Gelmicin And Lichen Sclerosis

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katsina Says:


I just want to let anyone with lichen sclerosis (in vag area) that gelmicin works for controlling itching and small boils that sometime we get under our belly. I already made numerous trips to my dr. and nobody seems to have hear about lichen sclerosis of the vag area. Tried EVERYTHING else and nothing worked until I tried Gelmicin. Dr's said they never heard of Gelmicin! I can sometimes get it in Mexico or thru Amazon. WORTH IT!!!



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Marilyn Says:

I have had lichen for ten years. Gelmicin ,is helping a lot. I urge you to try it. It is better than clobetsol

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VerFree Says:

They may not have heard of it, because Lichen Sclerosis is a very rare condition that is not seen often, though it occurs most commonly in post menopausal women. The National Organization for Rare Disorders has some great information available about it. If your doctor isn't familiar, you may want to refer them to that site.

Gelmicin is not usually available in the U.S., but it contains Betamethasone, which is a steroid class medication, so it is very similar to Clobetasol. Side effects related to its topical use usually include redness, irritation, and skin flaking.

Has anyone else tried it?

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Lisa Says:
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Yes!!! I have and it works fast and is comfortable.

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Jmarie Says:
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Havent tried it yet. Just bought some in mexico. Diagnosed with vuvalr lichen sclerosa 3 months ago. Hope its safe to use

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