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Using clob/estrogen for lichen sclerosis -2 years constant fare ups- since menopause. Tried protopic. New dr. Started e&t and singular. Any feedback?
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Dr. Miguel Cano
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Clobetasol 0.05%
If it's biopsy proven lichen sclerosis, clobetasol seems to be the best treatment.
Estrogen is only used for atrophy (thin dry mucosal surfaces from low estrogen). Usually ls is a long term condition but if all else has failed, use the Protopic with careful follow-up with your doc. Testosterone rarely helps long term. Good luck with singular, i've not tried this for ls, interesting idea.

In brief: Clobetasol 0.05%
If it's biopsy proven lichen sclerosis, clobetasol seems to be the best treatment.
Estrogen is only used for atrophy (thin dry mucosal surfaces from low estrogen). Usually ls is a long term condition but if all else has failed, use the Protopic with careful follow-up with your doc. Testosterone rarely helps long term. Good luck with singular, i've not tried this for ls, interesting idea.
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