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Is Grovers disease life threatening. My husband has been diagnosed with it.

He had a biopsy done of a skin lesion and his dermatologist called him in

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Although it is incurable, it can be treated with a range of medicines including non steroidal anti-inflammatory agents, antimalarial medicines, and cortisone combined if necessary with cytotoxic medicines.

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SOURCE: What ointment do we use for grovers skin disease

There is no actual cure, so treatments are aimed at relieving symptoms:

- strong steroid creams such as Clobetasol
- oral antihistamine such as Benadryl
- oral retinoid such as Accutane

For the cream you will likely need a prescription, so ask a pharmacist.

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What ointment do we use for grovers skin disease

There is no actual cure, so treatments are aimed at relieving symptoms:

- strong steroid creams such as Clobetasol
- oral antihistamine such as Benadryl
- oral retinoid such as Accutane

For the cream you will likely need a prescription, so ask a pharmacist.

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I seem to have been infected with grovers disease.what can i do to rid myself of the terrible itchyness

Hi try Pinetarsol this might help the itchy skin available at chemist......cheers

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I feel I have margollons disease. It's affecting moveable hair and skin what the hell can I do

This is a difficult topic and the subject of much debate about the exact nature of Morgellon's Disease, and the best treatment.

The consensus of opinion seems to be that the best medical approach is to first to eliminate the possibility of any skin infection, or other underlying condition (Lyme disease has been reported in a few cases) maybe by skin biopsy. After that there seems no close agreement amongst medicos generally.

In many many cases textile fibers have been found in the skin lesions of sufferers, which has led some researchers to investigate allergy as a cause. However nothing definite seems to have emerged from all that to date, either.

A common approach seems to be for doctors to dismiss the symptoms as psychosis, that is, "it's all in your mind", and say that there is really nothing wrong.

I'd ask first for a referral to a dermatologist, but if that isn't helpful I'm sorry to say I can't find out what is. Hypnosis? Acupuncture? I hope for a resolution for you.

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Grovers desease treatment

Grovers disease is typically treated as a skin condition even though it is systemic disease.
Grover's disease is a toxicity in the body caused by mercury. Mercury is a poison. People only begin to show symptoms when enough cells die.
In time, it is actually more of a auto-immunity condition (it has been linked to Parkinsons disease).
Check the blood for mercury levels! For anything over 10 parts per million, there will be health problems.
Your Response: removal of mercury (received from seafood/mostly large fish, dental amalgams, vaccinations, smoking, etc) using blood cleansers like dandelion root tincture (it's a cancer fighter, liver and kidney cleanser), Essiac/Flor-Essence (whole body detoxifier), and short term chelation therapy helps to eliminate the signs and symptoms of the disease when the mercury toxicity has been removed from the body.

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My son developed 2 skin lesions on his lower right leg a week ago,They are 25mm long red with uneven sides, very itchy the first couple of days. what can this be?

There is a large number of possible causes, some serious, some transient like plant allergy. Your only real choice is to go to a doctor, and I hope you have good access to health care. If unsatisfied with the response ask for a referral to a dermatologist.

Don't delay in case it is one of the nastier possibilities.

Good luck with this.

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You are an authorized repair company for the machine called Superfrecator 6800 that removes moles and skin tags etc???

This machine is usually sold to beauticians and day spas through a line of distributors and I could not find any factory contact information. It is also worth noting that although the sales information states that "most" moles and skin tags are "safe to remove" with this machine, most physicians and dermatologists say that is it dangerous to attempt to remove any skin lesions without a proper diagnosis and evaluation by a licensed practitioner.

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What is a lesion on the brain

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