12 Oct 06:26
Seen as though its #throwback Thursday where did psoriasis first appear on you? Me it was my elbows
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12 Oct 06:32
hello chris,scalp as a baby, my father first thought it was cradle cap then put worked out that my mother had psoriasis so ,that was it for me :)
12 Oct 08:15
On the sole of left foot. My left leg and arm has way more spots than the right side. Not sure why.
12 Oct 12:26
My legs at 11years old... I remember my mum taking me round to my cousin's and asking my auntie if she thought it was psoriasis.
12 Oct 14:01
Me, ears. Both! Inside and behind
12 Oct 14:22
Hi Chris, It first made it's appearance on my on my inner thighs.
12 Oct 15:10
Hi there! My scalp
12 Oct 15:14
Mine came at age 7 in my ears and over the next 5 years with a vengeance in and behind my ears and on my scalp. Seriously wet, dripping, scabby behind my ears and thick as a helmet on my head. God it was quite traumatic in elementary and high school. Bullied really badly because it was so ugly looking. Painful too.
12 Oct 15:46
Two little dots, high up on my thigh. They’ve never gone away. They have pet names, now - Itchy and Scratchy!
Then came the elbows and the scalp!
Prior to uvb treatment, which just ended, I had 80% coverage. It’s slready coming back in my scalp and on my elbows 😓
12 Oct 15:47
Already, even ......🤔🙄
12 Oct 15:52
It was an ever so tiny dot that would appear on my arm. It would leave and reappear. It was so mild that sometimes I didn't even notice lol The good old days :(
12 Oct 15:53
I remember them! Vaguely!
12 Oct 16:52
On my knuckle Chris and on the side of an Index finger.
To this day it remains the same,
hasnt spread anywhere else.
Take care 🌹
12 Oct 18:49
On top of my head but I had a thick head of hair back then so people could only see the fallout. That's when I started buying oatmeal sweaters.
13 Oct 01:27
mine first appear on my face and scalp 6 months aftèr my acne cleared up when i was 14. I am now 34 and it is now on about 95% of my body.
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