Calcium-Channel Blocking Injection
At a Glance
- A patient-specific prescribed injection
- Course of treatment over several months
- Might be prescribed in conjunction with topical creams
- Rx Only
Intralesional injections for treating Peyronie’s disease may consist of a series of Verapamil, Interferon, or Xiaflex® intralesional penile injections. This will help assist in stabilizing the scarring, increasing blood flow, and reducing the deformation.
Starts at $45.95 per 4mL vial
What to know about Verapamil Injections
How it Works
Verapamil injections are part of a series lasting several months. The injections are usually done in an outpatient visit. After the injection, your physician will likely place a pressure bandage on your penis to reduce the chances of swelling and bruising.
Who is it for?
Vaerapamil injections are ideal for anyone dealing with Peyronie’s Disease and have been dealing with adverse effects as a result of the disease.
One study comparing Peyronie’s Disease treatment found that Verapamil injections in combination with supplementation and a topical NSAID was twice as effective than just the NSAID on its own.1
1. NIH National Library of Medicine, Treatment of Peyronie’s disease with intralesional verapamil injection
Verapamil Injections Side Effects
- Pain at the injection site
- Swelling or bruising
- Potential for Infection
- Drowsiness or dizziness
Good to know
- Effectiveness of injections can be maximized with topical creams in between doses
- Not for those with severe heart abnormalities
- Must avoid grapefruit and grapefruit juice
Level Up Your Knowledge
Off The Record – Is My Carrot…Crooked?
As many as 1 in 10 American men may have Penile curvature which can cause pain and ED. Our anonymous urologist discusses the tell-tale signs of Peyronie's Disease, treatments, and the importance of following your physician's instructions when undergoing injection therapy for PD.
Peyronie’s Disease: Surgical Treatment Options
In this article Dr. Jared Wallen discusses surgical treatment options for Peyronie's disease, correction of the deformity and erectile function.
Peyronie’s Disease: Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatments
In this article Dr. Landon Trost discusses diagnosis and medical, traction, and surgical treatment options for Peyronie's Disease.
For instructions and how-to’s, visit our resource center.
Ready to get started?
First you’ll need a prescription.
Don’t forget to check these out
menMD provides multiple options for the treatment of Peyronie’s Disease.
Verapamil Topical Cream
Verapamil topical creams are prescribed to stabilize scarring and reduce calcification of plaque that's associated with Peyronie's Disease.
Pentoxifylline tablets are taken orally based on a physician's prescription daily or multiple times per day.