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mrjql7... I can't comment on any DMSO-based treatments as I never tried them. I have no idea where to buy DMSO from in my area, so was forced to pursue other treatments.

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
I've tried stretching exercises for almost 2 years with no improvement. I'm assuming the BXO is hindering progress. Thanks for your positive reply, I'll really persevere with this treatment.
 
mrjql7 3 years ago
Any chance you could tell me your other treatments to cure your BXO?
 
mrjql7 3 years ago
Update, remission for over a year! Ran into an issue with Romano cheese! Pure whey, AGAIN, stay away from the whey!!!
 
bartmh 3 years ago
Almost a week into this treatment and I am amazed. I'm already seeing a lot of peeling. Although I'm still skeptical if this'll fix my BXO and/or Phimosis, I'll persevere. At least I know it's working. I'll keep you posted with updates.
 
mrjql7 3 years ago
Does anyone have experience with or know anything about carbon dioxide laser treatment for men with LS / BXO? I couldn't really find anything negative said about this treatment, but I could find the extract of a paper on the outcome of a trial in which it was deemed fairly successful: "Is carbon dioxide laser treatment of lichen sclerosus effective in the long run?"

I suppose it does a similar thing than some of the suggestions in this forum. Any views on this?
 
piet80 3 years ago
I also came across a paper published earlier this year: "Male Genital Lichen Sclerosus"

It suggests that, instead of LS (or BXO) being an autoimmune disease, it may been the cause of intermittent damage by urine.
Any of you that could say that urine damage may have had something to do with your BXO, considering that in the paper it also says: "A recent study by our group has shown that 91-100% men with MGLSc have dribbling ..."?

If keeping everything dry and clean would be of any benefit, this might be the reason why ...
 
piet80 3 years ago
^^^That's reassuring, I'd rather urine be the cause of my BXO than an autoimmune disease. Slightly easier to maintain remission.
 
mrjql7 3 years ago
That's also horse pucky! A lovely Lady in the UK I believe, was studying the causes of female lichen sclerosis and has determined there is non firing A/B in the effected skin. I will look her paper up again and post a link. She is where the Red Clover came into play!
 
bartmh 3 years ago
Update: There is very hard skin on both sides of my foreskin tip, I think this is just part of the process of the skin peeling, however I just want to make sure. Is this normal?

EDIT: Skin peeled this morning, seems it's perfectly normal, just dead skin about to peel I think.
[message edited by mrjql7 on Tue, 17 Nov 2015 19:02:54 UTC]
 
mrjql7 3 years ago
I've been in remission a total of three tears now with three exceptions, a case of yogurt got me, an ice cream cake, a spaghetti dinner covered in Ricotta cheese! It is whey protein that upsets the balance! Thank you again Dfrance
 
bartmh 3 years ago
Update: Itchiness has came back, even with Red Clover Pills. Hopefully this is just par for the course.
 
mrjql7 3 years ago
Update: If you value your smell too much, I'd consider hiding in a bunker for a couple of months. While I'm at college I get complaints from people that I smell of seaweed, not that I'm surprised, the smell is appalling, I thought TTO was a bad enough smell but the DMSO makes it so much worse lol. Just a heads up to people wanting to try this. Progress is slowing down but I'm still persevering, it's only been 3 weeks after all.
 
mrjql7 3 years ago

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