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Alternative Remedies For Lichen Sclerosus w/ Dr. Anna Cabeca

Alternative Remedies For Lichen Sclerosus w/ Dr. Anna Cabeca


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Many people suffer from Lichen Sclerosus, a chronic skin condition that usually affects prepubescent girls or postmenopausal women. However, because it affects the genitals, talking about it can be uncomfortable and many women suffer in silence.

Today I’ll be talking to my good friend, Dr. Anna Cabeca. She is an Emory-trained Obstetrician and Gynecologist, a menopause and sexual health expert, and international speaker and educator. Anna is also a truly wonderful person, and I feel very grateful to have known her for the last few years.

Dr. Anna has created top-selling products like Julva® (an anti-aging feminine cream for women), Mighty Maca® Plus (a superfood hormone-balancing health drink), as well as online programs such as Magic Menopause, Sexual CPR, and Women’s Restorative Health Bootcamp.

PLUS she has a new book out, called The Hormone Fix!

In this episode, we cover the often awkward topic of Lichen Sclerosus, as well as conventional and alternative treatment options for the skin condition.

SHOW NOTES:
• What is Lichen Sclerosus?
• Who is typically affected by Lichen Sclerosus?
• Treatments for this skin condition
• Is there a connection between gut dysbiosis and Lichen Sclerosus?
• What is Julva and how can it help with vaginal health?

LINKS DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:
• How Steroid Creams Can Make Skin Rashes Worse –
• Find Dr. Cabeca online –
• Follow Dr. Anna Cabeca on Instagram –
• Follow Dr. Anna Cabeca on Twitter –
• Follow Dr. Anna Cabeca on Facebook –
• Get Dr. Anna’s new book, The Hormone Fix –
• Interested in trying Julva? Click the link to purchase some! –

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ABOUT JENNIFER FUGO, MS, CNS:
Jennifer Fugo, MS, LDN, CNS is a clinical nutritionist empowering women who’ve been failed by conventional medicine to beat chronic skin and unending gut challenges. Because she’s overcome a long history of gut issues and eczema, Jennifer has empathy and insight to help her clients discover missing pieces and create doable integrative plans.

She holds a Master’s degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport and is a Licensed Dietitian-Nutritionist and Certified Nutrition Specialist. Her work has been featured on Dr. Oz, Reuters, Yahoo!, CNN, and many podcasts and summits. Jennifer is a faculty member of the LearnSkin platform, an Amazon best-selling author, and the host of the Healthy Skin Show.

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  1. I use 1 tablespoon castor oil, 2 drops lemon grass, 3 drops lavender oil mixed together in a small glass container and apply thoroughly in/on vulva area at bedtime. This remedy is thick and sticks with you all night. After urinating and bowel movements, I wipe with toilet paper smeared with coconut oil on it. Swipe a lot to make sure your anal area is super clean. After morning shower, I use ozonated olive oil or Egyptian Magic Cream which I also apply after bathroom visits. I take warm or pleasantly hot but not too hot soak baths (3-4 times a week) before bedtime with 70% tub water filled, add 1 cup borax (20 mule team) and 1 cup baking soda (stir to dissolve borax and baking powder) soak minimum 20 minutes or until water cools off. Then apply castor oil, lemon grass, lavender oil at bed time. This has been a blessing for me.If you run out of ozonated olive oil, use Egyptian Magic Cream, buy both at Costco (cheapest Price). Amazon or eBay or online, etc. I got all these remedies here on Earthclinic.com. All the above have worked for me. God, please help everyone with this disease. My prayers for everyone!

  2. Hope you enjoyed this episode! I received lots of great feedback after airing it. I'd love to hear what you thought. Leave your comments + questions below 🙂

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  3. My doctor prescribed a steroid cream. But after reading the harm they cause I don't want to it.

  4. It also affects men. I've found that topical vitamin D3, which psoriasis sufferers advocate, made a huge difference for me. PRP injections gave me a two year remission, which I'll talk about in a moment. I also have taken as much gluten out of my diet as possible, switched to matcha from coffee, try to limit sugar and try to limit nightshades too (that is hard because veggies are life). I think my experience with topical D3 fits into the discussion here. The brand i use is called Maxabsorb and its on amazon. It makes a difference for me within minutes. People with psoriasis use it with good results and I've found it to bring immediate relief for LS. My maintenance regime is topical D3 and tacrolimus twice daily, and then topical steroids as little as possible, but still sometimes twice a week. The D3 apparently counteracts some of the angiogenesis caused by the topical steroids, so that is big. Its in the literature. Some people have a bad reaction to the D3 but it seems to be the exception from all that I've read. There are prescription versions of D3 but Ive only ever experienced the over the counter kind. NOW also makes one I think. Do your own dilligence, and talk to your doctors, of course. IMO if a doctor is only willing to prescribe steroids find a second and third doctor. I found tacrolimus to be well tolerated and is my preference over steroids in the prescription realm. There is a black box label but that seems to be for internal use (administered to organ transplant recipients to prevent rejection). My dermatologist said there has never been an incident of cancer in all 12 years the topical has been used across the world, so that made me feel better. But certainly of course please do your own diligence. Consider PRP treatment injections, sometimes called the O Shot for women, P Shot for men. Its important that it is administered into the affected areas. For me the difference before and after was like night and day. Again, i just experienced a TWO YEAR remmision of LS from one round of PRP injections. That was a total of one centerfuged vial of my own blood. The locations that were active with LS and were treated with PRP are still in remission. Unfortunately another location has started to degrade so I am already scheduled for another round. The downside here is cost and lack of insurance coverage. But I'd consider it natural in that its one's own platelets that are doing the work. Consider searching this procedure for LS online and finding a doctor/clinic that provides this service. Helped me so so much. Hope this was helpful.

  5. This disease is pure hell. I have it, and I am also diabetic, so I don't heal well.

  6. I have a red light machine. Does red light or infa red have any potential at healing this?

  7. What foods have the gluten! What is there left to eat!

  8. Hi! Thank you for this! I know I have a yeast issue, so I'll be trying the boric acid suppositories. I just had a hysterectomy at 49 due to endometrial cancer, so I can't do estrogen anything. I'm wondering if the julva is a no for me. I know it doesn't have estrogen, but maybe it's a no go because it sounds like it would stimulate my body's production of estrogen…. any thoughts? Thank you!

  9. I started having irritation, burning in my urethra (constantly with no urinary tract infection), and anal fissures 7 years ago when I moved from NYC to Florida. It started the exact same week I moved here, but I thought maybe it was a urinary tract infection or yeast infection. Then I thought maybe it was the protection my husband was using so we stopped that. It continued on and one day last year, I examined myself and my vulva was white. My clitoris also looked smaller and I had some of my labia fusing. I googled the symptoms and read about lichen sclerosus. I tried to make appointment with a gynecologist but the only appointment they had was 2 months later. So in the mean time, I went to an emergency clinic and they did not know what lichen sclerosus was. The nurse left the room and came back around 15 minutes later and gave me a prescription for a mild steroid. I used it as directed but it was causing more irritation. So I did some research and found out the ointment is less irritating. Anyway, in that time while using the steroid, I used bottled water to wash myself down there. When I finally saw the gynecologist, she said my vulva looked fine, did a biopsy but said that the steroids would affect the results so she told me to continue using the steroids once a week and then come back in 6 months for another biopsy but stop the steroids 2 weeks prior. In that time I started to use tap water again and the irritation and pain came back, the burning in my urethra, the anal fissures all came back. Just about a week ago, I found out that the city where I live uses high amounts of Chloramine in their water and a young woman had a severe allergic reaction to it. She started a thread on Nextdoor and the comments were filled with people saying that they had reactions to the water or smelled chlorine. I started using bottled water to wash myself again and the pain and burning completely stopped. I am really wondering if the LS was triggered by the chloramine in the water. I remember reading a few studies about allergens and LS. If anyone out there lives in a city that uses chloramine in their water , maybe switch to bottled water for a while to cleanse with and see if that helps at all. I just think that it is too much of a coincidence that my symptoms started the week I moved to this city and worsened when I swam in chlorinated pools, now that I have stopped going in pools and stopped using city water to cleanse myself, the severe pain and irritation is gone.

  10. Yes I think this is what I’ve got ,,been to the doctor nature path and even went to emergency as the pain was so bad,iam 69 and have done the boric acid now going to try the progesterone cream ,so hope this helps ,,great video

  11. Where can I find juva???

  12. Is it okay to drink kombucha? There is a lot of conflicting information out there

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