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How Do I Get Rid Of Face Psoriasis
An autoimmune disease involving the skin, nails, and occasionally the joints. It is not contagious. There are several types of skin lesions, most common variety being large red scaly itchy plaques on extensor surfaces such as elbows and knees. Psoriasis can be controlled by a wide variety of medications, but a cure has ...Read more
How can I get rid of my psoriasis?Have it on my scalp, face, groin & all my finger & toenails. I've tried all the usual & now got an ingrowing toe nail
No cure exists: But there may be ways to get relief. Here are good links and a dermatologist can advise on do's ; dont's. There are patient forums too. Sorry, and good luck. Sometimes it does go into remission on its own. Check out https://www.Psoriasis.Org/ and http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/psoriasis/ds00193 for more info on this condition. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
The brown......: The pigmentation is caused by several factors. Inflammation can cause leakage of red blood cells into the skin, causing " rusting of the iron in the rbc hgb. Also, if you scratch and abrade psoriasis lesions, you get a low grade infection, which will permanently discolor skin. People will scratch unknowingly in sleep. The brown caused by rbc will leave slowly. The other will diminish little. ...Read more
We always try : You can discuss this with your dermatologist. There are many therapies both topically, orally or by injection. Some people have even thought to go gluten-free it can go away. There is no easy answer. You need to have a heart to heart discussion with your physician and dermatologist ...Read more
Varies on severity: Small patches may respond well to various potencies of steroid cream, vit.D-like drugs, or vit a-derived meds. Larger areas of involvement may require immunosuppressant therapy like Methotrexate or new immune-modulator drugs like infliximab, etanercept, etc. The latter drugs have many side effects and precautions; so you should be under the care of a specialist in those. ...Read more
No Cure: Psoriasis is unfortunately a non curable disease at the moment and long term therapy usually involves immunosurpressants (like steroids) with occasional serious side effects. Small areas are generally treated with creams and ointments. Until we have better treatments you will be stuck seeing your dermatologist from time to time. ...Read more
Psoriasis: New medications that block an inflammatory protein called tumor necrosis factor (tnf) are becoming the treatment of choice for psoriatic arthritis and psoriasis.These include:adalimumab (humira), Etanercept (enbrel), golimumab (simponi), infliximab (remicade). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sun, medications: Sunshine helps but you have to be cautious because of risk of skin cancer. There are a variety of topical medications, topical corticosterids, vitamin d, local compounds that can help. There medications like methotrexate, biologics that are injected like etanercecept, adalimumab, golimumab and infused like Infliximab that can be used. You need a carefully screen for safety with these. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Control, not cure: There is as yet no cure for psoriasis, but we have lots of options for controlling it. "before it spreads" suggests that you only have it on localized areas, which means topical steroid creams and vitamin d derivatives may be all you need. If not, there are ultraviolet light treatments, oral drugs like soriatane, methotrexate, and cyclosporine, and biologic drugs like enbrel, humira, and stelara (ustekinumab). ...Read more
You can't: These issues can be effectively controlled but not cured. ...Read more
Biologics: Scalp psoriasis can be very difficult to treat! start with bakers p and s solution overnight to remove the scales. Wash with a tar shampoo in am such as dhs tar shampoo followed by clobetasol solution for 2 weeks with a one week break. Biologics are expensive but very effctive. Enbrel, humira, and stelara (ustekinumab) are amazing with minimal risks if monitored. ...Read more
Am considering laser treatment to get rid of my psoriasis, but haven't heard much about it. Any information/suggestions would be appreciated.
I was diagnosed to have psoriasis guttate. Now when it gets better, it left me black spot all over my skin. How to get rid all this spot? Thank you.
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