Erosive Lichen PlanusHi doctors,
I have lichen planus on my legs and also now have it in the vaginal area (erosive)
Have used various steroids, ointments etc prescribed by dermatologist (this has been going on four 3 years) but have made little difference besides the marks fading a little.
i have read the other posts on this forum and i am convinced that i would like to try Sulphur Iodatum to remedy this problem, as the itching is unbearable and causing many problems.
Please advise me as to what potency i should order - 30 c? 6 c? And how long should i take it for?
angela1 on 2008-12-22
Suppressing an illness with steroids and ointments is actually pressing it deeper and deeper into you.
Please quit them.
Sulpur is very good but will only cure in the long run if the totality of the symptoms agree.
Please consult a skilled homeopath to find a remedy for you on the basis of totality of symptoms.
gumby last decadeI dont like the idea of the steroids either, thats why i want to find a homeopathic treatment.
Its definetly Lichen Planus as i have been diagnosed with it. But as for speaking to a homeopath ... how do i contact one? are there any here?
angela1 last decadeAll I can do is get all the information out of you which every homeopath would require.
Please post about yourself in detail.
Your personality, your likes/ dislikes, fears( In detail, in your won words)
do you like consolation?
do you like company?
Are you sympathetic?
are you jealous?
are cold or hot person?
any history which you think might have triggered the problems?
gumby last decade
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