Frequently Asked Questions about H100™ Peyronie’s Disease Treatment
Frequently Asked Questions about H100™ Topical Treatment
In our study most patients found some improvement in pain and plaque size after three months.1 This is the first step in fixing curvature. Over time, further reduction and remodeling of plaque may take place. We recommend you use H100 for a minimum of six months along with recommended stretching activity.
Over-the-counter hydrocortisone cream has been used to treat the rash. If the rash is severe, resuming H100 treatment is not recommended. For any side effects you should contact your prescribing physician for treatment recommendations.
No compounded medication is reviewed by the FDA for safety and efficacy.
Yes, however, to avoid itching or burning in your partner’s genital region, we recommend thoroughly washing your penis with mild soap and water prior to having sex.
No. Any person experiencing the symptoms of PD may be treated with H100.
People may react differently to any type of treatment. Work closely with your doctor to monitor your status. If no progress has been achieved after six months, other treatment options may be needed.
There are no known medication restrictions with H100 use. Patients with a known allergy or reaction to nicardipine, superoxide dismutase or emu oil should NOT use this product.
H100 is not currently covered by insurance. Please check your insurance policy for specific coverage restrictions.
Penile stretching/remodeling is very important is because H100 is intended to stop new scar formation and remodel plaque. Penile stretching activity should improve scar tissue remodeling.
1. J Twidwell, L Levine. Topical treatment for acute phase Peyronie’s disease utilizing a new gel, H-100: a randomized, prospective, placebo-controlled pilot study. International Journal of Impotence Research (2016) 28, 41–45; doi:10.1038/ijir.2015.22