It does appear that you have developed erectile dysfunction. It would be my advise that you seek evaluation by an erectile dysfunction/Peyronie’s disease expert who could perform the proper studies to see if you may be a candidate for the following medical treatment such as vacuum therapy,Read more →
Virtually all of the current modalities for treatment of Peyronie’s disease can be offered to patients who are on anticoagulant therapy including Coumadin. The primary precaution to using a type of invasive therapy such as intralesional injections is bruising. To reduce bruising, compression of the injection siteRead more →
We know that TV is absorbed into the circulation as it appears in the urine of men who use so it is likely that all of the TV is removed from the skin by absorption into the circulation within hours. Therefore, a longer duration of application isRead more →
Pentoxyffline is a medication that has been used for decades for men with lower limb vascular problems and in in vitro fertilization (IVF) laboratories for the activation of sperm. Recently, Dr. Tom Lue at UCSF has suggested that using pentoxyffline (also known as Trental and called ‘pentox’Read more →
While some medications (such as beta-blockers for high blood pressure) have been linked to the development of Peyronie’s disease there is really no good medical evidence to prove that this is the case. Indeed, there is some data that suggests that medical conditions such as high bloodRead more →
I’ve been using verapamil for over a year and seen great results but have reached a point now where the curve seems to not continue to heal. I’m about 70% cured and going for the full cure. Verapamil seems to cause irritation and redness, usually ten minutes after I apply it I take a shower and wash thoroughly to remove it, my pharmacist says it takes only 5 minutes to soak in. What can be done about this?
Dr. Levine answers: I am delighted that some of the APDA website subscribing patients are experiencing benefits from topical verapamil however, based upon the many men I have seen who have tried topical verapamil none have noted any significant benefit what so ever. There is, of course,Read more →