Peyronie’s disease or radiophthaloma is the common name for diffuse interstitial lung disease. It is a progressive disease of the lung that usually affects older people. It can cause shortness of breath, coughing, fatigue, and pain in the chest. It can also cause damage to the valves in the heart and lungs. The peyronie’s disease natural treatment depending on how far it has spread to the lungs.
There are several treatments for the disease depending on where it has developed. If it has spread into the pleura, or membrane that lines the lungs, surgery is often used. If it has spread to the lymph nodes it may require dialysis or a bone marrow transplant. These treatments can be expensive and many patients do not have enough money to pay for them.
One alternative to surgery is a homeopathic treatment. There are several homeopathic remedies that can be used to treat Peyronie’s Disease. The most popular homeopathic treatment is Belladonna. It is used to reduce inflammation and to treat pain. If the disease has spread to other parts of the body other medicines that can be used include Berberis vulgaris and Staphysagris. Some of these medicines can be used in combination if they are prescribed by a physician.
Another effective remedy is Hyoscyamus. This is used to treat fluid retention, nausea, and vomiting. It is generally used alone. If it is in severe pain, a corticosteroid may be given. Medications used alone include Bellergal (belladonna), Carbo Animalis, Centella Asiatica, and Equisetum arvense.
If a physician prescribes antibiotics for treatment, they must be taken with caution. They are not to be taken for more than three days at a time. They should be taken with food or water, so they will dissolve when digested. If a physician prescribes the Peyronie’s Disease Homeopathic remedy along with pain relievers, it is best not to take the medication with food so that the ingredients can be metabolized by the body. They should also not be used to treat an infection that is in the lungs, such as asthma.
Although the above treatments are very effective, there are also some precautions that must be taken. Peyronie’s Disease is very contagious, so it is important not to have sexual intercourse while the disease is present. There are many over-the-counter drugs that can be used to treat Peyronie’s Disease. These include non-prescription topical ointments and creams, as well as oral medications and antibiotics. Most of these medications are used to treat mild to moderate cases, but they should be used with caution because of the serious side effects that can occur from them.