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Re: Protopic Burning
ihopethishelps Views: 2,021
Published: 10 years ago
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Re: Protopic Burning

hmm...Well I'm thinking whatever triggered this condition has caused the the outter most layer to dry up for some reason, be it an allergy, trauma, etc. You should ask your doctor if he/she thinks that the inflammation is solely responsible for this or if some kind of serious, irreparable damage could be done to the lips from the aforementioned factors.
I was experimenting with hydrocortisone along with the most healing method after my Protopic trial which I resolved to stop after my results seemed to plateau. Anyway, I noticed that the hydrocortisone did seem to make it more manageable kind of like Protopic. This kind of behavior is similar to how eczema reacts. Eczema can be triggered by stress, an allergy I believe, and trauma—I think.
Also, The demographic for this disorder seems to be primarily young adult males though I believe. Hormones may be a factor as well, but again, my tests were always perfect.

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