Hi Dr Herazy
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When I was 58 years old (I am now now 62 years old), I had a severe case of Peyronie's disease which came out of the blue. When erect, my bent penis had an angle bend of about 60 degrees about half way along, so my future looked pretty bleak.
I investigated surgery and it frightened the hell out of me. There were no promises of success and I formed the opinion that the surgeons/urologists had locked in their opinion and you were just fodder for their work. Then I found your web site and treatment plan. I did the lot other than the Japanese herbs which irritated my stomach. I hit it really hard and kept at it. It took about 6 months before I really noticed some improvement and it gave me some cheer. I kept at it and it took about 18 months in total to really get my penis back to pretty well straight.
I'm very pleased to say that I'm fully functional and have been since the recovery.
I've been meaning to tell you of my success and I can recommend to anyone – follow the full treatment plan for as long as it takes. It's a pain to do as it's got so many pills/lotions/etc, but it works. And it's been a darned side cheaper than surgery could ever have been.
Greetings and thank you Greg,
Thank you for the report of your success, but especially thank you for being dedicated enough, tough enough and stubborn enough to stick with it to work for your recovery. Yes, you are right a lot of work and sacrifice are needed for recovery against Peyronie's disease. I see that most men who fail to earn the degree of improvement that you did are not willing or able to work the way you did. Too many try to change the PDI method to make it something that it is not, and they fail. You did it the right way and you beat the monster that was taking your life from you.
If PD was an easy problem, and easy to reverse, it would not be the kind of life changing problem that it is. There are many more men getting the kind of results you got in the last few years because the PDI method is getting more refined. For more information please see Is it really possible that Peyronie’s disease completely disappears?
Before I make a few comments, Greg, allow me to remind the readers of a few things based on what you have told us in your email. First, this recovery that took place was in a case that was for Peyronie's disease that was 2-3 years old when you started your care; this was far after the time it should have cleared up on its own. This means Greg's case was past the time it should have gone away on its own, so we are confident that it was just not a spontaneous recovery that would have happened anyway. Greg was successful in helping his body do what it was not doing on its own. Second, his doctor wanted to cut on him, he was that bad and his sexual activity was that effectively reduced that he was fair game for the scalpel. This was not a minor or easy case. Thirdly, he said, “I did the lot” meaning he did not hold back he was aggressive. This is always key to recovery. Please take note.
For full disclosure I think I am am accurate to say that you and I have never spoke or communicated about your treatment plan, or to answer any questions from you during your 18 month Peyronies treatment . My recollection is that you did your treatment pretty much on your own while learning how to approach your self-care from the PDI website exclusively. This is good because it has always been my intention to make the PDI site so informative and inclusive that a man like you could read and learn on your own, and be totally self-sufficient to reach total recovery, as you did. Congratulations.
Having mentioned all that, allow me to say it is my guess that I could have probably helped you along the way and made your journey a bit faster, or a bit easier, or a bit less expensive, or all of these. I get feedback from the men I work with that the personal input and ideas I can offer will often make nice changes in the rate and degree of their recovery. I mention this because most men I work with usually wrap up their plans in less than a year; sometime in six months or so.
Now that you are back to where you want to be, please keep in mind that anyone can re-injure themselves by being careless or assuming too much. There are several things you need to keep in mind as you resume sexual activity as before: Make sure your erection is a solid as you are able. Make sure she is ready for intercourse with a lot of foreplay and natural lubrication, or use copious amounts of silicone based lubrication if necessary. Make sure your selection of sexual positions are safe; do not use any intercourse positions that you have had trouble with in the past in keeping connected during intense activity (when you pop out of her you are extremely vulnerable to re-injury so keep your arm around her waist or hold her hips to make sure you do not get injured), so steer clear of those , please.
Again, nice work and congratulations, sir.