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After using clobetasol for vaginal lichen sclerosus, my skin in deep red-purple?

Posted 23 Sep 2009 4 answers

Does this happen to anyone else? I'm also nursing and am worried that the drug might be too strong for me, and therefore my baby, due to the reaction I'm seeing. The white skin (the first symptom I noticed that led me to go to the Dr.) is now turning an ashen gray. I've called my ...

Has anyone been on Lexapro and Prednisone at the same time? I had a high ANA titer and they?

Posted 16 Jan 2016 4 answers

Started me on the Prednisone as a precaution pretty high dose. I have been on it before for two years but not with Lexapro. Please help!!!

Lichen Sclerosus - Is there any non-prescription medication that is safe to use on Lichen Sclerosis?

Posted 6 Nov 2018 2 answers

... in the vaginal area? I had this condition 2yrs. ago and my dermatologist said it could pop up again or may not. She is no longer practicing and I no longer have Clobetasol. I would like to know if there is anything else that I could try before going to the expense of a Dr. Visit and also a ...

Can clobetasol cause boils/abscesses such as carbuncle on the inner labia?

Posted 23 Sep 2014 1 answer

I have developed what I believe to be possibly an infected hair follicle or blocked sweat gland on my inner labia. I had it before, but never quite this bad. I am wondering if overuse and/or improper use of clobetasol could possibly cause this type of problem?

Lichen sclerosis and waxing?

Posted 25 Aug 2016 1 answer

I've had Brazilian waxing done in the past and had no issues. I am 29 and have just been diagnosed with lichen sclerosis. My doctor says that I do not have any visual symptoms of the condition but is diagnosing me based on these fact: I am extremely itchy on my vulva and labia and I made an ...

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