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Lichen Sclerosus

Discussion in 'Metabolic Disorders' started by janet, Jun 8, 2012.

  1. janet

    janet New Member

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    I've got all the symptoms of this - anyone any ideas how to treat it apart from the steroid cream which the Dr gave me the last time.

    If it's an auto-immune disease I have to say I feel fine but obviously I've read up about this and a bit concerned especially as it can have serious consequences in a few cases.

    I had a thrush problem last week and blamed it on being away for the weekend but now I see it's all connected. I've got blood blisters at the moment too - during the night is the worst when you get hot.

    As a firm homeopathic believer - can homeopathy help with this problem? I'm so fussy these days what I put in my body and try to keep it as "clean" as possible with food and drugs - in fact nothing apart from homeopathic remedies and supplements has been in my body now for 4 years.

    Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. New Age London

    New Age London New Member

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    Try keeping the area acidic by washing with a spirit vinegar solution every time you wee that you can. Also, colloidal silver gel can help.
     
  3. janet

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    I did get some Betnovate cream off the Dr. but I don't use it every night because it contains steroids. I have some Manuka Honey cream too that I got from H & B so I use that - I find that with not being at work at the moment and not sitting down on the area all day on those horrible "wool" kind of fabric on office chairs and also wearing skirts that are not lined - it seems to have improved a bit - I do have good days and bad days but generally it does feel better. I seem to develop lumps/spots in the area though and I do still get what looks like burst blood vessels.

    It's quite a weird problem if I'm honest - and one I'd never heard of before and one I'd never thought I'd get. Until it was diagnosed I'd never heard of it - but curious as to why I got it.

    Where do you get the colloidal silver gel from?
     

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