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Grover's Disease: What works to help find relief?

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@mroreo126

I would get a biopsy. I have a rare skin disorder called Lymphomatoid Papulosis- which usually appear on my abdomen, stomach, back. I also had many red bumps under my breasts and assumed it was the same. When I saw Derm- she said oh no- that's Grovers Disease. So I said – PLEASE do a biopsy and she did and sure enough I have 2 rare skin disorders. Sweating definitely brings out both of them. Tight clothing, stress, I have to wear cotton shirts- this is for the Lymphomatoid Papulosis. I haven't figured out the triggers yet for the Grovers. Right now, Grovers in remission. Facebook has a Grover's Disease support page – you should join it. Kathy

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I should definitely join the support group for Grovers. I continue to be plagued with red rashes and itchy lesions that erupt spontaneously despite using various steroid creams. It is a mystery what triggers them but suspect certain fabrics and allergies probably to my cats and cleaning products. Still not convinced that fleas or dust mites are not to blame.
Thanks to all of you for sharing your experiences.

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