carol
...feeling alone carol @carolouch

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Carolouch
does anyone suffer with psoriasis on hands

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Theme Psoriasis on the Hands

Please don't include specific medical product brand names or external links.

13 responses

Nancy
Nancy @nancyb

Yes right palm


Marie
Marie @marmid78

Yes i do on backs of my hands and especially my knuckles


Jane :)
Jane :) @janetsipi

my right palm and fingers.


Silvana
Silvana @silvana

Yes i do ive got palmaplantarpsorisis my hands and feet are extremely sore


santosh
santosh @santoshsadhu

yes i do.....even i have ....when ever it comes ...i will apply tropical cream so that it relieves for 2 days and again it will come and continues


LiftedLioness
LiftedLioness @liftedlioness

Yes, I have pustular psoriasis and the blisters on my hands and feet have me feeling raw a lot of the time. I'm miserable.


 john,Hulk
john,Hulk @chewbacca

hello carol,not at the moment, i made changes and it hasnt come back there thankfully,i used to scratch the top of my hands to death,you are not alone here carol,


Nicola
Nicola @Nicky

I only have it seriously on my fingernails, so they are so ridged that they always snap downwards. I can never wear nail varnish as they are all different lengths



carol
carol @carolouch

I have it all over 80% covered but th hands are a new one thought i wouldn't get any more surprises


Oliver
Oliver @oliverpengilley

yeh I do. I use the doctors steroid cream sometimes, but then use 'working hands' cream the rest of the time, just to stop the itching and redness. sorry to hear your problem!


Oliver
Oliver @oliverpengilley

yeh I do. I use the doctors steroid cream sometimes, but then use 'working hands' cream the rest of the time, just to stop the itching and redness. sorry to hear your problem!


 john,Hulk
john,Hulk @chewbacca

i did have it on top of my hands then i made changes and its gone from my hands, sorry you feel alone carol, you are not here thanks



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