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  • Medications

    Your dermatologist may prescribe medication to treat the symptoms of your autoimmune skin condition, as well as to treat the underlying cause.

  • Therapy

    Your dermatologist may recommend you work with a physical or occupational therapist to help you manage your pain, improve your strength and mobility, and maintain independence in completing daily tasks. Therapy is especially helpful in the case of debilitating conditions.

  • Surgery

    In extreme cases, you may need surgery for complications related to scleroderma, including amputation or a transplant.

  • Ointment or Cream

    You may need to apply an ointment, cream, or lotion to the affected area to help reduce bothersome symptoms related to the autoimmune skin condition. A topical steroid cream may be prescribed in more severe cases.

  • Light Therapy

    In some instances, your dermatologist may recommend light therapy to help reduce rashes related to this condition and to control itching.

  • Laser Treatment

    In this treatment, your dermatologist uses a highly-targeted medical laser to treat the symptoms of the autoimmune skin disease.

  • Vitamins

    Your dermatologist may recommend you take certain vitamins, which can help your body combat the underlying autoimmune condition that causes the bothersome symptoms.