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jomppa - it's impossible to avoid it touching the glans, it won't do any harm except maybe some irritation. the DMSO helps penetration into the skin, its safe to use without it

dfrance- if youre still there could I have more information of the diet you were on? are alcohol, caffeine, gluten, ok or not? did you avoid all processed foods? I'm going back on the TTO now, I used it for over a month as you can see from my previous post without any improvement but will try again for longer this time. I'm taking lots of supplements now to try fight it off - Salmon oil, Red clover, B12, Probiotics, Chelated Magnesium, Kelp/Iodine, General Immune tablets, Zeolite, MSM organic sulfur. Getting back into martial arts for regular excercise. Eating organic foods as much as possible, drinking raw unpasteurised unhomogenised milk, using celtic sea salt and himalayan salt instead of regular artificial salt, having a green smoothie daily. I'm thinking of cutting out gluten, caffeine and alcohol. Don't know what else to do. Also I've ordered this salve lichen-sclerosus/..." rel="nofollow" target="_blank">http://www.aidanceproducts.com/skin-repair/lichen-sclerosus/.... which contains TTO among other natural ingredients which help skin repair. I wish the best of luck to everyone and if you have success please report back to help others
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ccone 6 years ago
I noticed alcohol seemed to make the symptoms a little worse. The big factor for me was to quit drinking dairy products..especially whey protein. Keep your diet as natural as you can.

Are you sure you are using high quality TTO? Try Naturessunshine's it is the best quality I've found.
dfrance 6 years ago
Question about food diet Is dark bread ok? im kinda like eating bread on mornings and evenings and im having hard time thinking other what i could eat on the mornings beside eggs, cause everything seems to have sugar nowadays <.<

The ones im eating seem to have 3g sugar to 100g. dark bread ok or should i change it to something else?

And sausages seems also to have sugar on them, should i not use them?
jomppa 6 years ago
Hi all.

Thanks for continuing to post to this thread. I have made a lot of progress.

After the initial wave of results I was disappointed when my healing started to slow.

If you experienced this, try adding more Tea Tree Oil to the solution. This helped me.

Also a few tips for anyone using the treatment.

1. Shake the mixture prior to applying it. It seems the DMSO and Tea Tree Oil do tend to separate.

2. Keep the area clean and dry.

3. Diet is key. You need to alkalize your system because it is in a state of dis-ease. Cut out animal protein, dairy and other acid forming foods and eat simple. Greens like kale and spinach, brown rice, and other whole fruits and vegetables. CHEW. I can not stress this enough. The glands in your mouth produce enzymes that greatly enhance digestion.

Be moderate with any diet change!
If you eat a lot of red meat, try eating a little less. Do not stress your body by diving into an intense diet.

Sugar is a culprit but it is not the ultimate cause. If this is a problem you suffer with think about the long term. You need to look holistically at your health.

This is not a quick fix, it will take time!

Be patient and healthy,
gemini33 6 years ago
A update from me.

I have gotten big progress and now the white skin is almost fully gone. i used the Tea oil emu oil mix first, but it took like +2 weeks so the skin would peel. (Yes i was impatient, but i think anyone wants to get rid of this disease asap. :) ) So i gave the TTO and DMSO mix a try for and applied it about 4 times a day.

After about a week the skin became hard and the tip of the foreskin became white color and really sore. Gave it a couple days rest and only applied emu oil to it for couple of days. Then foreskin got really tight like the size of a little finger.

The next day it finally happened the skin peeled and lot of it and now the there is no white skin *hurray* just that foreskin is still quite tight but will stretch it so it should be fine. (had a tight foreskin even before this disease).

For a diet i mostly just ate eggs, salad with chicken, pasta with bacon sauce (cream, onions and bacon) and ate the vitamins: salmon oil, red clover and vitamin-a. with coffee i use sugar, but i changed it to sweetener.

I just wanna say thanks to anyone for the information and help i've gotten from this site.

Hope you all get rid of this disease! :)
jomppa 6 years ago
Hi guys

Thanks so much for so actively building up this forum and providing so much useful information, which I haven't found anywhere else (thank you especially dfrance). You have renewed hope in me.

I was wondering if anyone had the white skin come back after it had peeled off? I have only just started following the instructions, but I have had the skin peel off before, only to be replaced by much similar white skin.

I suppose it is important to always manage symptoms.

Two other things:

- I was wondering was if anyone has had any side effects from the treatment?

- I also recently received some 99.99% Pure DMSO by Biovea. I was surprised to learn it crystallizes at below 19 degrees Celsius (67 F) - this is the right product, right?

Many thanks
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staewo 6 years ago
Hi all

I have just started using a 50:50 Australia's original tea tree oil/Biovea DMSO mixture.

For the time being I am only applying it to particularly thick areas of BXO on my penis.

Within minutes of applying, the skin started turning crusty, hard, white and thick. Almost boil like, with little craters - perhaps how you might expect burnt skin to look like after some period of time.

It is now very clearly noticeable. It looks a lot worse and I have to say I'm a little freaked out right now. However, it basically seems consistent with what I've read on this thread - I just didn't expect it to visibly change before my eyes! I will persist for the time being, and provide updates.

If anyone else had a similar experience I would really appreciate further information.

Thanks very much!
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staewo 6 years ago

dfrance, I'm wondering if you used the cure on the glans penis. Instead I saw you talking about the ring and head of the penis. Anyway, now I got almost all the stuff so I could start with the threatment, but when I read above, the story of staewo, it makes me a little bit afraid if my skin will get iritated that way too. Did this treatment work for you without the use of DMSO? Because I didn't order that yet. I've never heard that it's used in dermatology. Can I do it without it? Important: Do I need to fill a teaspoon full or till the edge?

I got TTO from the Melaleuca alternifolia. I got emu oil but with a little bit vitamine e. Got it from supernaturals.nl but they claim it is pure! Does it matter? It is maybe a good idea to share some before and after pictures. I hope you can reply asap :)

Thanks in advance!
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Markishere 6 years ago
steawo, how is it going? Any progress? I just went to a dermatologist. She told me that people get their skin iritated with TTO. I told about this treatment too. She wouldn't advice me to try it. She told TTO can get the skin very iritated, in most cases temporary. Especially the penis head is a sensitive place. She wouldn't advice me this, because she said it is in the under layers of the skin not possible to make changes.

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Markishere 6 years ago
Hi Markishere

I would agree that the TTO irritates the skin - it seems to have had that effect on mine.

I have been using a 1:1 DMSO/TTO mix now every day several times a day for one week, and applying it to an area with thick BXO on the glands of my penis.

Yesterday the area I was applying it to pealed off, and underneath was red skin. The mixture seems to have penetrated deeply, well under the skin. The area I was applying it to had thick BXO too, and it's possible the TTO/DMSO actually got down to the very roots of the BXO - at least that's what I'm hoping, it's too early to tell though.

The area with the fresh skin has since become quite dry, and is currently fairly red and hard. Only time will tell if it will return to normal. Given TTO's side effect of irritating the skin, this is not something I think we would want to use for a long time. But so far, it seems to have been quite effective.

Including the DMSO seems to be crucial at enabling the TTO to target the source of the BXO, deep under the skin. What did your dermatologist say about the use of DMSO here?

At this stage, I think I will cut back on using the mixture and monitor how the skin is healing. I am going to apply some paw paw & honey balm to help moisturise the skin a little bit. Perhaps some emu oil will also help.

I will provide updates after it becomes more evident how successful this treatment is. If there is anyone who can report on how they went some time out from first starting the treatment, it would be great to hear an update on your progress.

Thanks very much.
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staewo 6 years ago

I should add something else to my last post:

While my skin was irritated, that irritated skin has pealed off. I was a bit anxious, and caused that skin to peel off probably a bit early. As such, it's still red and raw, so I can't tell if it will still be irritated in a few days' time. I've had skin peel off before, but nothing like this, and at this stage this looks promising. I am just cautious of getting my hopes up too early.

I am happy to keep reporting on my progress, so you can wait to hear further information from me if you like before trying the treatment yourself.
staewo 6 years ago
I don't want to be insensitive but I am a bit amused by some of the concerns about skin irritation. If you are on this forum, your skin is already irritated and a mess. Of course its good to be cautious but when I was going through the stress of the situation I was ready to do anything to rid myself of the mess. the medical community doesnt have this one solved, yet any natural remedies are scoffed at and cautioned against. it baffles me. Unless you have personally experienced the disease, you have no idea what the patient is going through. Anyways, dont do anything you aren't comfortable with but this disease is certainly not comfortable.
dfrance 6 years ago
Hi all, been suffering from a hard phimotic ring for the past year or so. I've tried phimocure stretch rings but it hasn't helped. I'm going to try the tto and DMSO treatment over the next few weeks and I will update on how I'm getting on. I wanted to ask dfrance his opinion on using manuka honey in cling film as described in that fellas blog( can't post link)
As the picture at the top of the page is exactly what I have. Any thoughts from anyone would be welcome.
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Frankgrimey 6 years ago

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