It is likely that you’ve never heard of Lichen Planus, until your doctor recently diagnosed it, right?

At Life Force, Dr. Shah has been working on Lichen Planus for last 32 years… We know this disease..

    The Case Of Lichen Planus is 100% treated at Lifeforce Homeopathy.

    What is Lichen Planus - 

    Lichen Planus is the Chronic Autoimmune Non-contagious disease of the skin and mucous membrane which causes inflammation of the skin cells leading to flat purplish skin lesion which is itchy and can cause bleeding after scratching which is caused due to immunological factors, Stress, certain medications, Trauma.
    Homeopathy is very effective in this condition which heals the disease from inside by increasing the immunity of the body.

    Case Study on Lichen Planus


    A 55 years old female Mrs. V.V Pin No 10517 visited LifeForce Homeopathy on 27 March 2008 for the complaint of Lichen Planus since 4 years taken conventional treatment for 2 years and stopped since 2 years because her complaint of Lichen Planus was all cleared and relapsed since 4-5 months on upper as well as lower limbs, Chest, abdomen, and back, with itching and the lesions was bleeding after scratching, The legion was red- purplish and active more on lower limbs.

    After studying the case in detail, Dr. Shah prescribed research-based homeopathic medicines along with some dietary tips to the patient.

    Her First follow-up, taken on 12 May 2008 in which the complaint was 10% better.

    The Second follow up taken on 22 July 2008 in which the L.P was 10% better as the last follow up but few new lesions were coming.

    In the third follow-up taken on 6 Nov 2008, there were new lesions that appeared on Hands.

    On 13 Jan the complaint reduced by 50%

    In the follow-up taken on 8 May 2009, there is 70% better in the complaint, many lesions got healed but few new lesions were still coming.

    In the follow-up taken on 13 Oct 2010 the L.P is 95% covered, patient wants to continue further treatment for reducing the hyperpigmentation of post L.P lesion remained on the ankle.

    In March 2011 there was a 50% increased in the complaint with severe itching and bleeding after scratching

    In between, there was a gape of treatment for 3 months taken by the patient herself and complaints aggravated and for few months the complaint was SQ, on 29 Dec 2011 the complaint reduced to 40% and increased 10% on 29 Mar 2013 with no change till 7 May 2014 and decreased by 50% on 19 Jun 2014.

    The complaint was getting better and coming back in between because the patient was on beta blocker and aspirin as this medicine aggravates the complaint of L.P

    On 9 April 2018, the complaint was 75% better and continuously getting better.

    On 07 May 2019, The complaint was 100% better and only the hyperpigmented marks remained which too were fading day by day The recent follow up taken on 12 Nov 2020 She was completely better and free from Lichen Planus. Dr. Shah Sir asked her to stop the treatment.

    The patient thanked Dr. Shah and the whole Life Force team for treating her and improving her health. She has successfully stopped the treatment and doing well.
     
    Conclusion:
    This case illustrates that homeopathy is highly effective in treating rapidly spreading chronic lichen planus incredibly and safely without any side-effects.


    Case Study Written by Dr. Akanksha Kharote, Associate doctor to Dr. Rajesh Shah.
     

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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. 

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