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15 Jan 07:27
Good morning my lovely Flaymers. Hope you are well? I have been eating fish and veggies for a whole week. My P looks actually great. My P is flat, not flaky nor itchy and its skin color. Anyone else's P have the same effect from fish?
10 Jan 09:31
Is your PsA affected by Calamari? I had some last night. I cooked it myself with a bit of garlic and lemon and added a bit of fish spice. This morning my thumbs are painful and I never get a reaction from Calamari. Maybe the fish spice?
10 Jan 06:28
Yes, I've changed my picture again. Guess I'm not happy with myself right? Feeling tired. I don't sleep well at all and I know if I keep losing sleep I will start itching. Any natural remedies anyone can advise me on? Thank you xxx
09 Jan 11:32
Genital Psoriasis: Had an interesting read yesterday that Genital psoriasis occurs in 29 to 40% of psoriasis patients, according to a literature review. That percentage increases in people with inverse psoriasis.
09 Jan 06:36
Triggers for a flare: immune system, and environment. I have found that when I'm in a polluted area my skin flares up. When eating bad food in a polluted area, the flare gets worse and takes longer to heal. Anybody else experienced the same?
09 Jan 06:19
How frequently have you experienced a psoriasis flare this past year?
09 Jan 06:07
How do you keep your Psoriasis from spreading?
09 Jan 05:54
Good morning my lovely Flaymers. I haven't had red meat in a couple of days now and I can see the improvement in my Psoriasis. The two new spots I got from the bad eating during the festive season is fading and my PsA is much better.
04 Jan 12:28
How do you feel when you find new spots on your body? Panic? Angry? Disappointed? or?
I keep track of my spots and when I see one in an area where I've never had before, I panic.
04 Jan 07:30
Banana Curry salad: I like bananas. Don't eat them often but one thing I eat a lot, is the banana curry salad. One of the ingredients are mayonnaise and as you know mayo is good for scalp psoriasis as well. Any of you tried the mayo on your scalp?
03 Jan 06:12
Psoriasis friendly wardrobe. It's the first time that I actually notice that I have a P friendly wardrobe. All my clothes are breathable and light, and even my shoes are comfortable.
03 Jan 06:07
Having had P on my feet, I couldn't wear open shoes to work so I always had a pair of slippers under my desk. Nobody thought funny of it and it made things easier for me as it covered the top of my feet. I love slippers. Anybody else? :)
03 Jan 05:58
I think I should rotate my treatment for my Psoriasis. I've been using my coal tar mix for many years and it is great for the short term P, but I can't get rid of the long term ones.
02 Jan 09:16
How many of you have tried the HelloSkin Products? I see it is only available in Denmark and UK?
01 Jan 10:30
Happy new year Flaym! And to all my lovely Flaymers. You are all wonderful and precious. Lots of love to all xxxxx
27 Dec 18:33
Living in South Africa is a blessing as we have the most wonderful weather throughout the year but this heat is killing me and my P is looking very red.
19 Dec 09:12
Hi My lovely Flaymers. I had Gammon last Sunday and I thought I'm going to be covered in flakes and be inflamed etc. It's Wednesday and there's no sight of flakes or inflammation. Anybody else have experience with Gammon?
14 Dec 12:38
Have a lovely weekend my Flaymers and to those going on holiday, be safe and look after yourself :) xxx
14 Dec 05:16
Having P for 27 years, I've never had problems with my eyes. Yesterday I felt a burning sensation on my eye lid. I'm not sure what it was and scared I might get a spot on my eye.
12 Dec 13:26
Psoriasis is like alcoholism: it never goes away, but only remits. Do you agree?
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