Victoria
...feeling hopeful Victoria @vito

Treatment, healthcare system

Hi guys! My doctor told me that arthritis psoriasic could appear 9 or 10 years after the guttata P or in drops. What do you know about this?

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7 responses

 john,Chewweeeeee
john,Chewweeeeee @chewbacca

Hello Victoria,No it may not appear with you, Not all people with psoriasis get the arthritis,I was born with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis didnt come until 33 years later ,Not everyone gets it, Theres a possibiltie yes but i wouldnt think about it unless it happens, I think alcohol triggered mine but i dont know as i was drinking a lot for a long time , It was very painful in the beginning,I made mine better with diet/lifestyle changes, ,prevention is better than cure if possible but there is no cure,Healthy lifestyle will keep symptoms under control for a lot of people, I wish you well :)


James
James @ferns

01875818965

I’ve had psoriasis for over 40 years and thought at one time I had arthritis but it turns out it’s the cumulative affect of more than a few motorbike crashes. I agree with a lot of what John has said too. Healthy diet and keeping stress levels down pay big dividends.


Clint
Clint @NJClint

There is a special test for that don't let the says that without proof


Victoria
Victoria @vito

Thank you guys ❤️


Rosey
Rosey @sue2023

Had x_ray have Deffo ostio and another diagnois psa, oh well, yep there are diagnostic tools, psa is hard to duagnoisev


Rosey
Rosey @sue2023

Sick of the blood tests though, first week without pain for a long time, so am socialising again, no cure for p or ostio or psa, Dr's yet to make up their minds, got both, or 2 or all, don't care, as no pain this week so I live and love


Lesley
Lesley @lesley65

Mine appeared simultaneously but others don’t get both . Everybody is different .



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