I don't respond to private messages.
11 Jan 11:23
Chest plaques have, literally overnight, gone that way where a large area in the centre has gone smooth (but still red) but still with a plaque border. It's weird but it happens every few months. It's left my chest looking like a map of Mordor.
29 Dec 18:13
You ever had a sudden intense itch in a awkward or private place, in a public area?
13 Dec 23:51
Just curious, has anyone spent any length of time in hospital because of their psoriasis?
06 Dec 21:44
Starting an elimination diet using info Susan kindly gave me. Got in from work earlier, put on iPlayer and made the mistake of watching Professional Masterchef. Now having to fight the urge to start cooking.
01 Dec 22:44
If it's not going to be a white Christmas I'm going to offer my services. For a fee, I'll hang off your roof and scratch my plaques so when you look out it will seem like it's snowing.
27 Nov 22:46
Anyone have asthma?
25 Nov 22:13
If you use both the Flaym app and FB app on your phone, have you seen any ads for psoriasis treatments appear in your FB time line?
23 Nov 18:11
Oh joy, not only do I have plaques in various places from my feet to my ears, I now have plantar fasciitis and benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. I've pretty much run out of places to have conditions.
22 Nov 21:36
For the first time ever I saw an ad on UK TV for a P treatment.
20 Nov 22:14
My most satisfactory place to clear plaques from, my belly button. Oh joy.
20 Nov 01:34
I've been meaning to ask this for a while. When people talk of flare ups, what timescale are you refering to, from smooth to Freddie Krueger?
10 Nov 17:12
Next week will probably be a little itchy. I'm spending the weekend at my brothers and I'm not going to watch what I eat. I'm a decent cook but my brother's husband is even better. It would be rude not to.
25 Oct 00:11
Just been reading about a new, non steroid treatment that seems to be making waves, something called Soratinex. Just google the name, the article I read is in the Daily Mail.
20 Oct 18:40
My itchiest spot, my back. I just bought a new telescopic back scratcher and the comb on it is gentle enough not to rip plaque off. I've just spent the most relaxing ten minutes scratching my back and no blood :)
16 Oct 18:50
I wonder why so many think this is a dating site. I wonder if they see Flaym and think old flame.
13 Oct 15:16
Oh lovely, just noticed I'm developing a nice little plaque right where my watch sits :(
02 Oct 04:04
I saw a Flaym ad on FB talking about winter affecting psoriasis. If this happens to me I can't say I'm aware of it. Anyone else affected this way?
23 Sep 12:38
I tried a gluten free loaf today. To be honest, I think cardboard would be more palatable. I hope they don't all taste like that.
18 Sep 13:55
Anyone get sebum building up under plaques?
17 Sep 16:16
Mishlyn's post about stress as a trigger got me to thinking, who is stress triggered and who is hereditary?
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