...feeling happy Michelle @michelle1021

Coping, treatment, healthcare system

what complications did you get with the treating of your Psoriasis?


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

6 responses

Ellen @ellen4

Hello beautiful lady .... I know you ok ...take care !!!
Miss your chats now that you employed.....

Rosey @sue2023

Hair loss,night blindness,depression,ibs oh lots of things and here I am about to do it all again haha

john,Chewweeeeee @chewbacca

Hello Michelle,No complications at all with treating it i can say,Just eat healthy and i dont get any problems with joints,I dont use anything harsh on my skin, now and again 1% cortisone as i have no choice with that as it does help but sparingly and not daily just in delicate areas and its okay Thank you :)

Millionways @millionways

I got hair growth 😱 on the spots that I treated. I also was not feeling well. Dizziness. The doctor did not take me seriously. I then stopped everything and looked for an alternative way. (I also went back to the doctor and told her that I didn’t like it that she didn’t take me seriously)

cezar @cezar

IN January 2019 I will make a real experiment in my country with natural products already tested on few peoples in my country Romania

Michelle @michelle1021

Hi Ellen. I'm very well thank you and I hope you are too? I try to come on here as often as I can as I miss you all too. Thank you ;)
Rosey, that is terrible. I'm so sorry you had to go through that but I'm glad you are all better now ;)
John, True, healthy diet works. I'm sure the 1% cortizone won't give any complications and if it does help, well, keep using it ;)
Yes Million thats the way to go. Your Dr should have taken care of you instead of just writing out prescriptions. They do not take our illness serious enough. Hope you are all fine now?
Cezar, good luck with that and please let us know how it goes okay?
I'm no expert in medications for P as I have never used anything else other than my Coaltar mix for 27 years, but one should know the dangers of using all these different kinds of meds. Thank you all xx

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Alberton, Gauteng, South Africa

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