Heads You Win, Tails You Don’t Lose with Natural Peyronie’s Treatment

Heads You Win, Tails You Don't Lose with Natural Peyronie's Treatment

Logic and scientific basis for natural Peyronie's care

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Anything you do for your Peyronie’s disease – even if what you do is to do nothing – is a choice and a calculated gamble.

Peyronie's Disease Institute's opinion is that it is smart to use the best of what is known and available while the truth about PD is still being debated. If what you do makes a difference to your Peyronie's disease, look what you gained. If your Peyronie's disease natural treatment effort does not help your PD, you did not harm yourself and chances are the various therapies at least benefited your overall health and well-being.

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This website offers a base of information to create a personal treatment plan with reasonable possibility to improve your opportunity for success, based on the synergy of using multiple therapies yet with minimal risk since none of these treatments are inherently dangerous. With so many simple, safe and sensible things that often work, even though none of them have full scientific proof and acceptance, you have a reasonable chance to increase your tissue’s ability to heal and repair your PD. Even if these therapies do not help your PD, there is only remote chance any of them could do harm. This is not true of medical therapies. Peyronie's Disease Institute uses therapies that are refinements of substances normally and naturally found in your tissues – vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and amino acids. None of the therapies we propose are foreign or invasive in nature.

If you are successful in supporting your health sufficiently, and your tissue responds by healing your PD – you win. If you are not successful in supporting your health sufficiently or early enough to adequately make the changes or improvement in your PD as you hoped – you don't lose. There are no known side-effects to the elements of this treatment plan, and you improved your eating habits, improved your nutrition input, exercised more, probably removed some plaque from your arterial walls, probably lowered your blood pressure, probably noticed that your blood circulation was improved and your hands and feet are not cold as they were before, and probably witnessed general improvement in your overall health or elimination of your curved penis – you don't lose.

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Peyronie's treatment and your odds for success

If after following an aggressive and scientifically based alternative program of care your PD does not respond, as can certainly happen, then Peyronie's disease surgery can still be performed. It seems logical that the PDI approach to managing PD is a safe way to use the time that the average MD would suggest that you do nothing to help yourself. Most conservative thought would be favorable to spending a few dollars and reasonable effort to reduce the need for an eventual surgical procedure. The person with a cold takes vitamin C to increase the function of his immune response, and expects to shorten the time he is ill. The person who has a broken bone and takes a calcium supplement, or the person who is anemic and takes some extra iron, or wants to build up some additional muscle tissue and takes some extra protein, is thought to be sensible and intelligent.

The Peyronie's Disease Institute tactic of aggressively using widely acceptable nutritional information and science in a Peyronie's disease treatment plan is not much different. These measures have been reported to improve the ability of the body to heal and repair PD in certain studies — and could increase the odds you could be in the 50% group that eventually recovers from Peyronie's disease.