It is my understanding that Neprinol contains everything that the Fibrozym and Nattokinase supplements contains and is more potent, thus making it redundant to add Fibrozym to a program that already includes Neprinol. Am I missing something?
No, some men want assurance they are not missing anything in their Peyronies treatment plan, and they intentionally use the redundancy of getting the nattokinase and serrapeptase from two different sources.
Men use Neprinol both ways – as a total substitute for the other enzyme products, or in addition to them (usually with the Neprinol being the primary enzyme source and the others being used as a minor role). The choice is yours. When I successfully treated my own scars that is what I did – I used the Neprinol as the primary and largest supply of systemic enzymes, and then added in a few of the others per day.
I would consider trying just the Neprinol by itself, and see how it works for you and your scar. If that is not enough to get your scar to change favorably, then bring back the Fibrozym or Nattokinase, or Quercetin/Bromelain if you are also using it, or all of them. You must keep experimenting to learn what makes your scar respond favorably and then continue with that. TRH