Lichen Planus Causes

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3 hours ago Also known as: LPMedically reviewed byDr. Aakash GuptaMBBS, MD, FRGUHS DermatologyView full profile onLinkedIn

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  • Exact cause of oral lichen planus is not known. It is believed to be due to an autoimmune reaction.
  • The risk factors include:
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • Sustaining an injury to the mouth
  • Oral infection
  • Certain medications
  • Allergic response to materials such as dental filling

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Just Now What causes most cases of lichen planus remains unclear. One theory is that lichen planus is an autoimmune disease. This means the person’s immune system reacts as though the skin …

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6 hours ago Lichen planus is a condition that causes skin inflammation. The resulting rash can affect the skin on your arms, legs, scalp, nails, genital area and the inside of your mouth. For most people, it …

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7 hours ago May 09, 2022 · Lichen planus is a common skin rash that's not contagious. See pictures of this rash and learn the causes, symptoms, risk factors, and when to talk to a doctor.

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3 hours ago Lichen planus is an inflammatory disease that most commonly affects the skin and mouth, but can also affect the esophagus, genitals, nails, and scalp. When it affects the skin, it usually …

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4 hours ago Dec 06, 2019 · Oral lichen planus may appear as white, lacy patches; red, swollen tissues; or open sores. These lesions may cause burning, pain or other discomfort. Oral lichen planus

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2 hours ago Lichen planus affects approximately 1% of the population worldwide, mostly affecting adults aged between 30 to 60 years. It has no strong racial predilection. Approximately 10% of those …

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3 hours ago Mar 09, 2021 · Learn about the causes, symptoms and treatment of this skin condition that causes swelling and irritation in the skin, hair, nails, mouth and vagina. Your doctor makes …

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8 hours ago 3. Stress Leads to Lichen Planus. In our in-depth studies, we have observed that certain intense and prolonged emotional stress such as anxiety, shock, traumatic childhood, sadness; …

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2 hours ago Jul 06, 2017 · Lichen planus is an itchy skin rash that is caused by an immune response. It can occur anywhere on your skin. In cases of oral lichen planus, the mucous membranes inside …

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6 hours ago Sep 13, 2022 · Lichen planus is a common inflammatory skin disease that causes swelling and irritation on skin, nails, hair, and mouth. It is a cell-mediated immune reaction of unknown …

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3 hours ago May 27, 2022 · Lichen planus is a chronic rash characterized by scaly skin plaques. Learn about lichen planus causes, symptoms (oral, vaginal rash), types (hypertrophic, erosive), facts …

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1 hours ago Oral Lichen Planus. Oral lichen planus is a chronic inflammatory condition that affects the mucous membranes inside your mouth. Symptoms include white patches or lacy threads on …

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2 hours ago Oral lichen planus is a chronic disease that causes painful patches inside the mouth. WebMD explains other symptoms, causes, and treatment.

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8 hours ago Dec 20, 2017 · Lichen planus is an inflammatory skin condition, characterized by an itchy, non-infectious rash on the arms and legs. It consists of small, many-sided, flat-topped, pink or …

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6 hours ago Lichen planus is an inflammatory autoimmune skin condition that can affect your mouth, genital regions, nails, scalp, and other areas. It can cause thin, white, and shiny skin, blisters, …

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Just Now Aug 31, 2022 · Lichen planus is predominantly a disease of the middle aged and elderly population . The precise cause of lichen planus is still unknown and it is a psychocutaneous …

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take for lichen planus to go away?

Antihistamines may be used to treat itching in severe cases of lichen planus. Lichen planus is not a curable condition. When it affects the skin, it usually clears by itself within several months. However, it can take up to 2 years. Treatment focuses on easing symptoms until the rash clears.

What is the prognosis of lichen planus?

Usually lichen planus clears up on its own within two years of onset—but for some, particularly when there is oral, vaginal, or nail involvement, the condition lingers longer and may sometimes recur. Depending on the severity of the rash, lichen planus can cause scarring.

How to treat lichen planus naturally?

With its rich antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory effects, the tea tree oil helps to relieve lichen planus symptoms concerning lichen planus mouth and lichen planus skin. You can use this incredible oil topically as a remedy to treat rashes and infections on the skin which are a common symptom of lichen planus.

Is lichen planus related to cancer?

While lichen planus is not considered a “serious” disease, it is linked to several types of cancer. For example, women who have lichen planus in the vulva or vagina have an increased risk of developing vulvar cancer, a cancer that typically presents no symptoms.

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