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... runny nose. The sore throat kind of went away, but then I was coughing a lot, sneezing, runny nose and all that. I tried to keep warm when I went to sleep, to maybe sweat it out or something, but even with a thermal undershirt and sweater, and 3 blankets, I can't seem to keep warm. ... (11 replies)
... Sounds odd. Antobiotics kills both good and bad bacteria in the body, they are not really the answer although many turn to them anyways. They create superbugs. Phlegm coming out of the body is a good sign that it is loosening. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, I am well aware of cortisone thinning the skin. That is the reason I wait to see if the Lichen Plantus will clear on it's own rather than use the hi potent cream. It is questionable whether the Lichen Plantus clears up any sooner using the cortisone versus just letting it run it's course. True, since the Grover's Disease is in the "V" area, exposed to sun for many... (11 replies)

... Hi MArie, If you find that you are coughing and can not fall asleep, try a med such as Actifed or Sudafed (cold and sinus) . It will give you peace withing a half hour and dry up the mucous flow allowing you to breathe more freely. One or two a day is all it takes of me. Ron (11 replies)
... No, I did not feel like I had the chills but did feel cold one day and needed more clothing, then felt warm off and on. Hmmmm... ... (11 replies)
... Fortunately, the green was minimal and it is clearing up rapidly. ... (11 replies)
... n Robitussin at bedtime to help keep mucous in throat thinned. Halls cough drops helps the cough and sore throat. I discovered that gargling with mixture of very warm water and Cool Mint Listeren relieved sore throat misery. Get plenty of rest, run vaporizor to keep moisture in the air. ... (11 replies)
... Hi Marie, You were warned that continued use of Cortisone Cream can irreversably thin the skin? How much benefit do you get from it? The Grovers sounds like it might be sun sensitivty. What meds are you on that have this as a side effect? Ron (11 replies)
... No, I do not know what the Sed Rate, C Reactive Protein, Antinuclear Antibody, White Blood Cell Count and Rheumatoid Factor is, did not find it on lab reports. Something to ask doctor to do next time I am in. I use a cortisone cream on the Lichen Plantus and Grover's Disease. Fortunately only an occasional red spot size of match head Lichen Plantus pops up on arms off and... (11 replies)
... Hi MArie, Have you tried injections of cortisone into any Lichen Planus mouth lesions? This condition has be been known to go away by itself after a few years or so. What have you tried on the skin bumps/lesions? Do you know what your blood shows for Sed Rate, C Reactive Protein, Antinuclear Antibody, White Blood Cell Count and Rheumatoid Factor? Ron (11 replies)
... I do not have rheumatiod arthritis, but, do have rheumatism/fibromyalgia. Also have other autoimmune diseases, hypothyroid (Hashimoto), Grover's Disease, Lichen Plantus, Rosacea. If there is no known cause nor known cure I seem to get it. I took tetracycline for a while for rosacea in eyes but it caused stomach problems and had to stop. No ,have not had any of the immune... (11 replies)
... Hi Marie, It sounds like you might also have rheumatiod arthritis because that dry eye problem is likely Sjogren's Syndrome. Have you ever tried long term antibiotics such as minocycline along with the immune suppressant poisons that are the usual treatment? Ron (11 replies)
... Ron, Thanks for the suggestion, however, I cannot take anahistimines or deconjestants. They affect my sympathetic nervous system. Also I have been battling blepharitis and severe dry eyes for over a year. Both would dry eyes more. I had to stop taking diuretics for bloodpressure also. Will see doctor about my dry eyes in a few days and will know whether the new eyedrops... (11 replies)




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