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Lichen planus pigmentosus, dapsone, substitute for dapsone in homeopathy

i am suffering from lichen planus pigmentosus since last 8 months. I have been prescibed tab. dapsone for the same by my dematologist.However, i have come across severe drug raction for dapsone.Subsequently i have discontinued the same drug.Now i want to know whether there is any definative drug traetment in allopathy or not & if no whether any definative medicines in homeopathy to treat the condition, & if yes which drugs are useful How log do i have to take the treatment in homeopathy
Asked On : Sat, 19 May 2012
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
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as your problem this is proved as dermetoogist have prescribed the medicimes that there is not at proper treatment in allopath.
you must have to choose ayurveda medicines and its surely safest leads you to the path of cure..
please contact nearby good ayurveda physician and if available any Panchkarma center, panchkama treatment is also advisable.
meanwhile start these medicines..
1. mahamanjisthadi ghan 2 tabd twice a day
2. sarivadyasav 10 ml twice a day after meal.
3. Kishor gugal 2 tabs twice a day
4. vasa ghan 2 tabs twice a day.
5. swayambhuv gugal 2 tabs twice a day.

avoid oil and spicy food, curd and bakery items..
Answered: Sat, 19 May 2012
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