Do you have any advice because I am making slow progress with my Peyronies treatment plan?

Dr.

 

I now take Neprinol 4 pills 3 times daily, vitamin E 2 pills 400iu 3 times daily, Sulfur 2 pills 3times daily, and Scar x 2 times daily, e oil, and Super CP Serum with DMSO.  Sometimes progress seems very slow but have only been doing this dose for about a month. Have been about half this dose for about 7 months.  Any advice?

Scott
 
Greetings Scott,
 
If you were taking half of your current plan for seven months it is no wonder your progress is slow.  It is great that you can see progress with your problem after only one month of being on a more aggressive plan.  This is how it should be done.
 
Your current plan is moderate perhaps compared to others who make progress.  I mention this only to give you an idea what others find they must do to reduce the PD plaque. 
 
You should not design your plan based on what others do, but only work based on how your tissue responds to what you are doing.  If the scar does not get smaller, softer, less well defined or change the surface texture, then you should consider upping the plan in some way that will increase your ability to break the scar down and remove it.  Again, as I am sure you are tired of reading from me, all plan changes are based on the response of the PD scar or plaque and not the appearance of bent penis.  The scar will guide you to what your body needs to do the job of healing your Peyronie's disease.    
 
You are taking a large dosage of vitamin E, Scott, so I would suggest not taking any more of it. In fact, you could be taking less vitamin E if you added some vitamin C to your plan (maybe 3,00-5,000 mg daily).  The other therapies can be increased especially the enzymes.    
 
I also suggest that you add in some additional external therapy, like perhaps the technique found on the gentle manual penis stretching video. This would give you more variety of treatment options.  
 
You should be slowly and gradually increasing the dosage of your plan every 7-10 days if you do not see improvement with the size, shape, density and surface features of your Peyronie's plaque. 
 
If you have any specific questions about locating or defining your PD scar or increasing your plan, arrange for a phone discussion soon.   TRH 
Dr.Herazy

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