PDI Medium Plan
The medium size is our most popular Peyronie’s disease treatment plan, and is appropriate for a man in any age group, especially for those who have had PD for 12-24 months. It is suited for all severity levels of PD because it has a wide variety of ten different therapies. The medium plan offers great opportunity to modify or expand care depending on response of the PD scar to treatment.
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HOW LONG will the medium Peyronie’s treatment plan last? Each person approaches his PD plan a little differently, not only in regard to size and variety of members of his treatment plan, but especially in terms of daily dosage. Some men use an average vitamin E dose but they will use a heavy vitamin C dose, while others do the opposite with a heavy vitamin E dose and an average vitamin C dose. Because of this, each bottle and each therapy plan will last for a variable length of time. In other words, not all people who use a Medium Plan use their therapies in the same way or at the same rate.
So, how long individual bottles of any therapy plan will last is a personal and variable issue for which I can only give you approximations based on what I see others doing. This comes closest to tell you how long a particular group of therapies will last you in your effort to recover: Based on my experience with others who use a Medium Plan, the average person re-supplies the DMSO and Super CP Serum close to once every 3 months, while the Unique-E, vitamin C, PABA, Scar-X, Fundamental Sulfur, Nattokinase, Fibrozym and Scar-X about every 4-6 weeks, and the systemic enzymes every 4 weeks. Of course, the Massage and Exercise video CD is never replaced.
WHAT DOES THE MEDIUM PLAN COST?
The suggested retail price for these 10 items is $288.55. Here with ONH LLC you would usually pay $228.60 for these items separately, but order all the 10 items in the medium plan bundle to save 10% from our already low prices – just $205.74!
HOW MUCH WILL IT COST EACH MONTH to treat my Peyronie’s scar with the medium plan? The average man will spend about $75-95 monthly to replenish the Medium Plan, after he makes his initial purchase which will be the one-time greatest expense.
If this is more than you want to spend, please read the yellow box at the bottom of this page.
|Hints for modifying the medium plan – and saving money
The medium plan is a very well designed plan to begin helping your body eliminate the PD scar. You can use the medium plan just as it is presented here, or instead of using the medium plan you can use the large plan if you chose to do more to encourage your recovery even more. You can also add an additional therapy or two to the medium plan (like the gentle manual penis stretching video or the ultrasound therapy machine). To see all the great treatment options available to you, click PDI store. Using a larger and more diversified treatment plan should assist your recovery even further because you are presenting a greater variety of support opportunities to your tissue to encourage healing and elimination of the fibrous scar material.The idea is to always work with the largest and most diversified treatment you can sustain for a few months as you work to support healing and repair of the PD scar.
If you have financial limits, you can also use the small plan instead of the medium plan or you can separately order a few individual items based upon what you see listed in the medium plan; you would be using the medium plan as an example of what you should do, but reduce it a bit. The important thing is that you do not let your PD problem go untreated; providing a reduced amount of treatment is better than doing nothing.
Go to the PDI store to order separate items that are part of the medium plan if you cannot spend this much money. You will also see many other individual therapy items, books, videos, sex aides, prostate massagers that are not included in this medium plan.
Treatment decisions are always under your direct control since PDI can only offer suggestions and ideas. Always consult with your doctor about any self-treatment you decide to undergo.