Breakthrough Peyronie’s Disease Treatment 

H100™ from Hybrid Medical™ is a patented and proprietary compound that combines an effective carrier agent with two plaque modifying ingredients. When applied topically twice a day, it has been shown to help significantly lessen the curvature and penis pain associated with Peyronie’s disease and to help restore the quality of life for our patients1.

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Hybrid Medical H100 Peyronie’s Disease Treatment Delivers Hope

IRB Clinical Trial - Topical H100 Peyronie’s Disease Treatment Shows Statistically Significant Improvement in Penile Length, Curvature and Pain1.


Hybrid Medical is proud to offer H100, a breakthrough Peyronie’s disease treatment option shown to relieve suffering for a majority of patients. H100, is a patented and proprietary compound that combines an effective carrier agent with two plaque modifying ingredients. In a randomized, prospective, placebo-controlled, double-blind IRB approved clinical trial with acute phase patients1, this combination showed statistically significant improvement in penile length, curvature and pain.

Peyronie's Disease has been a very frustrating condition for patients and doctors alike. Our physician founder saw very little advancement in treatment options in more than three decades of Urology practice. Hybrid Medical set out to change that.

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