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:
- Mechanical penis stretchers
- VED or Vacuum pump
- Herbal preparations
- 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.