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Lichen Sclerosus Treatment Overview

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Care Plan


When you may need a provider

  • If you think you have lichen sclerosus, you should see a doctor to get diagnosed and treated. If treatment is started early, there is a lower risk of scarring and long-term consequences.
  • To relieve symptoms, use a lubricant in the area to help prevent pain with sexual activity.

Emergency Care

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Go to the ER if you have any of the following symptoms:

  • Unable to urinate
  • Severe pain that interferes with sleep and daily activities

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