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Good Evening All,

I was diagnosed back in 2005. I've endured 2 surgeries only to have it come back again. It seems mainly to be just around and in the tip of the urethral opening. Would you still recommend the treatment that dfrance has described? I can't go through another surgery. Thanks all.
 
Jersey57 5 years ago
To Jersey
What surgery did you have. I had a circumcision last year and I found during the recover that it seemed to be starting around the urethral opening. It was scabbing up and after a week or so it woul fall off then scab over again. I currently just have what looks like scar tissue where that was happening. I tried the TTO and emu oil on t foreskin when I still had it but the DMSO I ordered never came which a specialist I spoke to said was a lucky escape. Can't comment myself though.
Did you have surgery on the urethra, if so what was it, if you don't mind me asking. Also do after having it for some time do you find there are any triggers.
 
Arm88 5 years ago
I had the first surgery in 2005. They did a meatoplasty and enlarged the opening. They brought up good tissue fron a few inches in and then I had a catheter for 7 days. This was great for about 5 years when it returned. He again took away what was at the opening and dilated through a thin stricture about an 1' in. Left a catheter in for about 4 days and then it was good. Now 4 months later I see the whitish skin returning and the stream narrowing again.
 
Jersey57 5 years ago
Where are you in the world.
I'm in the uk. The specialists I spoke to said the procedure would involve skin from the inside of the mouth as they said using the same tissue would lead to recurrences like your experiencing. I know the names of some doctors that know a fair bit about this, but there uk based. But you have probably been talking to everybody anyway. I'm sorry to hear you've had such an awefull time with it. It's the most random medical issue I'd never heard of it till getting the thing.if I can help with any info please let me know if not then no bother.
 
Arm88 5 years ago
I have heard that too in my research. My surgeon has been very conservative in treating it as it hasn't become too bad. Also, there are not many urologists who deal with this disease.
 
Jersey57 5 years ago
Jersey who is your surgeon/specialist?
 
london2014 5 years ago
He is Dr. Stienberg out of Morristown,NJ.
 
Jersey57 5 years ago
Arm88 what doctors do you know in the UK?
 
london2014 5 years ago
To London
I saw a dr suks minhas from the London urology clinic. Also a dr Paul Anderson who specialises in meatoplasty. But the doctor nearest to me in the north is a dr shaw. Hope this helps
 
Arm88 5 years ago
Does anyone know how to apply the Tea Tree Oil and DMSO mixture? Do you drop it on or use a Q-Tip? Thanks.
 
Jersey57 5 years ago
50/50 was Dfrance's recommendation, and yes, use a q-tip.
 
london2014 5 years ago
Now that being said, my BXO is at the opening and just inside. How safe would it be to apply this mixture there? I'm sure it will irritate.
[message edited by Jersey57 on Sun, 27 Apr 2014 02:39:57 BST]
 
Jersey57 5 years ago
I cannot advise in any way, sorry :(
 
london2014 5 years ago

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