Spontaneous Remission of Peyronie’s Disease

Spontaneous remission of Peyronie’s disease 

Spontaneous remission of Peyronie’s disease occurs when PD simply goes away on its own.  No outside help or treatment is needed.  This happens more commonly than men are aware.  Peyronie’s disease is filled with many unknowns and controversy.  Self-healing of PD is just one of them. How often, when, and why a spontaneous remission of Peyronie’s disease happens are just a few.  Some say PD never goes away. But, others say it goes away half of the time.
The term “goes away on its own” is another way of saying “self-healed” or a spontaneous remission of Peyronie’s disease. This is not an example of playing with words.  There is no difference in what these terms mean. When the body rids itself of PD it is a spontaneous remission of Peyronie’s disease and a natural cure.  Hence, there is a cure for Peyronie’s disease.  The body is able to cure Peyronie’s disease.  It happens either rarely, or in up to 20-50% of the cases, depending upon whom you choose to believe – but it does happen.

Cure for Peyronie’s disease is natural healing 

Self-healing is an important choice to consider for treatment of Peyronie’s disease.  It means that a man can attempt to encourage or trigger his body do a better job of self-healing with Alternative Medicine.  By using different internal and external therapies recommended by PDI it might be possible to encourage or promote spontaneous remission of Peyronie’s disease.
What does a medical doctor mean when he says there is no cure for Peyronie’s disease?   He really means there is no drug that he can prescribe that is a Peyronie’s cure. We have established that the body can and does heal the Peyronie’s plaque in an undetermined number of cases. With the Peyronie’s Disease Institute therapy program we are attempt to increase the odds for a spontaneous remission of Peyronie’s disease.

Is cancer more difficult to treat than Peyronie’s disease?

A spontaneous healing, also called spontaneous remission or spontaneous regression, is the unexpected cure or improvement of a previously stable or worsening disease.  These terms explain the unexpected improvement of a cancer.  Everson and Cole explained spontaneous regression and remission from cancer in their 1966 book, Spontaneous Regression of Cancer, this way: “The partial or complete disappearance of a malignant tumour in the absence of all treatment, or in the presence of therapy which is considered inadequate to exert significant influence on neoplastic disease.”

Medical sources report that spontaneous regression of cancer is rare.  They estimate that spontaneous healing occurs at the rate of 1 in 100,000 cancers. Everson and Cole explain that at least for small tumors, the frequency of spontaneous regression had been was drastically under-reported. In their carefully designed mammography study they found that 22% of all breast cancer cases underwent spontaneous regression. They explain spontaneous remission or regression from cancer: “In many of the collected cases … it must be acknowledged that the factors or mechanisms responsible for spontaneous regression are obscure or unknown in the light of present knowledge. However, in some of the cases, available knowledge permits one to infer that hormonal influences probably were important. … In other cases, the protocols strongly suggest that an immune mechanism was responsible.”

Results for assisted spontaneous remission of Peyronie’s disease

If the body can cure cancer on occasion, why not Peyronie’s disease if you are doing many things at once to encourage a spontaneous remission?  Even without help, in 6-50% of cases of Peyronie’s disease the problem goes away on its own.  Think of how much more might be possible with help.

All of this should give you some encouragement about Peyronie’s disease self-treatment.  The Peyronie’s Disease Institute therapy program follows  a logical and reasonable course of action to promote self-healing. This is why since 2002 PDI averages 8-10 reports of moderate to marked improvement when using the PDI treatment program correctly, for every one report of failure.  That is an excellent ratio of success, or assisted remission of Peyronie’s disease.

2 thoughts on “Spontaneous Remission of Peyronie’s Disease

  1. Tom Stewart says:

    I have recently experienced a spontaneous remission of Peyronies Syndrome. It had been quite painful and I had not been interested in sex for some years for a number of reasons but lately I’m back to normal.
    A specialist told me there was nothing he can offer for it and so I had decided as I was 65 years old that it was all over.
    Imagine my surprise.

  2. Dr.Herazy says:

    Good for you, Tom! Congratulations on turning your Peyronie’s disease around.

    Yep. Spontaneous remission of Peyronie’s disease occurs in anywhere from 6-50% of men who develop PD. There is no way to know exactly how many men self-heal their PD because once they are recovered and gone they are difficult to track and locate. These men do not have to do anything extra or special to help themselves; it just goes away because the body heals it.

    It is because of this ability to heal the Peyronie’s disease fibrous tissue that men should be encouraged that they can help themselves get rid of of their PD with Alternative Medicine, just as I did. The thinking is that if 6-50% of men self-heal their PD without help, how much better could I do if I helped myself do a better job of healing.

    The PDI treatment concept is designed to support and encourage recovery from PD. We have developed a treatment protocol that supports, promotes and strengthens the ability to heal Peyronie’s disease so that perhaps a man can do a better job the second time around. Since 2002 our records show we get 8-10 reports of marked to moderate success over Peyronie’s disease when the PDI treatment is done correctly, for every one report of failure.

    Please tell as many men with PD about your spontaneous recovery, and mention that there are things that can be done to assist the natural recovery process. TRH

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