In 2002 I started working exclusively with men who have Peyronie’s disease. Since that time I have noticed a common pattern with men about 6-8 weeks after the start of their treatment with Alternative Medicine. This pattern occurs no matter the size of the PD treatment plan a man uses, or even with some personalized modification of a standard PDI plan based on personal needs.
It seems that after seeing some initial changes in the size, shape, density or surface quality of their scars at about 6-8 weeks of Peyronie's treatment, improvement and progress will often level off or plateau. It seems that most men assume that all recovery and progress remains on a level and constant course, like putting your foot on the accelerator of a car. When they begin to notice their improvement has slowed down or stopped, they are stumped about what to do next. They will not know what to do with their current plan to improve it or modify it to assure continuation of those early positive changes.
Time and again I have seen this pattern: Start care, make progress, slow down or stoppage of progress. What must be done is some modification of the initial treatment (usually increase of treatment in some way) to again stimulate the healing capability of the tissue. This can be expressed as: Increase care by increasing current therapy or adding new therapy, re-stimulate immune response, make additional progress, monitor for next slow down. What happens after the next slow down or stoppage can be expressed in the same way: Increase care again in a same or different way, re-stimulate immune response, monitor for next slow down, and so on.
This process of exactly how to slowly modify Peyronie’s treatment to increase activity of the immune response against the PD scar is where the day-today challenge is found – and it is not easy.
Peyronie’s treatment plateau of progress
It is common for a man who experiences his first plateau of progress to think only in terms
of adding more therapies to his treatment lineup to re-energize his recovery. If he has gotten good results from a medium size PD plan, he will assume he must add one or more therapies that are not part of his current plan – like PABA, or the Genesen pointers, or acetyl-L-carnitine, or Unique-E vitamin E oil as an external application or the gentle manual penis stretching technique, etc. However, this is usually not necessary and not the best course of action.
From my experience, to help you get off your plateau and begin progressing again toward additional recovery it is best to work within the same group of therapies that was good enough to create your initial improvement. This is usually accomplished by slowly and carefully increasing the dosage of one of those therapy items a little at a time. If you develop any unusual problem/symptom while increasing your dosage, simply stop taking the product for 48 hours, and restart from the next lower dose. When you reach the highest dose where you had no problem or symptom, stay at that dosage level for a few weeks. After 2-3 weeks without problems, then slowly increase the dosage until you are at the desired level. You will know you are taking the correct effective dose when you begin to see improvement in your scar size, shape, density or surface texture.
Modify slowly and deliberately
If no improvement or change occurs in the features of your scar after being on the increased dosage for about 14 days, then increase the dosage again. Repeat this process until you begin to note improvement in your scar size, shape, density or surface texture.
Only after you have attempted to increase all therapies singly, and have attempted to increase several therapies together as a group, and all have shown to be unsuccessful should you then consider expanding the number of different therapies you use – like adding in PABA, or the Genesen pointers, or acetyl-L-carnitine, or Unique-E oil as an external application or the gentle manual penis stretching technique, etc. to your Peyronie’s treatment plan.