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Study with Diclofenac.
« on: April 07, 2021, 11:55:59 AM »

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4706125/#!po=0.769231

This study showed good results and it says patients used Diclofenac, twice daily. Among other things (blueberry, PTX-oral, propolis, PTX-shot & Vitamin E.
Interesting since many on here has been asking if Diclofenac perhaps could do something.
Well, in this study, they use it officially.

I do, however, want to put the question out there - what actually made the difference?
If you bother to read the study, you’ll see that they administered a Pentoxfylline-shot (100mg) every other week, directly into the penis. Has anyone else here had this done?
Perhaps this was the reason for the success of the patients on the study, but who knows.
I feel like antioxidants are important but we all know the mega-dosage of Vitamin E is Stone Age treatment. Is anyone on blueberry and Propolis combined with Pentox?

I will personally start using Diclofenac more, excluding the glans this time.
Actually, I might put on Hirudoid-cream when I wake up and Diclofenac when I go to sleep.
I can barley afford the supplements I get on which leads to me not taking them for an extended period of time, which is awful. Physical & psychological pain combined is devastating.
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Re: Study with Diclofenac.
« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2021, 12:16:17 AM »

In my case I wouldn’t mix Diclofenac and Hirudoid. I would use on or another, isolated, for a week. See each one improves the best and then make a choice. But that is just me. I am usually all in for combining treatments, but I am quite cautious about skin’s allergic reactions.
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39 yo, married. Onset on 06/2020. Hourglassing when semi-erect, some indentations. No curvature or Erectile dysfunction. It still hurts sometimes. Taking pentox, daily Cialis, Q10, Carnitine and Hirudoid gel 500mg twice daily. Celebrex also helped.

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Re: Study with Diclofenac.
« Reply #2 on: April 08, 2021, 12:21:57 PM »

Yeah I hear you, man. My skin’a reaction to DMSO wasn’t too bad until I washed it off with warm water... God what a mistake.
Nasty skin rash on my balls after that and still occasional discomfort and pain in scrotum area, 2 months later!!!
Watch out for that.
Hirudoid is nicer to the skin in my case, but Diclofenac is definitely more powerful.

I’m applying Hirudoid two times a day right now.
It’s working, but I still feel a dull pain in my glans almost every day. Comes like a small wave.
Any suggestions to treat pain in the glans? I’m trying to avoid getting Hirudoid on there but it’s difficult.
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Re: Study with Diclofenac.
« Reply #3 on: April 08, 2021, 04:11:54 PM »

If you have any reaction on your glans, do avoid it carefuly. On the Hirudoid’s leaflet, it says to avoid using it on mucous membranes or sensitive areas. Same with diclofenac.

But obviously you may try both. The problem with trying them at same time is that, if you have an allergic reaction, you wouldn't know which one caused it.
Having said that, perhaps I will try Diclofenac as well after finishing my Hirudoid.

The study your posted is quite interesting. Specially because says that by doing nothing, you are very likely to experience noticeable worsening. What the heck people are teaching on the urology classes lately?

The main protagonist of this study is the perilesional injections of pentoxifiline. In my country I am 100% sure no urologist will agree on this!! I’ve visited 4 of them and 3 dismissed even oral pentox, with no room for arguments. The last one prescribed me, but only to get rid of me. Pentox injections? No chance at all. I also don't recall reading about any member here talking having taken pentox shots.
But the results on the B group are quite promising also. I see myself, more or less, followin the same protocol as they were.
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Re: Study with Diclofenac.
« Reply #4 on: April 09, 2021, 02:51:28 PM »

Hirudoid is nicer to the skin in my case, but Diclofenac is definitely more powerful.

How do? Which strength hirudoid are you using? I’ve just run out of hirudoid forte (mucopolysulphate saccharide) which worked very well for me. I can buy Diclofenac at the shops would love to know if it could work better.
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Re: Study with Diclofenac.
« Reply #5 on: Today at 02:06:50 PM »

Thanks, lads. I just read a study where it was found that Diclofenac has a negative impact on sperm-quality and testosterone. Of course, lol. It’s always something.
The study also concluded that Melantonin-supplementation eases the negative impacts on testicular health, caused by Diclofenac.

Just a heads up for people trying Diclofenac. I’m not gonna stop using it, since it’s working.
I might ease up a little and I will also start Melatonin-supplementation soon, since it’s also a powerful antioxidant.
But I guess try Hirudoid, first hand. Might be a little more easy on the body & especially testicles.
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