How many times a day should I use Dusa-Sal DMSO for treating Dupuytrens? I’ve had it for about 5 years and it’s still pretty mild.
Most people use Dusa-Sal DMSO two or three times a day, but it is used in conjunction with other therapies – not just the DMSO by itself. All information and details about the correct use and application of all therapies are included when you order from DCI. You will have all the information you need to know how to use DMSO correctly when you purchase it, or anything else you order.
Dupuytren’s contracture is a progressive hand condition. This means that what you have is not a mild case of Dupuytrens, but a slow case. It will eventually get to be as severe as others are; it will just take longer for you to get to that point. For this reason I advise that even though your hand problem might not be severe or especially limiting to your daily activity right now, you should get busy to try to eliminate it while it is still small and manageable. It would be helpful for you to read information on the PDI website to learn how to assist your recovery. TRH