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What is Lichen Planus ?

Typical skin and mucosal condition. Mild to severe swelling irritation in the skin, hair, nails and mucous membranes. Lichen planus-affected skin develops purple flat bumps with moderate to severe itching. Normally it takes several weeks to develop these symptoms. Women are more susceptible to lichen planus

  • Non-contagious skin problem
  • An autoimmune disorder.
  • body’s ability to produce melanin pigment reduces
  • resulting in skin discoloration
  • typical white liaisons and patches on the skin.
  • Can occur in any part of the body

There are Six types of Lichen Planus:

  • 1) Cutaneous lichen planus
  • 2) Mucosal lichen planus
  • 3) Lichen planopilaris
  • 4) Lichen planus of the nails
  • 5) Lichen planus pigmentosus
  • 6) Lichenoid drug eruption

Non-Segmental Leucoderma – It begins with a short-lived burst of discoloration, but non-segmental Leucoderma affects both sides of the body and expands with new cycles of pigment loss over the course of life.

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The most common symptoms are shiny red or purple bumps. · Mouth: Lichen planus inside your mouth looks like lacy patches of tiny white dots.

Factors contribute to Lichen Planus

  • Gene makeup, Excess emotional and physical stress, Damage to the skin, skin injury due to surgeries, etc. Some kinds of allergies, a Side effect of some medicines, Herpes, and hepatitis may act as predisposing factors, Usage of chemical-loaded soaps and shampoos, Taking too many oily and spicy foods, Some kind of food allergies, Sedentary lifestyle, Vitamin D deficiency.


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