Peyronie’s Disease Natural Treatments
All Peyronie’s disease treatment is controversial, to say the least. Even standard medical treatment for Peyronie’s disease is filled with argument. This section will present an array of Peyronie’s natural treatment options unlike the conventional use of Peyronie’s medication, recognizing that there is controversy in regard to all forms of Peyronie’s treatments.
Peyronie’s disease treatment ideas presented have been reached in the following manner:
1. Distillation and interpretation of opinions and data found in hundreds of medical research studies and ongoing technical data from the scientific community, as found in the footnotes at the conclusion of each of the Peyronie’s disease treatment subheadings.
2. When Dr. Herazy developed his own Peyronie’s disease problem in 2002 he was practicing with at the famed Pioneer Medical Clinic, of Arlington Heights, IL. In that clinic were three medical doctors who had a combined clinical experience of 90 years in practice. He worked with those three MDs to eventually create a treatment approach that is the foundation of what is now called the PDI treatment method for Peyronie’s disease.
3. Observations and personal experience of Dr. Herazy who treated his own Peyronie’s disease problem while using these same Peyronie’s natural treatment principles, as well as his personal use of these very same products and Peyronie’s treatments detailed in this website.
4. Experience and direct feedback given to Dr. Herazy from thousands of individual men and women who have successfully used the Peyronie’s treatment principles found on this website.
5. Analysis and application of information derived from PDI’s ongoing four-year survey questionnaire project, voluntarily provided by approximately 800 men who have Peyronie’s disease, and have undergone various Peyronie’s treatments, both traditional medicinal and surgical and non-traditional forms.
How do I start to treat my Peyronie’s disease?
Peyronie’s Disease Treatment Unlike Any Other on the Internet
PDI recommends the active, aggressive, synergistic use of multiple Peyronie’s disease natural treatment in the acute and chronic stages of PD. The purpose of this intense therapeutic approach is to support the maximum healing potential of the scar tissue by supplying a wide base of nutrients that might increase metabolic activity in the body. PDI philosophy recommends supporting the healthy function of local tissue in both specific and general ways so the body is given the best possible opportunity to repair and regenerate – to the best of its ability.
Applying common sense and generally available knowledge about health and healing improves your chance to come out as a winner. All Peyronie’s treatment plans found on this web site can be modified, by subtracting or adding, to suit your personal Peyronie’s disease treatment philosophy.
One of the important elements of a good treatment strategy is to do a variety of Peyronies disease exercises along with using vitamins, minerals, enzymes and herbs to support your natural recovery.
Give your Peyronie’s treatment plan at least several months of concentrated commitment; it is does not work for you, you can have Peyronie’s disease surgery knowing you at least tried your best.
PDI Natural Peyronie’s Treatment Not Mainstream
Our theories for using aggressive and multiple Peyronie’s treatments are not yet proven, and are not within standard or accepted medical practice. We feel the ideas we submit these ideas here for your consideration since the pose the potential for improvement of PD. You should only consider using this information with your doctors approval and cooperation since it is currently outside the current standard of care.
Understand why Alternative Medicine treatment of Peyronie’s disease is not accepted by traditional medical practice, click Science is Slow.
Traditional medicine, with no accepted Peyronie’s medication, offers surgery as the only cure. PDI is not against surgery in cases that have been non-responsive to adequate use of multiple conservative care. However, too many men rush into surgery believing that is an easy and sure solution to a big problem. Each surgical candidate should remember these three things:
1. Surgery will not restore the penis to its original length.
2. After surgery hardened scar usually shortens the penis, often by 1-2 inches, a side-effect that no man views casually. 3. There is no guarantee that additional scarring and worsening of Peyronie’s disease might occur at the site of surgery.
Yet, there are many non-drug options from a large body of medical research that documents positive, but inconclusive and sometimes variable, reports of success. Changes that might occur in the body after Peyronie’s disease natural treatment tends to be subtle and slow, since their purpose is only to support or encourage a normal process of nature that is reduced or absent. Changes made in the body by drugs or surgery are aggressive, since their purpose is to force or create a change based on the intent of the physician.
Importance of Synergy
Our Peyronie’s disease treatment theory is that the potential benefits of these subtle natural therapies are enhanced and multiplied by simply using several alternative therapies at the same time – known to science as synergy. It is easy to understand – at lest for most laypeople – that a single natural therapy will not work as well as aggressive multiple therapies; like “ganging up” on the problem.
One child cannot lift a grown man; five or six children can do it with ease. It is our opinion that it is safe and reasonable to attempt to improve the eventual outcome of PD by faithfully and aggressively using several conservative treatments that are based on research science and common sense. We strongly suggest that the man with PD works with what is known and what is available – even if it is not perfect – rather than passively behaving like a PD victim.
Peyronie’s Treatment According to PDI – an Explanation
PDI’s theory is simply that medicine could be approaching the problem of Peyronie’s disease from the wrong direction. We believe it is better to direct treatment to the man who has the scar. The scar is essentially the same in each case of Peyronie’s disease, with little variation, compared to the extreme variation of unique personal chemistry and physiology of each individual man. Using therapies directed to the tissue, we are trying to treat the man and not the symptoms. If we focus to the man, and not exclusively to the scar, we are then more likely to address the crux of the real problem of Peyronie’s disease. If that sounds too simple, too obvious, so be it.
We believe that with this small but fundamental shift in thinking, successful treatment becomes possible. Our statistics indicate that we get better results with our Peyronie’s natural treatment that is directed to improvement or promotion of that general quality called “health”. What each man needs in order to improve his health is different from man to man. Therefore, our idea is to customize all Peyronie’s treatment to the needs of the individual, rather than just treating a scar.
Peyronie’s Treatment Fundamentals
Our opinion concerning Peyronie’s disease treatment is to do all that you can, as soon as you can, using as many of the safe and scientifically grounded options that are known to have some success in assisting your ability to heal and repair the Peyronie’s disease plaque. If after following an aggressive and scientifically based alternative medical program there is less than complete repair and healing, as can happen, then surgery can still be used. For further discussion, click on Heads You Win, Tails You Don’t Lose with natural Peyronie’s Treatment.
Suggestion to Create your Peyronie’s Disease Treatment Plan:
1. Be aggressive. Overwhelm the problem, support your health in a broad area.
2. Diversify. Use both internal and some external therapies. From the internal options, consider some nutritional and some enzyme therapies. Mix it up.
3. Read and learn about the various therapies. Understand why each is important.
4. Consider what you know about yourself. Select options based on you personally.
5. Discuss your ideas with your doctor.
29 thoughts on “Peyronie’s Treatment Options”
I have gone through a lot of case history and suggestion on Peyronie’s disease. No exact medicine I found for this PD. So would you kindly tell me the exact medicine of Peyronie’s disease and sources of collection. I will be very happy if mail in my address,
All you have to do is to look over the PDI site for all the possible information you need about Peyronie’s disease treatment. Just look at what is in front of you. TRH
If you have a cure for Peyronie’s disease how come you don’t give it to the medical board.
We do not have a cure for Peyronie’s disease. We are in the process of learning the best way to help the body heal Peyronie’s disease using natural Alt Med products. I have done this work since 2002 after my own Peyronie’s disease went away while using Alt Med, and a lot of other men have had success as well – from minor to major improvements. There are still too many open questions how this process works or if it is possible to streamline the procedures in some way. PDI has done five different research projects related to Alt Med ideas during this time, using volunteers via long distance. This is not the kind of work the medical establishment is looking for. But, personally, I am only concerned about seeing if there is anything I can do to help guys with Peyronie’s disease get over their problems; formal research can come later. Those men who no longer are dealing with the misery of Peyronie’s disease are happy I have taken this route.
Currently we are suggesting a very generalized approach with a large number of therapy items, while asking our men to monitor the response of the Peyronie’s disease fibrous material to see what dosage levels the body requires in each case to reduce the size, shape, density and surface features of the PD scar tissue. Most of the various therapies we use have been subjected to formal testing as solo therapy items in published medical research (vitamin E, vitamin C, L-arginine, PABA, acetyl-L-carnitine, coenzyme Q10, etc.) and have been earned mixed results to poor results when used as individual therapy items. By this I mean that medical research tests vitamin E by itself to see if vitamin E reduces Peyronie’s disease; they test acetyl-L-carnitine by itself to see if it reduces Peyronie’s disease, etc. This is how medical research is done. They are trying to determine if these vitamins have a drug-like effect on the PD scar tissue; and of course the answer is “no.” Vitamins are not drugs and do not work as dramatically or as forcefully as drugs; they work with the various processes of the body to help the body heal if it is possible. The difference with what PDI is doing is that we never use these therapy items as solo or isolated therapy items (like they were drugs); the difference with our approach with these same therapy items is that we use them in large combinations so that they are presented to the body in a more natural way as nutrients are taken into the body so the body has a boost of nutrients of these vitamins, minerals and enzymes that the medical profession has speculated are important to the healing of Peyronie’s disease. So far the idea is working fairly well in a good number of cases. When men use this beefed up assortment of nutrients that the medical profession has speculated are important to the healing of Peyronie’s disease we seem to be getting better results than they are used singly or as isolated therapy items. PDI gets 8-10 reports of success (from minor to major improvement) from men who follow the PDI concepts for every one report of failure.
Bear in mind there is no way a small group such as the Peyronie’s Disease Institute can do formal drug company-level research. We cannot match multi-billon dollar research, and it is that kind of research that they are looking for. And PDI must rely on the voluntary and individual reports of men who have used our ideas, so the information is not acceptable to the medical establishment.
For all these reasons the medical profession is not interested in what PDI is doing at this time with Peyronie’s disease. TRH
Can you mail the Peyronie’s disease medicines to a country in Central America? How long will it take? Is there any risk of not getting the package?
Peyronie’s Disease Institute mails all over the world, including Central America. We attempt to place orders in the mail the same day each order is received; 99% of the time we are successful. How long it takes to receive an order after it is out of our hands is variable, depending mostly on the customs office of each country. Orders to Canada usually take 5-10 days to receive; Australia and New Zealand usually 7-10 days; Great Britain usually 5-7 days; Central America usually 7-10 days. There is always risk your Peyronie’s disease treatment will not be received, usually due customs and import restrictions. My estimate is that for every 250 parcels we ship outside the US we will have a rejection of only one. For this reason we suggest each customer ask his customs office about restrictions for vitamins and related Alt Med treatments that are purchased from us. TRH
I don’t know who to talk to about this. My penis started curving to the left,then it began curving upward. Could this be Peyronie’s disease? I need someone to look at it and assess it and I need advice on what to do. Please help. Thanks….
Ask your family doctor to make a formal diagnosis of what is going on. After a rather simple evaluation you will be told if you have Peyronie’s disease. The doctor will check to see if you have any Peyronie’s disease fibrous plaque tissue, and ask you if you have any pain, if your erections are weaker or more difficult to maintain, if you have noticed any reduction of the size of your penis and a few other things.
If you have Peyronie’s disease you can use the information on this website to support your body’s ability to heal the PD scar tissue, as happens in 50% of occurrences; our treatment idea is to help you heal this problem like half of the men who have Peyronie’s disease. Good luck to you. TRH
I am 83 years old so having sex is not my concern, if I do nothing will the Peyronie’s disease eventually harm my general health? should I still see a Doctor about my condition?
Peyronie’s disease will not harm your general health; it is a local condition.
At your next office visit I suggest you mention to your doctor that you think you have Peyronie’s disease, just so you can discuss this situation with your doctor and your records can be complete. TRH
I went to my urologist when I noticed a hard pea / peanut size lump in the shaft of my penis and pain at the tip of the penis during sex. This went on for about a month and I went to see what could be the issue. The urologist informed me that I had Peyronie’s disease and it was in the acute phase. The bad thing was he told me that therapies weren’t really useful (injections or surgery is what he spoke about). I do not have a curvature just pain in the tip during sex but I have started to notice a twist of the head of my penis. Would the small plan help with my condition?
There is no way of knowing ahead of time if a person would do better with the PDI small, medium or large plan to treat Peyronie’s disease. In the upper right corner of the PDI website you will find two large yellow buttons; click on the “New Customer” button to get some help to decide which of the three plans might be more suited to your Peyronie’s disease situation; generally, the larger and more diverse a plan is, the more effective it will be in helping you eliminate the fibrous tissue.
Yes, your doctor spoke of injections and surgery as the only Peyronie’s disease treatment. Gee…an MD promoting drugs and surgery. Imagine that. On top of that saying that there is nothing you can do to help yourself heal a problem that goes away on its own half of the time anyway. Please spend just a little time on this website to review some of the information and ideas to see if it does not make sense to you.
After doing this work with Peyronie’s disease since 2002 we have developed a treatment protocol that is rather specific and tested by many thousands of men. By combining a number of Alt Med therapies our men report back 8-10 successes (from moderate to great) for every one failure. That is an impressive rate of success for a stubborn problem that drives the MDs crazy. We have found that by combining various natural Alt Med therapies many men do a better job of self-healing. Its really as simple as that. With continued feedback from men like you perhaps we will see even higher rates of success, and come to understand natural Peyronie’s disease treatment even better.
Let me know if you need information about treading your Peyronie’s disease. TRH
Thanks Dr Herazy for the info. To clarify about the urologist I saw for my Peyronie’s disease he wasn’t promoting surgery or injections as he mentioned they have a low success rate but its the same as you promoting the largest plan which cost more money to solve this issue but that you all probably gain from. To your credit it does makes sense that the more diverse the plan is that it could help with the matter. He actually just told me to not have sex for 2 weeks and to take an anti inflammatory (Aleve) to help the issue. Well I obeyed what he mentioned to do and of course same pain and lump is still there. I am actually going to go get a second opinion on this to see if that urologist diagnoses me with the same issue. I have read all about your plans and I fit the criteria that you all state in the small plan BUT if you insist with your information to go with a more diverse Peyronie’s disease treatment plan (medium plan) then I will take your advice. You know better than I do on this matter. I will keep in touch. Thanks again
Greetings again Brandon,
Thanks for the follow up information. Any urologist who admits that he is not happy with the success rate of Peyronie’s disease drugs and surgery should be given extra points for honesty and concern for patient welfare. It is always good to know your doctor is a straight-shooter.
Yes, the more diverse the Peyronie’s disease plan the more effective it is, assuming you are faithfully and aggressively applying whatever plan you select.
Peyronie’s disease is a tough problem to deal with and requires time and effort to help your body get it under control. Le t me know if you need help or information along the way. TRH
Hello Dr. Herazy,
I’m am 58 years old in decent shape and was recently diagnosed with Peyronie’s Disease. I have an hour glass shape near the base of the penis and a mild curvature to the left. My question is, which plan would you recommend?
Any of the three plans you see for Peyronie’s disease treatment on this website could be helpful to you if you faithfully and aggressively follow the instructions you will receive, regardless of the kind of distortion you have. The difference between the various plans is how intense and varied you wish your treatment plan to be at the start of care. We find that the older the problem and the more run down the man who has Peyronie’s disease, the more he will need the greater diversity of nutrients, enzymes and various therapies to support his recovery.
Generally, I recommend that a man uses the largest plan he can afford to use for at least 2-3 of intense treatment to see if he will respond to this self-treatment. Probably the best place to learn about the difference between the plans is at Peyronie’s disease treatment plans. Most men tend to use the large plan because they feel more confident doing more to assist their recovery.
Please let me know if I can assist you in any way with your Peyronie’s disease treatment plan. TRH
I just ordered the large plan for Peyronie’s disease. Does it come with a generic plan to follow or is it designed specifically for each person in regards to how much of each product to consume?
Yes, this is what the enclosed instructions suggest to do for aggressive Peyronie’s disease self-treatment. Of course there is more information about additional steps you will follow as your treatment progresses. Please follow all other notes and ideas offered.
Each plan comes with detailed instructions how you will be able to customize your plan to the correct Peyronie’s disease treatment dosage specifically for you. This is why we get 8-10 reports of moderate to marked success for each report of failure when our suggestions are diligently and carefully followed. Most failures seem to occur because the individual does not follow the information provided. TRH
Hello Dr. Herazy,
I received my order today (Large Plan). I want to make sure I understand starting the treatment with this plan. Am I supposed to take all the the items in the box by following the dosages found on each of the labels? So I will be taking: Unique-E Vitamin, Inflamazyme, Natural C 1000, PABA, MSM + Vitamin C, and Scar Free.
Then apply Super CP Serum, followed by Unique-E oil and lastly apply the PDM gel.
Would this be correct?
Why don’t you use a glass container for the DMSO given the possibility of leaching from the plastic?
Jacob Labs is the granddaddy of DMSO use in the world. It was the groundbreaking work of Stanley Jacob MD in the late 1950’s at the University of Oregon that led to the use of DMSO as a solvent and carrier in clinical application. Dr. Jacob and I worked together to develop the protocol for using DMSO in the treatment of Peyronie’s disease.
They have used polyethylene bottles for over 40 years because this material does not leach DMSO. It also wiser to use plastic rather than glass since it is safer not only in shipping, but also during frequent use in the home. TRH
is it safe to use dsmo as a carrier for castor oil in massaging the peyronie’s disease plaque?
When DMSO is used, it is a chemical process that occurs and not a physical process. Thus, massage is not necessary when using DMSO. Simply combine DMSO with the product you want to drive into the tissue, and the DMSO will carry it deep into the tissue.
I have never used or recommended a combination of castor oil with DMSO as a Peyronie’s disease treatment. I am not sure of the effectiveness of castor oil. It is very difficult to find reliable and accurate information on the internet about things like this. There are perhaps just as many men who have told me that castor oil helped their PD, as there are men who said it did not help. Without any experience combining DMSO and castor oil I cannot comment on the safety of doing it. TRH
I am Md. Suruzzaman from Bangladesh.I am 52 years old. I am diabetes pataint from 16 years and suffering from Peyronie’s disease from 01 year. I seen 03 Urologist doctor. My injectable therapy (Verapamil) is completed but no improve. My penis is 100% curved. The doctors said there is no good treatment in the world. I am thinking. What can I do? Please advice me.
Greetings MD Suruzzman,
So sorry to learn of your problem with Peyronie’s disease. Many of the men I work with have attempted to use verapamil with no success, so I am not surprised.
I do not agree that there is no treatment for Peyronie’s disease. The body self-cures PD in from 6-50% of cases. The PDI approach is to use a multi-based Alternative Medicine approach to support and encourage the body to do a better job of healing Peyronie’s disease. Based on independent and volunteer reports from men from all over the world I find that from 8-10 men report moderate to marked success of reducing and improving their Peyronie’s disease, when done correctly and completely, for every one report of failure. This suggests that there is an encouraging response that can be gained by using the PDI method.
Please feel free to evaluate the information on this site. Please let me know if you have any questions. TRH
I recently saw a training that medical doctors are going through to help Peyronie’s disease with PRP. The doctor who performs many of these procedures claims that he is getting really good success with PRP. However, he tells me to use a vacuum pump before and then after the procedure. He admits the vacuum procedure will make the penis sore and he doesn’t want the men to blame it on the surgery so he makes them use it before. The testimonials seem good about increased penis size and increased erections. I have tried a variety of nutrients like the vit e, acetyl carnitine etc with no success. I’m 53 and I feel like my length and girth is getting smaller from lack of use and lack of daily erections. What would you say in regards to PRP for Peyronie’s disease and doing it in combination with your suggestions? if we purchase your package will we get email support from you to answer questions etc on our journey?
Thanks for the questions. I could make a long and detailed response, that would be way too long, so I will answer as briefly as possible:
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) and hyaluronic acid has been experimented with mostly in animal studies to assess see if will help regenerate fibrotic or inflammatory tissues. Two primary problems encountered are corporeal rupture of the tunica albuginea, along with outright worsening of the Peyronie’s disease due to the series of repeated injections injuring the tunica albuginea. Some say it works to a degree, while some say it does not. It all comes down to skill of the doctor doing the procedure. Lots of men run into huge problems when they get a Xiaflex injection series. It is an interesting idea, but very difficult to perform well. When it is not done well, the results can be a nightmare.
All doctors say they get great results with these surgeries.
The vacuum pump (VED) can injure the penis because of the way it stretches the tunica albuginea; some men tell me their Peyronie’s disease started after using a VED. The soreness the doctor mentioned is due to this kind of injury. You do not see as many of them advertised in recent years because of law suits. Be forewarned.
I checked our records and I see you have never received any therapy products from Peyronie’s Disease Institute. Any vitamin E or acetyl-L-carnitine you took was not taken following the PDI protocol. There is a very specific way to use the nutrients in the PDI protocol that makes all the difference. Popping a few pills every day is not going to do it. You must use the PDI procedures correctly to get our results of 8-10 reports of moderate to marked success over Peyronie’s disease for every one report of failure. It can be done, but it must be done with the gradual and sustained increase of all nutrients we will provide to you.
Your lost penis size is not due to lack of use. It is due to contraction of the fibrous scar material in your tunica albuginea.
Yes, everyone you will get full support to use the PDI treatment protocol correctly. This support comes with your initial order when you will receive 12-18 pages of detailed notes how to use whatever it is that you order. No one complains they do not understand how to use the PDI therapy protocol after reading these notes. Further, I am available for email questions as well as direct telephone discussions to review specific questions and problems.
Good luck, Fred. TRH
Are your treatment options for Peyronie’s disease valid even if some calcification has occurred?
Great question. Even though your inquiry is short and basic, the answer could be very long and complex. If the answer was long and thorough answer, chances are few would read it. Therefore, I will just get down to the quick and practical answer you are likely looking for.
The best protocol for a slightly calcified Peyronie’s disease scar is the PDI large plan. Calcification existing in the shaft suggests a more chronic and developed problem, thus likely needing the additional therapies in the large plan. Just because it is the large plan, does not mean it has some magical ability to correct your PD. A man must be extremely diligent and patient with his healing process due to the presence of calcium in hte tissue. Treating Peyronie’s disease is never easy. The longer the condition has persisted and possible complicating factors (genetics, surgery etc.), the need or persistence increases. Men who have calcification of the PD scar report improvement of their PD, and they also report failure. The calcification makes things more complicated and difficult. However, the calcification does not mean your situation is hopeless either. You just have to try to see how much, or how little, you are going to respond.
PDI gets great results, considering that MDa think surgery is the only treatment option for Peyronie’s disease. That is too bad because surgery for PD is famous for complications and terrible recurrences even a short time after surgery. For over 20 years PDI has helped 8-10 men reduce their PD moderately to greatly using the large plan, for every one report of failure. Those are great odds for improving your PD problem. But you have to work at it.
Let me know if you have more questions. Good luck. TRH