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Re: DMSO, DMSO based Solutions and TOPICAL Treatments
« Reply #350 on: November 06, 2015, 09:56:57 AM »

Cancer is quite a bit different than Peyronie's.  In fact, Cancer has been cured at least 30 different ways, but the medical establishment can't make any money off of an actual cure.  Tumors in general don't like oxygen, as their growth is actually a cellular survival move of rapid reproduction when the cell's survival is threatened (by insufficient oxygen in this case).  This is one major reason tobacco use is carcinogenic.  Not only does it introduce damaging elements, it reduces the oxygen available for your own natural processes to eliminate the damaged cells AND triggers rapid cellular reproduction in those same cells.

A "new" cancer treatment is just now on the market which supposedly works "with" your immune system as opposed to the "kill everything but the patient" approach of radiation or chemo "therapy".  If it is exceptionally effective, I expect the results to be distorted and the price to remain outrageous.  If it is marginally effective, it will be pushed.  Such is the "business" of "medicine".  Yes, I'm a bit jaded...but I have reason to be.
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« Reply #351 on: November 06, 2015, 02:22:48 PM »

Kuaka, I'm not trying to start an argument with you, but I do like to try to hold forum members to account insofar as the soundness of the medical talk we engage in here - reason being, if this forum holds itself to a rigorous standard in terms of scientific inquiry and discussion, it has a whole lot more credibility and can be looked to for better advice by those seeking advice. It's in this vein that I bristle when you say things like "cancer has been cured at least 30 different ways, but the medical establishment can't make any money off an actual cure."

This is ludicrous on so many levels, it ranks up there with the internal combustion engine that runs on water, the fake moon landing, FDR sacrificing the Navy at Pearl Harbor, the CIA inventing AIDS, etc., etc. If you actually believe there is a cure for cancer and that generations of countless human beings working in the medical sciences (most of whom having themselves lost family members to cancer) have actively, successfully engaged in a massive conspiracy to hide this revelation from the world, then I can only say I don't share in this belief. And I hope you'll refrain from putting forth this kind of stuff on these forums, because ultimately, I think it damages the credibility of the entire forum when Peyronies Disease sufferers come here looking for sound medical advice and find stuff like that. 

We have to deal in facts here - conjecture is fine if it's labeled as such. But what you're talking about veers off into "conspiracy theory."  And just to maybe make my point a little more specifically, imagine a guy comes here looking for info on whether DMSO could be useful in treating Peyronies Disease (I used it myself years ago).  He finds this thread, sees people talking about the application of DMSO and sees one who touts its merits and also believes it can be used to cure cancer, and further that cancer cures abound, the medical establishment just won't release them. You see what I mean?  Your opinions on DMSO just got undermined by your conspiracy theories on cancer in my opinion. That's all I'm saying.

Take it for what it's worth.

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« Reply #352 on: November 06, 2015, 04:11:53 PM »

Sorry, Kuaka, but I'm with Nemo on this one.

Aside from any argument about its validity in treating cancer, this site is here to try and supply relevant information to Peyronies suffererers from those who've experienced trying all mooted remedies for the disease.

 If anybody has experienced benefit from using topical DMSO based applications on Peyronies plaque, I'd like to hear about it. Personally, I found it useless.
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« Reply #353 on: November 07, 2015, 05:15:29 PM »

I didn't say it was much use in this case.  I don't hang any real hopes on it as such otherwise either.  It is only one component, and a small one at that.  I don't believe we will have a "single" treatment of particular value, with perhaps the exception of Magnesium.  I know "we" in general are Magnesium deficient.
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« Reply #354 on: November 14, 2015, 06:39:22 AM »

Quote from Nemo:
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...if this forum holds itself to a rigorous standard in terms of scientific inquiry and discussion...
Are you sure Nemo that this is still the case?
Just wandering

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« Reply #355 on: December 30, 2015, 02:58:02 PM »

From my experience it has shown that DMSO can transfer iodine through the skin. In the case of Peyronies can only soften scar.
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« Reply #356 on: January 02, 2016, 01:38:37 PM »

Just my two cents. DMSO is a carrier into the skin and a pretty powerful one at that. It does have anti inflammatory properties...doesn't mean by itself it dissolves Peyronies Disease plaque..don't think that's the case but combines with other compounds it's certainly possible.
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« Reply #357 on: January 02, 2016, 05:58:02 PM »

In my time on this site, many people, including myself, have tried various DMSO based treatments. I personally know of very very few, if any, reports of success.
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« Reply #358 on: January 03, 2016, 07:27:33 AM »

I can witness as someone that read all the posts until August 2015 that I don't remember no one that DMSO helped.
But of course each one can do with his penis as he wish.

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« Reply #359 on: January 03, 2016, 11:40:53 AM »

DMSO is a carrier and an effective carrier. That's about it. Some anti inflammatory properties. It's not a plaque or scar dissolving compound. It's a carrier. So if some are using it alone it won't do anything.  The key is mixing it in the right mixture with other compounds that may offer greater effectiveness against Peyronies Disease.
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« Reply #360 on: January 03, 2016, 11:47:47 AM »

I'm going to have a compounding pharmacy make up a mixture of DMSO, Emu Oil, and Super Oxide Dismutase and Vitamin E and see what I can do over a 3-4 month period.  Any compound that is used must be used for at least 3 months. We can't use it for 1-2 weeks or a month and say well this doesn't work. As we all know it's a marathon not a sprint unfortunately.  We don't use traction or VED for 2 weeks only do we?  This is why clinical trials on compounds or injections are done over a 2-3 month period. 

It would be intersting to have Polls on here and be able to see who has used what and how effective.
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« Reply #361 on: January 03, 2016, 12:32:50 PM »

The question is not whether DMSO is transdermal, we know it is. But, so far there is no evidence that it is capable of penetrating as far as the tunica. If it can't get through to the problem, it matters little what it's carrying with it.

I tried DMSO 90% gel with organic castor oil, pure Vit E oil and a Organic apple cider vinegar. It did absolutely nothing over a period of several weeks.

I wish you success, but I wouldn't get your hopes up too high.
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« Reply #362 on: January 03, 2016, 08:14:29 PM »

See Jonbinspain answer,it is mine also

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« Reply #363 on: January 25, 2016, 07:20:22 AM »

I used now since posting first on this topic solutions of:

DMSO + Iodine
DMSO + Magnesium
DMSO + Ascorbic Acid

Applied topicly onto the skin and through the urethrea while slightly clamping of the base with a hand.(inserting an eye dropper or pippet into the opening)
This takes much trying and exercise until one gets it right. Keeping a very clean enviroment during dmso use is very important(see all my other posts on this topic)

I varied the % of DMSO and the other ingredients throughout and have no conclusive opinion what is the optimum.
IMO the best way to approach is to start with something like a 50% DMSO solution (basicly pure DMSO + same amount distilled water) and then add the ingredients. At higher DMSO % the possiblitiy of burning skin gets higher. Still 90% or more DMSO solutions are possible to apply.

What helps tremendously is to have something like a a aloe vera solution handy which soothes the skin. Washing a DMSO application away with water can increase the burn(water and dmso interact!)

Continious application daily or as often as possible is the most important IMO. I noticed improvement after some weeks but whenever I stopped the tissue/plague hardened again.
This is a very tedious thing and I would say it needs to be done everyday for at least some months to have lasting improvement.

The plagues/calcifications will soften and I suspect its possible that they partially dissolve or get circulated by blood again.

My result is that peyronies isnt affecting me anymore.
I started with profound hourglassing which is now totally gone. I still feel some plagues but I have no pain nor any problems with intercourse.
In my opinion supplementing such a protocol with heated air or waterpumping at low pressur(hg) is very beneficial. It helps blood circulation to and around the plagues stretching them(traction can help there too).

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« Reply #364 on: January 26, 2016, 03:46:54 AM »

Hello Melting!
One can try the other methods with a success deemed here in the forum as useless. When it comes to the use of iodine it is also used in iontophoresis to soften connective tissue - scars, keloids, adhesions and bumps. Vitamin C can be used to effect elasticising walls of blood vessels, anti-inflammatory, and enhances the effects of immune system and additionally the use of acetic acid helps to dissolve calcium deposits by converting insoluble carbonates to soluble acetates - spurs, bony growths, periarthritis, myositis ossification's. All this doctor does not tell You :-)
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« Reply #365 on: January 26, 2016, 07:53:31 AM »

What long time members are always emphasizing is if a treatment helps someone is not for sure will help others.
The combination of DMSO with Iodine, Magnesium, Ascorbic Acid is helping Melting and I am pleased to read that.
I hope other members will try this treatment and will report successful results :)

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« Reply #366 on: January 27, 2016, 03:52:03 PM »

James, I dont expect many to have success with DMSO applications as it is such a cumbersome and long term thing. Took me months to get into a working schedule and protocol to achieve lasting improvement.
And if you mention such applications to a doc Im pretty sure almost all will discourage as the two I met did with me.(but it helped more then any of what they proposed).
The whole Thackers "mystery" formula back and forth didnt help with DMSO's reputation too.

Hello Melting!
One can try the other methods with a success deemed here in the forum as useless. When it comes to the use of iodine it is also used in iontophoresis to soften connective tissue - scars, keloids, adhesions and bumps. Vitamin C can be used to effect elasticising walls of blood vessels, anti-inflammatory, and enhances the effects of immune system and additionally the use of acetic acid helps to dissolve calcium deposits by converting insoluble carbonates to soluble acetates - spurs, bony growths, periarthritis, myositis ossification's. All this doctor does not tell You :-)
Exactly! And Magnesium is the natural calcium antagonist.
If I remember right then copper can help too as it plays into some parts of our condition adn vit c + magnesium can create a copper deficiency(?). Cant remember how, and if so what version of copper to use(copper peptide?) I think I remember that I didnt use copper as it was too expensive back then.

MSM, a derivate of DMSO, can be eaten and is together with vit.c  usefull in healthy collagen(with our condition we have "bad" collagen).
But If I too remember correctly then the DMSO I apply will in my body anyway turn into MSM.

Any more ideas on what to combine with DMSO?
My formerly hard plagues/scars are all smaller and softened and I would love to get totally rid of them to avoid any flare up again.
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« Reply #367 on: January 28, 2016, 04:09:33 AM »

Hello Melting!
When it comes to the removal of calcium deposits I had a problem with heel spur, whose I get rid with the zapper or iontophoresis with apple cider vinegar 6% acidity (no alcohol) used instead of water.
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« Reply #368 on: February 28, 2016, 07:21:37 PM »

Freemason, I'm curious if you ever got together a topical solution to try, any progress?

Melting what is your schedule these days and how is your progress?

Lately I am trying to get myself to attempt more therapies, even ones like DMSO, for a number of reasons. I find the DMSO story interesting because in theory, it should do something helpful, even though it has not helped many people here.

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« Reply #369 on: March 20, 2016, 09:29:38 AM »

I just wanted to say that i had a 30 degree bend i have been using castrol and absorbin jr and have notice a great deal of difference now after 2 weeks i am down to about   15degree bend. It seems to be working some.
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« Reply #370 on: March 20, 2016, 06:54:15 PM »

Bentupup

Can you tell us a bit more please

"Castrol" ?? ..... castor oil ?

"absorbin jr" .... whats that ?

How were you applying, just massage, massage after heat etc etc ??

A result like that in 2 weeks is amazing !!

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« Reply #371 on: March 20, 2016, 07:27:13 PM »

Hi all, I was just thinking earlier, what mechanism does Muse use to get through to the CC to deliver the prostaglandin? I don't mean the poke it in the urethra bit, I mean how does it penetrate from the urethra through the layers to the two corpus cavernosum?
Thanks for any insight.

Sorry wrong place, I'll start new.
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« Reply #372 on: March 20, 2016, 09:26:43 PM »

Yes castor oil. Absorbine jr is used for muscle ache and pain i just rub the castor oil in then i use the dobber on the absorbine jr and dob it on.  Then  i wrap it up with a cut piece of ace bandage for about an hour.
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« Reply #373 on: March 20, 2016, 09:34:28 PM »

If you look at the active ingredients in absorbin jr. You should notice it has acetone   which s is dmso medical grade. It also has other properties that aid anti-inflammatory.
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« Reply #374 on: March 20, 2016, 09:42:03 PM »

I am not a chemist nor am i highly educated. I jist prayed and prayed about my condition. And the absorbine jr. Just came to me in the strangest way. And it is really working.  It is well wihin my budget for treatment
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« Reply #375 on: March 20, 2016, 10:27:30 PM »

Bentup...can you tell us about any scar tissue, ie, plaque that you have and have you noticed any change using the casor oil and absorbine jr.? thanks....sounds almost too good!
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« Reply #376 on: March 21, 2016, 07:11:51 AM »

Would b more than happy to give testimony. It all started about 8u months ago while wife and i were having sex. We were over excited and and sex was getting rough and intense pleasure was soon interupted by a loud pop with little or no pain. I comment to her humorously i think i broke my dick. It was a day or two later i started to notice a slight bend in my penis to the left. Within a day or two there after i noticed a small lump on that side followed later by a second lump. I totally ignored the fact that anything was wrong thinking of it will heal. Later on seems the lumps had gone away but my penis was shrinking in size anfrom a long 10intime to a near 4inchs. I was imbarrassed and kept this this to my self. My sex drive had gone erection was near to impossible. I later 5 months googled broken penis and quickly diagnosed my self as as to haveing the disease. In the 5month the noduales had move to the lower top base of my shaft and a line up the top near total lenght. If and when erction was possible my penis was bent so bad it pushed into myself. I started reading. At first i would rub myself with vitimine e oil with unsatisfying results. I started my investigations with google reading all i could and was so confused about all the info. I started using caster oil alone and was getting no results but getting plenty sticky. That is when i started praying. And one morning i opened my med. Drawer and the absorbin jr fell in my hand i thought absorb huh i then looked up the ingredient and found that it included a lot off what i had read about. Acetone. Menthol hince, ment with alcohol. And many other oils of heeling like wormwood. Thinking this is Gods way of answering me i starting using it. I first started with the castor oil then would dab large amounts of the absorbin jr on.  It was a not so pleasent feeling but yet a pleasent feeling. I then started with cotton balls soakeditb ny ingredients
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« Reply #377 on: March 21, 2016, 07:25:54 AM »

Please excuse my typin skills. Part 2. I applied the cotton balls on the nodules and wrapped with a piece of ace bandage for 30about min. To an hr. Two times daily. As far the noduales the have shrunk from quarter size to dime size or smaller my penis is no longer pushing on me when erect about 2 incbes away from me. The noduale alone the top and lenght is about gone. Is it a miracle or the absorbine jr. Or maybe both you be the judge. I have also gained 2 .5 inches back. I think i will keep it up and maybe add a little apple  cider vinegar. Also pray to help with my spelling and typing. U ask and i will try to help. Love all and live all.
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« Reply #378 on: March 21, 2016, 10:16:46 AM »

The active ingredient in Absorbine Jr.® liniment is 1.27% natural menthol. Other ingredients include calendula extract, echinacea extract, absinthium oil, acetone, chloroxylenol, iodine, wormwood extract, potassium iodide, thymol, water and coloring agents FD&C blue number 1 and
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« Reply #379 on: March 26, 2016, 04:47:23 AM »

Absorbine contains ingredients of fluid Lugol, which I mix with DMSO and impose at the adhesions for 30 minutes. And it helps me to soften adhesions and stretch them gently but firmly. After almost 2 months already I have positive effects.
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« Reply #380 on: March 27, 2016, 06:11:55 AM »

Why not try absorbin jr, dmso,apple cider vinegar, castor oil,and streaching what we got together what we got to loose but inches if it dont work.
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« Reply #381 on: April 02, 2016, 03:56:55 PM »

Bentup Thanks for sharing your experience with something so simple as Absorbine Jr.

Just looking at the raw ingredients I would think it would be a good analgesic, anti-inflamatory and anti microbial.  Why or how did it break up scar tissue or placks?  Who knows, but the results are all that matters.  The iodine is the only ingredient in Thackers that may explain some of it.  I know calendula is softening on the skin.    The acetone is similar to DMSO as stated earlier.  Maybe someone much smarter than I can study this and understand why it would work.

What else is remarkable is the very short time in which you saw results.

Are you doing any oral therapies along with this?.  i.e. Ubiquinol, ALCAR, Pentox etc.  Have you been using a  VED?

Keep us informed as you progres.
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« Reply #382 on: April 06, 2016, 04:11:18 AM »

Good morning good luck, i am having great results from what i can tell this morn. I dont know if i am blessed,or what but sure am giving thanks to God. I must say what is on my mind and just pray what is working for me will help many. I first might let all here know i am a poor ole country boy... money is not a giving. I have very little funds for resources so I
Will have to do the best with what little i have. Now i never consider myself to be smart or stupid but i will tell u guys my program if you want to try it that is up to u. I will tell all u that i will be as honest as humanly possible ,i am seeing results. Remarkable results.  Poor man attempt. Ok i first rub the noles with castor oil.  Laugh if you wanna but i then take some pantyhose put a slip knot in it and slide it over the head and pull it snug. Then i take a ace bandage and tie it between my legs at knee level and pull pantyhose tight and tie it to the ace bandage. That puts a pretty good streach down pull on my penis. The noles are at the top base of my penis and run lenght ways alone the top. I then dob the absorbin jr on alone the top and base very generously. I then rub it in with pretty much forge keeping a tight streach on a little at a time by parting my knees. As i rub the noles i feell them breaking up i will rub them adding absorbine jr a couple of time for 30 min to an hr
i then take a peice of gauaze add absorbin jr to it and wrap it around penis then while streatched i wrap ace bandage around fairly firm but not cutting off blood suppy. Realease tension and leave penis wraped over night.  As far as scaring i really not noticing a bunch but this is what i do alone with prayer before and after. I am taking nothing orally that is all i am doing. Might sound hickish but it is making a diffrence. Sex is good and life is getting better. If you find this works for you then pass it on at light speed.
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« Reply #383 on: April 11, 2016, 12:47:52 PM »

Good report Bentupup, makes all sense.

The Absorbine Jr. possibly drives some of Castor oil into the skin too.

DMSO could possibly potentiate the penetrative effects.

Freemason, I'm curious if you ever got together a topical solution to try, any progress?

Melting what is your schedule these days and how is your progress?

Lately I am trying to get myself to attempt more therapies, even ones like DMSO, for a number of reasons. I find the DMSO story interesting because in theory, it should do something helpful, even though it has not helped many people here.

DMSO is cumbersome to apply and you need to do it often(daily every day) and much can go wrong (espacially skin wise, burning, very dry etc.; handling..) Thats a part why you wont get much feedback. But the ones that do can give you plenty as you have to get deeply into it(much reading etc.)

I have no negative effects from the plagues anymore. That said I never had a huge bend but mainly hourglasse effects.

I do pump often with warm and (ice) cold water(anti inflmmatory) and do apply DMSO from time to time to keep what is left of the plagues soft.
Im trying some application of DMSO into the urethrea while holding the penis off at the base at the moment. I hope to target some nodules that are near the urethrea(deeper) with this more easily. Sounds bad but is easy to apply once you get the hang of it. ( I do it with an glas eye dropper inserted into the urethrea)

Overall I increased the health and strength of my Penis so much that the nodules dont matter much. I do basicly many of the so called Penis enlargement exercises that are to be found around the web and forums(jelq etc.) In a way Im healthier then before the Peyronies Disease.
But be carefull anyone who reads this, if you have any underlying tendencies to get new peyronies plagues/nodules (inflamamtory problems) then any penis exercise might create new problems!(!!!)

Well, Im happy to not have done what the doc told me(cut them out)
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Re: DMSO, DMSO based Solutions and TOPICAL Treatments
« Reply #384 on: April 15, 2016, 10:51:45 AM »

Good results this morning. The nodules is breaking up. I am pleased to say what i am doing seems to be productive. This to me is a God thing. Through prayer the absorbin jr. Just fell into my hands as i was praying for a answer.  I pray it will work for others as it helping I i am not pushing religion here. But he can do for us what we cant do for ourselves.  I think it might not hurt to up grade to absorbine jr. Xtra strenth or get a higher grade used on horses from the farm store. And i hear it comes in patchs to.              God bless all.
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Re: DMSO, DMSO based Solutions and TOPICAL Treatments
« Reply #385 on: April 20, 2016, 10:58:24 PM »

Im gonna give absorbine and castor oil a shot..its Menthol as an active..doesn't it burn? I can see how it could work in theory as it certainly would penetrate the skin...hence the name absorbine..lol...interestingly using absorbine is an old home remedy for removing scars on horses back in he early 1900's. It's been around forever.  What the heck..why not.
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Re: DMSO, DMSO based Solutions and TOPICAL Treatments
« Reply #386 on: April 21, 2016, 07:57:41 AM »

Freemason:

Yes, you are right about using Absorbine on horses ankles, lower legs as well as upper legs when they had problems with soreness and other leg maladies. It worked great, but the user had to be careful to take care when using it since whatever ingredient you wanted to penetrate to the pain they had, it would do the same for whoever was applying it.

I lived on a farm in the 1920s through the 1950s on a very rural farm area in the Deep South of the USA. We could not afford a vet to keep our farm animals healthy, so we used our own home remedies including a medicine similar to Absorbine. It was labeled as Horse Linamint in those days. It worked wonders on repairing our disabled animals.

The above is just my 2 cents worth of caution about using any supplement or med that has the ability to penetrate at least one or two layers of ones skin. Any substance mixed with the Absorbine would also be carried into the inner parts of ones Dick.

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« Reply #387 on: April 21, 2016, 06:14:06 PM »

Freeman,old man
You are both right in my studies of the absorbin jr.  And yes freeman it does burn if it gets on the nut sack. Other than that it doesn't burn at all. I must say i like the ingredients in the absorbin jr on it contains some of the same ingredient as thacker formula  so if i were to add anything it would be apple cider vinagar. But the absorbine jr already has iodine that should be helpful plus it has natural antiimfamatory properties.  I haven't had a break o ut or skin burn yet but when it gets on the nuts it has potential to make you say oh my "God" as you show you teeth and try to create a wind tunnel to blow on you nuts. Lol. But old man has a good point do not add anything that could be carried into the blood system. I myself am thinking of alternating treatments with a pack made of meat tenderizer. But not with the a absorbine jr. Will see how that will work.                    Bless all...
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« Reply #388 on: April 27, 2016, 08:12:54 AM »

Bentupup,

This is my first post on Peyroniesforum. Thanks for your encouraging reports. I checked on the Dupuytren forum, if anyone there has tried Absorbin with success.

It seems to be the case, at least for the veterinarian version of Absorbin: Other therapies › Liniment/Vitamin E/Laser Pointer Treatment | Forum for Dupuytren's contracture The writers refer to "Horse Liniment", and "pain relief liquid" from 1892.

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« Reply #389 on: May 05, 2016, 07:29:44 AM »

Bentupup,


Is all still progressing well?
I have ordered Absorbine Jr from the US and expect it to arrive within next week - ready to try your protocol:-)


Regards,
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« Reply #390 on: May 07, 2016, 06:38:13 AM »

Yes arkibald.  I am having great result. I am using the xtra strength version of the  absorbing  Jr  any questions and I will help what I can. I am gaining Inches back as I using my stretching and the nodules seemed to be getting softer. As I massage them while streaching I feel them break up till  they are down to hardly nothing. They will return daily but bust up more easily every nite. I will stick to my program for now.
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« Reply #391 on: May 12, 2016, 10:50:57 PM »

Ok so I started my first experiment with stuff two days ago...my curve is about 50 degrees dorsal..my plaque is cord like about an inch and half on top. So I bought SOD cream (super oxide dismutase) which has Vit A, Vit e and other stuff..I put that on my plaque first then use a q tip and put Absorbine over top 2x daily.  Wow the tingling is wowzer. But it goes away. This far I've not noticed any skin irritation..yet.  The SoD is 25,000 iu in the cream. I figure it will prob take a few months if I'm gonna notice anything.  I'm seeing my regular dr tomorrow and I gonna ask her to RX me 15% Veraprimil cream too to add to the mix...why not.
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Re: DMSO, DMSO based Solutions and TOPICAL Treatments
« Reply #392 on: May 15, 2016, 02:08:33 AM »

I start with the castor oil first my self then I pull a stretch using the panty hose and ace bandage while I have the tug put on it I then generously don the absorbing jr. I then  start rubbing the Noles as I can feel them breaking up. I will add the absorbine Jr a couple more times for the hour I streach. It is helping me and I ask my higher power to help others. I like the ideal of using the cream to. I use a generous amount of the absorbine Jr and never noticed any skin burns at all.  Together we can win. I am also thinking bromimene.  Or how ever you spell it but it is used in meat tendirizer. It is made from the stem of pineapples. Any thoughts on that will be grateful.
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« Reply #393 on: May 30, 2016, 10:36:23 PM »

If I want to use DMSO + Castor Oil, what do you put first? I see here (DMSO and Castor Oil For Scar Tissue | Listen To Your Gut) they recommend first putting DMSO, let it dry, and then castor oil, but that doesnt make sense to me.

ANy ideas?

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« Reply #394 on: June 05, 2016, 12:44:27 AM »

I thought they were premixed together?
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Re: DMSO, DMSO based Solutions and TOPICAL Treatments
« Reply #395 on: June 13, 2016, 10:49:31 AM »

I start with the castor oil first my self then I pull a stretch using the panty hose and ace bandage while I have the tug put on it I then generously don the absorbing jr. I then  start rubbing the Noles as I can feel them breaking up. I will add the absorbine Jr a couple more times for the hour I streach. It is helping me and I ask my higher power to help others. I like the ideal of using the cream to. I use a generous amount of the absorbine Jr and never noticed any skin burns at all.  Together we can win. I am also thinking bromimene.  Or how ever you spell it but it is used in meat tendirizer. It is made from the stem of pineapples. Any thoughts on that will be grateful.

As per this usefull post: DMSO, DMSO based Solutions and TOPICAL Treatments - Peyronies Society Forums [Page 8]
Bromelaine, which I guess you mean, is too heavy. But who knows if parts of it can be absorbed..

Your whole absobine application + breaking up of nodules sounds good. Did you manage to do it until now?

I feel like the total dissolution of my plagues would depend on me doing a protocol everyday for months and maybe years. I did have results which keep me fully functional so I cant get the motivation up to get rid of all of it but I might have to for the future.

Whenever I did a protocol with DMSO I had to do it reguarly to improve. Whenever I made a bigger pause the plagues did get harder again needing some days and weeks to get them again softer / diminish slightly.
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« Reply #396 on: July 24, 2016, 05:09:02 AM »

Has anybody tried John Parks' DMSO formula? 

If you google "The Sexually Healthy Man: Phase 3: The Infantry Attack/Topical Gel", you can find all of John Parks' method there.

I'm considering trying the DMSO formula and heat therapy to improve my symptoms. 
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« Reply #397 on: July 24, 2016, 08:41:12 PM »

I have been using an ointment containing DMSO that has resolved nearly 90% of my peyronies plaque and I expect the disease will be totally resolved within the next month.  I am also applying the ointment to my hands to resolve Dupuytren's issues. 
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« Reply #398 on: July 24, 2016, 10:04:34 PM »

Overcomethis,

John Park is a scam artist. If you do your research, your can find him on a commercial for Xiaflex. It's on YouTube. John Park is about cashing in on people knowing full well how freaked out we get when we see something unusual with our package.  I tried it all, but never once bought anything linked from his site and none of it did a bit of good. The only thing that potentially did anything is traction, but not more than 5 degrees which isn't much when you have a 45-50 degree curve. I will say traction does give you stronger erections.
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« Reply #399 on: July 25, 2016, 01:05:26 AM »

I agree, I would stay away from what ever Parks is selling.  He is a businessman first and foremost.

He has been invited to come on this board and join  but he is staying away.  Maybe because he knows his stuff does not work.

Perplexed, why not share with us the ingredients in your ointment?  Your news is quite remarkable!
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