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Hontas

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Dermatitis as a co-existing condition
« on: September 09, 2019, 03:00:28 PM »

I have had my biopsy done for my eczema and the results are following:

Parakeratosis in epidermis, and perivascular lymphocytic dermatitis on upper dermis.

Can this be used as a starting point to cure myself? I have had flares and itching at the same time with peyronies flare ups so i thought they might have had the same pathology and disease origin. Are there any biologics or topical corticosteroids used for this type of eczema that has been useful in treating it? I might try ionthoporesis with topical corticosteroids and biologics after getting tested for certain blood markers.
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Re: Dermatitis as a co-existing condition
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2019, 06:41:42 AM »

Dermatitis is an inflammatory autoimmune condition. Peyronie's is an inflammatory autoimmune condition.

One poster in Japan found relief from an asthma drug in the *mab range, but the issue is that all of them have significant side effects.

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Re: Dermatitis as a co-existing condition
« Reply #2 on: September 10, 2019, 06:27:03 PM »

Ok, now i know i said this many times before, that i have been cured etc. and turned out to be temporary. But i want to say that, i just applied hydrocortisone topically over the scar part and massaged it well to get it in. I checked after merely 6 hours, i swear to god my penis is at least a cm longer. I cant feel any fibrosis. Or at least only a little bit. I never had any calcifications so i am pretty sure thats the only way you can reverse this. Am i tripping or i actually just straight up pinpointed why it happened and just F^@$!ng found a way to treat myself? I still might be tripping guys. But i dont understand, its just a F^@$!ng cream how is it possible that this is better than normal oral drugs???? I am trying it again second time today and due to it being the lowest potent steroidal cream available i dont see any point not using it again...

If i am right i found why i have peyronies after all. You see i have a superficial very active eczema probably causing the local cytokine levels to skyrocket causing scarring and inflammation. Now that i applied steroidal cream to my skin , it lowered the inflammation in the area and just completely resolved my hematoma. It might have been that i was just hypersensitive to bleeding and vascular problems. This straight up locally reversed that. I had size increases before with relapses. But now with this, it shouldnt come back at all. Potaba had relapse, colchicine had a worse relapse. But corticosteroids? I at least know now that those biologic drugs (....mab) etc will definitely cure me totally. Now i understand why some doctors failed to diagnose me because i tottally have relapses and times where i regress but also times with improvement. I get good but the scarring comes back. Now with a freaking ointment i just straight up got rid of half my plaque on the front side of my penis. Literally half of it vanished. I can prove it with measurements as well.

F^@$!ng mental that is, 3 years of hard work and dedication to understand the etiology of the disease and now its paying off. Now i know i can just get a biologic drug in the arm and get cured indefinitely
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Re: Dermatitis as a co-existing condition
« Reply #3 on: September 10, 2019, 10:41:09 PM »

Ok, now i know i said this many times before, that i have been cured etc. and turned out to be temporary.

Believe me when I say I really do wish you the best, but acknowledging your past haste and then committing that exact same action again?

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Re: Dermatitis as a co-existing condition
« Reply #4 on: September 10, 2019, 11:23:43 PM »

I mean it helps %100 but it is a matter of degree that is in question. Time will tell, but already no pains and no feeling of constriction(new plaque build up feeling) on my penis. I normally have a very wild painful and bleedy active phase but last time i checked i didnt have any of those. I am just totally sure i am on the right track though. It is directly caused by eczema or rather by the same reason that also causes eczema. The thing is other drugs also helped me, but my eczema and peyronies striked back much worse when i kept the dose constant. However Not one of the drugs visibly made me think that my dick is the same as 9 10 months ago. There have been many more active phases i was in that 10 months of time. When i get tested on interleukins and Tnf etc it will all be fine and dandy because i will use a biologic agent that will do the same thing just more potent. It is logical because they are doing basically the same thing while steroids are a bit more generalized rather than specialized
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