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Which cases of Lichen Planus are easy to treat and which are difficult?

Lichen planus on backLichen Planus is a chronic disease affecting skin, nails, scalp, mouth and or genitals. This disease is not infectious or contagious by nature.  The causes of developing Lichen Planus are not fully comprehended. . But it is seen that Lichen Planus can affect the individuals with low or deranged immunological system.

Lichen planus can affect different parts of the body like skin, nails, mouth, scalp and genitals; in any combination, depending on the individual’s genetic patter.

Lichen Planus is an obstinate disease. The conventional way of treatment offers combination of medicines mostly the steroids along with local applications. Still, the chances of patients getting completely cured by using conventional medicines are not very high.

Dr Rajesh Shah, MD, Life Force, has so far treated and documented over 3500 cases of Lichen Planus from across the globe, patients of all nationalities and genetic dispositions.

Dr Rajesh Shah, with his vast experience of treating patients of  the Lichen Planus, has come to a conclusion that there are easy to treat cases of Lichen Planus and difficult to treat cases of Lichen Planus like,

  • When Lichen Planus affects only skin then it is easier to treat.
  • Lichen Planus of skin combined with Oral Lichen Planus makes the case difficult to treat.
  • Lichen Planus of nails and mouth are more difficult to treat than Lichen Planus of skin.
  • Lichen Planus of skin along with genital Lichen Planus falls under a difficult to treat category.
  • If the patient has been treated for a long time by using cortisone then it becomes difficult to treat.
  • If the patient has used topical cortisone for local application for a long time then also it becomes difficult to treat.
  • In oral Lichen Planus if the patient has used cortisone containing mouth wash for a long time then it makes the case difficult to treat by homeopathic medicine.
  • Lichen planus affecting only the skin or mouth or genital or nail is relatively easy to treat as compared to when it is on more than one body parts, that is skin and mouth, or skin and genitals or mouth and genitals, etc.
  • In general, the cases of recent origin are easier to treat than those, which are long-standing.
  • Less extensive Lichen planus affecting smaller boy areas is easier treated as compared to those, which are extensive.
  • Those patients who have family history of severe auto-immune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, etc. are relatively more difficult to treat as compared to their counterpart without such family history.
  • Patients having associated diseases such as psoriasis, diabetes, cancer, hepatitis c, multiple sclerosis, etc. are more difficult to treat.
  • Testimonials
T. S. PATIL (India) 
I have got a very good experience. The Doctor cured my skin very nicely. I am glad to see my leg like it was before. It is very good and cured nicely. So, thank you Life Force and Dr. Shah.

Lichen Planus Before After Treatment Photos of Patients at Life Force:

Lichen planus before after treatment

Lichen Planus is a chronic disease affecting skin, nails, scalp, mouth and or genitals. This disease is not infectious or contagious by nature.  The causes of developing Lichen Planus are not fully comprehended. . But it is seen that Lichen Planus can affect the individuals with low or deranged immunological system. Lichen planus can affect different parts of the body like skin, nails, mouth, scalp and genitals; in any combination, depending on the individual’s genetic patter. Lichen Planus is an obstinate disease. The conventional way of treatment offers combination of medicines mostly the steroids along with local applications. Still, the…

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  1. Hello my name is Guadalupe, I I’ve had vitiligo for over 35 years, but that’s not my problem, 3 days ago I was diagnosed with lichen planus and as expected the doctor told me there was no cure for my disease, I just read your information and I’m very interested to try treatment, please send me information, treatment costs please.
    The first time I realized I had lichen planus was in November 20015 but the doctor diagnosed me 3 months later, I feel like I’ve lost a lot of time and would like to start as soon as possible

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