Lichen Sclerosus & Ulcerative Proctitis Missed Hormone Signs Maggie Yu, MD

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Lichen Sclerosus & Ulcerative Proctitis Missed Hormone Signs

Julie was newly diagnosed a year ago with Lichen Sclerosus and ulcerative proctitis, both causing severe symptoms in the area of intimacy and daily comfort. This happened post-menopausal.

Thinking back to before the program, she knew she had horrible hormone symptoms a decade before, begging her doctors to test her hormones.

Today she knows those hormone changes triggered the new onset of these autoimmune diseases. She struggled with pain, sensitivity vaginally and in her pelvic region. She had torturous insomnia, depression, and fatigue. All this contributed to the demise of her personal relationships as well.

How did hormones contribute to this? Was she able to turn this all around? Her dermatologists, gynecologists, rheumatologists certainly thought no way. They told her she was getting older and that she would never get better and to just accept it. See where she is today.

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