Chris
...feeling happy Chris @Chris70

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How odd p is , almost disappeared in the last 4 weeks ! Like Arnie though it'll be back 😂

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Md
Md @md

Mine is disappear and reappear. Cycling.


Bev
Bev @bev43

Good to hear it's giving you a break Chris.


James
James @ferns

My doc calls that spontaneous remission. Happened to me once, many years ago. Lasted about six months.


Rosey
Rosey @sue2023

Mine has not come back, nearly 2 months free, it's like it was all a bad dream, oh but we all know p is real, very real


IDA
IDA @ida1

After getting a little relief I am back to square one with a bad outbreak together with cellulitis and Lymphedema took blood work last week but they seem to think it is not an infection but I know it is. will try and get an emergency appt with a new Lymph Dr. tomorrow in the meantime I have to stay calm as I am having a couple of meltdowns.


James
James @ferns

My sympathy on the cellulitis. I had it on my left shin two years ago and the pain was so bad. Oral antibiotics never touched it so I spent a week in hospital having stronger ones administered by IV twice daily. Then, to add insult to injury, a few days after I got home, when I peed, it was like peeing red hot needles. Turns out all the strong antibiotics killed off not just the cellulitis infection, but a lot of the good bacteria we have, which gave me thrush.


Rosey
Rosey @sue2023

Hang in there IDA, hope a new Dr can help you, try and keep it together as hard as it is.


IDA
IDA @ida1

Thanks, James and Rosey have not been able to sleep waiting for the Dr's office to call. I have never been so depressed over my health as I have been on an up and down seesaw with no control. thanks again for the encouragement.


Rudee
Rudee @rudee

I want to met some friend in Thailand. Who want to travel in Thailand ??



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Chris
Chris @Chris70
Carlisle, United Kingdom

Cope as well as possible with psoriasis, like reading,cinema,walks,food,football,humorous and all animals even spiders ! Don't like crabs mind the creatures.



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