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dplookin

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Enzymes Potential Help ?
« on: August 29, 2013, 12:46:50 PM »

Someone will probably argue with this, but, I have to give this information.  I am always looking for a better answer for Peyronies.

I found some information on an Arthritis Medicine.  It is basically Proteolytic Enzymes.  It is suppose to relieve pain And eat away Scar Tissue.  To me, this seems a logical way to help with Peyronies Disease.  I may be wrong, but.....it is called "Heal-n-Soothe"

It isn't cheap.  If a person buys just One Bottle, it costs $60 plus $6 shipping. 

I have read in places on the Internet where some Doctors recommend Arthritis Medicines for Peyronies. 

Just trying to provide other potential remedies.  The End.
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Re: Enzymes Potential Help ?
« Reply #1 on: August 29, 2013, 05:47:14 PM »

I have tried out a few "Non Conventional" Peyronies medications (sorry, basically nothing is not "Conventional" with Peyronies) and reported the results to the forum.
Others have done and doing the same.
If you have the $66, I am proposing you to give it a try and let us know the results.
Maybe this is the real medication for Peyronies? Who knows?

James
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« Reply #2 on: August 30, 2013, 01:01:39 PM »

I discovered that to buy this product, "Heal-n-Soothe", it has to be put on one of those buy each month situations..........they send a bottle every month and automatically take money from your bank account.  I don't like these because they are usually hard to stop....dplookin
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Re: Enzymes Potential Help ?
« Reply #3 on: August 30, 2013, 04:39:12 PM »

If it was a real medication, they was not forcing you to by a "Never ending story".They were much confident you will buy more any way
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« Reply #4 on: September 02, 2013, 06:30:37 PM »

The experience around here with oral enzymes has been underwhelming to the degree that I hardly know of anyone who has ever gotten any significant benefit from them.  I suspect the few who stopped by this forum ONLY for the purpose of posting enzyme promotional content were more interested in getting sales than in helping any of us in our quest for a better quality of life.  As far as topical enzymes go, they simply don't pass through the skin.  And that is the case with a lot of so called topical treatments that are purveyed around here.  VERY FEW topical formulation succeed in making it through the skin.  They need to be pretty exotic for that to happen, to the point that they would likely require FDA regulation and approval.  So do yourselves a favor and don't get suckered in by them.  The con artists know that probably fewer than 1 in 100 victims would ever file a formal complaint against them and in the mean time there is a lot of money in bogus "Peyronie's Treatments".  Instead spend your money on treatments that DO work or on other things that you will at least get some enjoyment out of.  - George
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« Reply #5 on: October 15, 2013, 02:01:43 PM »

proteolytic enzymes can be had cheaply at any health food store- 12-16$ for a bottle of 90.  do not spend more- they should have bromelain and a number of ...ase words like protease. lipase, etc.  take away from food- between meals
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