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The biopsy showed 'chronic inflammation', but no mention of LS. I don't know whether this means I have it or not. The GP wouldn't be drawn into saying yes or no, but wants me to continue to use the Clob when necessary, so maybe yes. Who knows?
Things have calmed down considerably since I've been used the Clob for two months and the area looks a lot better. Previously, it was very badly inflamed all over. However, I stopped using it before the biopsy and haven't used it since - about 6 weeks. I'm now getting a little discomfort and some itching, but not as bad as before, although, before I went to the GP, I think things had been getting worse over a period of 18 months.
The GP just said to use the Clob to relieve the itching, then to stop using it until the itching started up again. I have to tell him when I've finished the tube so he can keep a check on how much I am having to use. Would you use it just for the slight itching, even though there's no further redness there? I don't want to use it unless it's necessary. Do others use it to keep the itching and discomfort under control, even though there is no obvious inflammation?
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