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Can peripheral neuropathy cause pain in women's genitalia?Women's Health | Last Active: Nov 28, 2022 | Replies (8)
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You may take a look at Lichen Sclerosis. I am not a doctor or a nurse. It is a skin condition of the female and also male genital area. It is not contagious. It is an autoimmune condition and is fairly common especially in women. I believe that most people have not heard of this. I recently was diagnosed and am looking for the most homeopathic and healthy food alternatives to correct it. The only treatment I have seen is a steroid cream that can help with symptoms but is not a cure. If you are diabetic the steroid cream can make your blood sugar spike high. This is not an option for me.
There is a fragmented laser treatment available that has not yet been approved by the food and drug agency so it is not covered under any type of insurance. It appears they have had really good results.
This condition needs to be talked about and researched way more than it has been. I believe many people could have this condition and not be aware of it. I wish you well.❤️