This is a great way to start Peyronie’s disease treatment if you feel that your condition is not severe, or if you have had PD for less than 12 months, or if you are under 25 years of age, and yet you want a well-designed plan. The small plan also makes sense if you are on a limited budget and want to get started to do something to support your natural healing ability against Peyronie’s disease.
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HOW LONG will the small 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 Small Plan take 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 Small Plan, the average person re-supplies the Unique-E, Natural C, Inflamazyme, Scar Free and MSM about every 4-6 weeks, and the PMD DMSO every 2-3 months.
WHAT DOES THE SMALL PLAN COST?
The suggested retail price for these 8 items is $204.90. Here with NHE LLC, you would usually pay $181.10 for these 8 items separately, but order all eight items in the small plan bundle to save an additional 10% ($18.10) from our already low prices – just $163.00!
HOW MUCH WILL IT COST EACH MONTH to treat my Peyronie’s scar with the small plan?
The average man will spend about $70-90 monthly to replenish the small plan, after he makes his initial purchase which will be the one-time greatest expense.