29 Mar 14:34
Hi everyone - I’m new here, but I’ve had psoriasis for a few years and was diagnosed with PSA last summer. Anyone else with PSA feel just generally achy all over?
Please don't include specific medical product brand names or external links.
29 Mar 15:32
Hi Erin, welcome to Flaym family. I don't have PSA, and my P is getting better everyday. There are some people here who have their PSA under control. Check out the forum, and don't hesitate to ask questions!
29 Mar 16:57
Welcome to Flaym, Erin! I don't have PSA but plenty of people here do. Check out the themes section for collected posts on psoriatic arthritis!
29 Mar 19:28
I do. I feel like a very old person sometimes. I had a very good programm from a Chinese doctor. It helped me a lot. Everything from the p was healing. I’ve stopped the treatment and it all slowly came back. Today, a couple of years later, for the first time I felt the lumb on my joints again..
30 Mar 02:16
Hi Erin 😊
I was also diagnosed with PA last summer. Some days are good. Others not so good. One thing I noticed is that I need to rest more.
30 Mar 04:09
Hi Erin, many people here have found relief using tumeric. Have you ever tried it? I was dianosed with psa when I was 15, suffered bad for a year and then it seemed to disappear. My dr said I outgrew it but I am pretty sure it has lyed dormant. I still have it visibly in 1 thumb and 1 toe. and they get sore only once in a while. Mainly when it is wet and damp out. Welcome to Flaym! I hope you can find some helpfum tips here!
30 Mar 07:25
Agree with Michelle for the tumeric, since I have added it to my diet my P is slowly but steadily going. Also lucky that I have recently found a supplier of fresh tumeric. I just wash it, cut it and brew a kind of tea (with lots of ginger, cinnamon, star anise and whatever I want) My fingers look like minion fingers (yellow as hell) but it helps :)
Maybe it could be helpful against PSA as well?
05 Apr 21:09
Yes Erin I was dx in December of 2015. Have already had 3 foot surgeries, total knee replacement & 3 procedures done to my back.
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