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Lichen Planus Symptoms

 
Lichen Planus symptoms may present in different ways depending on the area affected and its variant.
Lichen planus areas affected

 

 

  • Lichen Planus symptoms may appear on skin, nails, mouth, scalp, or genitals in one or more of the following ways. 
  • Round, irregular, thickened, flat-topped, dark skin lesions
  • Pink, gray, brown, or reddish eruptions, raised above skin level, with roughness and mild scaling in some cases.
  • Slow, gradual onset
  • A rough, oily look of lesions
  • Intense itching or no itching
  • New lesions of Lichen planus come up in areas where the skin is scratched or injured. This is called Koebner’s phenomenon
  • Bleeding may be present on scratching
  • Oral Lichen planus presents as white streaks on the mucosa of the mouth, tongue, and gums. There may be ulcers in the oral mucosa, any part of the mouth. The ulceration can be mild or extensive.
  • Genital Lichen planus shows white streaks or ulcers on the vulva, vagina, prepuce, or shaft of the penis. (Photo of male genital will open in a new window.) Genital Lichen planus in both sexes can be painful.
  • Lichen Planus of nails may present with ridged, deformed nails
  • Burning in the mouth while eating spicy food
  • Lichen planus on the scalp may appear as Lichen planus or Lichen Planopilaris, which may lead to scarring and hence loss of hair on the affected parts. Once the scat tissues are there, the growth of the hair is not likely on those spots,

 

 

 

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A 46-year-old male patient from the USA, Dr. R. P. (PIN: 26560) observed the development of a few skin eruptions, which were itchy and spreading. He visited a skin specialist; the biopsy of the same confirmed that he had Lichen planus. The skin specialist prescribed him a topical steroid.

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A 48-year-old male patient, Mr. A.K. (PIN: 41650) visited Life Force and started homeopathic treatment for his complaint of her lichen planus in November 2019. 

He was suffering from a skin condition for 6 months. The lesions of lichen planus were present on his hands, legs, and sh.....Read more

Lichen planus (LP) is an idiopathic, cell-mediated immune disorder. It is a chronic systemic disease that commonly involves oral mucosa and skin lesions.  The clinical manifestations of LP have been described as the 6 Ps of Lichen planus, (Pruritic, purple, polygonal, planar, papules, and pl.....Read more

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