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Dec 24, 2018 · Erosive oral lichen planus in Autoimmune Diseases

Yeah I was concerned about the steroid cream at first. But, I only used it on the visible sores. They have diminished enough to where I do not need the cream on a regular basis. There is a lot of truth to not having sugar. My mouth had healed up so much that I treated myself with all the things I haven't been able to eat for a long time. Which included lots of "naughty" sweets! I LOVE sugary foods. Well, I have been paying the price for that. I have had a flare up. I went back on my mouth rinse and am starting to feel better. Won't do that again!

Dec 23, 2018 · Erosive oral lichen planus in Autoimmune Diseases

Hi new to the group. Diagnosed with erosive lichen planus in June 2018 after dealing with it for nealy 10 years. No dentist or doctor could figure out what this was. In June I found a new dentist, she diagnosed it, gave me a ton of info, suggested as much organic food as possible, little to no sugar, and check my vitamins. She gave me a steroid script for the lesions and an incredible mouth rinse containing lidocaine for the rest of the mouth pain. I found a company that sells a vitamin b mixture that has healed my mouth by 85% since June. Based on the previous comments, I need to check my vitamin d levels as well.