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Serrapeptase and Peyronie's disease

Serrapeptase and Peyronie's disease

I was recently researching Serrapeptase for a friend with liver disease, and I came across this on Amazon.com under testimonials for this
Doctor’s Best High Potency Serrapeptase (120,000 Units);
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5.0 out of 5 starsUnexpected benefit
By sushiguyus on November 21, 2012
Size: 90 count Verified Purchase
Upon discovering that my carotid arteries were 40 percent blocked, I began taking 120,000 SEU of Serrapetase daily. After about six weeks, it became apparent that Serrapeptase was effectively curing my Peyronie’s disease! This was a totally unexpected result, but it made sense. The ability of Serrapeptase to dissolve scar tissue was doing the “impossible.” Medical science offers no cure for Peyronie’s disease other than surgery, which is never more than partially successful. Serrapeptase will do what medical science cannot, and do it relatively fast. At last, there is a cure for Peyronie’s disease!

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This is a “systemic enzyme”, which is a capsule of a type of enzyme that breaks down scar tissue throughout the body. It is not a specific application but will break down scar tissue everywhere in the body. It is usually not fast, but slow and steady.

I have used Serrapeptase before myself and found it very effective to dissolve scar tissue, but I never thought of using it this way, but it makes perfect sense. If any of you guys decide to try it for Peyronies, let us know what kind of results you get. In my opinion, combining it with mild force stretching or pumping may be even more effective. This is an ingested capsule that needs to be taken on a completely empty stomach for it to work.

Good luck!
Sparkyx

Thanks for posting that sparkyx.

I have just spent the last hour researching Serrapeptase and I can see that it might be very useful for people who engage in PE, particularly those who have pushed themselves too hard for too long.

I wonder if it may also be useful in increasing EQ in older men; perhaps in combination with Coenzyme Q10?


Started Oct 15: 6.75" BPEL 4.9" MEG, Currently: 7.2" BPEL 5.1" MEG Goal: 8" BPEL 5.6" MEG

The intake of Serrapeptase can be enhanced by combining the enzyme Nattokinase. Scar tissue in Peyronie’s disease is the accumulation of fibrin. Nattokinase will assist in breaking down the fibrin.

Thank for your post Sparkyx

Thanks for this suggestion , I’m 51, I was declared 6 months ago with Peyronie`s disease and really have been difficult times.. The only treatment doctor gave me is

E vitamin 1000u per day and wait.. I will try Serrapeptase by my own, and let you know. Thanks!

I have read up on Serrapeptase as well.. It is inconclusive if taking this supplement really does what you claim it does. Peyronies is tricky and no one

Really knows how to tackle this issue. Urologists really don’t know whats going on down there when it comes to Peyronies. I’ve been to 4 in the last year

Since my diagnosis (due to PE) and one that was the inventor of xiaflex..

Vitamin E is old school remedy that has very mixed reviews.

Pentaxifylline is the best oral medicine for Peyronies.. Unfortunately in many countries they don’t prescribe it.

I take: Pentaxifylline, CoQ10, Vitamin E, Cialis (for blood flow), Motrin (reduce inflammation), turmeric, L-Centrulline.

Good luck.

In my experience the most effective treatment for Peyronie’s is heat+traction. Pentox is useful in the early stages.

https://examine.com/supplements/serrapeptase/


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Current Stats - 5.7 NBPEL x 6.2 EG

Goal - 7 x 6 (with hopefully a large flaccid hang)

Boner7484,

I’m interested to ask if you had Peyronies and how you beat it.

My scar tissue is internal and at the base which causes shrinkage.

Very frustrating.

Thinking of traction or hanging.

Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.

Would it be a faux pas to message you?

Originally Posted by Willihen
Boner7484,
I’m interested to ask if you had Peyronies and how you beat it.
My scar tissue is internal and at the base which causes shrinkage.
Very frustrating.
Thinking of traction or hanging.
Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.
Would it be a faux pas to message you?

Mine is near the base too, causing loss of length and girth. My flaccid is also tiny compared to how it was before :(

Wish I never did all this jelqing and stretching BS now.

Have you seen a urologist Willihen?

Originally Posted by Martinhuk
Mine is near the base too, causing loss of length and girth. My flaccid is also tiny compared to how it was before :(

Wish I never did all this jelqing and stretching BS now.

Have you seen a urologist Willihen?

Martinhuk.Yes. You and I are in the same boat basically. We have the same symptoms unfortunately. I have stopped going to urologists
And working with a Male Infertility Doctor (basically a penis doctor) He is a urologist but focuses more on the penis itself. He said that he has seen my issue which might be yours. Basically a tear in the tunica that was patched over with plaque causing tissue to become rigid and in my case encircling the base cutting off blood flow to an extent. Feels dead, limp, and hollow almost. I really hope you get to a urologist and they do a doppler ultrasound and check you out. I feel for you. Its very frustrating. And you just need to see a doctor. This forum will not help. If I were you I’d stop asking question on here. You will not receive anymore help. Check out the peryonies forum. More beneficial. Good luck.

Originally Posted by Willihen
Martinhuk.Yes. You and I are in the same boat basically. We have the same symptoms unfortunately. I have stopped going to urologists
And working with a Male Infertility Doctor (basically a penis doctor) He is a urologist but focuses more on the penis itself. He said that he has seen my issue which might be yours. Basically a tear in the tunica that was patched over with plaque causing tissue to become rigid and in my case encircling the base cutting off blood flow to an extent. Feels dead, limp, and hollow almost. I really hope you get to a urologist and they do a doppler ultrasound and check you out. I feel for you. Its very frustrating. And you just need to see a doctor. This forum will not help. If I were you I’d stop asking question on here. You will not receive anymore help. Check out the peryonies forum. More beneficial. Good luck.

To be fair, the members here at Thunder’s Place cannot help out with medical issues. We just don’t have the qualifications. There are a few members here who are qualified medical doctors and they are quite adamant about not giving opinions online. Not only is it unfair for the person who is injured but it is also unethical. Going to a qualified medical doctor is the only thing you can do for an injury like this and it is something we recommend prior to taking our advice.


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Originally Posted by Willihen
Martinhuk.Yes. You and I are in the same boat basically. We have the same symptoms unfortunately. I have stopped going to urologists
And working with a Male Infertility Doctor (basically a penis doctor) He is a urologist but focuses more on the penis itself. He said that he has seen my issue which might be yours. Basically a tear in the tunica that was patched over with plaque causing tissue to become rigid and in my case encircling the base cutting off blood flow to an extent. Feels dead, limp, and hollow almost. I really hope you get to a urologist and they do a doppler ultrasound and check you out. I feel for you. Its very frustrating. And you just need to see a doctor. This forum will not help. If I were you I’d stop asking question on here. You will not receive anymore help. Check out the peryonies forum. More beneficial. Good luck.

So you’re saying I have Peyronies ? :(

FFS

No he’s saying what everyone else is saying and you don’t want to listen to; go to the doctor.

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