urance is there after spending hundreds of dollars on your treatment options that the Peyronies disease will be helped?
Oh, I see. You are looking for me to give you a guarantee that the Alternative Medicine plans will work before you start.
No worthwhile and accepted medical treatment or procedure provides a guarantee of results. Aspirin does not guarantee anything, no blood pressure or cholesterol medication manufacturer can guarantees results, no guarantee comes with Viagra, and certainly no surgeon guarantees even the most minor surgery. Your dentist does not guarantee the Novocain will numb your gum, and that is why he keeps asking you while he is drilling your tooth if you can feel anything (he/she does not know if it is working the way it should). Yet you ask me to guarantee treatment of Peyronie's disease.
Within the world of Peyronie’s disease treatment I seem to notice most often a guarantee attached to ads and promotions for single remedy products that are sold by overseas companies. To keep myself informed about these products and to determine if there might be anything to their claims, I have on several occasions attempted to contact these companies that “guarantee” results. Never have I had any success in having a single one of these companies return a phone call or answer an email inquiring about their products. This, in my opinion, speaks volumes about the worth and credibility of any guarantee from companies that offer such a promise. I think the informed buyer had certainly beware meaningless and silly guarantees for results with a condition so difficult to treat as Peyronie’s disease.
All information found on the PDI website points to the direction that each man must understand that Peyronie’s disease is an extremely tough problem to deal with, hence the lack of interest or effective treatment from the medical community. The condition is marked by many variables and almost no constants that are commonly found in other health problems that make treatment possible. PD is so variable it lacks those benchmarks, due to the variables you correctly anticipate must be part of this response. It is the variables of PD that make PD what it is, and complicate all forms of treatment of it. How long a person chooses to treat his PD is a personal choice, as are other aspects of undergoing Alternative Medicine treatment. I would speculate that on average, a man – if he is going to see results at all – will tend to notice change within the first 3-4 months of care using the PDI concepts of Alternative medicine treatment. Sometimes noticeable change occurs in a few weeks, and other times not at all.
Further, there is no way to predict or guarantee outcome of treatment because there is no way for me to assure that a man will actually go about treating his PD as he should.
That is just the truth of it. I am sure if you would ask your family medical doctor that same question you would get the same answer.
Perhaps you are simply not aware that 50% of the cases of Peyronies disease will clear up on their own, demonstrating that the condition is indeed responsive to self-repair or self-healing. The PDI concept of treatment for Peyronie’s disease is simply to do as many things as possible – all at the same time – to help and support and encourage the body in its effort to cure its Peyronie’s problem. We are not trying to get your body to do something special like growing an extra finger or raising your IQ 100 points. We are only attempting to assist the body to heal the Peyronie’s plaque like 50% of men will do naturally. It is as simple – and complicated – as that.
I suggest you go to the PDI website to read more about this process of natural healing, at “Peyronie’s Treatment Philosophy.” You simply lack confidence in yourself and this concept because you do not understand it. TRH