...feeling hopeful Peter @peter5300

Secrets, travel, diet

Trying to check in at least once a week, I'm still fighting the good old fight and not giving up on the P. so up date normal P is ok and stable but my pustular psoriasis is still kicking up a storm, starting a pustular psoriasis Diet fingers crossed


Theme Pustular Psoriasis Dating and Psoriasis Diet and Psoriasis

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9 responses

Bev @bev43

Good Luck Peter. Have you tried the Lemon and the Epsom salt bath yet?

john,Hulk @chewbacca

Good luck Peter, I hope changes in diet/lifestyle will help you, it has helped many as i know, i helped them lol,Be patient as it can take a quite a few months to see results , I hope it helps you , i wish you luck but, its what you are putting in that helps in time :)

Jill @jilliemac

PM me...have a great possible remedy site.

jessica @jessica218

Good luck :) I’m trying to fix my diet too, I suck at it at the moment though lol

Rosey @sue2023

What site have you found Jill?

Rosey @sue2023

Hope Diet works Peter, good luck!

Jill @jilliemac

I do not think we are supposed to post sites here...Research vitamin D, vitaminn K2 and Magnesium Flakes should get someting about a Canadian woman who founded it...good luck..

Rosey @sue2023

Ok have heard of that B4 ,some might have put themselves in remission by doing that

Janice @Immy

Hi everyone, I haven't been on here in a very long time, I am sorry to say, sometimes other things get in the way, sadly that is life. I have had plaque psoriasis for 60 years and pustular psoriasis for 28 years. When I joined this site approx 2 years ago and tried most of the tips that this brilliant group shared. There are two things that I have done ever since I joined which is drinking 2 ltrs of bottled water a day and taking Vitamin D. I live in the UK and for the past 60 years at this time of year (Spring) I get terrible flare ups, always have and it subsides about Oct/Nov time. Well, fingers crossed so far I have totally lost it, even the normal knees and elbow plaque and pustular psoriasis that is always constant, I just can't believe it and I do have stress in my life for which I have always felt played a large part in flare ups but to totally disappear is marvellous. Because I am a constant worrier I just hope that if it does reappear that it isn't worse than it was. My mother was covered in it from head to toe and she always said that all the time she had P she knew she was in good health, sadly she died at the age of 56 and she didn't have one spot on her body, so a bit of me is a bit worried.

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Peter @peter5300
Randburg, South Africa

I am in my 30's and have had P for over 10 years, i travel a lot and try find new things in my travels, i have more than one type of P, i don't let my P rule my life but it can be a bit tricky to keep the P beast calm.

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