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Dupuytrenesco cream
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02/20/21 13:07
BobL 
02/20/21 13:07
BobL 
Dupuytrenesco cream

Has anyone tried Dupuytrenesco cream?

https://dupuytrensco.com

Is it magic or just a scam?

Thanks.

BobL

02/20/21 13:49
wach 

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02/20/21 13:49
wach 

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Re: Dupuytrenesco cream

Just scam, of course. A cream doesn't penetrate the skin barrier, specifically if it is "all natural". It might soften the skin but that is no cure for Dupuytren's. From their website: "The obvious advantage of Dupuytren’s Cream is that it is non-invasive with no known side-effects." Unfortunately with no known effects either.

Wolfgang

Edited 02/20/21 13:50

02/28/21 00:44
BobL 
02/28/21 00:44
BobL 
Re: Dupuytrenesco cream

Thanks for the quick response. That's sort of what I thought too.

But, when I tried to search around the Internet to learn more, one of my Google search results was:

MAGNESIUM AND DUPUYTREN DISEASE: https://dupuytrens.org/magnesium-and-dupuytren-disease/

I don't know why that article would come from a search on Dupuytrenesco cream but who would have thought that magnesium supplements could help some people? It just goes to show how little anyone knows.

That's why I was asking if anyone on the forum had actually tried that cream.

I'm getting to the point with my contraction that I'll probably have to do something in the coming months. And none of the currently mainstream treatments look very appealing to me, especially because the contraction is in my dominant hand and I'm an avid tennis player.

Thanks again.

BobL

02/28/21 09:03
wach 

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02/28/21 09:03
wach 

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Re: Dupuytrenesco cream

Hi BobL,

you are right. There can be enexpected effects and taking Mg might be one, not for everyone with Dupuytren's, only for those who suffer from a severe lack of Magnesium and whose Dupuytren's is very active. But still.

From what you are describing needle fasciotomy (= NA) might be an option for you https://www.dupuytren-online.info/needle_aponeurotomy.html . It is minimally invasive and heals very quickly. I was able to fully use my hand after a couple of days.

Wolfgang

02/28/21 13:19
spanishbuddha 

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02/28/21 13:19
spanishbuddha 

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Re: Dupuytrenesco cream

BobL:
Thanks for the quick response. That's sort of what I thought too.

But, when I tried to search around the Internet to learn more, one of my Google search results was:

MAGNESIUM AND DUPUYTREN DISEASE: https://dupuytrens.org/magnesium-and-dupuytren-disease/

I don't know why that article would come from a search on Dupuytrenesco cream but who would have thought that magnesium supplements could help some people? It just goes to show how little anyone knows.

That's why I was asking if anyone on the forum had actually tried that cream.

I'm getting to the point with my contraction that I'll probably have to do something in the coming months. And none of the currently mainstream treatments look very appealing to me, especially because the contraction is in my dominant hand and I'm an avid tennis player.

Thanks again.

BobL
I play tennis too, a lot, when not in lockdown. I have nodules and some minor flexion restriction in my dominant hand. I wear a bionic tennis or paddle glove. I don't think it makes my DD worse at all. If you are able to grip the racquet and switch grips for different strokes keep playing, maybe with a glove too, whilst seeking treatment, avoiding surgery if possible.

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