Livedo Reticularis

Posted by 12344 @12344, Fri, May 3 12:23pm

I have this condition, it’s on my arms and legs and very rarely goes away. Is it a problem? Is there a way to get rid of it?

Hi @12344 and welcome to Connect. That must be so frustrating to have this skin condition rarely go away.

I wanted to share this article on livedo reticularis: https://www.mayoclinic.org/livedo-reticularis/expert-answers/faq-20057864

I also wanted to tag fellow Connect member @canderson12 as they have mentioned livedo reticularis in the past and may be able to share their experience.

Back to you, how are you currently treating it?

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@ethanmcconkey

Hi @12344 and welcome to Connect. That must be so frustrating to have this skin condition rarely go away.

I wanted to share this article on livedo reticularis: https://www.mayoclinic.org/livedo-reticularis/expert-answers/faq-20057864

I also wanted to tag fellow Connect member @canderson12 as they have mentioned livedo reticularis in the past and may be able to share their experience.

Back to you, how are you currently treating it?

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Indeed it’s very frustrating. I looked up how to treat it, it said to use warmth. So I’ve tried to stay warm as often as possible, although sometimes it stays there even if I’m in a place at room temperature.

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@12344

Indeed it’s very frustrating. I looked up how to treat it, it said to use warmth. So I’ve tried to stay warm as often as possible, although sometimes it stays there even if I’m in a place at room temperature.

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The description on the link you gave me matches the description exactly, except for me it’s on both arms and legs.

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