking it between meals on an empty stomach, otherwise take between meals
9. NanoGreens – our new green drink
Take these between meals (1 hour or more before eating or 2 hours after eating):
4. MSM (Fundamental Sulfur) – only if it bothers your digestive tract when taken on an empty stomach
7. Scar-X – be careful you do not even chew gum or eat candy during this time; your mouth must not even have the taste of food in it when you take homeopathy
At the beginning of the day, separate all the supplements you will need for that day. It is more work to handle the bottles twice a day. If you are going to eat every meal away from home, put what you need in each for each meal in one of the small plastic cases for easy and clean transport.
Put an “X” on the bottle top of all products you take between meals. Finding them will be easier when you are putting your supplements in the case.
We encourage you to talk to your personal physician about any digestive problem or concern you may have. It is critical that you keep your family doctor informed about your progress and your current condition, especially when there is a problem.
If you have ideas about other topics you would like to have addressed, or questions about Peyronie’s disease treatment or plaque, please let me know. TRH
Peyronie’s treatment basic question
For sure the most common question I receive – sometimes several times a day – goes something like this: “I was just told by my medical doctor that my bent penis is caused by peyronies desease. He did not tell me much about this problem so I looked around the internet, and I just found your helpful website. What can I do to help my peyronies? Thanks for any information you could send to me.” Yes, with no background information about himself, this person has asked, “What can I do to help my peyronies?” as though there is a single and simple answer.
Actually most email questions I receive ask directly for a solution to Peyronie’s disease, as though it was just that easy. Sometimes the words change a bit: “What works that will cure my Peyronie’s?” or “Can you help me get rid of my PD?” or “How can I cure my curved bent penis?” All these questions suppose there is a simple and direct way to help the body heal the Peyronie’s plaque or scar. My response is always polite, and I always try to be helpful and courteous, but I sometime wonder with almost 200 pages of detailed Peyronie’s disease treatment information on the PDI website that is freely available, what additional information a person could want. Since everyone seems to write their email questions to me through the PDI website, I assume they have seen the wealth of information that is there to read and study at their leisure. But I assume the real problem is that they are simply overwhelmed and frightened not only by the knowledge they just recently learned their penis has a “disease,” but by the sheer number of pages of information about treating this problem.
You will also notice that the average email – asking me for help about Peyronies treatment – does not tell me anything about the problem that is going on with the person. Like asking someone “How do I fix my car?,” without telling them anything about the car or the problem you are having, it is important to give me as much information about yourself as possible, so I can give you reasonable assistance in response. What I usually respond back is to suggest they spend a bit more time learning about PD and the work of the Peyronie’s Disease Institute. I will remind them that whatever they might want to know about the Alternative Medicine cure of Peyronie’s desease can be found on the approximately 200 pages of information of the PDI website I encourage them that everyday I communicate with at least a dozen men who are taking control of their PD situation and making improvement when nothing else has helped them, and they have done all of this with the information found only on the PDI site.
What we propose at PDI is not so earth shattering or extreme in concept. All we are doing is attempting to figure out why your PD did not correct like about 50% of the men who develop this problem. If half of the men “cure” their own PD, why not you? That is all we are attempting to address with our therapy concept. It is really not so far out as some of the other things you find on the Internet.
I suggest that the safest and most logical Peyronie’s disease treatment is to attempt to join those 50% of men whose PD is resolved naturally. All standard medical information about PD clearly states that in half of the cases, the PD “goes away on its own.” Well, all we do with the PDI approach is to work with body to prepare it to heal on its own, just as it should happen. It is really not such a crazy or extreme idea. We advocate an aggressive application of multiple conservative alternative Medicine therapies as outlined in our website.
Almost always I suggest that they try the simplest and easiest route to learn more their Peyronies problem by reading a book that I wrote that gives much information about day-to-day treating and living with Peyronie’s disease. This book, called “Peyronie’s Disease Handbook,” was written because of new and unique things that PDI has discovered a man can do to easily make changes in basic living habits that could help Peyronies heal naturally. It would be good to become familiar with some of the treatment concepts that are found in the book, found at Peyronie’s Disease Handbook The information and instruction found in the book is different in many ways than the information on our website; there is no duplication of information between the book and the website.
Also I inform each man that it is most usual for men who follow the largest and most aggressive therapy plan to usually get the best results. Each man who is interested in doing all that he can to help himself to the maximum is told to consider using what is called the “Large (Best) Plan” for personal treatment, found at our PDI store The Medium Plan is perhaps the most popular of the three plans. In treatment it is very common for men to substitute Neprinol in place of the two smaller products, Nattokinase and Serrapeptase in any of the plans. There is a smaller plan that is well designed. All can be modified to suit individual thinking and unique situations that make therapy a little different for each person.
Over the years I have worked with hundreds and hundreds of men over the years with Peyronies and helped them recover from PD. Some of these cases were mild and some severe, some just a few months and a few more than 10 years old. As readers of the PDI website know, I had a pretty bad PD problem until I cured my condition using the procedures found in the book I wrote and the same Alternative Medicine ideas as on the website. It is not necessary to feel like a Peyronies victim if you are working to improve your health and immune response against the presence of this foreign tissue.
Each email and phone call I receive each day asking for help with Peyronie’s disease treatment is special and unique. All are answered with courtesy and respect, keeping in mind how shattered and confused each man can be when he hears the words “Peyronie’s disease” for the first time in his life.
Ask me your questions about Peyronies disease natural treatments with Alternative Medicine, and I will do the best I can to help you in any way that I can. Please tell me as much about your condition as possible, so I have a good background of information to use in making a reply.