I was diagnosed with peyronies about 10 years ago. I had the classic lump and my penis had a bend to it. It isnt super bad but enough that I want it gone as much as possible. I took potaba and vitamin E for several months with no real progress. I cannot feel any scars or lumps at this time but it seems that my curve may be worsening all of the sudden. I do not have pain and can have intercourse but would really like to have as close to a normal penis as possible. Is there a way to treat my condition after so many years? How do I find the Peyronie's scar and what would be the best action to take on an extremely tight budget? I am now 41 years old and in good health other then some problems with my discs in my upper back.
Thank you so much,
POTABA and vitamin E do not make much of impact on Peyronie's disease; what you were given was a desperation prescription just to give you something to do and get you out of the office.
It is not at all uncommon for an older case of Peyronie's disease to continue to deteriorate and develop an increased penis curvature. I have worked over the years with many men whose PD is in the 5-15 year range and they are still able to make improvement based on the concept that the Peyronie's plaque is still capable of change – for bad and for good.
Order "Peyronie's Disease Handbook" to learn how to find and define the PD scar since it is essential that you know all the physical features of it since you will use that information to determine how to manage your treatment program.
On a limited budget I would suggest starting with the small plan and working it aggressively against frequently monitoring your condition for making changes in the size, shape, density and surface features of your scars. TRH