Verapamil Topical Cream
Calcium-Channel Blocking Cream
At a Glance
- Painless, non-invasive off-label treatment option of Peyronie’s Disease
- Topical cream effectiveness increases over time
- Rx Only
Verapamil topical creams are a prescription medication that is applied directly to the skin at least twice a day. This cream is formulated to maximize absorbtion into the malformation of penile tissue as opposed to being absorbed into the bloodstream.
Starts at $23.95 per 30mL Pump Jar
What to know about Verapamil Topical Cream
How it Works
Verapamil topical creams may be prescribed for daily use between doses of Verapamil injection, in conjunction with oral medication, or by itself.
Who is it for?
Verapamil topical creams are used to treat Peyronie’s Disease (a growth of fibrous plaques in the penis). These creams are often prescribed in combination with at least one other treatment type.
In one randomized study, 94.4% of patients with Peyronie’s Disease experienced improvement in their penile curvature within 9 months.1
Verapamil topical cream Side Effects
- Skin irritation
- Skin rash or itching
Good to know
May be prescribed with either injections or tablets for added effectiveness
Level Up Your Knowledge
Off The Record – Is My Carrot…Crooked?
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Peyronie’s Disease: Surgical Treatment Options
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