I have used your basic plan in 2010 and after that I discontinued since I was able to get erections and intercourse was not painful. Later I have been diagnosed with an enlarged prostate but PSA is normal. Now I have irritating and burning pain after ejaculation for many hours and my penis appears to become short although the curvature is not significant. The amount of semen is also very little. I am 47 years old. Never used Viagra or any other enhancing drugs.
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I am deficient on Vitamin D and taking an Omega supplement which also has Vitamin E. What plan you would recommend for me and can you provide me details of medication in each plan. It was listed in this site but could not find now.
I suspect that you did not correctly or completely finish your course of initial care and that this is the reason some of your symptoms of small curvature has come back. Since you discontinued care because your erections improved and intercourse was no longer painful, I suspect you made a fundamental mistake in understanding how the PDI treatment should be used. It appears to me you did not monitor the condition of your scar in terms of reduction of the size, shape, density and surface features of your Peyronie's disease scar to know for a fact that your true problem was gone. While it is good your pain improved and your erection quality improved, that is not a good way to determine success or failure in treatment. I also suspect that you got a small reduction of your scar (enough to make intercourse less painful and erections stronger) but that there was more work left to be done to reduce the scar further that you did not do.
Many of your current complaints could be due to the prostate enlargement you mention; you should discuss this with your doctor. For this I suggest that in addition to using the medication he has prescribed for you, that you consider using multiple vitamin supplement that will supply all the nutrients that you need for your general health, plus special nutrition and herbal support for the prostate gland; it is called Prosta-Support. Additionally, it would be good for you to talk to your doctor about performing a simple and economical prostate massage on yourself a few times a week using the Aneros prostate massager.
You should consider using at least a medium Peyronies treatment plan, and even a large Peyronie's treatment plan if it is in your budget because it is larger and more diverse, to help your body completely eliminate the remainder of your Peyronie's scar. TRH