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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
Hi dfrance

Thanks so much for continuing to help on this blog. If I can defeat it I will do what I can to help others on this blog too.

I was hoping to get your, or anyone else who has gone through this, opinion on the following.

I applied TTO/DMSO to just a single area with especially thick BXO, located on the lower left area below the eye of the penis. I did this regularly for about a week, and after this I peeled the skin off. I stopped using the TTO/DMSO mixture shortly after that.

Admittedly I was anxious to see results and probably shouldn't have peeled the skin off so early, because it was quite red and raw, and there was some blood at times... Now the skin has dried and become calloused, and kind of resembles a scab. I can feel that there is actually some air or space underneath the skin when I press down on it.

Was this your experience? Or should I have waited longer for the skin to peel off naturally?

Many thanks
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staewo 6 years ago
The honey is a useful tool in the healing process, but wasn't highly effective in fixing the whole problem. Change your diet and give the TTO a chance to work.

It is extremely stressful, I feel your pain. I can't tell you how grateful I am all the time to not have to deal with it anymore. I hope the same for you guys.

You definitely don't want to rip the skin off to the point of bleeding. It is possible to cause scarring if skin is not allowed to heal (this is true of any skin on your body). I tried to be patient and let the skin flake off on its own. After a few weeks of my treatment, the skin started to peel on its own. It eventually came off in large strips but I didn't force it. Showering and rubbing it while its wet is probably your best bet, but just don't force it!

Hope this helps.

dfrance 6 years ago
Thanks very much dfrance.

My skin down there currently isn't in a condition to reapply the treatment right now. I'll wait for it to return to some kind of normalcy and then reapply the treatment properly if necessary.

Thanks again for your support.
staewo 6 years ago
Has anyone got any tips on keeping my foreskin retracted whilst this treatment is ongoing?.
My phimotic ring is right on the tip you see so when it's normal it's all crinkled at the tip of my penis. I would think the treatment and subsequent peeling process would be much better if applying the tto and DMSO to a tighter ring. I tried last night when applying manuka honey (I'm waiting for DMSO to arrive) but my foreskin kept popping over the glans even though I had taped shrink wrap over the honey. Is there any way to do this?

Also dfrance, when yours cleared up did the elasticity in the foreskin come back? Where you able to retract the foreskin without any pain after the treatment?. I have the tight ring you see. It looks like my penis has waistband when semi erect.
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Frankgrimey 6 years ago
Gone awfully quiet on here.Just a little progress report. As I stated before I was having trouble keeping the foreskin retracted so what I did was use the phimocure rings that I had previously tried. They are like flesh tunnels that people use to stretch ear lobes. Anyway, these are perfect because they keep the area I need to treat isolated so I don't get any of the tto/DMSO on the sensitive glans. After a week of this I got some peeling . The waistband effect is still there though, but I expected this anyway after only one phase of treatment. It got really painful before it peeled so I slapped some manuka honey on it this weekend to sooth it somewhat. So I'm just gonna repeat the process to see if I can penetrate deep enough to alter the skin structure from thick and inflexible to thin and stretchy. I'm also taking 3 red clover tablets a day as well. Updates to follow....
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Frankgrimey 6 years ago
So my BXO came back.. I would like to know did people continue treating the disease even after the white skin got peeled off, or is there a trick how to know when the disease is completely gone?
jomppa 6 years ago
lol dude when did you stop using the treatment. it isnt something you do for a bit and quit. if it is reoccurring you need to be consistent.
dfrance 6 years ago
I stopped it when i did not see white skin on the foreskin and thought , but it came back after couple of weeks so i started TTO/DMSO treatment again.

Now it's in the same state when i thought it was 'cured' so i'am gonna start treatment again next week.

And thank you for what your doing. :)
This has been the best treatment for this disease i've tried, because i've been trying those steroid creams/ointments and they have done nothing, and im not gonna get 'the best treatment' for this disease which they call 'Circumcision.'
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jomppa 6 years ago
Hi all

I thought I would give a quick update.

I applied the TTO/DMSO to an area where there was particularly thick white skin. It was successful at removing that skin and allowing new skin to grow there. I was a bit anxious and caused the skin to come off prematurely, which I don't recommend doing! The signs after a few days suggested that even the new skin was still not back to normal though.

I also went to a dermatologist after this, who strongly believes that in actual fact I have psoriasis - not BXO, as the GP diagnosed me as having. He has prescribed me Eleuphrat, on a special regime over six weeks, and so far I have to say the signs have been good, and the skin down there is improving.

I can't speak for or against the ultimate efficacy of TTO/DMSO in treating BXO, apart from saying that it was effective at removing the outer layers of skin I applied it to, thus allowing new skin to take its place.

I hope this information is of use.

Best of luck.
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staewo 6 years ago
steawo, my dermatologist doesn't know DMSO in combination with Lichen Sclerosus. I told her why it is important to use. I could damage underlying tissue of my skin with TTO/DMSO she told me. She got patients who have peeled off redness of their face with TTO. She want to take a skin biopsy from my penis. After that the most common thing for her to do is to give me a steriod cream. Ofcourse I will not take it in this stage. I have had bad experiences with other parts of my skin on my body in combination with steroid cream. How are you now? Did your skin recover in any way? I think that I will go to a iridologist for a second opinion. Why don't you use TTO/Pure Emu Oil/DMSO instead of 50/50 DMSO/TTO?

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Markishere 6 years ago
Markishere, my skin is improving well, and I am about two weeks into using Eleuphrat. I am on a six week regime, where I gradually go down from using it every night to two nights a week, in combination with a cream called Resolve at the later stages.

The Eleuphrat is stronger than the previous steroid ointment I was given, and this appears to be why it is effective. Please note though that I have been diagnosed as having psoriasis, not BXO/LS.
staewo 6 years ago
Ok, now in the middle of my third peeling. My problem is this, I need to penetrate a bit deeper because I just seem to be peeling the fresh skin. There is still the tight waistband look to my penis which is the main issue. I will say that it is slightly less tight though. On a scale of 1-100 I'd say its improved by 3, Not much I know. I've ditched the flesh tunnels now and I'm just applying tto/ dmso then wrapping it in cling film and surgical tape to keep it all in there. I was really hopeful after the first peeling but I've hit a wall now. I'll keep on doing what I'm doing and report back. If anyone's got any ideas I'd appreciate it.
Frankgrimey 6 years ago

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