I'm afraid the saddest thing to face is that the very worst thing for LS is sex. I attribute most of my remission to giving it up, and the low level of damage (considering I've had it my whole life) to multiple long periods of celibacy. I'm satisfied that LS happens where it does because it's genetically fragile skin that can't take exposure to urine and other bodily fluids, including sweat. I do belive LS often happens to people with thyroid trouble, etc., but I can't imagine how and having been curious about the cutting edge of cell biology research for some years (like a mysteriously complex building block of life) I know just how little scientists understand what makes cells tick. So, in order to keep my skin clear, I'm not all fussy about every molecule I eat. Been there, done that – it's a stressor to me. But good for you if it helps you figure out your sensitivities.
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