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Posted by Ellen
on October 21, 2000 at 22:15:39:
In Reply to: GRANULOMA ANNULARE posted by DIANNA CLAIR on June 15, 2000 at 18:44:50:
: I AM NEW TO THIS SITE AND AM HOPEFUL SOMEONE CAN PROVIDE INFO FOR ME. HOW DO YOU KNOW THAT WHAT YOU HAVE IS GRANULOMA ANNULARE? IS IT MORE COMMON IN CHILDREN? A DOCTOR TOLD MY 61 YEAR OLD HUSBAND THAT IS WHAT HE HAS. I'LL DESCRIBE IT. ON HIS UPPER ARM HE HAS A RATHER LARGE ABOUT 1 AND 1 HALF " IN DIAMETER RAISED RING THAT IS PINK IN COLOR. HE ALSO HAS SEVERAL OTHERS IN THE SAME GENERAL AREA----SOME ARE THE SAME, SOME ARE JUSTPINK PATCHES AND SMOOTHE. HE'S STARTING TO GET THEM ON TH OTHER ARM AS WELL AND NOW HE HAS ONE ON TOP OF ONE HAND NEAR HIS THUMB. IT IS A RAISED RING. HE ALSO HAS DIABETES, TYPE 2. THEY ARE UGLY AND UNSIGHTLY AND SPREADNG AND HE WANTS THEM GONE. CORTISONE CREAM DOES NOT HELP. ANYONE WITH ANY KNOWLEDGE OR HISTORY OF THIS, PLEASE SEND ME E-MAILS. THANKS--------DIANNA
It is almost inpossible to get rid of this disgusting rash. Here are 2 support groups. www.docnet.org.uk/wwwboard/messages/122html It is slow coming up,just be patient. There is a brand new one http://colinthompson.myforum.net
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