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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
Point is they are both solvents and known carcinogens evidently! Point is which is harder on your body? Which is water and which is peroxide oh wise one!
 
bartmh 5 years ago
Searching Berberine Hydrochloride and carcinogen only returns results of the compound inhibiting some c**cer cells in vitro. There are many articles on it being extracted by solvent. Can you supply the address of the pages you have seen this information on?
 
quitelive 5 years ago
www.healthline.com research Acetone, I've used it for years cleaning Hypolon roofing systems. Healthline states (in the very first line) Berbine Hydrchloride is another name for Acetone. Just going by what google came up with on BH.
 
bartmh 5 years ago
Is anyone remaining on this thread who have used this mode of treatment?
 
london2014 5 years ago
I'll post my current progress. I've not acquired DMSO yet as wanted to see how things would go with just TTO.

Before acquiring a bottle of TTO I was curious in the shower one day as I have a hair conditioner that contains TTO. So everytime I showered I'd lather some on to my foreskin and penis glans. Soon enough I got peeling on the foreskin. This made me hopeful that if a Teatree conditioner was having this effect on my penis then a TTO Mixture must work too with better results. Currently I have been mixing TTO with a plain moisturiser and I must say I am definitely seeing improvements with the white ring on my foreskin as the skin is peeling revealing the fresh new skin. The penis glans hasn't started to peel yet however. If it doesn't over the next month then I'll try another method on the glans. I'm still wary about using DMSO as I don't feel people on this forum have given enough solid information that it has worked on the PENIS GLANS...but we'll see.

Another thing which I feel has been helpful is keeping the foreskin retracted for most of the day like 'Just-one-guy' suggested.

London2014 since I know you have applied the treatment to the penis glans please keep us updated on how it works for you. Hopefully the wrinkling will go away. I feel we need to support each other more on here and let each other know where we are with progress. Dfrance we need you back!
[message edited by lb_65 on Tue, 18 Mar 2014 20:58:10 GMT]
 
lb_65 5 years ago
I had peeling that occured over the last 2 (two) days. I have not found any of this painful. I used 50/50 TTO and DMSO. As for any concerns about carcinogenics I believe protopic and other pharmaceutical approaches come with risks as well. Would like to hear from dfrance or dufraise and compare outcomes/experience.
 
london2014 5 years ago
London2014 good to hear you have had peeling. Was this on the penis glans? Has the wrinkling subsided?
 
lb_65 5 years ago
Yes. The glans. Its worked amazingly well...just as dfrance outlined.
 
london2014 5 years ago
That's great news London2014. It really is promising to hear that it has worked for you. Will have to order some DMSO.

How is your glans looking? Has it managed to get rid of all the white patches?
 
lb_65 5 years ago
Its looking much better. I am sure it will take some time but so far, so good.
Is anyone else using this?
 
london2014 5 years ago
Hello!

dfrance already wrote something about this... but it sounds like you guys are surprised that this is working? Go read the other 15 pages of this thread first!

Yes the foreskin will wrinkle immediately, kinda like when you leave your fingers too long in hot water. as soon as you let it dry, it will smooth out again.

This is what I do and it is curing me.

I use a 50/50 mixture. Half DMSO, half Tea Tree Oil. Shake your 50/50 bottle well, and apply DMSO at night before bed - the smell that radiates from you after using it is unpleasant, and no one is going to be talking to you while you're sleeping.. ha!

In the morning I either retract the foreskin and let it dry for as long as possible. (This is tricky as you guys probably know!) OR apply manuka honey every hour or couple of hours. (Tea tree comes from the manuka tree and this honey is very anti-bacterial/fungal)

DO NOT PEEL! Especially when it is still wrinkly. The next time you take a shower you can rub the dead skin off gently, but if you pick and peel at it you might uncover some very raw and tender skin and this will halt your process for a few days (for me at least!)

My biggest advice is to keep it dry when not using the 50/50 mixture. The reason why circumcision works as a cure is that it forces the foreskin and glans to dry out completely.

I am getting closer and closer to being free from this.. I will post when I am completely healed.

Good luck!
[message edited by gemini33 on Tue, 25 Mar 2014 18:09:53 GMT]
 
gemini33 5 years ago
Gemini...did you use it on the penis glans? Did anyone else on this forum...it appears that some did but not 100% sure.
 
london2014 5 years ago

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