...feeling frustrated Kristian @lagermann

Treatment, healthcare system, money

I am interested to hear how many of us are diagnosed, like myself, with both psoriasis and bipolar. Because I have not heard yet, in public someon make a coupling.


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6 responses

Rita @rita

I'm not bipolar. I can't say I've ever heard of that connection. I know two ex-colleagues who were diagnosed bipolar but neither had psoriasis.

Rosey @sue2023

Friend has bipolar and lupus,I have p and nerve damage so when we get together it's great fun.

Sarah @sarahuk

Hi Kristian, not me but I am sure this combo does exist in quite a few people as psoriasis affects 2/3 people in 100 I read?

Kristian @lagermann

Thank you for your answers.

Kristian @lagermann

I have raised this question in a bipolar group. I got no or 1/2 answers. Now I am sure, is just a unhappy combination. Tx you.

Lindakay1948 @lindakay1948

I am not bi-polar but I have had depression w/ psoriasis...and sometimes I almost feel as if I live in a hole in the wall and see no way out...then without medication I usually find my barings and start seeing the light at the end of the tunnel..Frankly I get more Seasonal depression b/c my Psorasis seems to flare right around the early winter months late October until about December this last year but I have never experience the highs bi-polar people get or the compulsive behaviors nope once again I am not the winner its just full on depression with occasional ya darlin'

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