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Okay boys I have been seeing a dermatologist for 2 months now and he thinks it’s ls. I wish I never started the tea tree oil treatment because I think it further damaged my skin. I was seeing huge progress and then my skin started peeling and I have another lesion that formed. It’s not exactly a lesion lot or less a deep patch of skin that ripped off. It’s been two weeks and it won’t heal. I was having high hopes the creams he prescribed were making fresh skin come back but in the more stubborn white skin areas nothing would happen I think the dmso combo killed the skin in so depressed over this. Now I have this “lesion” and he told me to keep putting colbatesol on it. Has anyone had experience with skin peeling? Lesions? I feel like I’ll need plastic surgery to fix the appearance if I can ever cure myself of this. I’m so mad I waited years to address this, the skin that flaked off is about as thick as a nail. Please help I was trying ozonated olive oil but that wasn’t helping the derm said to do the colbatesol. I feel like for it to heal iff have to lay in bed naked all day lol. I would give all my money in the world to go back in time and force myself to go see a doctor because I fear I wil never get better and it will get worse. It’s even worse after the dermatologist help!
 
Longjon last month
Longjon,

I'd stop applying Clobetasol and Ozonated Olive Oil. Let the tissue repair on its own.

Corticosteroids such as Clobetasol impede wound healing in studies. But if it seems like it gets worse without Clob, re-continue.
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The below 2 treatments have been found in new studies to cure LS (and many other skin conditions).

All patients whose LS doesn't improve within a few months of conventional treatment should contact their doctor and request their medical insurance cover either of these treatments:

1. Photodynamic therapy: https://github.com/LichenSclerosus/LS/wi...
2. Collagen injection:
https://github.com/LichenSclerosus/LS/wi...
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If your medical coverage won't cover it, see if you can find a dermatologist that will perform one of them for you. They might give a discount. (I don't know the cost.)

These studies are amazing news. Good luck!
[Edited by ScottSummers on 2021-01-10 21:24:14]
 
ScottSummers last month
I recommend all LS patients order PDRN cream (a regenerative medicine Salmon sperm DNA molecule).
https://github.com/LichenSclerosus/LS/wi...

I bought it here: https://amzn.to/3ig5Mv3

PDRN can be ordered right away, where as Photodynamic Therapy and Collagen Injection require lengthy processes while seeing if health insurance will cover it (otherwise it will be hundreds of dollars), and then waiting for an appointment with a dermatologist.

(I'm actually also going to use the cream on my hairline as a preventative against hair loss. There's a study on that in the above link.)
[Edited by ScottSummers on 2021-01-17 03:22:37]
 
ScottSummers last month
I also recommend all LS patients take a systemic anti-fungal/anti-candida.

I've come to believe Dr. Shallenberger is right that for many male and female patients, an aspect of the condition might be genital tissue responding abnormally to systemic fungal over-growth, such as candida (which is normally present at limited levels in the body).

More info here.
https://github.com/LichenSclerosus/LS/wi...

He recommends Terbinafine (Lamisil) as a prescription systemic anti-fungal.
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But if you're not going to be able to get that quickly, I'd start taking Goldenseal. It's valuable to save time with LS.

This is the Goldenseal I took 9 months ago that might have been one of the factors that put my condition into remission. It was prescribed to me by an alternative doctor.
https://amzn.to/3ijzBeu

More info:
https://github.com/LichenSclerosus/LS/wi...
[Edited by ScottSummers on 2021-01-15 15:59:44]
 
ScottSummers last month
Hi, been following this for a couple of months now. I was diagnosed with LS about 3 months ago, been doing the TTO/DMSO oil for a month now maybe? Done about 4/5 applications usually 4/5 days on twice a day then 2-3 days recovery and repeat. Can't really tell how much difference it's made yet im currently in the recovery stage, also bought red clover as instructed took for a month don't think it did any difference though, not sure wether to buy another bottle and keep it up.

Anyone still reading this post and having luck with the tto/dmso mix with red clover? Or anything else worth trying

thanks
 
dave123 last month
also i took clob for a month and i honestly think it did nothing for me, anyone else have issues with it?
 
dave123 last month
Hi Everyone,

Was diagnosed with BXO in 2002. Had a few minor surgeries the last being in 2014. I've noticed the dreaded white appearing at the opening again. In the past I've had much success with the 50/50 mix of TTO/EMU oil. This time it doesn't seem to be working as well. Any thoughts or ideas? Thanks.
 
Jersey57 last month
greaneyr I would like to read your blog if at all possible to see how you worked things out. Thanks.
 
Jersey57 4 weeks ago

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