Coping

It's not just a skin condition.

Chris - I am currently on methotrexate and I have not had any side effects although I do make sure I eat ... More »
Terry - I have had psoriasis 50 years, been on several meds after flares. Always go back to washing with ... More »
Lynn - I had psoriasis for over 20 years, but haven't had a sign of it in the past 5. I switched my eve... More »
Clive - Hi Claire , please dont think of it as vain or pride , the simple fact male or female is honestly... More »
Alan - I had the problem of hair loss so I decided to shave it all of now so I am bald head
Tom - For sure it's the cold weather
Denise - Why are some people laughing at this? Try drinking 16 oz of celery juice at least once a day on ... More »
sherrill - Using Enstilar on my scalp, works incredibly well, but how the heck do you get it out without sha... More »
Themba - Well for me it works however it comes with lots of side effects after taking the drug. I feel bed... More »
Sid - you do need to let your specialist know if the drugs are causing some impact on your daily life. ... More »
Lolita - Hi, I’ve been talking methotrexate for 8 years plus Xeljanz for 2 years. The only thing I regret ... More »
Christine - I would like to know if Methotrextate would mean an adverse effect from the vaccine?
Claire - I have strong allergic reactions (swelling lips/tongue/throat) and both US vaccines have caused a... More »
Claire - Debbie, please keep us updated on this situation.
Peter - ya all good any you bud?
Tom - Yeah not too bad
Rita - Thanks Peter, doing a lot better. All extremities were tingling and with numbness. Very strange f... More »
Polar - Hi both. Maybe the problem with the shot is only for some days. It happened to my dad these days... More »
Rita - Yes it only lasted 24 hours. Doesn’t make you feel like getting any more flu shots in the future ... More »
Polar - Hey Debbie how are you? For inverse places Daivonex works so nice for me. It is D vitamin on cre... More »
JULIA - I found Daivonex works well too
Eric - Posted this long ago. In the evening or staying at home anyways shower and wash scalp very well.... More »
Lynn - Try johnson & johnsons no more tears baby shampoo for the eyelid. I know that it clears an eye st... More »
Brana - Try Kartalin
Clive - Products that we could find in south africa please , if not based in europe ?
Rita - I have some on my scalp too Molly. It’s difficult to get rid of since the sun can’t penetrate to ... More »
Natalia - Sometimes T-Gel and T-Sal shampoo from Neutrogena is helpful.
Brana - believe only Kartalin cream can help,
Polar - Hey Vered. Similar here. It changed. Now I have on face and neck and it is quite uncomfortable. ... More »
deruni - creams usually treat externally You should change your diet, you should control your stress level... More »
deborah - tried it a few years ago, it worked quite well but it was very expensive for the result.
Colin - Aveeno cream can be helpful ,i get it bad on my knuckles sometimes so bad it cracks and splits an... More »
Rita - Did you have a good vacation? Sufficiently tanned?!
Alexander Bruce - Hi Rita yeh always get a great tan when I go to Altinkum x
Bob - One helpful hints: use free and clear Laundry soap (liquid) like ALL. Don't use fabric softeners ... More »
Lynn - Do not use store bought soap, it really isn’t good for your skin. They say to shower every other... More »
Lynn - @Sarah2015, do you take folic acid with the methotrexate? It does help counteract the bad side ... More »
Alexander Bruce - I have no bath back home only a shower. X
Alexander Bruce - It is great swimming in the age an sea so much warmer than the North Sea where I live x
Ilze - Sea water is excellent for psoriasis. When mine takes over, I go to Thailand and spend about 6 h... More »
Clint - No creams use a cut 🍋 lemon rub it on affected area leave on until you shower then repeat😎
Debbie - I’m juniors to try as they are very sore as is, not sure I could stand the stinging!
Clint - It don't hurt if it stings you can wash it off.
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