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I just eye-balled it. I put about half DMSO in the Tea Tree oil. Then just add maybe a couple tea spoons of the EMU. Go get that red clover though! That was the deal breaker for me along with the health diet.

Glad to hear things are getting better. The itching stops with the clover too!
dfrance 7 years ago
Hey, I've been following this treatment for about a week now with DMSO, Tea Tree and Emu Oil. I noticed some peeling within the first 2-3 days, but haven't really seen any changes in the tougher, more dense spots yet. Any ideas on how to make this most effective ?
Hastouki 7 years ago
Thats good! The peeling process is slow but eventually you get through the layers of skin. Think about how long it took for that skin to build up...it was a slow process right? So it takes a good amount of time to get through all of those layers of skin. It fades slowly but surely. If you feel like you need a tough mixture for some spots, try just Tea Tree and DMSO. The more concentrated it is the deeper its going to penetrate. You just don't want to burn yourself with the tea tree oil. Make sure you take that red clover too. Let me know how things go...I really am interested in whether or not this works for multiple people. I've heard good things so far.
dfrance 7 years ago
Thanks for the quick reply. I actually switched to just DMSO and tea tree today, noticed the lighter skin that I'm aiming to remove turned really wrinkly and the rest of the glans is smooth. I'll try this stronger version and hope it does the job. This condition scares me and I'm wishing that this is the answer. Thanks you so much for posting here and providing this information! Also, I've already taken 1 bottle of red clover tabs as directed on the bottle (5 tabs, 2 x per day). I'll buy another and keep going I guess.
[message edited by Hastouki on Thu, 14 Jun 2012 05:40:31 BST]
Hastouki 7 years ago
Yeah what happens is it turns wrinkly like you are saying and then 3-6 days later it starts to peel off. Its very strange but it works.
dfrance 7 years ago
Great, I'll keep going! Also, edited my post above acknowledging your red clover suggestion. Thanks again, I'll keep you updated.
Hastouki 7 years ago
Hey dFrance, I found a large area of skin peeling today on the glans and almost all of the lighter skin has peeled off and the glans looks almost perfect! I can't begin to tell you how thankful I am for finding this forum and your posts. One more thing, when you mentioned that the red clover was making your body 'reject' the bxo disease, what did you mean ? How did you know that the red clover was working for you at a systemic level ?
Hastouki 7 years ago
Hey man,
Glad to hear its working for you that is great! As soon as I started taking the red clover, I noticed a dramatic decrease in itching. This was before I had even began the regime of dmso and tea tree oil. Maybe you weren't having itching problems so its may not affect you as much.I'd recommend you keep taking it anyways. I can't prove exactly why you should take it, but I have reasons from my study of natural medicine/herbs. Its complicated but ya...
dfrance 7 years ago
Hey, after doing those weeks of topical treatment and red clover support. Have you had any recurrence ? Also, are you doing anything to maintain the affected areas? Generally, I try to eat healthy, but lately I've been focusing on completely avoiding any crap. Alcohol is also a bit of an issue, I'm always out with friends.
Hastouki 7 years ago
I always try to keep it dry even though its gone now. If I ever feel any itching...which I haven't for a long time, I would reapply a small dosage of the mixture of DMSO and Tea Tree Oil. Honestly, I don't see it coming back. I try to eat healthy and maintain my immune system. I don't drink much but I do occasionally and things seem to be fine. I'd just monitor it and see whats good and what isn't.
dfrance 7 years ago
Thanks, also meant to ask you. Since I started using the DMSO I've noticed a small red-ish spot appear, just wondering if might be causing something. I'm using a 99% DMSO solution which I apply a little bit of with a clean finger. Did you mix your DMSO directly with the tea tree ?
Hastouki 7 years ago
Yes, I mixed DMSO with tea tree oil about 50/50. If you are seeing red spots, you may have burned the skin a bit I'm not sure. Maybe taper back your applications a little bit and let the skin re-heal and see how things look. Tea Tree oil is pretty strong and most people would not recommend putting it down there haha. Of course, for those of us who actually have the condition we are willing to go a bit further to get rid of it. I handled a little initial burning no problem because the results were great. Do note that the DMSO takes the tea tree oil and penetrates the skin very very deep so it is possible that the red is some irritation of the tissue. I did experience a little bit of that if I remember correctly, but let up on the applications for a couple days and then re-evaluate the area, cool?
dfrance 7 years ago

I was wondering if there were any updates on how the treatment is going?

I've been diagnosed with this recently. I've been using steroids for a bit, which have helped but not got rid of the white scar tissue on the glans.

I've decided to try out this treatment that you're suggesting dfrance - sounds brilliant - I'm just slightly worried of any potential side effects.

Has anyone noticed any?

rjohn 7 years ago

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