24 Dec 01:19
Currently struggling with psor all over my legs, scalp and ears! Oo and a spot of it on my hand. Nothings working, not even moisturiser.
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24 Dec 03:02
Mine gets bad in the cold weather ive got it all over my legs back and the back of my hands just got rid of it on my head
28 Dec 00:05
Kay did you ever get tested for food allergies. I have a sensitivity to wheat and dairy. I'm loaded with bad gut bacteria. But still battling this miserable disease. It's very hard to follow a strict diet. No sugar, wheat. Dairy, etc.
29 Dec 08:14
For sure it's the cold weather
02 Jan 01:29
Why are some people laughing at this?
Try drinking 16 oz of celery juice at least once a day on an empty stomach. It clears the toxins that cause psoriasis out of your body. You must do it daily. Also, some people find success drinking alkaline water besides the celery juice. Drink lemon water if you have no access to alkaline water.
08 Jan 22:57
Using Enstilar on my scalp, works incredibly well, but how the heck do you get it out without shampooing once dry, two wet, and still a bit of film left. Any ideas, (short of dish detergent ) which ruins the hair?
17 Jan 12:20
Hi Kay , I have had psoriatic arthritis for 10 years , tried all sorts , in the end , bought Dead Sea salt from med , Egypt or Jordan , twice a week long soak in that , plus I bought a sun bed with UVB tubes not UVA , used together it has been a life line plus a couple of holidays a year to places where it is known to have good salty water , it keeps it well under control
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