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Mon, Mar 4 8:11am · Grover's disease in Skin Health

Light therapy definitely helped me. But it takes a long time. During my worst outbreak I went 3 time a week and for a 5 minute duration front and back each.

Sun, Feb 3 2:28pm · Grover's disease in Skin Health

Welcome to the GD world. Do you have medications? Also, Sarna over the counter may reduce the itching.

Sun, Feb 3 2:26pm · Grover's disease in Skin Health

I would get a second Dermo opinion.

Sat, Feb 2 9:06am · Grover's disease in Skin Health

I have Grovers for 5 years . What you described does not sound like GD to me. GD is an autoimmune problem .

Tue, Jan 22 9:14am · Grover's disease in Skin Health

Have you tried light therapy? It helped me in a big way.

Sat, Jan 19 9:04am · Grover's disease in Skin Health

Light therapy significantly helped me. But its not for everyone, but try it.

Jun 30, 2017 · Grover's disease in Skin Health

My Grovers was very itchy for about 2 years then it subsided. Now I’m mildly itchy. Ask your doctor about light therapy. For me after a couple of months of 3 times a week treatment it helped significantly.

Jun 22, 2017 · Grover's disease in Skin Health

I am in my 4th year with Grovers. With me, it got worse as I also had skin bleeds easily ( treat spots wit hydrogen peroxide and wash garment/sheets).
I am a lot better now but still itch. But most of the skin bumps are gone. My treatment was/ Triamcinolone cream and Sarna anti itch lotion. But what also helped greatly was and is Light therapy in the Dermatologists office . A full box treatment(long light bulbs).
at 3 days a week maxing at 4 minutes per front and back each. Now I’m once a week at two minutes. But I skip a lot. Its a slow treatment. I still use the cream and Sarna as needed.
Good luck.