Lichen Planus And Hair Loss
For those that are experiencing hair loss, they may also be noticing that it is attributed to
a variety of factors.
One of the reasons for hair loss may be a disease or disorder that is related to the hair
One disease that is common with hair loss is known as lichen planus. This particular disease has a variety of attributes, all which relate to hair
While lichen planus is not a direct problem with hair loss, it often causes complications with
the scalp and can lead to this problem.
Lichen planus is known as a skin disorder that also affects other areas of the
Because it is a skin disorder, it not only affects the skin and body, but also the
It is usually considered to be an allergic reaction and is sometimes associated with
difficulties from the immune system.
Some will also state that lichen planus will begin to be apparent after a stressful
This will then affect the immune system and directly affect the skin and rest of the
After one gets lichen planus the first time, they will be more likely to get the disease
afterwards, even with treatment and prevention measures.
Lichen planus is most identifiable by the changes in the skin that
occur. There will be itching in certain areas of the skin, as well as skin lesions that will
appear in a variety of places.
The skin lesions will have a variety of attributes related to their shape, size and color, all
which will help you in identifying the disorder.
There may also be nail abnormalities, such as ridges in the nails that begin to
appear. The skin lesions will then begin to move into the mouth area and cause your mouth to
From here, lichen planus will begin to show on the scalp area and hair will be lost from the
irritation from the scalp area.
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If you are noticing one or all of these symptoms taking place, it will be important to begin
treating the lichen planus.
Oftentimes, the symptoms are not severe enough and will simply go away over
time. However, there is also the possibility of taking prescribed
Antihistamines are useful in helping to treat lichen planus. Things such as vitamin A
in the form of ointments and creams are also considered to be effective.
It can be expected that this disorder will disappear after a few months or after a longer
amount of time.
Noticing that there are deficiencies in your skin, as well as hair loss, is an indication that
you are having a problem with something such as lichen planus.
It is best to get this diagnosed and find treatment. Lichen planus can cause
discomfort with your appearance and as skin lesions.
Understanding what the symptoms of lichen planus are and knowing what to do to treat the
problem, will help you get your skin back to normal and to allow your hair to re-grow.
If you suspect that you have this disorder, check with a doctor to rule out other medical