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Itchy Skin And Multiple Sclerosis
I received a steriod cream but when first applied my clitoris itched bad. I think i may have lichens sclerosis? Itchy skin, tearing, red/inflamed vag.
See a dermatologist: When you go, bring everything you have used. ...Read more
Is it true that one sym of multiple sclerosis is an itchy neck? How would you describe this itch? Like a rash?
Lhermitte's: What you are asking about involves inflammation affecting the cervical spinal cord, and the event is not a rash or an itchy sensation per se, but rather a tingling or even an electrical shocklike sensation shooting down the upper back or chest. Could be associated with ms, but also, a sign of other problems in the neck. ...Read more
Is there something natural available to relieve and preferably cure lichen sclerosis? I'm not interested in allopathic drugs.
I'm hoping for something natural to ease the discomfort when my skin tears or gets itchy sours and my dream come true would be so
Unfortunately, : Unfortunately, I am not aware of any natural remedies for lichen sclerosis. Also lichen sclerosis is a diagnosis that needs to be made by a health care professional by doing a biopsy of the area. It is important to make sure that there aren't other potential causes such as vaginal cancer although it is quite uncommon. Lichen sclerosis can be treated with a topical corticosteroid but one that has a stronger potency that the corticosteroids found over the counter at the pharmacy. After treatment for 4-6 weeks you will only need to apply it to the area 1-2 times weekly to maintain the improvement. Vaginal estrogen can help the symptoms too. It is possible that natural remedies such phytoestrogen supplements used for menopause may be helpful but i don't think that has been studied. Clobestasol is the name of the corticosteroid that can be used to treat lichen sclerosis. If you find something natural that works please do post on the bulletin board. ...Read more
For manu months I have had a small patch of itchy skin my leg. It never gets worse but never goes away or spread s?
Eczema: Could be a condition called eczema. If it bleeds after you scratch it could be psoriasis especially if you notice white scaly skin. Try over the counter cortisone cream to see it helps. If not, you might need to sees dermatologist to get the correct diagnosis and proper treatment setup. ...Read more
Random itchy skin all over. No change in diet. Think it is a product i'm using. Maybe soap/shampoo.
Maybe: Stop use and should see an improvement. If not that product then symptoms may persist. ...Read more
I experienced itchy skin in my arm ,round shape, rough surface,pinkish color but not too much I'm afraid its getting spread. Treatment??
Can't tell: You need to to be seen for treatment, at least through a virtual consult on HealthTap if you would, otherwise your doctor or a dermatologist, if you have access to one, can help with treatment, best wishes ...Read more
I have itchy skin all over my body after i take a warm shower/ weather changes. I'm taking clartin every other day for months. What should I do?
Try moisturizing: Antihistamines typically don't help widespread itching unless you have been exposed to something to which you are allergic. Dry skin is notorious for causing itching, and can be exacerbated by hot showers or changes in weather. Try taking cooler showers and afterward liberally applying moisturizer while your skin is still damp. See a dermatologist or allergist if your symptoms persist. ...Read more
My father has been suffering from itchy skin.It reaches already below his navel.I'm scared & crazy thinking of the cause. We used all meds & creams.
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