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    Default Anyone familiar with Grover's disease

    Hi one of my friend said she had icthy spots on her chest and back and doctor said its a Grover's disease.i would just want to know what is this Grover's disease.Any one has the same problem.What medicine are you using.

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    not so familiar with it ,you could check here:'s_disease

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    Default Grovers

    Have had it for years. No known cause, no known cure. There are some steroid creams that have been known to work on certain sufferers, but side-effects can be serious. In most cases will gradually go - I have just been unlucky!

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    oh sorry to hear david..i've been unlucy too cause i have psoriasis.. hope your will gradually go too.

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