My order arrived last week, and today I started the treatment. I’m very upbeat that I made the right decision. I have carefully reviewed all the documentation and explanations that came with my order. It is very impressive how well you prepare your customers to work with their Peyronie’s treatment products.
The one item that I’m most confused about is the PMD DMSO gel. Exactly where is this gel applied? My instructions say that the topical therapies should be applied over or on top of the location of the Peyronie’s plaque or scar. I do not have any scar. I don’t have a problem shaving as described but I do not have a scar either on the part to be shaved or the penis. Or, when they mention scar, do they mean the part of the penis that is abnormally hard? Please advise. Randy
Actually, if you have Peyronie’s disease you do have a plaque or scar. However, the scar is not external or superficial, it is internal and below the surface. It is located under the skin surface and within the tissue of penis called the tunica albuginea. The scar or plaque is not visible from the surface; you cannot see it. The closest you can come to actually seeing it is if the scar is so large and thick that it raises or elevates the penile skin above it and you can see the raised lump of tissue because of the large scar below the surface.
In order to be successful you really want to get to the point that you know the size, shape, density, and surface quality of your scar(s). If this is a new concept to you, I suggest you get the 1st book I wrote “Peyronie’s Disease Handbook.” It will help you immensely.
Scar location is sometimes a complicated topic, especially in the case of multiple scars or plaques. You can expect to find at least one scar at the point of greatest concavity of your distortion. Again, this is a topic of such concern and importance that you really should get at least that one book so that you know what you are doing in regard to monitoring your scar. The physical change in your scar is going to guide your therapy; it will direct you to the best use of your therapy plan. to assist you with this subject, please go to Difficulty Finding the Peyronie’s Plaque.
To answer your question about where to apply the DMSO gel and related external therapies, they should be applied directly over the area of Peyronie’s plaque or scar. You do not need to apply these external therapies to the entire shaft, unless, of course, you have a wide spread pattern of scars over most of the penis. TRH