My doctor wants to put cortisone injections into my Peyronies scar, what do you think of that?
Will steroid injections reduce the inflammation and pain of my Peyronies?
I have curve to the left and is causing me serious trouble when I got erected.
How do I fix my curved penis?
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You can spend a little time and effort reading and learning about Alternative Medicine treatment of Peyronie's disease. I suggest you go to “Start Peyronies Treatment” found at the top of the PDI home page and get busy. You can also read any of the hundreds of answers I have already given to this same question that appears in this Question/Answer section. TRH
hi doc plz tell me the correct and easy way to make it straight i m soo worried doc plz help me!!! guide me with natural and easy exercise in treatment thank you…
Sorry to disappoint you but there is no easy or fast treatment for Peyronie's disease. PD is not that kind of problem.
You seem to be a young fellow who might be inclined to believe the nonsense of some of the bogus websites that promise fast and easy Peyronies cures when nothing like that exists. Mystery herbs from Pakistan or mechanical penis stretchers will not correct the curved penis that is worrying you. Everyone believes that penis stretching will work until they learn it is a painful process that many men cannot do for more than a few minutes and is not effective because having Peyronies is not like having a bent paperclip.
You will have to do some work, maybe even a lot of work, to help and support your body's ability to recover and reabsorb the Peyronie's plaque. It can be done and it is being done daily, but always with effort and time. All you have to do is go to Start Peyronie's Treatment and start learning and reading.
If none of this sounds appealing to you, you can always come back to the Peyronie's Disease Institute website when the easy methods have failed and you might be a bit worse.
Let me know if i can help you in any way. TRH
I have had Peyronie's for approximately two years. I had about a 45 degree bend upwards and about a a 15-20 degree bend to the right. I noticed that I had a large scar along the top of the shaft about 2″ and a small nodule about 1/4 inch in diameter on the right side. I obtained your gentle manual penis stretching video and started with the exercises and took PABA, Vitamin E, Nattokinase as you suggested in the instructions PDI provides. I continued with this stretching exercise and the vitamins and enzymes and have now straightened out the shaft. I do not feel any more scar tissue. I was wondering if I am going to have to continue on with the PABA? I will continue to take the other natural vitamins and supplements as I was taking before i developed the Peyronie's, but I did not ever before take PABA so i wonder if I should continue with that. Thanks for your help.
First of all, congratulations on your successful treatment of Peyronie's disease. Many people doubt that they can do what you did. I get this kind of report from people around the world several times a week telling me that they have recovered from their terrible Peyronie's problem by following the simple directions and ideas found on the PDI website. Good for you.
I doubt you will have to continue with the PABA or continue doing the gentle manual penis stretching technique now that your Peyronie's plaque is gone. Since 2002 I have been consulting with men about Peyronie's disease and in that time we have had some really great results. In all these years I have never had anyone come back to me a year or two or five years later to report that their PD has come back when they stopped taking the PDI Peyronies treatment plan they used to recover from their problem.
However, I would say that half of the men who get over their Peyronie's disease say they will continue with certain parts of it because they believe they get general health benefits from certain products (Neprinol, nattokinase, vitamin E, acetyl-L-carnitine, etc.) I have recovered from my own Peyronie's disease now for about ten years and still take Neprinol, Omega T, and vitamin E because I am convinced of their broad health benefits.
Again congratulations on your great Peyronie's treatment story. TRH
I hurt my penis during sex. At first it had a curve but that went away and instead the penis has shortened drastically. Sex is no longer achievable and a simple act like urinating into a toilet bowl is a problem because the penis has shrunk so much that I cannot point it at the bowl. I either have to drop my pants or sit on the toilet and push the penis down to prevent it from urinating at 90 degrees.
I live in South Africa and the urologist has said there is nothing that can be done. Is this true?
The statistics found in medical journals and the internet about penis shrinkage related to Peyronie's disease are variable and of questionable accuracy due to the natural of the problem. As I remember, the published rate of reduction of Peyronies men who experience penile length and/or girth is said to be 25-50%. However, based on my conversations and email from men with PD I would put that number easily in excess of 75%. What you report is not at all uncommon. It is a consequence of the excess fibrous tissue build up that causes contraction of the deep soft tissue of the penile shaft, and also can cause distortion, such as a curved penis or an hourglass, bottle neck or dent deformity.
When your urologist told you noting can be done for this problem, he/she should have more accurately said there is nothing that medical practice can do to help you. There is a lot you can do to help yourself. If about half of the men who develop Peyronie's disease experience a spontaneous remission or self-cure of this problem, then it is obvious that these men are capable of curing their own problem. PD is cured half of the time without any outside help by the natural healing process of the body. The PDI concept for treatment of Peyronie's disease is simply to assist or support that same natural healing process by using a combination of vitamins, minerals, herbs and enzymes and other techniques that allow the body to heal better – to increase the odds that you too can care your PD like you should have in the first place. Your urologist only says there is nothing that can be done to help you, only because he/she does not have a drug to use for that purpose. "We do it my way, or no way." What arrogance.
Probably the best place for you to start looking for information about Peyronie's treatment using Alternative Medicine is from this link from the Peyronie's Disease Institute, "Start Peyronie's treatment."
Believe me, you would be shocked to learn the number of MDs who contact me from around the world about using Alternative Medicine and the PDI approach to Peyronies treatment when one of them develops PD. Drugs and surgery are for patients, and when one of them has a bent penis they they suddenly want to be very conservative with what they do. TRH
urance is there after spending hundreds of dollars on your treatment options that the Peyronies disease will be helped?
Oh, I see. You are looking for me to give you a guarantee that the Alternative Medicine plans will work before you start.
No worthwhile and accepted medical treatment or procedure provides a guarantee of results. Aspirin does not guarantee anything, no blood pressure or cholesterol medication manufacturer can guarantees results, no guarantee comes with Viagra, and certainly no surgeon guarantees even the most minor surgery. Your dentist does not guarantee the Novocain will numb your gum, and that is why he keeps asking you while he is drilling your tooth if you can feel anything (he/she does not know if it is working the way it should). Yet you ask me to guarantee treatment of Peyronie's disease.
Within the world of Peyronie’s disease treatment I seem to notice most often a guarantee attached to ads and promotions for single remedy products that are sold by overseas companies. To keep myself informed about these products and to determine if there might be anything to their claims, I have on several occasions attempted to contact these companies that “guarantee” results. Never have I had any success in having a single one of these companies return a phone call or answer an email inquiring about their products. This, in my opinion, speaks volumes about the worth and credibility of any guarantee from companies that offer such a promise. I think the informed buyer had certainly beware meaningless and silly guarantees for results with a condition so difficult to treat as Peyronie’s disease.
All information found on the PDI website points to the direction that each man must understand that Peyronie’s disease is an extremely tough problem to deal with, hence the lack of interest or effective treatment from the medical community. The condition is marked by many variables and almost no constants that are commonly found in other health problems that make treatment possible. PD is so variable it lacks those benchmarks, due to the variables you correctly anticipate must be part of this response. It is the variables of PD that make PD what it is, and complicate all forms of treatment of it. How long a person chooses to treat his PD is a personal choice, as are other aspects of undergoing Alternative Medicine treatment. I would speculate that on average, a man – if he is going to see results at all – will tend to notice change within the first 3-4 months of care using the PDI concepts of Alternative medicine treatment. Sometimes noticeable change occurs in a few weeks, and other times not at all.
Further, there is no way to predict or guarantee outcome of treatment because there is no way for me to assure that a man will actually go about treating his PD as he should.
That is just the truth of it. I am sure if you would ask your family medical doctor that same question you would get the same answer.
Perhaps you are simply not aware that 50% of the cases of Peyronies disease will clear up on their own, demonstrating that the condition is indeed responsive to self-repair or self-healing. The PDI concept of treatment for Peyronie’s disease is simply to do as many things as possible – all at the same time – to help and support and encourage the body in its effort to cure its Peyronie’s problem. We are not trying to get your body to do something special like growing an extra finger or raising your IQ 100 points. We are only attempting to assist the body to heal the Peyronie’s plaque like 50% of men will do naturally. It is as simple – and complicated – as that.
I suggest you go to the PDI website to read more about this process of natural healing, at “Peyronie’s Treatment Philosophy.” You simply lack confidence in yourself and this concept because you do not understand it. TRH
Dar Dr. Herazy,
I am a 46 year old man and 6 years ago I noticed a curve in my penis when erect and a loss of significant size- width and length. I do not have pain though and went to a urologist (hard to do, embarrassing) and the guy was not cool. He grabbed my flaccid penis for a second and told me to take l-lysine or something. I am really at wit's end and have basically given up a life of intimacy because of this. I don't want a weird operation, but feel my case is not super severe. It certainly hasn't worsened over the years. Any advice?
I am not sure about your reference to l-lysine, an essential amino acid, being prescribed by your doctor as a Peyronies treatment. I suppose it is possible, but the connection between the two is not direct. Further, although you did not come out directly and say so, I will assume that your urologist gave you a diagnosis of Peyronie's disease.
There are three forms of carnitine: L-carnitine, acetyl-L-carnitine and proprionyl-L-carnitine. Acetyl-L-carnitine (ALC) is the principal form used in most research and treatment of Peyronie’s disease (PD). The two primary building blocks of carnitine are the essential amino acids lysine and methionine. While this might be the basis for the thinking behind prescribing l-lysine to you, it seems more direct to simply prescribe that you take acetyl-L-carnitine. Perhaps you were overwhelmed, as most men are when they first learn that they have Peyronies disease, and you misunderstood.
Peyronie's surgery is the most common medical option that is presented to a patient, even suggesting surgery before more conservative options are tried. PDI is not against surgery as a treatment of Peyronie's disease, but it is best considered as a last resort, not as a first measure as some doctors are inclined to do. Please be very careful about considering any Peyronie''s operation since the negative consequences can be devastating.
The fact that the curvature of your penis has not worsened over the years does not mean it cannot do so at any time. It is always wise to be cautious and aggressive in treating yourself to eliminate the Peyronie's plaque even if the distortion is slight and stable, because any case of untreated PD can worsen suddenly.
My advice is to spend some time on the PDI website learning about the Alternative Medicine treatment of Peyronie's disease, and how you can do simple things to increase your body's ability to heal the Peyronie's plaque like the 50% of men whose PD just goes away naturally. Our approach is not radical; we area only attempting to increase or support a natural healing process that happens in half of the cases of PD. It is not like we attempt to get you to grow a 6th finger on your hand or to jump over the moon. This is all basic stuff about natural repair and attempting to promote normal body function. A good place to begin looking is "Start Peyronies treatment." TRH
I'm 35 and about 2 months ago, I noticed a slight deviation on my erect penis (right side) and when I mentioned it to my urologist he said I may be developing Peyronie's Disease. I am concerned it will get worse. I'm wondering what treatment option(s)/products you currently have available on your website you think I should consider to correct this.
There are well over 500 pages of information about using Alternative Medicine for treatment of Peyronie's disease on this website. It seems like you have not looked around the site very much or you could not have asked this question.
I suggest you go to Peyronie's treatment products page to see the list of things you can use to improve your ability to heal and eliminate the Peyronie's plaque. With just a little effort on your part you can get an idea about putting a plan together for yourself if the large, medium and small plans do not suit you. You can get lost in this site for a few days reviewing all the information that is readily available to you. Just click on a few links and see what you can learn. TRH
Neprinol is a completely vegetarian blend of several different enzymes that have tested to have over six time’s stronger activity to break down fibrin than the leading animal based enzyme blend product. The enzymes in Neprinol have been shown to be clinically effective in supporting C-reactive protein (CRP) levels when taken as directed. In this way Neprinol promotes normal levels of anti-inflammatory markers in the blood stream that are part of the physiologic response of the body while dealing with acute (sprain, strain, overwork) and chronic (arthritis, most soft tissue disease, stroke, blood vessel disease) injury. As a result Neprinol enzymes will assist the body in its effort to eliminate from the blood stream damaged red and white blood cells, fibrin, any protein material that is part of the inflammation process, as well as other cellular debris and foreign protein that can accumulate in the blood.
Immediately after injury occurs in the body, a protein called fibrin is deposited at the site of injury to act as a meshwork to trap and collect important blood cells and helpful components that create a clot that stops bleeding and promotes healing and repair of the recent injury. This is normal. After a period of time this mass of fibrin with it cellular collection changes so that the fibrin is removed and another protein called collagen fills in the spaces and changes the area of repair so that it resembles a fresh scar. This is normal. However, in Peyronie’s disease two abnormal things occur, for reasons that are not understood: the fibrin does not leave the clot, and an excessive amount of collagen forms in the young scar so that it takes on a different name, a Peyronie’s plaque. The way this fibrin and collagen collect and remain at the site of injury is consistent with repetitive injury to the small blood vessels of the penis.
The benefit of Neprinol AFD to Peyronies treatment is that it can break down and assist the removal of the fibrin that remains in the Peyronie’s plaque or scar.
The ability to break down fibrin with enzymes, and to do it as economically as possible because it is a larger size bottle, is the reason some people call it Neprinol 300. The high potency of two key enzyme ingredients, nattokinase and serrapeptase, address the concern about aggressively placing a systemic enzyme product as the foundation of treatment. Start by taking only four Neprinol 300 capsules daily, then slowly increase dosage while monitoring the size, shape, density and surface features of each Peyronie’s scar. This is a great way to use this Alternative Medicine therapy for treatment of Peyronie’s disease. Neprinol 300 is recommended for both clinical use and therapeutic applications.
Neprinol continues to be by far the commonly used Peyronie’s disease therapy product. Many times I have seen men who are following a particular plan that does not include Neprinol, and they experience slow or totally stalled results. After adding Neprinol to that same plan it is common to learn that their recovery greatly improved from that point forward.
The name Neprinol 300 refers to the fact that Neprinol is bottled in either a 300 or 90 count bottle, for your benefit. With the larger Neprinol 300 size bottle it is possible to take advantage of the reduced price of a greater supply and to purchase it fewer times; this is especially helpful for those who use Neprinol for chronic health problems that require prolonged treatment. With the smaller Neprinol 90 count bottle it is possible to keep a smaller amount on hand for relief from occasional and mild overwork injuries or to simply get acquainted with the Neprinol product by taking a small amount of it. By far, Neprinol 300 is a much more popular product.
The name Neprinol AFD refers to the primary purpose of Neprinol, as an Advanced Fibrin Defense therapy product. Neprinol AFD is a name that tells the story that reduction and elimination of fibrin from the blood stream and tissue is what this product is all about.
In over 10 years of use through the Peyronie’s Disease Institute there has been no report of any serious complication or adverse side effect associated with taking any systemic enzyme product like Neprinol, when it is taken in the way that we suggest. Worldwide experience during this time has revealed, as well as clinical studies have demonstrated, that taking extremely large doses of this product does not result in a toxicity reaction. Anyone taking a prescription for blood-thinning medication should consult with his treating physician prior to taking Neprinol.
As good as Neprinol is when used to reduce Peyronie’s plaque material, it is almost always necessary to use several other in addition to the Neprinol to support and sustain the desired tissue changes. Neprinol is best taken as part of an already good therapy plan, often used as a substitute for low dose nattokinase and serrapeptase supplements, although some men use all three products with very good results.
Neprinol AFD contains primarily serrapeptase, nattokinase, bromelain, and co-enzyme Q, plus a few other lesser ingredients. Other products also contain serrapeptase and nattokinase, individually, but few put these two in combination and none in the concentration of Neprinol AFD. It is a more potent form of nattokinase and serrapeptase than if you would buy each in individual bottles, and the Neprinol 300 bottle itself is three times larger than most others that contain 100, to say nothing of smaller bottles with 60 or even 30 capsules.
However, in regard the idea of successful PD treatment is to not focus on any one particular therapy, even if it is a great one like Neprinol because the goal is to attempt to create a synergistic effect with several therapies taken at once for maximum therapeutic effect. For this reason the Peyronie’s Disease Institute has always maintained that even if someone believes Neprinol (or any other) is a key PD treatment it should not be taken alone but combined for greatest therapeutic benefit.
No one knows how any one will respond to any or all of the 13 Alternative Medicine therapies found on the PDI website. Some men report some positive results with just one therapy, but more men report better results when they take multiple therapies. That is what the whole therapy concept of synergy is all about: the more you do, the larger your plan, the greater the likelihood of promoting a favorable metabolic change to support and encourage scar reduction. The PDI idea is not to “treat the scar” as a medical doctor would do, but to “treat the man who has the scar” so that his body can heal what is wrong with it. This is a major concept shift for most medically indoctrinated people. For this reason, as good a single therapy as Neprinol is, it is not recommended that anyone who is interested in earning good results in treatment of his PD scar should use just Neprinol – or just any one product – but several to create synergy.
Peyronies disease is a tough and terrible thing to happen to a man. It takes dedication and persistence to overcome it. Call it Neprinol 300 or Neprinol AFD, but definitely use it in a well diversified plan to break down the fibrin network of your Peyronie’s plaque material. Success over this problem is never an easy victory, but always worthwhile.