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    douroskincare

    What You Should Know About The Lichen Sclerosus Cure?

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    Dude, it's better to go to a doctor on this subject who can give you detailed and professional advice and tell you.
    Experts don't sit on forums.

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    falconsleepcenter

    Lichen sclerosus (LS) is a complex and often debilitating skin condition that results in the progressive loss of skin tissue, usually over areas of the body where there are folds or wrinkles. The patches are usually located on the chest, back, and/or abdomen. The condition is most common in people over 50, but it can also affect younger people. Lichen sclerosus is caused by the overgrowth of a type of fungus called dermatophyte.


    There is no cure for LS, but there are treatments that can help ease symptoms. Lichen sclerosus can be a serious medical condition, and sometimes requires expensive treatment options. It can be a frustrating condition to deal with, but with proper care and treatment, it can be manageable. Read more here https://douroskincare.com/what-you-s...clerosus-cure/

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    Quote Originally Posted by douroskincare View Post
    What You Should Know About The Lichen Sclerosus Cure?
    Lichen sclerosus (LS) is a complex and often debilitating skin condition that results in the progressive loss of skin tissue, usually over areas of the body where there are folds or wrinkles. The patches are usually located on the chest, back, and/or abdomen. The condition is most common in people over 50, but it can also affect younger people. Lichen sclerosus is caused by the overgrowth of a type of fungus called dermatophyte.


    There is no cure for LS, but there are treatments that can help ease symptoms. Lichen sclerosus can be a serious medical condition, and sometimes requires expensive treatment options. It can be a frustrating condition to deal with, but with proper care and treatment, it can be manageable. Read more here https://douroskincare.com/what-you-s...clerosus-cure/

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