Peyronie’s cure

No Known Peyronie's Cure

As any reputable Peyronie’s disease website will tell you, there is no known Peyronies cause and no known Peyronie’s cure.  Any advertisement that tells you they have a Peyronies cure should cause you not to become hopeful, but very skeptical.

There are many large categories of products that are heavily promoted as a Peyronies cure.  There is even a book written about PD that claims it offers a Peyronie's cure; when you read the book, you will learn it conveniently avoids making a claim for a cure even though a cure is mentioned in the title. In addition, if you Google the term “peyronies disease” you will always see a large column on the right-hand side, promoting any one and more of these products:

  1. Mechanical penis stretchers
  2. VED or Vacuum pump
  3. Herbal preparations
  4. Systemic enzymes

Since I am deeply committed to helping men solve the riddle of how to increase their ability to self-heal Peyronie’s disease, as happens naturally in 50% of PD cases, I look into all of these companies who make a claim for a Peyronies cure.

Peyronie’s cure companies do not like to communicate

For several years I have followed a policy of sending at least three emails to each and every company that claims to have a Peyronie’s cure.  In each case I will introduce myself as someone who helps people with PD, and I disclose the URL address for the Peyronie's Disease Institute website so they will know I am sincere.  I ask each one a few pointed questions about their product and their claims.  I even tell them that if there products are as good as they claim, I would be pleased to offer that product on the PDI website.  In this way, you can see that anyone who actually had a great product would be more than happy to discuss their Peyronie’s cure with me.  I do this for the high-priced mechanical penis stretchers, VED makers, and all makers of pills and potions that fit this description.  To date, I have never received a response from any one of them.

Based on the total lack of response from these people to my repeated questions, I think it is fair to assume these folks are not what they claim to be.  If you read their limited background website information, you will see the claims are not supported by anything.  If they had something of substance to say, they would not hesitate to let me know.

I seem to notice that many of them are many of them make it difficult to know where they are located.  You can imagine the kind of service you would receive after they have your money, or if you want to ask them to honor their refund guarantee.

If anyone has a comment or experience they would like to relate concerning any of these products that are supposed to be a Peyronie’s cure, I know I and many others would like to learn of your direct experiences.

Peyronie’s Disease Treatment and Neprinol

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:

  1. Neprinol contains a high concentration of nattokinase, serrapeptase, bromelain and Coenzyme Q, and related co-enzyme factors.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. Neprinol comes in a bottle of 300 pills, while the separate Nattokinase and separate Fibrozym enzyme products come in bottles of 100.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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…”

Peyronie’s treatment, vitamin E, PABA and U.S. government

Vitamin E and PABA Used for Peyronie's Treatment

Here is interesting vitamin E, PABA and Peyronie’s treatment information from the National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse, an important arm of the prestigious National Institute of Health.

This information about  Peyronie’s treatment and vitamin E is not exactly new, because frankly, there is not much that is  new in the search for a Peyronies cure.  Even so, what makes this section worth reading is that it is interesting and immensely informative in a different way.  What is important to know about Peyronies treatment from a medical standpoint is not what is revealed, but what is not  mentioned about Peyronie’s treatment – in this case concerning the use of vitamin E.

This following paragraph is copied under the NIH’s discussion of “Experimental Peyronie’s Treatments”:

“Some researchers have given vitamin E orally to men with Peyronie’s disease in small-scale studies and have reported improvements. Yet, no controlled studies have established the effectiveness of vitamin E therapy. Similar inconclusive success has been attributed to oral application of para-aminobenzoate [PABA], a substance belonging to the family of B-complex molecules.”

It is important to know that this is as far as the discussion concerning the use of vitamin E and PABA goes in this government article.  It reports that “small-scale studies…have reported improvements. Yet, no controlled studies have established the effectiveness of vitamin E therapy.”   So, if there was some improvement noted when vitamin E and PABA were used in Peyronie’s treatment, exactly why have there been no additional controlled studies conducted to prove or disprove that these early initial positive reports were factual?  If it looked like these two experimental, but natural, non-drug Peyronie’s treatments were helpful, how can it be that no further testing has been done in this direction?

Isn’t the drug industry, or the AMA, or the government, or some private research group out there supposed to be interested in finding a Peyronie’s cure?   If some natural Peyronie's therapy like PABA or vitamin E showed some initial promise, why has no one looked into it further?   If something comes along that is naturally occurring, easy and inexpensive to produce, safe to take compared to drugs, and readily available in the marketplace, and happens to look like it could help men with Peyronie’s disease, why has it not been investigated further?  Why, indeed!

Vitamin E as a Peyronie’s treatment, or not

The answer to this natural question is found in the second sentence, in which it is mentioned, “no controlled studies have established the effectiveness of vitamin E therapy.”  This means that without these additional higher-level controlled studies, the effectiveness of vitamin E and PABA remain conveniently unproven. Therefore, vitamin E and PABA remain only at the experimental forever.  Exactly where the drug industry wants them to remain.  So long as they continue to ignore vitamin E – to not give it a legitimate opportunity to prove or disprove it's value to assist in Peyronie's treatment – the medical community and the drug industry can correctly say it is “unproven.”   This keeps vitamin E, and PABA, and other Alternative Medicine therapies out in the cold, where they would like them to remain.

It appears that the drug industry does not want to know if Peyronie’s disease can be treated with vitamin E.  If it were known that vitamin E, or PABA, or the PDI treatment concept of synergistic use of multiple Alternative Medicine therapies, are actually effective Peyronie’s treatments, then the entire argument against their use would crumble.  No one has stepped forward to conduct controlled studies because of fear that vitamin E, or PABA, might actually help the body heal the Peyronies plaque.

So long as the necessary tests are withheld, it is perfectly honest and legitimate to say that these natural therapies are “not proven” by controlled research.  This is a great discussion stopper, isn’t it?  Yet, no one goes the next step to ask, “And, exactly why have these necessary controlled studies not been performed in view of the small-scale studies that indicated these simple measures were effective?  Why the delay?  Why the lack of interest?”

Well, I guess we all know, and it should not surprise anyone, that the answer is the importance of profit over humanitarian interests.  It is unfortunate but apparently true, since I have found no reasonable answer to explain why this testing has not been conducted.   You can assure that if small-scale testing of a new drug showed the same improvement, that vast sums of additional funding would be forthcoming for controlled studies.  In this way, once that new drug could be proved or disproved, its march to the marketplace and profitability would be hastened.

Lastly, if you think the use of vitamin E or PABA might not be a reasonable kind of therapy to use because they are “unproven,” now you understand that this state of being unproven is a convenient strategy of those who help themselves more than they want to help you.

Perhaps this will help you to understand, and feel differently about, the use of vitamin E, PABA, and the rest of the Peyronie's Disease Institute program to treat this male scourge.   For more information about the use of vitamin E in the treatment of Peyronie's disease, go to Vitamin E, and to learn about the use of PABA in the treatment of Peyronie's disease, go to PABA.

This is why it is necessary for each man to look out for himself and become the master of his own Peyronie’s treatment, since there is no one as interested in your welfare as you – and the Peyronie’s Disease Institute.

Peyronie’s Disease Treatment Success Stories – Big and Small

Men do not like to discuss their Peyronie’s disease condition

Each day I run into many examples of reluctance to talk about their Peyronies disease. A woman will tell me her husband has shut her out completely about his PD, and just clams up and walks away when she asks him about his Peyronies. I often write notes on the PDI order forms that go out to men when they receive their shipment of Peyronie’s treatment supplies; I ask, “Please write me a note and tell me how it is going for you.” I rarely get a reply, even when I learn later things are going great. Men send me an email, asking a question about their Peyronies treatment or something about their penis problem. In that email many of these men will often admit that it has taken them a few months to get the nerve to write to me.

It seems that there is something in most men that they just do not like to address the problem of Peyronie’s disease – almost like by not discussing it, it does not exist. Whatever the reason, I hope that men will some how feel more comfortable using this blog to discuss their small and large successes using the Peyronies treatment ideas found on the PDI website. I trust that men will share the good news of reducing and eliminating pain in the penis or curvature, eliminating or reducing Peyronies plaque or scar material, regaining lost length, and improving or restoring sexual function.

Please take a moment to tell others about the areas where you have had success and the things that have improved since you have begun using the Alternative Medicine treatment concepts to increase your ability to heal your Peyronie's disease.

When to Take Supplements in a Peyronie’s Disease Treatment Plan

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


7. Acetyl-L-Carnitine

8. Prosta-Support

9. NanoGreens – our new green drink

Take these between meals (1 hour or more before eating or 2 hours after eating):

1. Neprinol

2. Fibrozym

3. Nattokinase

4. MSM (Fundamental Sulfur) – only if it bothers your digestive tract when taken on an empty stomach

5. Quercetin/Bromelain

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