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After a biopsy, I was diagnosed with ‘chronic inflammation’ of the vulva. My GP won’t commit as to whether it’s Lichen Sclerosus or not, but wants me to continue using Dermovate to keep things under control.
I know that Lichen Sclerosus is a chronic inflammatory condition, but, if it is Lichen Sclerous, would the biopsy show something more than chronic inflammation? Is LS immediately diagnosable from the biopsy specimen? Rather confused and concerned at the moment, so I'd be grateful for any thoughts.
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