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26 Nov 19:10
Just coming out of quite a big flare up..yippee!
12 Oct 08:18
I bought the uvb tubes from a cheaper legit company than the 2 big web sites free goggles too I go on it 3 times a week and up to 6 minutes front and back
12 Oct 08:12
The home light therapy going well only a few bits of white psoriosis patches on my legs money well spent
27 Sep 16:51
Hi everyone hope ur day is better?
23 Sep 00:56
Using Tar shampoo for scalp and use it for soaking and showering... getting some sun.. started to clear... my Dermatologist told me to do this... don’t like the smell... but it works.. I eat sweet potatoes and take vitamin D.
17 Sep 10:26
Have been getting my UV light treatment done throughout the summer and my psoriasis has completely cleared up apart from a big patch that I had on my leg- but even that has improved greatly. Life has been much more comfortable. (1/2)
14 Jun 15:10
Haven't had the blood test for celiac disease? Do consider it, as damaged intestines can't absorb the vitamins which help prevent psoriasis. I've been eating 100% gluten free since an endoscopy in March w/ dramatic healing from ALL of my issues! 😊
14 May 18:25
Haven't been on here in quite awhile. The last remnants of it, rough knees and a couple of ugly toenails have all cleared. Hopefully it's a permanent state.
22 Mar 19:53
Have recently been diagnosed with arthritic psoriasis in my joints .It is quite painful. Are anti inflammatory and steroids the only answer.
16 Mar 17:19
I go to tan up and take vitamin B12 and Doctor has. Me on 50,000 mil of witamin D
10 Mar 18:16
Went to hospital bcoz my pso got worst. Worst than what I have before. It's still looks like a map but less water. My doctor prescribed me an intake medicine for a month & after a week some parts are gone. The medicine btw is not for long term use.
07 Mar 15:38
Had scarring before ,and it cleared,major scarring on arms ATM but think it will go,who cares it's better than having p red flakes and inflammation and itching and scarring does go
14 Feb 14:25
Today marks the very last day of my trial. One injection left, only two more follow ups (test) then I am done with it. Never regretted doing it, hope my P stays in check. O and Happy Valentines day to all x
13 Feb 07:04
6 weeks into a bio. 100% clearance. I was afraid to treat it medically before but now I am so glad. It was a great decision for us.
09 Jan 17:43
I often Feel when my skin is reddened and I scratch and I flake and I can barely walk and I must also be in public its not fear of being judged by others of How I must look to them but I abhor How they may Pity me does that make sense??
09 Jan 17:39
Seems to me everytime I go through the Gauntlet of Full on P I curl up like a wounded dog and retreat...anything becomes painfilled even thinking clouds my skin with pain...right now I don't feel utterly encompassed by judging myself
26 Dec 16:38
Couldn't eat Xmas day as been sick ,just a cold for 2 weeks now,but had comments from son that hasn't seen me that skin isn't angry and I looked tanned ? Haha hey I take what I get in compliments,maybe there's something to not eating,
10 Dec 23:39
I have found out that tea tree essential oil has cured by nail psoriasis, I had psoriasis on my big right toe and after a few weeks of applying the oil it has disappeared off my nail.
29 Nov 04:10
Hi feeling better w my new treatment plan 3 Injections in my open lesion ugh it burned and stung help inflammation and itch i did get 50mg hydroxyzine
19 Oct 18:45
2 weeks into vitamin D analogue cream applied daily. Arms are looking so much calmer, torso slower to respond but getting better. Redness, sting, both feeling much more positive. Hurray for science and synthetic vitamins! 👌
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