Harrison's story, a child with linear morphea
Find out more on linear morphea
In ' Linear' scleroderma the skin affected is in a line, usually along an arm or leg. The skin appears shiny, mis-coloured or scarred, and often feels tight and uncomfortable. In children, it has to be monitored carefully as the normal growth of limbs can be affected.
Morphea and Linear scleroderma symptoms can be lessened with some of these treatments
Connor shares his story of Raynaud's and Scleroderma and talks about managing his condition while raising a child.
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