One thing that surprised me about balantis xo was that there was so little information on the internet.
I think there’s two reasons for this.
First – it’s not fatal. Nobody ever died from balantis xo. Even though it can cause great discomfort, as we know, balantis xo in most cases is not going to get you rushed to the emergency room. Sadly, and unluckily for us, it seems doctors and researchers have better things to spend their time on.
Second – it’s already been “cured”. In most cases, circumcision has shown to cure the condition completely within a few months. If you think about that, it means that balantis xo won’t be a high priority. Compare it to something like diabetes, which kills people every single day. Which condition are people going to spend their resources on?
Of course, there’s a big problem with this. Circumcision isn’t a cure. It’s basically an amputation. The foreskin is causing inflammation, so they chop it off. It’s akin to a doctor saying oh your foot is swollen? Let’s cut it off. There you go, you’re healed!
What this means is that if we’re suffering from balantis xo, we need to do most of the research ourselves. This requires self experimentation, reading, and most importantly, documenting our experiences on forums and blogs like this one. Only then can we spread the word about balantis xo and help other men start treating themselves properly from this horrible disease.
The good news is, balantis xo turned out to be surprisingly simple to treat. Keep the skin dry, keep the glans exposed, and use some regenerative natural treatments. It does take some time to see progress, but any progress is good progress. I managed to make amazing progress within one year and, as long as your BXO isn’t extremely advanced, I’m confident you will be able to as well.
If you’re suffering from BXO, I’d highly suggest reading the guide I wrote on the natural treatments I used and the studies I referred to. I sincerely hope it helps!
Best of luck