How to organize Peyronie’s disease treatment
Keep a few things in mind if you want to organize a Peyronie’s disease natural treatment plan. Mainly, be sure to keep treatment balanced among the therapies used.
Closely follow the detailed treatment information in the form, “Outline for Natural Self-Treatment.” This is the double-sided paper supplied with every first order from PDI.
Usually, it is best to organize Peyronie’s disease treatment around one of four PDI existing plans. They have been used thousands of times over the last 20 years. Hence, they are balanced and effective. When enlarging a plan, it is important to expand what is already there, not distort it.
Balance therapies between three groups
There are three large and distinct groups of therapies used. (See below.) When selecting which therapy to increase, it is important to to alternate between members of “Group 1” and “Group 2” therapy products. Seldom is it necessary to change much about “Group 3” therapy products, although it is done as needed.
Do not increase therapy products only from one large group. For example, increasing only the MSM, Acetyl-L-Carnitine, PABA and L-Arginine (Group 1 members) is a mistake. It will keep the plan from being balanced and effective.
Use this outline to help you decide exactly which therapy product to increase:
- “Group 1” – any enzymes in the plan, such as:
- Nattokinase 1500
- Bromelain 5000
- “Group 2” – any internal support therapies in the plan, such as:
- Coenzyme Q10 (Ubiquinol)
- Quercetin-Bromelain – do not increase to more than a total of 4/day
- Scar Free and Scars-Adhesions homeopathy
- Vitamin E – do not increase to more than a total of 2-3/day
- Vitamin C
- “Group 3” – any external therapies in the plan, such as:
- Moist heat – local application usually applied for 5-10 minutes immediately prior to any external therapy
- Gentle manual stretching
- DMSO, with vitamin E and Super CP serum
- Genesen Acutouch pens
- “Group 1” – any enzymes in the plan, such as:
Organize a Peyronie’s disease treatment plan selectively. It is not necessary to use each one of the products to create or modify a Peyronie’s disease treatment plan. Which therapies – and number of therapies – finally selected is an individual choice. One therapy – any therapy – is better than none; two are even better, three even more so, etc.
The average number of therapies used in a treatment plan is about 9-10. Generally, the larger the therapy plan, the greater its effectiveness. Organize Peyronie’s disease treatment accordingly. Our experience is that those who try to do the least get the least. No one can predict how a person will respond to any plan. Consequently, “You usually get out of it what you put into it.”
Additionally, information about Peyronie’s disease treatment is also available in the “Peyronie’s Disease Handbook.”
Brief guide to create your Peyronie’s treatment plan:
- Be aggressive. Think in terms of overwhelming your problem and supporting your tissue health in a broad area. Picture this as a war plan. For example, attack from as many directions and levels as possible to assure your success in battle. Attack on schedule, as planned. Do not slack off.
- Diversify. Use some enzymes (Group 1), internal therapies (Group 2), and some external therapies (Group 3). Use them all. Mix it up. Organize Peyronie’s disease treatment outcome this way, and results should improve. As an aside, there are many who report better treatment results when they place emphasis on the enzyme group.
- Educate yourself. Read about the various therapies to understand the purpose of each in a Peyronie’s disease treatment plan. Determine which are the most important to you.
- Get personal. Think in terms of what you know about your own health and body. Try to select those options that address your individual needs.
- Discuss your ideas with your doctor. Do not exclude your doctor from your decision-making process. Keep him/her informed and listen closely to all advice you are given.
Lastly, for help with questions or problems, send an email to info@Natural-Health-EducationLLC.com
5 thoughts on “Organize Peyronie’s Disease Treatment”
I have contracted what is called Peyronie’s disease while practicing the stretch exercises to extend the size of penis. First I expwrienced pain accompanied reduced sensation in the penis, then I noticed moderate curveture downward from the midle point on. I am a very healthy 65 years man who is healthy sexually and can perform sex 3 times weekly comfortably. I do stretch exercises 3-4 times a week. In short, I do not have any physical problems of any type and have not been prescribed any medications.
I am anti penal surgery and remain confident that this newly Peyronie’s disease that started less than six months ago may be curred or at least improved to a satisfying level. As such, I would like your company to select the vitamines/enzymes/exercises that may fit my situation.
Are you saying that your Peyronie’s disease started while you were using a mechanical penis stretching device? Were you using this mechanical device to increase the size of your penis? I would really appreciate it if you would respond to these two questions. So many men injure themselves using a mechanical penis stretcher and this often leads to Peyronie’s disease in many cases.
I suggest that you spend some time on the PDI website to learn more about the different therapies that are available to self-treat Peyronie’s disease, so you can make an informed decision. We do suggest that you conduct the most aggressive plan you can to increase the ability of your tissue to heal and repair the Peyronie’s disease scars.
If you need more help with your Peyronie’s disease questions, please let me know. I am looking forward to your response about how you developed this problem.
There is no way that anyone can determine what therapy you will need for effective treatment of your Peyronie’s disease problem.
If you take the time to read about the PDI method of treating Peyronie’s disease you will see that we advocate that you should use as large and as aggressive a treatment plan as you can sustain to make changes in your condition. This plan is then followed to determine results of care. If your Alt Med Peyronie’s disease treatment results are good, meaning you can detect reduction of the size, shape and density of your scar, then you should continue with the plan you are following. If results are not good, meaning cannot detect reduction of the size, shape and density of your scar, then you should slowly increase dosage of the plan you are following until there is a favorable change. If you need help with this phase of your Peyronie’s disease treatment, I can help you after you give me details of your plan.
Do you have some examples of combination of therapies that you could put together for someone in the early stages of Peyronie’s disease. thank you
We have several combinations that have been used to help men address their Peyronie’s disease. If you go to this page http://peyronies-disease-help.com/pdi-store-existing-customer/ and scroll down a bit you will find a gray colored box that will list four different Peyronie’s disease plans that are used. And if you go to this page http://peyronies-disease-help.com/new-customer-how-to-select-treatment-plan/ you will see a discussion of how these plans can be selected based on different factors. Good luck to you. TRH