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Hello again Greaneyr. I'm back in here again too. I should have kept it going. Most of my BXO is clear but now it's in my meatus - that has me worried enough to renew my zeal for treatment. I need to make this go away for good. Where is your blog? I'd like to read through it.
[Edited by dragonreborn on 2018-10-30 15:09:52]
dragonreborn 10 months ago
All quiet since October. How is everyone doing?
dragonreborn 6 months ago
[Edited by BarryLangston on 2019-03-09 22:09:27]
BarryLangston 6 months ago
BarryLangston 5 months ago
Anyway, does anyone know for sure what this disease is caused by? Is it chronic inflammation or auto-immune? No one seems to know for sure. If it's auto-immune, why are my antibodies attacking my penis? If it's inflammation, why do I have inflammation there. This disease seems to be a mystery.
I've been doing intermittent fasting along with no sugar, no carbs, exercising everyday, getting plenty of sun over the course of about a month now, and I have seen some improvement. Maybe it's in my head but the skin appears to be getting pinker, no shedding though. I tried using DSMO+TTO and it swelled my penis up and made it very painful to even walk for a couple of days.
I'm planning on doing a dry fast. In a dry fast, disease cannot survive in your body if you keep with it. If dry fasting for 3 days or longer multiple times a year dosen't clear this up, I don't know what will. I will report back with my findings.
cato88 5 months ago
Question for you regarding when you were treating your glans(head), did you ever get all the white skin to peel?, what did it look like towards the end healing stages, did it look like fine white lines surrounded by red/pink healthy skin? I’m defineltly In the last leg here but I’m now concerned about over doing treatment on my glans, my case is rather unique as I been circumsized since birth and this was triggered by damage and inflammation, I know if I stop and heal this for a few weeks it would look fine but I’m more concerned , as mentioned in past, with relapse and continued growth of this skin when I do stop, how did yours look when you noticed it came back around urethra? Did it streak and atrophy?
BarryLangston 4 months ago
So what the heck do I do? I've tried blow drying my penis but it dosen't really do anything. The only way I know I will cure this problem is if I can keep the foreskin retracted, but I can't do that, the skin simply will not stretch.
Running out of ideas here, might consider surgery but I don't want to. The key to this is keeping the skin dry, and it just seems impossible with me.
[Edited by cato88 on 2019-05-20 21:55:39]
cato88 3 months ago
Been using the DMSO+TTO almost everyday, I have made progress. Lots of BXO skin peeling off on the outside of the foreskin, but the inside of the foreskin is incredibly hard to peel for some reason, I'm guessing it's because of the moisture. I can't retract my foreskin when flaccid so keeping it dry is an issue. I've used a talcum like powder that helps keep it dry but at the same time I'm not sure if it's really doing anything.
Keeping dry seems to be the key, but without the ability to retract my foreskin, I have no idea if I can get the inner foreskin to peel.
Masturbating seems to make it worse but I'm not entirely sure. What's also weird is I keep peeling skin all the time, i'm not sure if this BXO skin has layers to it or something, or it keeps coming back, which means I'm not getting to the root cause.
Will post again
cato88 2 months ago
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