Hello to all.
I am a young woman (20 y.o.).
A year ago I began to experience pain at the beginning of the intercourses.
After the biopsy, the laboratory sent the answer to my doctor which said:
Lichen sclerosis atrophicus
Received a piece of tissue 0.2 cm in diameter. White. 1/1
Fragment of vulvae mucosa covered by squamous epithelium with foci of reactive changes.
Stroma shows foci of nonspecific chronic inflammatory infiltrate.
The doctor gave me the Dermovate cream which didn't help with the pain.
Few months after I stopped using Dermovate I have found the way not to experience pain. Since then I don't use Dermovate and don't experience pain.
But later when I changed my gynecologist, the other doctor read the results of this biopsy and said that I do not have lichen sclerosis! That women who have lichen sclerosis usually have very thin and dry skin and they are usually much older than me. And I, probably, have Melanosis, but not Lichen Sclerosis.
Tell me please if this is true or not? Do I have Lichen sclerosis or, as my present doctor says, no?
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