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Survey results on:

Patient reported observations of Intra Lesional Verapamil for the Treatment of Peyronies Disease

 

The following results were compiled from a web based survey conducted with certain controls in place to maximize the likelihood of accuracy.  This survey was conducted in May - June 2006. This survey had limited participation since it was directed only at those patients that had specifically received ILV treatment.

The survey asked patients who had received IVL to report on several components of the treatment including details of the injection protocol, stage of Peyronies Disease being treated, and patient observed results.  The full text of the survey will be provided to any medical or research personnel upon request.

ILV Survey Results

Results What was Affected PD How Long Before VI How Many VI Dosage
improved - moderately bend,size,erect 6-12 months 10-12 unk
improved - slightly * bend 6-12 months 4-6 unk
improved - slightly bend 1-6 months 10-12 10 mg
improved - slightly * bend 18-24 months 10-12 10 mg
improved - slightly * bend 1-6 months 4-6 15 mg
none n/a 6-12 months 4-6 20 mg
none n/a 1-6 months 10-12 15 & 20 mg
none n/a 12-18 months 7-9 10 mg
none n/a 6-12 months 12- or more 10 mg
none  * n/a 6-12 months 7-9 15 mg
none n/a 6-12 months 7-9 10 mg
worsened - slightly bend & size 6-12 months 7-9 20 mg
worsened - slightly bend & size 1-6 months 4-6 10 mg
worsened - slightly bend & size 1-6 months 10-12 5 & 10 mg
worsened - moderately bend & size 12-18 months 10-12 10 mg
worsened - greatly bend 24 + months 10-12 20 mg
worsened - greatly * bend & size 6-12 months 10-12 20 mg
worsened - greatly bend & size 1-6 months 4-6 10 mg

 

18 ILV patients responded

 5 (28%) reported some improvement  (4 slight)
 6 (33%) reported no change                                
 7 (39%) reported deformity got worse                

 * indicates non-PDS member


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