Does Neprinol replace the Nattokinase, Fibrozym and Quercetin Bromelain Complex in the treatment of Dupuytrens?

Dr Herazy,

Does Neprinol replace the Nattokinase, Fibrozym and Quercetin Bromelain Complex in the treatment of Dupuytrens?

Thanks,

Mike Scully

 

Greetings Mike,

People who follow the Dupuytren Contracture Institute treatment concept use Neprinol in one of two ways – either as a total substitute for the other enzyme products, or in addition to them (usually with the Neprinol being the primary enzyme source and the others being used as a minor role).  The choice is yours.  I have long advised people to try Neprinol both way while assessing for which method brings about best change in the hand lump.

I would consider trying just the Neprinol by itself, and see how it works for you and the palm lumps.  If that is not enough to get your fibrous tissue to change favorably, then bring back the Fibrozym or Nattokinase, or Quercetin/Bromelain if you are also using it, or all of them.  A common strategy that is used is to take about 6-8 Neprinol daily, while taking 2-3 Fibrozym and 2-3 Nattokinase daily; all of these are taken between meals, as I am sure you know.  However, you also must know that Dupuytrens treatment is not just about using systemic enzymes to reduce the lumps on the palms.   You must also use other nutrients as  and treatment strategies at the same time to support the best change possible.

You must keep experimenting to learn what makes your scar respond favorably and then continue with that.   TRH

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