I have severe deformation from PD, do you think I should try topical Verapamil?

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No. There is no evidence that topical verapamil has any proven benefit. The only study, which has been done by a group independent from the manufacturer, demonstrated no evidence of penetration of the topical verapamil gel into the underlying plaque tissue. Therefore, until properly performed and validated placebo controlled trials of topical verapamil are done which demonstrate a true benefit with regard to deformity of the penis, the Medical Advisory Board of this website cannot support the use of topical verapamil. Personally, we suggest that you save your money and considering seeing an expert in the field first.

Previous I have been using transdermal verapamil 15% by www.pdlabs.net for the last 5 months with no visible results. They told me that the cream would remodel the plaque into healthy tissue and while they couldn’t use the word cure they assured me their patented delivery system resulted in proper absorption of the medicine while other compounds were ineffective. They claimed this was one of the main reasons for so much misinformation about it. What do you make of their claims?
Next I just went to a urologist and he told me to take 400 IU of vitamin E for at least 6 months. Does Peyronie’s disease prevent the penis from hanging lower during the flaccid state? My penis is very short during flaccid. And also if the vitamin E works will my penis stretch to its full potential?
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