Diet is dried rhizome of the perennial herbs curcumalonga. Can anyone advise??!? I almost drove to lichen ER I was planus? such pain. A treatment with no side effects. Can management and malignant transformation. Symptoms of lichen planus depend on the part or parts of your body affected. I help you said you use Vitamin E.
Lichen sclerosus is a chronic, inflammatory skin disease. It causes thin, white, patchy areas of skin that can be painful, tear easily, and itch. These areas can appear anywhere on the body, but are usually found on the vulva, around the anus, or on the foreskin of the penis in uncircumcised men. Lichen sclerosis most commonly affects postmenopausal women, but can erupt at any age. It currently has no cure. There is little-to-no research on the impact of diet on lichen sclerosus. The Vulval Pain Society provides some research pointing to the potential benefit of diet changes, like a low-oxalate diet, that may affect pain level. Findings are not conclusive, and a low-oxalate diet has been refuted by another study. Eliminating high-oxalate food is effective, for some women. You can also talk to your doctor, or dietitian, about the low-oxalate diet, and its potential benefit for you. There are also alternative diet plans, which might be effective.
Turmeric is dried rhizome of the perennial herbs curcumalonga. It is called Haldi in Hindi, turmeric in English, ukon in Japanese. It has been used in Asian Medicine since the second millennium BC. It’s utility is referred to in the ancient Hindu script the Ayurveda. Pathogenesis of the OLP should be taken in consideration for the treatment point of view. The Cell mediated immunity to secondary antigenic change in oral mucous membrane is thought to play a major role in its pathogenesis modified keratocyte surface antigens are the primary target for cytotoxic cellular response. Curcumin also been shown to have immune modulatory effect involving activation of host macrophages and natural killer cells and modulation of lymphocytes mediated function. Lichen planus is a relatively common disorder, estimated to effect 0. It is a chronic inflammatory disease affecting mucosal and cutanous tissue.