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Doctor insights on: Treatments For Lichen Nitidus

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What is the longest time lichen nitidus could last?

So i assume you: were diagnosed by a physician with lichen nitidus. If so they should have told you that it is a benign condition and can last a short or long time. The longest I have ever seen is 2 years. but could be longer. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for lichen planus?

Lichen planus: Topical steroid creams that, for example, are under wrapping or taped at bedtime may also be useful when possible. For localized, itchy, thick lesions, injections of corticosteroids may be given. Antihistamines may blunt the itch, particularly if it is only moderate. Oral immunosuppressants are also used in more severe cases. ...Read more

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What is the treatment of a lichen pigmentosa ?

What is the treatment of a lichen pigmentosa ?

See derm: This is treated with topical steroids, topical protopic, topical elidel, (pimecrolimus) bleaching cream, sunscreens and other drugs depending on response. You will have to see dermatologist to discuss options. ...Read more

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I want to know the best treatment for lichen planus.

I want to know the best treatment for lichen planus.

Not immediate: Treatment for lichen planus varies with the individual. There are generally triggers that set off some of the signs and symptoms. Why does it happen? It attacks numerous spots on the body. If you are looking for a good source of information, research Baylor University. They have a clinic treating lichen planus. The have a online support group for info and help. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for lichen eczema disease of the skin?

Topical steroids: Lichen planus and eczema are two different conditions. However, both can be treated with topical or systemic steroids. A dermatologist should be able to help you chose the best treatment option. ...Read more

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Can you tell me about treatment that helps with lichen planus?

Lichen planes: Treatments for lichen planus include topical and oral corticosteroids. See a dermatologist for diagnosis and other treatment options. ...Read more

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