Dear Dr. Herazy: I have seen three urologists, one of them the best in Florida. They all have told me that none of this Peyronies treatment can work. Please explain to me how can you prove them wrong.
I do not have to prove them wrong. In 2002 I eliminated my own Peyronie’s disease using the simple and direct methods you see on the PDI website. I am fine today.
To answer your question in the most direct and simple way, the PDI Peyronies treatment works by trying to improve, support and encourage the natural ability of the body to heal Peyronie's disease. It is not perfect, it does not always work. From my experience it works in about 80% of the cases when done aggressively, correctly and faithfully as outlined in the PDI website. Nothing works all the time. When I talk to men who do not get help using the PDI concept of Peyronies treatment I find that it is because they did not use this method correctly; they altered or cheated the process and reduced its effectiveness.
If you decide to believe your doctors who have never used this approach, then that is your decision. But before you make a final decision you should know more about this different concept of health care.
I suggest to you that you do some thinking on your own. While it is very important to discuss things with your medical doctor, it is also just as important that what you decide is reasonable and sensible to you. Decide if this is a rather simple way to look at this problem of Peyronies treatment sense to you, or not:
1. Does my body have an immune response that heals and cures many health conditions? The answer is generally, yes. If your body is functioning as it should, correcting Peyronie's disease should be a natural thing to do; this is why about 50% of men get rid of PD on their own without any outside or additional help.
2. Is it true that PD is eliminated by about half of the men who come down with this problem in the first 12 months after developing it? The answer is generally, yes, men cure their Peyronie's disease in about half of the cases. You might run into different percentages of those who self-correct, and these are usually lower. However, just as there is controversy about what percent of men have Peyronie's disease, there is even more controversy about how many men self-correct for this problem. No one knows for sure any of these numbers, so these are generally estimates of what someone thinks.
3. If Peyronies disease is cured in about half of the cases within the first 12 months after developing it, does this or does this not mean that there is a natural cure for PD? The answer is that it does. When a problem is eliminated
4. If PD is cured in about half of the cases within the first 12 months after developing it, what is wrong with my immune system that I did not correct my PD like those 50% of men whose PD just goes away on its own? The answer is too complex for anyone to answer at this time, so we flood the body with as much natural vitamins, minerals, herbs, enzymes and other therapies to help the body do a better job to heal and correct the original problem.
5. If the body can heal PD 50% of the time, is there something that I can do to improve, support or encourage my own body to do a better job of correcting or eliminating my PD like the other half of men who do it without any outside help? The answer is that about 70-80% of men see positive changes in their Peyronies scars when they use the methods as outlined in the PDI website.
Medical doctors, when they develop Peyronies disease, face a real dilemma because they know the limitations and dangers of medical care. Many eventually come to the PDI website and use this method. I am helping 2-3 MDs right now correct their PD problem. Medical doctors are aware of the limitations of what they offer the average Peyronies treatment patient; they are aware of the risk of creating additional injury when any drug is injected into the tunica albuginea of the shaft; they are aware of the potential danger of the new collagenase drug, Xiaflex; they know and have seen the horrors of Peyronies penis surgery when it goes bad. This is why they hesitate to use for themselves what they prescribe for others.
It is a tough thing when people tell you different things. You must make up your own mind about your Peyronies treatment. Does it make sense to first try to help your PD to heal better by using the natural PDI approach, and then later if that fails to try a more radical and risky treatment? Or does it make sense to first risk getting more scar tissue from your surgical Peyronies treatment when you have already demonstrated that you make too much scar tissue. In doing this Alternative Medicine work treating PD since 2002 I have seen no evidence of side effects or complications from using this conservative methods. In that same time I have communicated with literally many hundreds of men who have had bad reactions to drugs and surgery to treat Peyronie's disease.
You must consult with your doctor about your Peyronies treatment, ask good questions, listen carefully to the answer you are given, and then make up your own mind about your eventual care.
Let me know if I can help you in any way. TRH