Dupuytren's Contracture Remedies

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What Is Dupuytren's Contracture?

A deformity of the hand, Dupuytren's contracture typically develops slowly and progresses over several years. The condition affects the underlying tissue in the skin in the palm, causing knots of tissue to develop. Over time, the knots form into a thick cord that pulls one or more of the fingers into a folded or bent position.

The development of Dupuytren contracture and its symptoms generally takes place over several years; however, it can vary. Some cases develop over a few months or even weeks, and in some affected individuals development of the condition begins and ends intermittently. The condition often presents as a thickening of the skin in the palm at onset. In addition, the skin may appear puckered or dimpled. As the condition progresses, a firm lump of tissue often forms in the palm of the hand that may become sensitive to the touch. Over time and with further progression of the condition, cords of tissue form beneath the skin and extend toward the fingers. As the cords begin to tighten, the fingers pull in toward the palm.


The exact cause of Dupuytren's contracture is unknown; however, some researchers suggest the condition may be caused by an autoimmune issue. In an autoimmune disorder or reaction, the immune system attacks its own body tissues, which may be the case with Dupuytren's contracture.

Natural Remedies for Dupuytren's Contracture

As the progression of Dupuytren's contracture is generally slow, many steps can be taken to treat the symptoms and cure the condition altogether. Making dietary changes such as following the Epigenetic or Paleo Diet helps heal the body and reduce pain. Likewise, supplementing the diet with zinc and vitamin E softens nodules and support overall cell health, preventing further development of the condition.


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Posted by Mark Hardy (England) on 03/24/2018
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Hi, my name is Mark Hardy and I am 66 years old. A month ago I was diagnosed with Dupuytrens Constricture affecting the middle finger of my left hand. I was unable to straighten the finger. I have had two acupuncture treatments over a two week period and whilst the lumps have not totally gone, I do have full mobility of the finger again. The lumps have definitely reduced in size. The acupuncturist inserted needles both sides of the tendon and past a small electrical current through them The treatment was not painful, just a little strange. I am having one more treatment next week and then every couple of months depending on the condition. I am, needless to say, delighted with the results.


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Posted by Yumiko (Australia) on 02/07/2020
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Dupuytren's Contracture:

If you have pain in other part of joints you are very acidic. You need to alkalize your body by changing your life style. Eat a lot of raw vegetables, stop smoking and drinking which are also very acidic. Drink a lot of water. Taking bicarb soda and very small amount of borax help you to also alkalize your body.Stop anything eating any sweet or drinks, that include honey and fruit juice.


Dietary Changes

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Posted by Peter (Northern California) on 03/09/2017
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I am Eastern European who lives in California. I was diagnosed with Dupuytren's Contracture on my left hand palm about 5 years ago at age 48. It was progressing rapidly with growing knot on my palm and ring finger. Over two years ago I started low carb diet and about 16 months ago I got even stricter and begin Ketogenic diet. Amazingly within couple of months knots on my hand went down as well as contracture and pain. Looks like knots continue getting smaller and there is absolutely no pain or contracture. I can freely move my fingers and my hand looks normal except for small area on the palm where there is still small visible knot. Truly amazing considering that my doctor told that contractures will get worse and worse and eventually will have to operate on it. I truly believe that keto diet is the cause for improvement as I experienced other benefits in my health as well.

Replied by Victoria
(Tustin)
08/01/2017

I am 49 yo female of Eastern European heritage. I just was told I have Duyputreyns in my left hand. I have a very painful lump in my palm, which popped up couple of months ago and it continues to be painful. A small mass appeared about 2.5 years ago and is not painful. Any suggestions would be highly appreciated. Diet, especially. I am ordering SSKI. Thank you, Victoria

Replied by Mmsg
(Somewhere, Europe)
08/02/2017

Victoria, you can try Clay poultices.

Replied by Dee
(California)
08/17/2017

what kind of clay?

Replied by David
(Victoria)
09/08/2017

On keto do you have dairy?

Replied by Anna
(Derry Nh)
08/28/2018

I am interested in the dietary changes you made for this specific issue with your hand. I just found out about this diagnosis and am looking for anything that will help.
Thank you.


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Posted by Sac (Denver, Co, Usa) on 05/17/2013
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My 79 year old mother totally reversed her dupetryn's contractures and fibromyalgia by following the Epigenetic diet formulated by Dr. Jack Kruse. She started the diet almost one year ago and her symptoms started to get better after just one week of following the diet. Now, only if she strays from the diet does sometimes the pain and other symptoms return on the same or next day. She just has to go back for to eating that way and in a day the symptoms go away again.

My mother had fibro for almost 20 years and DT for the last 4 or 5 years. For me it has gotten rid of knee joint pain and swelling. I can always tell when I am not eating right because the joint pain comes back. As soon as I eat right it goes away again.

The more stricter you can adhere to eating this way the quicker your results. This is a way of eating that you can do for a lifetime without problems. It works for most people. If it doesn't that means it is time to see a professional because there might be something else going on.

Replied by Leah
(Australia)
10/30/2013

Hi there, my mother has just been diagnosed with DC, and I would be very interested in this epiginetic diet you talk about. Is there part of a book which talks about DC in particular? What is the name of the book which got you into the diet? Thanks for your help

Replied by Pete
(Montana)
05/13/2015

I would like to know where I can find the diet for dupuytrens.

Replied by Ronald
(Holland)
02/02/2016

Is there already some more positive news on improvement treatment DC by using epiginetic diet? Ronald

Replied by Annie
(London U K)
04/25/2016

Hi there, I have at 55 years of age just been diagnosed with Duputryens disease in my left hand. Although in its very early stages, I am interested in how Epigenetics and dietary changes can help. Can you please advise? Grateful from the UK

Replied by Cheryl
(Schererville)
09/21/2016

From what I saw all he really says it that you should eat only fruits and veggies that are in season for the time of the year. If it is spring only eat them according to the time of year you are in.

I really do not see that making much sense. More important stay away from refined sugar, and not a lot of fowl.

Fowl like chicken and turkey does make it worse.

Replied by Emma
(Centralia, Illinois)
12/28/2016
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When I was first diagnosed with Dupuytren's Contracture in my left hand, I had about four tumors in the palm of my hand. My doctor said there was nothing he could do. I knew better. Natural is the way to go. Since I knew iodine with iodide combination shrinks tumors, I simply bought some and took 1 in the morning, 12.5 mg., and I no longer have that problem. My fingers never turned in and the tumors are gone. I must take every day anyway, due to hypothyroidism.

Replied by Cj
(Philadelphia Pa)
01/12/2017

I just got back from the doctor's office, having been told I have Dupuytren's Contracture and that nothing can be done. Of course, the doctors have told me that before, several times, and they were always wrong before, so I have no doubt they are wrong now. HOWEVER, I'd like to figure out what is best for me to do. I am interested, Emma, is your experience. However, I've been told to stay away from iodine because I have the exact opposite problem from you: I have Graves disease, or hyperthyroidism. It's been in remission for many years. (Doctor told me nothing could be done, I ignored him and followed the advice of a woman who wrote a book on getting rid of Graves Disease, it worked, Doctor said "It's a miracle". Dumb Doctor.)

Anyway - I'm a bit afraid to simply start taking iodine. Do you have any resources you followed to identify the interaction of the collagen conversion and iodine? Andy other advice for me?

Suxan
(TX)
02/18/2021

Can you tell me the brand of iodine that you took?

Replied by Ct
(Cape Town, South Africa)
01/23/2017

Hi I got duputreyns only in my hands last year. I had radiation therapy for 5 days, break of 8 weeks, then another 5 days. The first 5 days seemed to improve the contraction of the fingers, but the second dose didn`t help at all. My hands are now swollen, painful at times, and my knuckles have become larger (I can`t put on my wedding ring) especially in the morning. I can`t straighten my fingers completely and 2 of the fingers in my right hand are at about 75 degrees off normal.I see some reviews on epigenetic/paleo diets. How many days does it take to notice whether there will be a difference?

Replied by Emma
(Mt. Vernon, Illinois)
01/23/2017
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I'm sorry, I sure don't, I'm sorry.


Dupuytren's Contracture Remedies

Posted by Sarah (Galway, Ireland) on 08/09/2009

Hi

My mother's fingers are bent over (dupreyens sp? contracture) and she's been told she has to have surgery to reverse it. This has a 1 in a 100 risk of nerve damage, (which the doc. only mentioned when I asked about risks :)

Do you know of any remedies herbs or supplements that could help her. (She is taking baby aspirin and is in her 70's but is quite healthy otherwise.)

Any help at all would be much appreciated, she's a lovely lady and I think she's just going to go for the surgery in January if she doesn't come across anything.

Thanks

Replied by Gary
(Egremont, Ma)
09/30/2009

Sorry, I don't know any remedies other than surgery. I had Dupytrens removed from my right hand in 2002 and will need the left hand done some time int the future. I did not have any nerve damage and the recouperation was not that bad. It is a bit sore sometimes when I use the hand a lot, eg. when I tried Kayaking.

Replied by Brrr1106
(Grand Forks, Nd)
12/17/2009

My husband has had surgery on both hands due to Dupuytren's Contrature. He had no serious problems due to the surgery. He was, however, one of the youngest his Dr. had performed the surgery on and because he was young at the time, his hands are contracting again. We try to keep up with the latest in regard to this condition and there is now a newer treatment using injections which has been quite successful and does not require surgery. If you check websites on Dupuytren's, you should be able to do some homework before your mother decides to have surgery. This new treatment might be an alternative for her to explore. Good luck to her.

Replied by Kcsing1
(Nashville, Tn)
04/03/2010

Whatever you do, don't do the surgery. Go see Dr. Charles Eaton in Jupiter, Fl for the needle procedure. He's great and it's very easy and successful. Also, I have softened my nodules with a raw food and green smoothie diet.
Best,Kathy C

Replied by Willis
(Mid, Florida)
05/12/2010

My husband is age 41 and has the worst case of DC his doctor has ever seen. According to his Dr. surgery is the only fix and there is no cure. I did hear about the Dr in Florida as well. He has it in both feet and both hands. His first surgery was when he was in his mid 30's (usually DC affects people much older). The surgery had to be repeated within a year. The second time they had to remove so much tissue he had to have a skin graph and lost some mobility in his pinky finger. He had both feet operated on twice with no nerve damage. It has returned and will need surgery again when he gets to the point he can't walk. DC is hereditary and reoccurring. One Dr. mentioned that there seems to be a connection to skin graphs and less reoccurrence.

Replied by Lou
(Nj)
09/14/2010

I have had 2 NA procedures done in Fl by the Dr. on the same finger done within 5 years. After the second I had cortisone injected to soften the nodules only to backfire. My contracture returned within 4 weeks of the injection which was only intended to soften the nodules. I could not believe what I was seeing... I was told I will have to have another NA procedure to fix this.. Lesson learned: don't mess around with anything after NA procedure

Replied by Olof
(Johannesburg, South Africa)
10/14/2010

Who can I contact/see in South Africa for treatment?

Replied by Dillis
(Meyerton, South Africa)
10/15/2010

To Olof. I dont know anyone in South Africa besides the medical fraternity who only want to operate. How bad is your Dupuytrens? There is a website which deals with the problem naturally. It worked for me. I will surf for the website and post it to this thread when I find it again.

Replied by Kay
(Destin, Fl)
09/02/2012

Notice: some people are finally having notable success treating DP via Cryotherapy. There is a great, very active and responsive group of patients reporting thier findings, results, progress, post-op issues, etc at Yahoo Groups for DP, so you folks may want to check them out!

Replied by Susan
(Kingston, Ma)
12/29/2014

I've had a lot of success using Standard Process phosfood. The cord and nodule in my left hand had softened a huge amount, my pinky finger on my right hand is straighter and more flexible. I also have leddarhose in my feet with strong cords no nodules. The cords on my feet are also softening. Another thing I want to mention is that I follow a ketogenic dietary lifestyle, which may also be helping.

Replied by Sally
(Traverse City, Mi)
08/07/2016

Susan,

Would you mind giving an update on your Dupuytren's after using the Phosfood drops? Thanks!

Replied by Toni
(Capitola, Ca)
09/01/2018

i have DC on the palm & pointer finger of my left hand. In researching I found an old article that someone healed their DC with marijuana. The person made it into a poutine and wore latex gloves to bed. I've been to the doctor and took before pictures. I am using CBD with aloe, cocoa, cupuacu butter & magnesium nightly (a friend mixed it up for me). I rub it into my hand before bed and contracture has not gone away, but has not gotten worse & I have no pain.

Replied by Harvey K.
(Sarasota, FL)
02/11/2021

Occasionally people call or email me because they have read about using Wan Hua Oil for DC in an article I wrote called Beyond Ben Gay on my website. I've since learned from patients that taking 500 mg. of Bromelain twice a day works very, very well.

For the past five years that is what I've recommended to patients with great success, and this has obviated the need for me to treat them with acupuncture, a significant time savings for me and costs savings to them. That said, I do strongly endorse the protocol of using magnesium oil, iodine as Lugol solution, and DMSO. That will speed up the healing process from the outside as the bromelain works from the inside. I also endorse the Traditional Chinese Medicine perspective that tendons reflect the health of the liver, so do be kind to your liver, and for God's sake, be careful hammering or doing other percussive activities!


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Posted by Bill (Cape Charles, VA) on 04/14/2021
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Several nodules on both hands began to appear last summer and progressed quickly until surgery was recommended.

I went gluten-free in mid-January, and not only has the progression stopped, but it has been reversed. The nodules have become softer and have diminished in size. Flexibility in my fingers has also increased significantly. I have also been using red-light therapy during this time. I'm continuing the diet and red-light therapy and I have started soaking my hands in Epsom salt.

Anyone else seen improvement in symptoms by starting a gluten-free diet?


Iodine, Magnesium and DMSO

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Posted by Beth (MI) on 04/08/2021
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Dupuytrens Contracture:

I started using Jean's mixture (Lugol's iodine, DMSO, magnesium oil) three days ago. Already the lump is reduced, and the cord (tail coming from the lump) has shrunk from about an inch long to about 1/2 inch. This is working!

Replied by cheryl
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04/09/2021

Do you have measurements of the ingredients in Jean's mixture? thanks

Replied by Anat
(Israel)
05/02/2021

Can you please say more? which brands worked for you? Any detail you have would be appreciated

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(Claremore, Ok)
06/06/2021

What type and brand of magnesium oil did you use?


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Posted by Mzbebol (Sydney) on 01/20/2021
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I had surgery on my contracture on my pinkie but had the beginnings of another contracture on my middle finger, it was quite aggressive and the chord was tight. I have been using Magnesium oil spray, then a cotton tip dipped into Lugol's iodine rubbed on, then dropping DMSO and massaging into my hand twice a day and in only 3 weeks the chord on my hand has softened and the pulling is almost gone. I honestly wouldn't have believed it would be as effective in such a short time. My surgeon can't believe it either as he said it would eventually need to be operated on.

Replied by Tony
(Pittsburgh)
01/31/2021
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I have also been using Magnesium oil on hand when I go to bed. Definitely helps.


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Posted by Jean (Kentucky) on 03/11/2017 25 posts
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My husband has Dupuytren's contracture as well. He applies a mixture of iodine, magnesium oil and dmso to his hand twice a day and just rubs it in. The knots are about gone and his hand is flexible. This is after about two weeks of consistent application of the mixture. I believe the iodine is the key. Then the dmso helps drive the iodine further into the skin and the magnesium oil helps keep it moist. It seems like a miracle to him. His doctor has Dupuytren's and had surgery. Now the doctor has a long scar across the palm of his hand. Generally the knots return within a year and apparently consistent surgery would be the remedy. I think a little mixture to soften and prevent it is more sensible, cheaper and keeps it at bay. I'm sure diet helps as well.

Replied by Gary
(Canada)
05/12/2017

I place it in the jacuzzi daily and do 50 hand grips under high pressure nozzle and a hundred and three temperature. It works sometimes hours sometimes a week depends on how much I use it thereafter, but I never slow down.

EC: Hi Gary, can please specify what you place in the jacuzzi. Is it a hand grip strengthener tool?

Replied by David
(Warwickshire, Uk)
08/08/2017

I'm trying this method but struggling with the dosage. I'm using 1ml with 4 drops of Pottasium Iodide and one of DMSO. Do you mind me asking what dosage you are using?

Replied by Mick
(Wicklow, Ireland)
12/03/2017

What quantities of iodine, magnesium and dmso are involved in the mixture. And what is dmso?

Replied by Mary
(Colorado Springs, Co)
01/03/2018

Hi,

Could you tell me how much of each ingredient he mixes together?

Replied by David
(Tx)
03/28/2018

I am having much pain in wrist, elbow, and shoulder. My fingers are swollen and not bending over but I can't make a fist. Doc said it was dupuytren's not carpal tunnel. Could you please tell me what quantities your husband used in his treatment thanks? David

Dee
(Florida)
04/22/2021

Have you tried Vitamin D?

Many people who experience pain are deficient in Vitamin D. This happened to me, when I upped my Vitamin D dose to 4000 iu my pains disappeared. Vit. D3 has to be taken with Vit. K2 or take it with a good Multi Vitamin. Increase D and wait 2-3months to have your Vit. D level checked.

A good D level should be between 40 - 60. My Vit. D test came out to 47. I now add other supplements to my Alive Multi & Vit. D, increased Vit. C, Omega 3, Magnesium, Pro-biotic, B12, Olive Leaf, Milk Thistle and Turmeric with black pepper. And of course a good healthy natural Mediterranean Diet and exercise. I would check out Dr. Richard and Cindy Becker's youtube videos. They also have their TV show on CTN which I record. I am short, thin, and petite so I take 4000iu of Vit. D, a larger or taller person should take more.

Replied by John
(Hampshire, England)
04/30/2018

Sounds good and would like to give it a try, could you let me know what amounts you use of each?

Replied by Andrew
(South Africa)
06/29/2018

I have been using iodine and DMSO for about a month now with no effect, but the magnesium with it may work. I did read that it should be mixed 50/50, but I apply the iodine and then the DMSO.

Replied by Andrew
(South Africa)
10/16/2018

After three months of using Iodine, Magnesium oil and DMSO, I had no improvement.

I have now started using Lugol's Solution ( Iodine 5g/100 ml and Pot Iodide 10g/100ml).

If it works I will post again.

Replied by Carol
(Texas)
10/31/2020

How much of each ingredient do you use?


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Posted by Joseph, L.Ac. (Boulder, Colorado) on 11/16/2019
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My understanding of dupytrons contracture stems from my father having had this condition for many years. He was a drinker and smoker, both to excess, which was instrumental in precipitating and prolonging the condition. What I was told by his doctor was that the tendons became pinched within the synovial sheath, and they performed surgery in order to free their motion.

I am a chinese medical practitioner, and in Chinese medical theory any pathology having to do with the tendons, directly and unambiguously implicates liver health, since the liver rules the tendons...so specifically drinking and smoking adversely effects (among many many things) the liver's function of keeping the tendons moist, strong, supple and smooth. The operations were successful temporarily, but the condition returned when he did not clean up his lifestyle... the skin of the palm was also hardened but it's the hardening of the tendons proper which tightened his hands into a semi-claw position. basically it's a lifestyle choice, either clean-up yr act and minimize the poisons being administered, or lose the function of yr hands...but the place to start therapy is with is the liver....topical applications of herbs, etc are useful, but futile without cleansing and restoring liver health, ie function(s)...acupuncture, herbs, diet, exercise and lifestyle changes will remedy the condition...the liver is the most regenerable organ!


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Posted by Tony (Pittsburgh) on 07/03/2015
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Hi, I have been suffering from a somewhat mild case of Dupuytrins Contracture in my left hand. I was told by a Health food store owner to try Magnesium. I started with the pills but then tried Magnesium Oil and started rubbing it in my hands once a day. Just a small amount. Well now I do not have any symptoms of the tightness and ripping feeling and pain in the morning I use to have every morning when I woke up. I stopped using it for a while and the symptoms came back. Started again and the symptoms went away again. Hey it's worth a shot for anyone. Magnesium oil is cheap. Lots of ways to get Magnesium. Pills, Oil and Epson Salts(Epson Salts are also fantastic in your Gardens).. all super cheap.


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Posted by Gunter (Johannesburg, South Africa ) on 10/31/2012
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I also had a Needle Aponeurotomy with Dr. Badois in Paris, very successful. The cost is a fraction of an operation, the expense of the flight, stay in the hotel and treatment included. Was playing golf 3 weeks after the treatment!

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(Durban)
11/12/2013

Do you know of anyone now in South Africa who does this or can you let us have the contact details for your doctor in Paris? Thanks


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Posted by Fieldinski (New York, Ny) on 07/27/2012
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Worked Temporarily

I've had needle aponeurotomy on my right hand three times. The best practicioner was in Paris, Dr. Badois, who was one of the original team that developed this treatment. But it keeps coming back, and now my left hand is affected. I can't stop thinking there must be a cause (besides inherited‚ and a cure, and I keep experimenting with movements, like brushing off the hands, wiggling the fingers, that seem to relax the tensions somewhat. working with tools seems to be bad for it, and making fists, say for shadow boxing. I do exercises ever day, kind of yoga, and like the ones where you place the hands flat on the floor, which the contracture makes difficult. Very gentle tickling massage of the cords in the palms also seems good. I feel that if I could reach a core understanding of what's going on that produces this disease, I might be able to work on it and solve it. nowhere do I read anything about the inner causes -- why we are doing this to ourselves. Comments?

Replied by Nancy
(Bellevue, Ne)
03/09/2015

Are you, or have you ever taken phenobarbital by chance? I agree with what you said as well, there is not a soul in my family who has this. Dupuytren's Contracture usually strikes men age 55 or older of eastern European decent, and it's supposedly hereditary. However, there are also studies to suggest that long term users of phenobarbital can also get DC. That would be in my case. My surgeon truly believes that this is the cause of mine. I've been taking the drug since 1986 for seizures. I've known others as well. I'm a woman, and I started to get this very gradually in my 30's. I'm 50 now, and the condition is very bad, I just had surgery 2 weeks ago on my right hand. I've had 2 surgeries now and the Xiaflex injections. That causes even more trauma to the hand with the growth of scar tissue.

Replied by Tricia ~intuitive Healer
(Kailua Kona, Hi)
01/08/2018

I love this question. Looking at it from a numerology stand point, the issues of the #3, #4 and #1 are present. "Dupuytens" is 37/10- this is my personal Numerology and since I'm still struggling at age 48 to creatively express (#3) myself and find my truth (#7) this makes total sense to me.

*****For treatment I'm using DMSO and iodine solution but my growth is not going away. It does reduce the pain. I'll continue to work with my numerology and increase iodine solution.

Replied by Joy
(Montana)
01/10/2018

Try adding in the magnesium oil. It seems that some are having good results with it alone...? Just a thought. Hope you figure it out! :)

Replied by Mr P
(Duluth Man.)
09/19/2018

Fatty liver could be a cause. I started getting a contracture on my ringer finger 7 years ago. Just found out I have a non alcohol fatty liver. Low and behold I found out that a fatty liver can cause Dupuytren's contracture.


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Posted by Anthony (Port Elizabeth, South Africa ) on 09/09/2010
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I have recently under gone NA (needle aponeurotomy) procedure to remedy DC on both hands. Very succesful! So pleased that I did not have the surgery recommended by medical experts.

Replied by Ronald
(Holland)
02/02/2016

Does the NA treatment worked well after 5,5 years? Ronald


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Posted by Dillis (Meyerton, Gauteng, South Africa) on 08/25/2010
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I have Dupuytrens in both hands, and was told by my doctor that there is no cure, and that it would get worse and only an operation would cure it. I went on a paleolithic diet, and my Dupuytrens subsided remarkably. When I break the rules, it grows again, but subsides when I go back to the correct eating. Also, massaging cold pressed Apricot oil, or any vitamin e oil into the Dupuytrens helps.

Replied by Ronald
(Holland)
02/02/2016

Dear Dillis,

Did you see any improvement with using cold pressed Apricot oil, oe Vitamine E?

Ronald



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