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UPDATE:

Hello everyone,
I first found this forum last year and immediately got my hands on some DMSO and TTO. At first I had a lot of peeling and the progress was very rapid. after a few weeks of applying everyday, I noticed the solution stopped working..
since then my BXO has been getting increasingly worse. I started up my treatment again and the problem was that I had not been shaking the bottle before application (the liquids probably separate over time). Will post again once I am fully healed
 
gemini33 5 years ago
hey guys, just checking in to see how people are doing. crazy how many people have joined the conversation. I'm still bxo free after almost three years. I still have a small bottle of tto and dmso mixed that I keep around. maybe apply it once a month still. if anyone has questions for me, let me know. I will check back again soon.
 
dfrance 5 years ago
occasional recurrence's when ingesting frozen yogurt, (whey) and other forms of high protein. Dry skin followed by splitting, cracking extreme pain! Triple anti-biotic crème followed by TTO and Emu mix. Add DMSO if it persist! Diet, plus red clover, and Salmon oil daily! Thank You Dfrance you've brought me back to the human race Sir!!!
 
bartmh 5 years ago
Hi dfrance,

New to the forum and glad I've came across it.

I have a white patch on the glans of my penis, close to my urethra. Does the DMSO/TTO/EMU treatment work by making the white skin peel on the actual penis glans? I am eager to hear back from you dfrance (or any others who have experienced white skin on the glans) as this treatment could be the lifesaver I've been looking for!

Thank you
 
lb_65 5 years ago
Hi
In response to the previous post. I had BXO on the foreskin which was subsequently removed, sadly before I had seen this forum. What's done is done:)
I then had the pale skin. Your talking about on the head of the penis which is typical to BXO. Also about 3 weeks after surgery it started to scab up around the opening to the urethra also under the scabbing it was unbearably tender.
I went to see a specialist as wasn't having much luck on nhs. He basically said the only treatment Is to correct it if it causes problems you can't live with. Nothing preventative. He did say, and I'm not saying don't do it as it seems to be working for others. But he said don't under any curcumstances use DMSO on the gland. I thought I'd listen to him. I have more info if you want to message me back, as its not everyone that has it progress to the gland. It's a scary business and id be happy to pass on my current info, all be it limited.
 
Arm88 5 years ago
OK, ive quite a bad dose of this and this is working for me. Thick white skin around foreskin, use TTO straight and it eventually peeled off. Continued to use TTO on white patches on glands and thick skin, improved slightly. Started using Huang-Lian tablet crushed and added to water in gauze and applied directly to skin for say 10 minutes a day, also used concentrated vitamin E oil and things have improved dramatically. I cant say whats had the most effect, but i avoided DMSO due to reports it can affect your kidneys. Good luck. PS: Huang-Liang is berberine hydrocloride.
[message edited by quitelive on Fri, 07 Feb 2014 12:38:20 GMT]
[message edited by quitelive on Fri, 07 Feb 2014 12:48:33 GMT]
 
quitelive 5 years ago
Okay Guys..

To be honest I experience a wonderful improvement from suffering by BXO and I thought I wanna post it here. Maybe my experience is gonna help some of you.

So..

I started to experience a tight foreskin in January 2013.
Afterward I saw my foreskin and a downside of the glans is getting white.

At first I really didn't know what it is, and simply just tried to stretch the tight skin by using a special equipment from Australia but
of course it didn't help.

After this I've been diagnosed
with BXO but in this time my foreskin was already very tight and had a very strong white color including the glans as well.

I visited a Skin Specialist and another sexual health clinic, as I was totally against circumcision!
I was like ,there must be another way to sort it out..
I'm not willing to do this surgery..

So I got a strong steroid cream which was helpful but not enough itself.

I also got a prescription for

Protopic 0.1 ointment

Tacrolimus monohydrate

Which is also a great medicine,but still not enough.

Now most of the white color disappeared and a skin is in a lot more better condition but after I started to try my own idea,I started to improve a lot again.

The reason why they say this surgery is the best treatment for this disease is because if they remove the foreskin than the glans will completely dry out, so there is no moisture
mainly caused by urine to feed the bacteria to grow BXO.

I had that idea before, what if I keep my foreskin pulled back so the glans is gonna dry out...

One doctor told me that probably it's not gonna work because the infected skin is still there.

But I read,someone else tied it and it really works.

Now I'm doin' it and I'm so happy because my condition improves so quickly.

I'm still using the ointment

and at least 50% of the day
I keep it back and it really helps me.

Important to make sure, if I need to pee, I always pull it back so the skin doesn't touch the stream and than dry it with a tissue and that's it.

Many doctors told me about this surgery but as I said

I'm really against it!!
So if some of you are in a same desperate situation as I was, just try it and see if it works.


I hope it's gonna help you guys!
 
Just-one-guy 5 years ago
Hello,
I read a lot about the ring that people diagnose their problem with. I have BXO on the head of the penis so below the foreskin. Is it safe to deal on this place with TTO, Emu oil and DMSO? I have a huge white area that has no pigment anymore. It is arround the place where the urine goes out. I can also give photo's of my problem. Dfrance, can you send me your email adress?

Thanks for any help!

Mark
[message edited by Markishere on Fri, 14 Mar 2014 10:43:38 GMT]
 
Markishere 5 years ago
The berberine hydrocloride you are using has another name Acetone, google it. Acetone is basically in the same family as DMSO! A solvent with the same propertys and side effects.
 
bartmh 5 years ago
C2H6OS is DMSO, C20H18ClNO4 is Berberine Hydrochloride. Im not sure what your point is but, its like saying water and hydrogen peroxide are the same thing.
 
quitelive 5 years ago
dfrance...can u send me your email addy?
 
london2014 5 years ago
Very important to mention!

I donft know about other reasons for tight foreskin but..

BXO is a skin disease. First I experienced myself and after that doctors told me that skin does NOT stretch with this disease..

I lost more than 100 pounds and a lots of time because I didnft know this..

Go to a doctor and then itfs up to you if you go for a circumsition or you choose a medical help and the same way as I said before.

Do not waste your money..

especially for a brand called novoglan.

It might help a lot in other circumstances but not BXO.

Youfve been warned..
 
Just-one-guy 5 years ago
Gemini33 or dfrance...when you applied the tto and dmso did you have the wrinkled effect right away? Did it go away, if so, how long? I applied 50/50 tto & dmso and now my glans is wrinkled and it as tho it looks damaged. Is this typical?

I appreciate anyones reply who has used this treatment.
 
london2014 5 years ago

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