What is the daily dose recommended for Neprinol? Thank you.
Greetings Bill C.,
There are several things to say about dosage in general for Peyronie treatment, that applies to Neprinol dosage in particular.
1. The starting dosage for any therapy is often the one that is listed on the label for that product. This standard starting point is used to see if the dosage recommended by the product manufacturer can bring about a favorable change in the size, shape, density and surface features of your scar. Often it cannot.
2. The ongoing treatment dosage that eventually proves to reduce the original size and shape of the scar, or soften the density, or alter the surface features of a Peyronies plaque will very often be higher than what is suggested on the label of each product.
3. No matter which therapy product you use, it must be taken in a safe and reasonable dosage. All of this information is available to you in the treatment section of the PDI website. Please read that information and adhere to it.
4. Dosage for any ONE therapy product that is actually going to help your Peyronie's disease is not easy to determine because you will be taking MANY therapy products at the same time. You are juggling many balls at once and this requires some patience and the ability to keep good notes about what you are doing.
Of course, if you are taking five different internal therapies (vitamin E, vitamin C, Neprinol, Acetyl-L-carnitine and PABA) each one must be individually determined. An important part of your therapy plan are the external therapies you are using (Genesen Acutouch pens, gentle manual stretching, DMSO, etc.) While you do all the internal and external therapies that make up your total therapy plan you must monitor the size, shape, density and surface quality of your scar(s) to note at what dosage level changes begin in the scar material. It is as simple – and difficult – as that.
5. No clear and specific treatment dosage numbers are offered to you since everyone uses different internal and external therapies, in addition to doing them in different ways. In this sense, since each man is different, and each man follows a different plan, each man must determine what he must do to improve his scar behavior.
The procedure to determine scar size, shape, density and surface quality is explained in great detail in “Peyronie’s Disease Handbook.” The correct dosage of any therapy product is not determined from a chart. The chart that you receive with your first order only tells you the average range of what most men are doing. Your dosage should be what you need to take daily to cause changes in your PD scar. The dosage for you is what you learn works for you. I cannot tell you what you need to take. You have to determine that by your observation of the dose that makes the scar size, shape, density, and surface quality change. This vital information will guide your use of all the therapy products; it is the measurement that tells you if your plan is working or not. All of this is explained in great detail in “Peyronie’s Disease Handbook.”