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I Have A Terrible Case Of Granuloma Annulare On My Arms How Do You Treat It
Granuloma annulare or ga is a chronic inflammatory condition of the skin that shows up as raised reddish bumps that often form rings. It is usually seen on hands, elbows, knees, but can be almost anywhere on the body. It can be treated with topical or injected steroids as well as a ...Read more
Yes: Yes, it is possible to have this distribution for Granuloma Annulare. You may benefit from a topical antifungal medication. Were you given this diagnosis by a physician? Were you then prescribed a medication? Do keep your followup visit & use your meds as directed. Hope that helps. ...Read more
Steroids etc.: Granuloma annulare is a condition where granulomas (little lumps of immune reactive tissue) form in the skin. Treatment is usually with steroid injections into the granulomas, but other therapies include ultraviolet light therapy, creams, and oral medications. Speak to your doctor because choice of treatment depends on what your condition looks like. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Benign skin rash: Granuloma annulare (ga for short) is a relatively common inflammatory disease that occurs in all age groups. Ga is characterized clinically by raised skin colored to red bumps arranged in a ring like pattern usually on hands and feet. The precise cause of ga is unknown. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible to have plastic surgeon remove granuloma annulare? I have 12, they are coming off, one way or another.
No Surgery for GA: Granuloma annulare (ga) is a reaction pattern in the skin--- what the skin is "reacting" to is generally never known. These areas are, in most all cases, temporary and will resolve in 6mos to 2 years. Surgery is not a good option--- the ga may recur around the surgical site, and you will be left with a permanent scar for a condition that will, eventually go away. ...Read more
My daughter was just diagnosed with granuloma annulare. She was prescribed a topical cream. Is this something she'll have the rest of her life?
No crystal ball.: It's difficult to predict what will happen with ga; a lot depends on what is causing it, and often the cause is not clear at all. The localized form has a tendency to resolve spontaneously. The generalized form tends to be more persistent. Your daughter should be checked periodically for diabetes, as ga is sometimes a harbinger of the type i form. ...Read more
Granuloma annulare, have it for 5yrs, none have ever went away. Now have 13. I also have anxiety disorder and OCD and this drives me crazy. Help.
Please see: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. There are many treatments for this disorder. ...Read more
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