01 Nov 21:25
Inverse psoriasis under breast are anyone know anything to help ease this TIA
Please don't include specific medical product brand names or external links.
02 Nov 00:18
I’ve read that wearing cotton clothing or other natural fibres can help with moisture in the skin folds. Have you tried using baking soda on the affected areas? UVB light treatment can also help. I wish you very good luck in eliminating it!
02 Nov 10:35
Thanks I'll give that a go x
06 Nov 21:33
My dermatologist gave me a sample of ENSTILAR and it works great on my inverse psoriasis under my breasts and around my groin area. I use it twice a week and WOW, I'm amazed at how well it works. Good luck to you
08 Nov 13:17
Ouch! That hurts. I use a touch of hydrocortisone cream and baby powder, but mine isn't severe there. I also put cotton pads so that the skin doesn't touch itself.
08 Nov 15:30
Dr gave yet another script for daviobet but have been using the milder 1 percent Eleuphant that's otc.
Before that I used sudocream (nappy rash cream) that was soothing. Other times used curash powder to no avail.
One sides cleared but other still stingy also Dr gave me antibiotics. I hate inverse, it hurts. Hope you find something that gives you relief.
13 Nov 15:30
Sun and clobex spray works perfect
13 Nov 15:33
I have been using this combination for about 2 years and I am 95% clean
13 Nov 16:34
13 Nov 16:53
I have had this for some years now , got fed up of prescription creams , someone suggested trying a cream deodorant and this has worked for me, I use Dove or Vaseline, I also have it on my caesarean scar , works there too
20 Nov 15:23
Hey Debbie how are you?
For inverse places Daivonex works so nice for me. It is D vitamin on cream, and has no cortisone
14 Dec 00:57
I found Daivonex works well too
18 Dec 08:34
Posted this long ago. In the evening or staying at home anyways shower and wash scalp very well. When scalp is still wet rub in large amounts of petroleum jelly. On the scalp only as much as possible. Wrap with plastic or shower cap and leave it on as long as you can, ie: overnight. This method has cured my scalp out breaks in one night.
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