Hi Dr Herazy,
I was diagnosed with Peyronie's disease in Oct 2009. the urologist put me on potaba which did nothing. I then tried neprinol that did nothing. I saw the uro again and he put me oh high doses of oral Vitamin E and said I was to start VED therapy. My penis curve did not improve at all and in fact became worse. I was then also put on pentoxifylline which again did nothing. After no improvement and the curve to my penis being 40 degrees upward he told me the only solution was Nesbit surgery which I underwent out of desperation in May last year 2011. All was fine, my penis was very straight but shorter by about an inch but then in Sept.Oct the same year I began to notice my penis curving up again! Now in August 2012 it is really back to where I was in 2009 with an upward curve of 40 degrees. Very depressing as same curve just shorter penis!
What do you suggest in light of my previous drugs and treatment to try and cure this myself as I am beginning to give up on the uro's and certainly do not want more surgery after the first one failing me! What do you think about this if I order: DMSO, Super CD Serum, Vitamin E unique Oil, stretching video, Scar-X and Acetyl-L- Carnitine? I am in the UK. Hello, please help as I am now desperate and depressed.
I commend you for your tenacity and strength to continue to work to help yourself in view of all that has happened to you.
It appears that you have now spent some time reading a few ideas presented on the PDI website about Alternative Medicine treatment of Peyronie's disease. It sounds like when you earlier used Neprinol by itself you did not receive any good advice and you wasted that opportunity to do something positive and helpful for your curved penis. That is always the problem when buying Neprinol from people who do not know how to use it correctly.
Please do not evaluate Neprinol based on using it by itself. In my opinion that is not the best way to use Neprinol. It is a great therapy product but it must be combined within a well balanced Peyronies treatment plan that addresses other aspects of this complicated problem. You did the best you knew how to do, but you just did not receive good information. Neprinol cannot do it all by itself, but then again, no other therapy product can either; they all must be combined for greatest effectiveness.
If you read about the Nesbit Peyronie's surgery procedure and outcomes on the PDI website you will learn that it is not uncommon for Peyronie's disease to return within a few years; sometimes sooner and sometime later, but it will always return. The surgeons do not like to discuss this aspect of their work because it does not do a lot for their business prospects. In this regard I strongly suggest that you consider putting yourself on an aggressive support plan to minimize the potential of fibrous tissue return. The outline that you suggest is not a bad one and could be helpful in your situation. If it makes sense to you, as apparently it does, I suggest you put yourself of this plan you designed and try it for a month to see if it makes a difference in the size, shape, density and surface features of your scars – no plan can be evaluated on paper; it is only by applying it and evaluating how it affects your PD scars will you know if it is actually effective for you.
Please let me know if I can be of help to your effort. TRH