Should I add Neprinol to my Peyronies treatment plan?

Hello doctor,  My bottles of Fibrozym and Nattokinase from my first order are almost finished.  I am already beginning to see my scars getting smaller and softer so I am really encouraged.   You had recommended replacing these two with Neprinol when I reorder my other therapy products.  Is this the best time for that order of Neprinol, or should I reorder Fibrozym and Nattokinase and also add Neprinol to my plan.  Thanks,  Larry


Greetings Larry, 

You are very early in your care and you are already seeing some positive changes, so I will assume that more change and progress is possible once you determine the best therapy plan for your particular problem.

Everyone must work to figure out what is the best therapy plan for himself.  I suggest you should think about doing this, based on your response to your current strategy: try using only Neprinol for awhile, and see what happens.  Experiment a bit and see what happens. 

Take the Neprinol in a slowly increasing dosage based on the general information you receive when you order from PDI. If taking Neprinol as the only enzyme therapy causes your positive changes to regress or slow down, then it is a mistake and you should go back to Fibrozym and Nattokinase – but it really should make a greater improvement. If taking Neprinol as the only enzyme therapy causes further positive changes, then stay with that for a while.  After a month or two of good changes on Neprinol only, then continue using Neprinol but add Fibrozym and Nattokinase back into your plan so you are taking three enzyme products. See what that does to your scar reaction.

EVERYTHING gets back to how your scar responds. You and I can make up all kinds of treatment strategies, but you must test any of them against what they do to your scar.  It does not make any difference what you and I think might be helpful to reduce the PD scar.  You must prove to yourself that what you are taking is working by actually measuring positive changes in your PD scar.  This is the PDI treatment philosophy that makes sense to everyone.   

Your scar is the enemy – destroy it – and it will tell you exactly what it will take to do the destroying if you know what to look for in scar behavior.  However, you must be paying very close attention to what it is telling you in order for you to learn from it.  TRH


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