Peyronie’s Disease Treatment – FAQ

Peyronie’s Disease Treatment – FAQ  

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS about natural Peyronie’s disease treatment

  1. What results do you get with your natural treatment plans?

This information about Peyronie’s disease treatment can only be an approximation, as explained below.

For every 8-10 emails or telephone conversations I receive reporting nice improvement of Peyronie’s disease, I receive one email or telephone call complaining of no progress. People tend to complain more than they complement.  Hence, I believe these numbers show a favorable result for this Peyronie’s disease natural treatment.

No man is obligated to report to me or assist my effort.  All care is voluntary and self-directed. Every man follows a slightly different therapy plan, in his own unique fashion.  Some are “good pill takers” and never forget. Others are “bad pill takes” and frequently forget.  It is impossible to compare treatment results because all treatment eventually becomes different. For these and similar reasons, results of following “a PDI plan” cannot be evaluated scientifically.

Perhaps at some future time PDI will be able to publish exact percentages of treatment results. For now, I deal informally with men from around the world who irregularly tell me about their recovery. They are often reluctant to discuss their penile deformity with anyone. I have no control how, if, and when these men use their various therapies.  Therefore, I have no way to measure progress or compare results.  For these reasons, these informal reports are the only information available.

  1. How long does it take to see results with this method of Peyronie’s disease treatment?

Some men begin to notice favorable or positive results in a few weeks, others take months, and some not at all.  Favorable response means some level of reduction of size, shape, density and surface features of the PD scar.  Improvement of the scar leads to pain reduction, improved erection quality and improvement of the curved penis.

Most often, men who follow the largest and most aggressive Peyronie’s disease treatment plan get the fastest and best results.  Those men interested in using an aggressive and well-designed treatment plan often use the Large (Best) Plan for personal treatment.  Some men even add more therapies to the PDI Large Plan, pushing for even faster results. The Medium (Better) Plan is perhaps the most popular of the three plans.  The Small (Good) Plan is a reasonable choice for young men with a small problem.  These plans are examples of balanced and diverse ways to improve natural healing when PD appears.  I encourage each man to create his own plan or modify these examples to suit his individual thinking about therapy.

For more information, click on Peyronie’s Cure and Natural Treatment.


  1. How long will the large plan last? How about the medium plan?

Everyone uses different parts of the Large Plan at different rates.  Only some parts of a plan need replacement.  Other parts are permanent.

The average person resupplies the Large (Best) Plan this way:  DMSO, Unique-E vitamin E oil and Super CP serum replaced every 3-4 months.  The Unique-E capsules, vitamin C, PABA, Fundamental Sulfur and Scar-Free resupplied every 3-6 weeks.  The Inflamazyme systemic enzymes replaced every 3-4 weeks.  Of course, the most expensive part of the Large Plan – the ultrasound equipment – does not need replacement. The Massage and Exercise video is never replaced.  For this reason, generally the average man spends about $85-110 monthly to replenish the Large Plan.

What is true about replacement for a Large Plan is generally true for the Medium (Better) Plan.  Only some parts of a plan need replacement.  Other parts last three months and other parts last from 4-6 weeks. The average man spends about $75-95 monthly to replenish the Medium Plan.

Eventually, most men add to their plans, altering and enlarging it.  Additionally, there will always be differences in how a plan is used. Some men use lower dosages, and others larger. Some men never forget to take a dose, and others frequently forget.  Because of this, each bottle will last for a variable time.  In other words, not all people who get a Large Plan use it in the same way or at the same rate.

  1. Are there any side effects with the different therapies in your treatment?

Generally, none to rare side effects.  PDI Peyronie’s disease natural treatment supplies nutrients needed for PD healing.  Customers do not report side effects in the same way as when drugs are used.

Peyronie’s treatment plans that involve the use of enzymes and nutritional products are used aggressively and frequently throughout the day.  Therefore, those with a tendency toward digestive complaints, or metabolic tissue toxicity, can have temporary GI symptoms. They can have diarrhea with related gas symptoms (foul smelling flatus or lower bowel gas).  Diarrhea occurs perhaps in one out of 100 people based on customer reports.

To date, PDI has never received any reports of side effects or problems other than diarrhea or gas.  This is an easy situation to control.  Simply lower the enzyme dosage for a few days, following detailed instructions supplied with each order.

  1. What are the best therapies to treat Peyronie’s disease?

This is perhaps the most common question people ask about Peyronie’s disease treatment.  There is no single “best” therapy.  They are all important.  No one vitamin, mineral, enzyme or therapy will do that. Accordingly, it takes a diversified and broad range of many different therapies to improve healing.

Further, the intention of the question is to limit Peyronie’s disease treatment to only one or two therapies.  Bad idea.  This strategy will always lead to reduced effectiveness of treatment.

Let us say you think that the pitcher is the most important player on a baseball team. What kind of team would only use pitchers for every position?  The results would be disastrous.  Every team needs a variety of players who possess different skills and abilities to accomplish different tasks and assignments.  Natural healing needs the same variety and diversification. PDI has evaluated all the medical research and determined those vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes and therapies that are part to the PD healing process.  These are all part of the PDI therapy lineup.  Using only a few of them limits their effectiveness.

  1. What therapies do you recommend at the start of treatment?

Make your treatment as broad and diversified as possible. Refer to the PDI therapies plans for examples. Use as many different therapies as possible. The PDI concept is about using combinations of several natural Peyronie’s disease treatments because it multiplies potential benefits – called synergy.

To say it another way: synergy is the tendency of one plus one to equal three.  Two people working together can do the work of three working alone.  Three people can do the work of four or five working alone.

Synergy and treatment of Peyronie’s disease means the harmonious or mutually beneficial effect of two or more objects working together to achieve a result that is greater than the sum of their efforts.  Three therapies are better than two, five therapies are better than four, and so on.  Our approach is to overwhelm the problem with the synergy of many therapies.

  1. I do not have a lot of money, but my PD is getting worse. I need to start treating it.  What would you do?

First, I would learn as much as I could about Peyronie’s disease.  Get the “Peyronie’s Disease Handbook.”  Education about the problem comes first.

If it were my curved penis, I would declare a personal emergency. This is what I did in 2002, when I developed Peyronie’s disease. My response was to stay keenly focused, committed, and relentless for a natural Peyronie’s disease recovery. Never once did I take anything casually or let up.  I would do it the same way now.

However, there are always financial considerations to every decision. Even so, I would dig down deep to make whatever financial commitment necessary to advance my recovery.  Do not make the mistake of being casual about taking care of yourself and later regretting it.

  1. What do you know about using an enzyme product called Neprinol for Peyronie’s disease treatment?

Neprinol is fast becoming the most popular of the Alternative Medicine therapies.  It is a more potent combination of nattokinase (Nattokinase 1500), serrapeptase (Fibrozym) and bromelain (Bromelain 5000) than if you would buy them individually.  The 300 capsule size of Neprinol is the best value.  The larger bottle size and higher concentration make Neprinol a “better deal.”  For these reasons, Neprinol is actually a more economical enzyme product than the others, even though it has a larger initial purchase price.  Most everyone sells Neprinol for $144.95; we sell it for $135.00.  We have always gotten good reports from men after they add Neprinol to their treatment plans.

Neprinol also contains CoEnzyme Q, plus a few others therapies. The major difference is that the concentration of serrapeptase and nattokinase in Neprinol is higher than if you took those same enzymes in individual tablets.

When I was actively treating my own Peyronie’s disease I took all three products, but with a greater emphasis on Neprinol.  I did this way to cover my bases and to keep my tissue as saturated as possible with these enzymes.

Lastly, do not focus on one particular therapy in your Peyronie’s disease treatment, even if it is concentrated like Neprinol.  Always attempt to create a synergy by using several diverse therapies for maximum therapeutic effect.

  1. I think I can save a few dollars if I shop on the internet. Why should I get all the different vitamins and supplements from PDI?

There are many reasons:

Service – PDI offers email support and direct personal assistance for the products sold here.  We give support and information to those who buy from us.  We know Peyronie’s disease natural treatment like no one else. An internet discount broker only takes orders.  You can rest assured they will not know anything about PD. This as an extremely valuable service the others cannot possibly match.

Quality and Quantity – Since this discussion ultimately is about the well-being of your penis, this is an important issue.  PDI deals with huge companies that have earned great reputations in the health care industry. You can trust them, based on their long records of accomplishment and satisfied customers. If you want and need a Cadillac and then focus only on price, you might not realize you are buying a Volkswagen. You get what you pay for.

Value – Compare our prices for the high level of quality and quantity of these particular formulations. PDI has a competitive pricing structure of which we are proud. You cannot find better products that deliver this Q/Q for the prices we have set.

Convenience and Speed – PDI ships 99+ percent of orders the same day as received.

  1. I got my vitamin E from the drug store under my doctor’s prescription when I first got my Peyronie’s disease.  It didn’t help. Why should I try using your vitamin E?

Not all vitamin E products are the same. Some are better than others are.  Our vitamin E is better than the one you used.  Yours from the drugstore was synthetic.  Ours is the highest quality organic vitamin E available anywhere, from a company on the cutting edge of medical science and technology. The vitamin E we sell – Unique-E – is a highly respected research grade vitamin E used in university and government research.

Unique-E is the same brand I used when I successfully eliminated my Peyronie’s disease.

Lastly, using any vitamin E alone to treat Peyronie’s disease (as most medical doctors will suggest) is doomed for failure.  Vitamin E works best when combined with many different nutrients.

  1. I am not sure I have Peyronie’s disease, or if I really need Peyronie’s treatment. There is a little bump on my penis and maybe there is a small curvature, but it may have been there before. I have no pain and my erections are just like they always have been. Could I have Peyronie’s disease?

No one can say if you have Peyronie’s disease, or not, without a thorough history and complete examination.  Get yourself checked by an urologist for a diagnosis.  If it is PD, it is likely an early case.  Start care early with an aggressive Peyronie’s disease natural treatment plan. Please review all the information on this website.  Discuss our treatment concepts with your doctor.

  1. I have had Peyronie’s for about a year now. It seems like my curved penis is worse even though I am taking medication from my MD. If you did not have a lot of money to spend, what would you do?

First, I would learn as much as I could about Peyronie’s disease natural treatment, by getting the book, “Peyronie’s Disease Handbook.”  Education about the problem comes first.

Since you ask the question “what would you do?” your question will be answered that way:  If it were my curved penis that was getting more bent all the time I would make a very deliberate and intense effort to find the money I needed to help myself as much as I could. I would declare this a personal emergency to take care of my problem. Having said all that, and realizing there are always financial considerations to every decision like this, I would first read all the sections on this website to identify the areas that seem to address my needs most, and start from there. Thus, closely evaluate what therapies you need.  Do not make the mistake of being casual or cheap about taking care of yourself and later regretting it.

  1. My Peyronie’s scar changes all the time! I swear, sometimes that scar down there seems to be different every few hours. Is that possible? Is it common for the scar to change so much?

Yes, frequent change of the penile scar is common in the early stages of Peyronie’s disease.

For the very reason the scar changes so much in PD, you should feel encouraged.  Your PD scar tissue is responding to various biological changes and activity in your body.  Most of these changes related to your diet affect your metabolism.  It is the opinion of PDI that these changes in your scar are not random.  Rather, they occur in response to the thousands of changes that take place in your internal chemistry all day long.  Most importantly, these internal changes are often in response to things that you can control.

First, be aware of how your scar changes in relation to what you do.  What you eat and how you eat influence the PD scar all day long.  As your body chemistry changes, the scar changes.  Thus, natural Peyronie’s disease treatment is all about changing the body chemistry with better nutrition and various treatment procedures. Once you see this connection in action, you will understanding how to manage it correctly.  You will be able to control it, rather than it controlling you.  The frequent changes you mention indicate your scar is still remodeling.  This is great, it works in your favor.

Lastly, PDI’s theory is that change is good.  If the scar is changing often, it can change for the better when directed and controlled by your therapy plan.  Be grateful, a scar that does not change is a real problem.

  1. I am using all these different therapies.  How will I know which one really helped my Peyronie’s disease? 

You will not. However, is it that important?  Primarily, the most important priority is simply to get well.  You can always play a game later, trying to figure out the most valuable therapy. 

“Being defeated is often a temporary condition. Giving up is what makes it permanent.”
– Marlene von Savant

4 thoughts on “Peyronie’s Disease Treatment – FAQ

  1. Adam says:

    Hello again,
    I am using the ultrasound unit three times a week as part of my Peyronie’s Disease treatment plan, following the printed instructions you sent with the unit. (I am doing other external therapies and internal therapies, as well.) Could you possibly clarify something for me?
    I have three Peyronie’s Disease scars—two on the top of my shaft that are easy to feel, and one on the side that is harder to locate. So far, I have been alternating treatment of the top two scars—one during one session, and the other during the next session on another day. I use the pulsed setting on high right on top of whichever scar I am treating, without moving the unit around.
    My question is, would it be better for me to treat both scars in a single session, by using the continuous setting and moving in small circles across the two scars (which are fairly close together)? Or even try to treat all three scars at once? Or should I do one scar one day, the second another day, and the third on another day—all pulsed right on the scar? What would be the most helpful approach as far as effectiveness?
    I also was wondering one more thing. The unit does indeed seem to “bite” me at times (like you mentioned on your paper), and it is quite uncomfortable. Last night was particularly bad, as it happened even when I changed to the low setting. What was really weird was that even when the unit was off, but still plugged in, when I touched it to my penis it still seemed to be biting a little. I didn’t make any sense to me how that would be possible, but when I unplugged it and tried touching my penis with it again, there was no bite. Could this be some kind of electric shock that is being somehow conducted down the cord by the gel? Just wondering if you have heard of this or have any insights or suggestions. (I am going to try a different wall outlet the next time and see if that helps at all.)
    Thank you for your time and your informative website. I think I finally understand the “try as many therapies at the same time as you possibly can” approach. Who cares if I ever know which one fixed the problem, or which ones produced the proper synergistic effects? I don’t need to know which hose put out the fire—just spray all the hoses at once (as many as I can handle) until that fire is out, and keep adding hoses until it is! Have I understood this Peyronie’s Disease treatment approach correctly?
    Thanks again!

  2. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greetings Adam,

    Thanks for the questions about Peyronie’s disease treatment.

    I believe all of your problems with the biting sensation you describe are due to insufficient gel being used during your US therapy sessions; the sound energy is not being delivered well into the tissue because there is not enough gel and this causes the bite. Please use slightly more gel than what you have been using (no need to use a lot or make a mess) and you will have better contact and no unpleasant sensations.

    Another suggestion is to use the continuous mode and make small overlapping circles with the sound head as you deliver the therapy into the scar tissue. Please follow all instructions you were given when you bought your unit.

    Yes, you are correct and stated well the basic strategy for Peyronie’s disease treatment. When a team wins the game, it is because of the combined effort and ability of all players. Even though the pitcher gets all the attention, he would be in great trouble if there was no catcher and no first base player, or no coach coordinating their efforts. Treatment synergy of a well-rounded multiple therapy approach is what gets results to reduce the Peyronie’s disease scar tissue. TRH

  3. Ramy says:

    Hello, Dr Herazy,
    I have read some articles here, and would like to just understand theoretically two things:

    1. This condition happens from trauma, so when someone get hit, how should he determine or just know that he traumed himself so the he foresee Peyronie’s disease coming early and act, I mean everyone gets hit often.

    2. Does this condition changes or decreased penis size permanently?

    Thank you, sir.

  4. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greetings Ramy,

    Peyronie’s disease is usually thought to arise from trauma. Injury is perhaps the most common cause. But it can start after use of some medications, as well as from overuse of alcohol and tobacco.

    There is no direct or sure way to know that one particular trauma will cause Peyronie’s disease. Large trauma, and small repeated traumas over an extended time period, are most likely to cause Peyronie’s disease, as opposed to small or occasional traumas. Any trauma that causes swelling, bruising of the tissue and prolonged pain is more likely to result in Peyronie’s disease. The best course of action is to avoid trauma to the best of your ability. After an injury happens it is very wise to be especially careful that a second injury does not happen too soon after a first injury. Meaning, do not allow yourself to be injured too many times too close together.

    After injury, use ice applications to the area and aspirin to get the swelling out of the tissue, and essential fatty acids and Neprinol.

    Lost penis size is basically permanent. Over several years it might slightly increase, but not much.

    Thank you for your interesting questions. Your English is very good; you should be proud. TRH

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