...feeling hopeful Gill @gill4


Hey guys still got wrist pain but notice in a lot of my finger nails got white spots. Is this link to p?


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john,Hulk @chewbacca

yes more than likely sorry to say Gill,sorry about your wrist pain, i know about that though mines good now, not had a problem in a year now

Gill @gill4

No worries thanks for telling me ask nurse today while up for uvb but she wasn't sure got Dr at derm clinic next month and derm nurse next week for meds if blood was ok. Skin looking great best in a long time but need to stay not the sun

Mishlyn @mishlyn

So great to hear your skin is better than it has been in a long time Gill ☺ I'm sure it feels really good! White spots sound like it may me p related indeed. Your derm will be able to tell you better. I hope your wrist feels better soon!

Gill @gill4

Well I was in hosp ward Dr though it wrist pain was cause by p

Mishlyn @mishlyn

I hope not Gill! Fingers crossed it is something minor!

Sarah @sarahuk

Hey Gill! I have white spots in my nails sometimes, but they are related to injuries / damage to the nail or nail bed. Like if I drop something on my finger or bump them, or if my children bash them etc... they just grow up through the nail like the normal nail would. I have had pitting / ridging / splitting before in one or two nails at a time but luckily this has now grown out (for now!) and it hasn't been on the same nails as the white spots.

Susan @godcares

Not fun Gill... I suspect it is linked to psoriasis. I always suggest dealing with psoriasis from the inside out. Gut health, mind/body/soul healing but those are works in progress and take practice for sure, in my opinion.

Becki @becki1

I had spots, then pitted nails. I lost nail on index finger on R hand and nail on L thumb. Took a long time for new nails.

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Gill @gill4
Dundee, UK

I'm a disable female who lost half a leg and two toes to p and diabetic two years ago

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