What is the best Peyronie’s treatment?


I am from Dubai.  My problem is like this:   Peyronie's disease with left lateral (side) penile curvature and constrictive ring deformity causing hourglass close to body. No pain up to now during sex.  I find that my penis  is now shorter by more than one inch.   I took vitamin A & E but it did not help.  What is the best Peyronie's treatment?   Thank you.

Greetings to you in Dubai,

I am sorry to learn about your problem.   

Taking only vitamin A and E is seldom effective because it is much too limited or narrow in its attempt to help you heal the PD scar.  The best Peyronie's treatment is not any one therapy, but a combination of several – sometimes many therapies that work to assist your ability to remove the foreign Peyronie's plaque or  scar tissue from your body.

Please do not think my answer is silly or insensitive.  Allow me to give you an answer that will tell you exactly what you need to do create the most effective therapy plan for your condition:  The best plan to treat your Peyronie's disease is the one that you create that causes your body to break down and absorb the foreign scar material.   The best Peyronie's treatment plan appears to be different for each man.   I do not know what you need to do to make this happen, but I can tell you how to figure this out for yourself. 

If you follow these steps you will do as much as you possibly can to be successful over your Peyronie's problem:

1. Learn as much as you can about the natural treatment of Peyronie's disease from the PDI website.  The more you understand the better your treatment and your results will be.

2.  Go to "Start Peyronie's treatment" to see the basic outline of getting started with care.  Follow those instructions your read about.  

3.  Determine the size, shape, density and surface features of each PD scar you can find.  If you do not know how to locate your PD scar(s) send me an email and I will give you special help to determine where it is located and how to evaluate it.  This information is critical since you will use it to measure the progress and effectiveness of your Peyronie's treatment plan.  Without this information you are only guessing about your treatment. 

4.   Monitor your PD plaque for changes as you follow your treatment plan.   If your scar or plaque changes size, shape, density or surface features while you are using your treatment plan, there is no need to change it; you simply continue to use that plan for as long as your scars continue to reduce. If your  scar DOES NOT CHANGE size, shape, density or surface features while you are using your treatment plan, you must increase the plan by either increasing your dosage of therapy products or increasing the variety of treatments you are using.  When you get to that point I will offer you ideas and information so you will know how you wish to proceed. 

Please let me know if you have an questions about how you wish to proceed.   TRH

Diagnosis of Peyronie’s Disease

Poor welcome to the world of Peyronie’s disease

It seems that most men cannot clearly or fully understand the scope of the problem when they are first given a diagnosis of Peyronie’s disease.

Obviously, when a man goes to the doctor for the first time it is because he is having a problem of some type with “his plumbing.”   It might be the sudden or gradual appearance of pain, a lump or nodule, curved penis or distortion of some type, or reduced sexual ability, that brings him to see his doctor or surf the Internet. While he knows he is having a few Peyronie's disease  symptoms that were not there until recently, he is surprised to learn there is actually a medical condition that causes his problem.

After being given the diagnosis, a common first mental question often is, “If there is this problem that can so cruelly affect a man, why on earth have I never heard of Peyronie’s disease before today?

It has been recently estimated that after the age of 40, there are about four to six cases of Peyronie’s disease for every 100 men around the world.  That is a lot of men and a lot of cases of Peyronie’s disease.  For such a common condition, why is it that no one seems to know about PD until it is too late?

There are a few answers to this question, and they are all important to any man dealing with Peyronie’s disease:

  1. No one likes to admit he has a problem, or is less than perfect, when it comes to his sexual apparatus and his sexual ability.
  2. No one wants to the subject of teasing or to be pitied.
  3. There is often such social restriction limiting discussion of sexual matters that prevents open and free information that limits the discussion of Peyronie’s disease or similar topics.

This is indeed unfortunate because if there was more knowledge of Peyronie’s disease there probably would be less of it. Additionally, if there was more knowledge and comfort  discussing this problem we would probably be a lot closer to a genuine Peyronie’s treatment than we are now.

If more young men were given more information, such as how trauma is associated with the start of Peyronie’s disease in over half of the cases, it is more likely that reasonable caution and defensive measures would be taken.  It is very difficult to avoid a problem if you do not know it exists. This is why in “Peyronie’s Disease Handbook” I spend a fair amount of time describing how men should talk to their sons about this problem.

To learn more about Peyronie’s disease, please go to the Peyronie’s Disease Institute website for information about cause, progression and Peyronie's natural treatment.