BXO treatment... Page 32 of 37
Zonatedsumo 4 years ago
I had an std 10 years back which got killed by using liquid nitrogen to burn it..damaged skin probably brought on the LSA due to the urine being in contact with the skin...I think..DOctors might say its an autoimmune problem because I have rheumatoid arthritis but Im hoping its not as they can label autoimmune on anything.
The sovereign silver after 1 day didnt do anything..its kind of too liquidy.. I have ordered some CS gel from good vitality and some parafilm sheets to cover my gland with so that the gel can go in deeper...the sovereign silver gel seems to dry up quick or its absorbing and i dont see it..anyhow...I will stop the DMSO and tto and continue with the sovereign silver until i get my shipment from good vitality..Chris on good vitlaity shows promise with CS gel when it comes to things that doctors cant treat but BXO/LS seems to counteract all logic..and that is not possible..so hoping this new gel will get into that skin and atleast do something.
Vic75 4 years ago
Have you tried to use para film with the CS gel to make it go deeper into the skin? I believe you are not getting to the root of the BXO in your case.
Have you ever thought of trying out for a few weeks dmso and Tea tree oil? you area is localized and easy to treat...
Sovereign silver after 2 days is doing nothing visually..not even sure its getting into the skin..will see after getting the cs gel from good vitality...if that doesnt work i might try CS liquid injected rectally for better absorption
Vic75 4 years ago
Thank you for all the information in this thread. Had the same issue for several years and just wanna leave my thoughts about it here. I used the teatree/dmso/emu combo for several months, it improved my situation well, but not completely. I found that keeping it dry, is the most essential part in curing it. I stopped using the dmso and only focused on keeping it as dry as possible. I used a foreskin retractor for 4 weeks and all my symptoms were gone after it. I recommend anyone who suffers from this to give it a try, worked for me, can't say it will work for everyone though.
I used this myself: (never mind, can't post url, new account) but any kind of retractor should work fine. Best of luck to everyone
habanos 4 years ago
Thanks for sharing your experience on here with us. I run the blog 'Obliterating BXO Naturally', and have found the exact same thing that you have - keeping the area dry is the most important, if not even the only thing you need to do to rid yourself of this condition. I have read the same suggestion on so many forums around the Internet also.
I'd be really interested to hear from any men who found that their BXO did not respond favourably to keeping the area dry.
Out of interest, how long had you had BXO and how progressed was your case? I've been treating mine now for a little over a year, and while it's definitely healing and I'm able to have a normal sex life again, I'd still like to get rid of the last white patches. I'm always keen to try and speed that process up, so am wondering if a foreskin retractor might help me, or if you used one earlier on during the process than mine is at.
greaneyr 4 years ago
I can now thankfully say I am 90% BXO clear. I want to vouch for what greaneyr and habanos have said...keeping the penis dry is most essential in improving this condition. When I first found this thread my BXO ruled my life completely. My penis couldn't retract due to the hardened white ring on my foreskin and I had a large white patch on my penis glans which connected and ran down my frenulum. It was also very itchy. I used to hate looking at my dick and was ashamed of it but now it looks so much healthier and dare I say it normal. My white ring is completely gone, I can retract my foreskin fully now with no problem and the white patch on my glans has faded very well that only I am able to notice where the patch was and recent sexual partners haven't commented.
I only ever tried TTO mixed with a plain moisturiser at the beginning of my treatment which caused initial peeling. For me DMSO was always plan B. I then became slack in applying the TTO moisturiser but continued to religiously keep my penis dry and kept my foreskin retracted for a lot of the day, always making sure to wipe away urine and ejaculate. I cannot emphasise enough how much this has cured my condition. I have also within the last few months been using creme complete and I feel this is also helping keeping everything looking healthy. I also began eating a healthier balanced diet at the beginning of the year and for the last 4 months have converted to a vegetarian diet which in general makes me feel healthier overall. I'm not sure if this is a contributor in curing BXO but I do believe imo that it has helped as I strongly believe you are what you eat.
Anyway that is my update and I hope I have been of some help in returning to the thread with some positive success. Our bodies are all different but I wanted to give some hope to guys out there that felt like me when I was at my lowest. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. Take care and good luck with your healing.
lb_65 4 years ago
Im Back again. Im here trying to read good news about this &%$ disease. Ive gone last year and did nothing whit my pennis. An d its worst. Sure of that.
I dont have a precise diagnostic about my BXO. Just a Dr that says that it was that because i asked directally. But Im here since the page 18... and read all the dfrance methodology, but i have to confess that never i was constant and continuous in the treathment explained by this thread. I started like a month ago again, whit the TTO/DMSO 2 or 3 times a day, and i started to see that the white patch on my gland its a little bit more pink in one side, but more inflamated at the other.
That its because it will be good to change photos of the different stages of the disease between us. To see if we are talking of the same patterns.
Any way i will try to keep dry the zone... I drink a lot of alcohol, all days, may that could it be a point... Dont Know... just for the record. I eat really good and healthy. Not to much dairy neither sugar.
Remember the photos. If anyone have some... I have 2 or 3.
TX to all of you that leave here your experencies because the Drs knows less than us at least in this...
astor 3 years ago
I cant find Confrey here in my country... You think its decisive?
And the white patch in your gland its still there or gone... I dont see the urethra hole neither the upper of the gland...
See you all
astor 3 years ago
Its good..not as good as i wanted but Im not too stressed anymore..
Having tried the dmso for my lichen sclerosus et atrophicus..i dont not have feeling in my frenulum anymore..thats the worst part..however realizing dmso wasnt helping after 2-3 months with TTO...I started working on the immune aspect..
What i have figured out is that we all have leaky gut to an extent and via either antibiotics or gmo food, coffee, vaccines..we have killed off good bacteria and made our intestines leaky..
you must try to heal the gut..so im on the paleo Autoimmune protocol as of 3 months now..cant seem to take in grass fed meat though so will turn to mostly fish..
but the HUGE difference came in when i started the low oxalate diet..this is calcium oxalate that BUILDS up inside or outside of the penis..some woman have it as vulvular pain..we have build up overtime in the body..
now why did i get build up down there?? i had an std wich needed killing off with lquid hydrogen..so the skin got dammaged and that helped the oxalic buildup..
when i went on a green smoothie diet..i realized that my itching was 20 times bigger..and there was white build up around my frenulum that i could scratch off..that freaked me out..i looked at the smoothie ingredients..spinach..celery..sweet potatoes etc...MeGA loaded in oxalates...so i went on a low oxalate diet plus VSL3..suposedly helps with eating off excess oxalate..i think the vsl3 helped as i had lots of improvement in the first 2 months..i only bought 2 boxes as they are hell expensive but take magnesium citrate to help..
now its been 3 months..my gland is still white but still watching out for oxalaltes..i tried keeping to 40mg of Ox's but thats hard as i have rheumatoid arthritis and i need lots of food and was really hungry...so im staying under 60mg....
so gland still white but noticed after 2 months that my urine was coming out alot stronger and my urethral entrance got longer..as it wanted to shrink alot..so there seems to be an effect where when you get rid of the oxalate..what ever space it was taking ..sort of goes back to normal.,,.and when i eat more oxaltes..it wants to go back as it where...
so i guess vsl3 helps if you can afford it..atleast try out the diet plus calcium oxalate and mag oxalate ..
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Vic75 3 years ago
mrjql7 3 years ago
I really hope this "fixes" my BXO but most importantly I hope it helps with my tight foreskin which is basically pinhole phimosis with a BXO patch on the phimotic ring. So sick and tired of it, this is basically my last resort, if this doesn't work I'm gonna have a circumcision. I'm sick of this disease hurting my self esteem and sex life.
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mrjql7 3 years ago
Your phimosis, if caused by BXO, is very much treatable. I had a tight ring which also prevented me having a sex life, and I can now have a normal one.
Out of interest, what have you tried to date, and for how long? My experience has been that, no matter what treatment you throw at BXO, recovery takes a long time. Be prepared for this. That was what I found the hardest part - staying positive and not caving in totally when I wasn't sure if the treatment was even working. Any kind of peeling, in my experience, means it's working.
greaneyr 3 years ago
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