Michael S. Fisher, Ph.D., M.D.
|published over 50 articles on the subject.|
You most likely have a skin condition called lichen planus. The cause of lichen planus is unknown, though strong evidence suggests that inflammation, controlled by the immune system, gives rise to the
The lesions on the penis could be molluscum contagiosum which is a virus. It is difficult from the pictures to tell the exact diagnosis. Treatment of this virus is with liquid nitrogen. I would recommend
Have you had a skin biopsy to determine a skin diagnosis? Have you tried topical steroids such as Clobetasol twice a day. Have you tried an anti- inflammatory antibiotic like prescription Solodyn?
When you have inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), you may have symptoms that occur outside of your gastrointestinal system. Approximately 25% to 40% of people with IBD experience these "extraintestinal"
Right now about 40% of the population have keratosis Pilaris. However, some of these cases are very mild. Thus, most people are not that worried about keratosis Pilaris and the pharm companies believe