Siti wrote:... Anyway the cream is actually meant for haemorrhoids but apparently worked wonders on his feet. I’ve included the link here, sorry it’s in Dutch but perhaps you can find a similar cream in your respective country with the same active ingredients that could work for you too.
https://www.avogel.nl/product/geneesmid ... iszalf.php
Tritici aestivi oleum
A.Vogel Echinacea Cream Contains The Extracts Of Certified Organically Grown Wild Pansy And Echinacea Flowers And Roots From Our Own Cultivations. A Combination Of The Fresh Extracts Of Echinacea Purpurea And Wild Pansy (Viola Tricolor).
This Cream Is:- Anti-Infective, Anti-Inflammatory, Nourishing And Soothing. Useful Where Skin Is Red And Inflamed Such As Minor Cuts, Sunburn, Acne And Nettle Rash.
Ingredients (Inci): Aqua (Water), Hydrogenated Peanut Oil, Propylene Glycol,Echinacea Purpurea (Aqua/Alcohol) (Coneflower Extract (Water/Alcohol), Viola Tricolor (Aqua/Water)(Pansy Extract (Water/Alcohol), Cetearyl Alcohol, Sodium Lauryl Sulphate, Sodium Cetearyl Sulphate, Methyl Parabene, Propyl Parabene. Allergy Information: Contains Peanut Oil.
Directions For Use: Use As Aften As Needed. For External Use Only, Avoid Contact With Eyes.
catstaff wrote:Hamamelis virginiana is witch hazel, extracts of which are widely available in the US, but I am not sure whether one might be able to mix it with other lotions to replicate this. Witch hazel is an astringent, which makes swollen tissue shrink. Most over-the-counter hemorrhoid creams have astringents/vasoconstrictors as their active ingredients. Preparation H's "cooling gel" has a high proportion of witch hazel.
rp1954 wrote:At least some people are able to eliminate HFS for Xeloda with IV vitamin C about twice a week, out to about 4-5 days interval.
I first found this in a ~2000s case history by Riordan clinic and have seen other examples since then.
IV vitamin C works best on KRAS mutants, and with additional mild adjuncts based on living tissue cell tests in the lab.
UFT is not so HFS prone, different side effect profile.
My wife had essentially no side effects problems with her oral 5FU prodrug chemo, UFT, based on tegafur, doing IV vitamin C frequently.
S-1 is a tegafur based drug with a different more powerful, irreversible DPD enzyme inhibitor.
Maybe RIordan Clinic could fill in their HFS - IV C experience with Xeloda and other chemo drugs since then.
Beza1422 wrote:rp1954 ... regards to your professional opinion and recommendations.
rp1954 wrote:Beza1422 wrote:rp1954 ... regards to your professional opinion and recommendations.
I'm mostly tired and retired here folks. 11 years is a long time. So don't count on my timely presence and responses.
I don't have professional medical opinions, just personal ones.
Most of my discussions are here, on the board, not via email.
People who just show up for help without much conversation are at a disadvantage for help - we are not mentalists.
For me, no blood numbers - no idea.
Frankly people slow on getting the blood numbers trotted out (privacy, insurance, $, or "dr No knows best" problems) are probably too far behind be very successful with the situational demands of a comprehensive alternative medicine approach.
This is not a sport with some loose plays tried, it is an attentive war of extermination. For us, a long one - the short version wasn't nice.
We had to do many numbers again, again, again, and again to gain or keep control, and to personalize them for various phenomena.
Missing the early data complicates things, and misses chances.
Each shot you take should be carefully aimed and tracked, by the numbers.
(different kinds of number sets apply so an initially broad net is a good idea)
Newbies here often blindly bank on early cimetidine tx's and CA199's published odds (high CA199+CSLEX1 is pretty common for CRC) but the population here is different, the odds seem reversed with an amazing percentage of ultralow CA199's (pretreatment peak CA199 under 2) who could not possibly benefit from cimetidine. So many times I ask, people blow CA199 blood marker off ($,dr) and then find out they are ultralow(UL) on CA199 later - I think the UL% that tried CIM here is over 3x normal CRC population (7-10%). Nevermind simply below median CA199. CA199 is often a difficult marker series, less informative, pricier than CEA too. But that first early (near dx) CA199, can be a very valuable one.
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