Lichen sclerosus usually affects the genital and anal areas (but it can appear on other parts of the body too). Lichen sclerosus is not contagious and is not spread through sexual contact.
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More on Lichen Sclerosus
Symptoms of lichen sclerosus can vary from person to person, making each experience unique. However, some of the most common symptoms include:
- White, raised spots on your vulva or anus
- Intense itching in the affected area
- Discomfort, pain, or soreness during sex or urination
- Smooth or wrinkled patches of discolored skin
- Scarring, fragile skin, and easy bruising
The exact cause of lichen sclerosus is unknown. Researchers suspect that a number of factors affect the development of this condition, which include:
- Hormonal imbalances
- Autoimmune response
- Trauma or injury
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