How long should I take the vitamin E?

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Vitamin E may be used on a daily basis, but not more than 400 mg. Again there is no evidence that vitamin E truly benefits Peyronie’s disease, but it may have some potential benefits as an antioxidant and to prevent prostate disease, in particular prostate cancer.

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Next I have been diagnosed with PD by a urologist 3 months ago. I am 59. He has prescribed 800 IU of vitamin E daily & also Infam-away (a hi-potency enzyme formula) capsules 6 daily on a empty stomach. Nothing has helped after taking these medicines for 3 months. Erections are very painful and curvature has developed to the left. An indentation about 1 inch below the glans has also developed. He has basically told me that there is nothing else he can do. My primary care physician admits that this is a disease that not much is known as to the whys and what will work to help the pain and hopefully stop or reverse the curvature which at present is 30-40%. I was given a pain killer to help especially if erections get too painful. Are there any over-the-counter or on the internet medicines that may help?
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