Is Lichen Sclerosus Linked To Lichen Planus?

Lichen sclerosus and lichen planus are two skin conditions that often occur together. This is because they share the same risk factors such as genetics, smoking, and medications for autoimmune disorders. If you have one of these conditions, you may be at a higher risk of developing the other condition- this is why it is important to monitor your condition and pay attention to any new symptoms.

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Yes, Homeopathy can cure Lichen Planus & Lichen Sclerosus permanently.

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 Is Lichen Sclerosus Linked To Lichen Planus?

 

What is Lichen Sclerosus?

Lichen Sclerosus, also known as LS or sometimes shortened to “LS” is a chronic inflammatory disease that causes the overproduction of cells that form into white lines on your skin. It can appear anywhere on your body, but it most commonly appears in areas where there are lots of friction- such as the armpits, between the genitals, and on the fingers. It is not contagious but it can be an inherited condition within a family

In some cases, if you have lichen Sclerosus you may also get lichen planus. Lichen planus is a condition that affects your skin by causing inflammation and irritation of the skin cells leading to the formation of lesions that appear as raised, flat, or small bumps. These lesions can be red, purple/bluish in colour, and they are thought to be due to the immune system attacking healthy cells. You can get this condition on any part of your skin anywhere on your body- although it is most commonly found around your mouth and genitals.

What is Lichen Planus?

Lichen planus is a common skin condition that is present in certain areas of the body. The location on the body where lichen planus appears depends on two factors: where the person has been exposed to an allergen and if they have a genetic predisposition to the condition. Lichen planus may appear as white, pink, red or purple patches on one or more locations on the body. Patches of lichen planus are not contagious and do not cause any pain unless scratched. The symptoms of lichen planus are similar across men, women, and children. It is also not life-threatening or contagious. However, there are several conditions with similar symptoms that can cause problems if they go untreated; these include genital herpes (HSV), syphilis (Treponema pallidum), and squamous cell carcinoma

Symptoms of Lichen Sclerosus and Lichen Planus:

Although each condition has different symptoms, the most common similarity they share is itchiness. LS causes itchy skin lesions which can lead to scratching and in some cases bleeding. If you have lichen planus , you will most likely be symptomatic. These symptoms include:

– Lesions made up of small bumps, pustules, and flat lesions. They can be white, grayish/yellowish in color

– Itching for prolonged periods of time

– Burning sensation

Warning Signs To Watch Out For in Lichen

If you have been diagnosed with one condition or you have a history of these conditions in your family, then you should be monitored closely for any new symptoms you may have. It is especially important to watch out for a possible change in symptoms if they are appearing on any rashes on the genitals or armpits. Also, always monitor your symptoms if you plan on starting a new medication or increase your dosage of an existing one.

What To Do If You Have Lichen Sclerosus or Lichen Planus

If you have been diagnosed with one or both of these conditions then it is important that you don’t smoke. Smokers have a higher risk of developing LS and therefore, stopping smoking can help prevent it from appearing on any other body parts. If you have been diagnosed with LS and you have a history of lung problems, then it is important that you take the necessary steps to quit smoking in order to prevent any worsening or onset of respiratory complications.

If you have been diagnosed with lichen planus, then it is also crucial for you to stop smoking because this can worsen your condition by increasing your risk of skin inflammation, lesions, and lesions that are harder to treat.

If you have been diagnosed with either condition then there a few things you can do at home that will help ease the symptoms:

– Use moisturizers regularly on your skin to reduce any itching or discomfort from dryness

– Use mild soaps when washing with warm water, and avoid hot showers for a prolonged period of time.

– Make sure you take any medications as prescribed by your doctor to help alleviate the symptoms as well as prevent worsening or new symptoms from occurring

Is Lichen Sclerosus Linked To Lichen Planus?

No, they are not linked but Lichen sclerosus and lichen planus often occur together. This is because they share the same risk factors such as genetics, smoking, and medications for autoimmune disorders. If you have one of these conditions, you may be at a higher risk of developing the other condition- this is why it is important to monitor your condition and pay attention to any new symptoms.

Call +91 8080 850 950 to book an appointment or to consult and order online. Consult our specialists today for a detailed evaluation and to start your customised Homeopathy medicines for Lichen Planus & Lichen Sclerosus.

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