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30 Mar 15:48
Has anybody tried ultraviolet radiation uvb as have just started at local hospital
30 Mar 10:57
Got my online consultation with my Doctor. She recommended me not to go work. I am taking some medicine and told her about my workplace. She said it would be better and safer if I stay at home. I said ok.
Now what to do? I'm bored. 😂
27 Mar 15:07
COVID 19:Do you think you are safe? And Why? What do you do to keep yourself safe from this virus?
23 Mar 18:53
Hey fellow psoriasians! My doctor prescribed a new type of steroid topical (from a well know brand) that comes in 'foam form'. Rather strange, the only way I can describe is like spraying yourself with antiperspirant. Anyone have experience with it?
23 Mar 09:26
Does anyone else have different psoriasis on different parts of their body? My foot spots are different to my leg spots which are different to those on my face.
21 Mar 02:18
Im unable of taking my meds the one I mentioned in my previous post! I keep getting stomachache after consuming it and nauseous throughout the day! I felt the more i have stomachache the more my P increased ! What i did is wrong stopping the med?
19 Mar 14:34
I am feeling bad .Because my son has inherited P.
But on the upside I can help him with my experiences with it.
08 Mar 09:46
My psor is still the same reddish and flare up , but I leave a normal life , I enjoy baking . No restriction, with sugar , with dairy , killing my self slowly hahaha Just kidding . I am fine eating all ! ❤❤
07 Mar 23:55
Has anyone tried med called
Tine - fcon my doctor recommended them all that I know about them is that they’re made out of natural ing and manufactured in india? Did anyone try it?
29 Feb 08:25
What is the impact of psoriasis and Corona virus?
25 Feb 12:16
I saw a nutritionist who also do Keniology. I found out that my psoriasis is caused by deficiency in Zinc.. I’m gluten sensitive and need to take probiotics for the gut. In addition I take codliver oil or hemp oil. My skin has noticeable improved.
24 Feb 08:48
I had a fall in April last year while on school camp. I did some serious damage to my leg requiring major surgery with a long recovery period. Lots of physiotherapy to go and have had a constant flare since the fall. 299 days off work.
23 Feb 06:46
Hello, are dry, itchy eyes another side effect of psoriasis? Does anyone else have this same issue and if so, what do you use to relieve it?
21 Feb 05:41
I found out this week that my 24 year old son has P.
21 Feb 00:50
Hello, is there anyone from the Maryland area who has scalp Psoriasis, sebhorric dermatitis, eczema, or really bad dandruff? I suffer from scalp Psoriasis and have for MANY years and now that I am a licensed stylist, I want to be able to help others!
17 Feb 11:41
Random things I have noticed. The alcohol hand gel is making my psoriasis better?
10 Feb 13:33
Today a 5 y/o girl came to me after staring for a while at my elbow P and then she said ur bleeding why is that did u fall on it? I looked at her and smiled then said no that’s my skin it’s normal to have it! Does it hurt she asked? I almost cried..
09 Feb 23:23
I am m/49 Never had psoriasis in my life.I had Hep A&B vaccine in 2015 suggested by FP as a precautionary measures & I got flares soon after. I believe my Autoimmune condition is caused by vaccine but doctors wont agree & insist its genetical.
08 Feb 14:41
So im planning my wedding for next year! My problem is Hair & Makeup, i have psoriasis on my face/scalp but i really want it professionally done for the big day!
Are they equipped/trained to deal with skin conditions? if not then they should be!
05 Feb 08:18
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