On 17th of April 2020
in France, a French dermatologist treating a woman for facial nodules following Ellansé
injection, declared getting Granuloma
resorbed after Methotrexate
This recent discovery has not been explained by any study yet. But we do know that Methotrexate inhibits folic acid secretion, involved in DNA secretion. This effect had mad Methotrexate an option for cancer therapy.
Granulomas following Ellansé injections would best be described by forum veteran members as our own tissue excess.
As our own tissue are produced from our own DNA, inhibiting folic acid and thus inhibiting DNA seems perfectly logic.
From my personal point of view I consider Methotrexate effect on Ellansé similar to what we could get on PMME
. Both are collagene stimulators and in both cases nodules are formed the same way. No matter if you considere Ellansé a semi permanent option, the principle is the same.
I also see in this molecule a possible preventive treatment
on PMME / Ellansé Round 2 and subsequent
Inexperienced public could see as a side effect the possible vanishing of obtained gains. But a "CTRL + Z" button for Ellansé and PMME is what generation of Phallo Board members have been looking for.
This discovery needs more investigation. Any research, experience, feedback or comment on this subject will be greatly appreciated. Source : pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32276735/?from_term=Ellanse&from_pos=4 pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20049736/