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Itching all over the body. History of Lichen planus. How can I get rid of the itching?

I was diagnosed with lichen planus , forty-five years ago. Through the years I have rec d injections of Kenalog that relieved the itchinh and breaking out. i moved from Chicago, IL to Dayton, OH and the dermatologist here will not only give me prescriptions for different kinds of cremes and says I don t have Lichen Planus. I have suffered since October and the creams or Vaseline doesn t stop the itching.It has been all over my body, at times. Can you advise me?
Asked On : Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
1. In Ayurveda it is classified under "Twak Roga-Ek Kushtha" thus treatment and management is given to reduce itching an inflammation and to normalize the disturbed Immune system.
2. Rasayan Chikitsa (Immunomodulators) with Guduchi,Neem,Panchtikta ghrit guggulu,Mahayograj guggul is ideal along with this you can consult an Ayurveda Physician regarding Panchkarma treatment in the same.
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