I am a 39 year old male that developed peyronie's about 1 year ago. Much of the curvature has gone away, but my erection still bends slightly down (compared to having a natural upward curve previously), and it has a dimple on the underside of the shaft. Most of the pain has gone away. At the recommendation of my urologist, I was taking oral Vitamin E of about 400 IU daily, and added Wobezym (6 pills daily), Serrapeptase (120,000 IU/2 daily), and bromelain (1000mg daily of 2,000 GDU/g).
I was considering ordering the medium plan along with the stretching DVD. Do you think this would be the best route to go? How long do you think it would take to see results?
Judging your progress simply by noting good or bad changes in the penis curvature is not a good strategy. Naturally it is the bent penis that gets your attention and it is what you most want to see improved, but it is a poor way to evaluate what is going on with the Peyronie's disease treatment you are doing.
The fact is that the curved penis is not the primary problem of Peyronie's disease; the primary problem of Peyronie's disease is the internal scar or Peyronie's plaque that causes the penile distortion. The size, shape, density and surface features of the internal Peyronie's plaque this is what you need to measure and evaluate to determine if your effort is being truly successful or not.
Another fact is that your Peyronie's plaque can be worsening and your curved penis can become straighter at the same time this is happening. This happens when the growing PD scar tissue balances out the internal stresses and tissue pulling that takes place because of scar material. This is not a good thing. I f you have a large and complex interplay of PD scar material that is so arranged that your penis is straight, is this really desirable? Is it a good thing? If you say, “What do I care if the scars are getting worse? Just as long as the curve is getting better and I can continue to have sex.” The answer to that attitude is to understand that Peyronie's disease is not a static problem and over time it will worsen. You might eventually have the currently balanced scars become imbalanced and they can begin to pull the penis in a weird and abnormal way resulting in a worse curve than you had at the beginning of your problem.
Of course, I have no way to know the condition of your internal scar tissue. But then again, neither do you unless you understand this concept and are paying attention to what is really important. Your internal scar material could be totally reversed, it is possible, but you will never know and will remain at a distinct disadvantage for as long as you ignore what is going on inside.
Only you will know the best treatment route to take by noting the response of your scar in terms of changes of the size, shape, density and surface features of your internal Peyronie's plaque. The medium plan is a good one to work with. Take it as you are given suggestions when you receive your order and every 7-10 days evaluate your shaft for changes in the scar size, shape, density and surface features. Increase the dosage of your plan until you see definite and clear reduction of the size, shape, density and surface features of the plaque material. This is the very best way to know you are following the best plan of action for your recovery.
When a man follows a very aggressive Peyronies plan and does so faithfully, and finally reaches the correct dosage by slow incremental increase of dosage while evaluating the size, shape, density and surface features of his fibrous Peyronie's plaque, he can expect to see changes as quickly as 7-10 days after he has reached his correct dosage level. Notice, I did not say his PD would be gone, just that his scar would begin to be reabsorbed and start to get smaller as determined by these various measures. After that point it is usually 2-6 months of care to have all the tissue changes occur that will take place.
By the way, you might be getting better results with Neprinol. I also recommend that a good treatment strategy includes a variety of Peyronies disease exercises along with using vitamins, minerals, enzymes and herbs to support your natural recovery. TRH