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How to remove psorisis?

How to remove psorisis?

Can be difficult: Psoriasis can be difficult to treat and totally get rid of. There are many creams/medications however that can "tone down" the rash/condition, and can be used as needed when it recurs. Ask your dr. And they should be able to rx a good medicine that works best for you. ...Read more

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How to control psorisis?

How to control psorisis?

See a dermatologist: It depends on how severe your case is, the best course is to see a dermatologist. ...Read more

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How long does severe psorisis clear up?

How long does severe psorisis clear up?

Varies: Depending on the treatment the rashes may persist. Suggest you see a dermatologist. Hopeful they will be able to help you. ...Read more

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How can I find out what is causing my psoriosis?

How can I find out what is causing my psoriosis?

Theoretic: There are genetic predispositions to Psoriasis and a lot of research, but the exact cause is not known. It is suspected to be one or more agents that set off susceptible people, but like lupus and RA, the exact agents are unknown for now. ...Read more

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A good cream for psoriasi?

A good cream for psoriasi?

Many options: The good news is that there are multiple different types of skin creams that can help with mild to moderate psoriasis. More sever cases will require systemic treatment. There is a good summary of options at http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/psoriasis/ds00193/dsection=treatments-and-drugs. ...Read more

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What's the differance in exzema and psorisis?

What's the differance in exzema and psorisis?

Completely different: Eczema is primarily due to a broken skin barrier allowing the skin's water content to escape while opening the ways for allergens to enter. It is intensely itchy and often associated with asthma and hay fever. Psoriasis is caused by a different immune mechanism and usually shows overproduction of skin scales. It may or may not be itchy and often accompanied by arthritis. ...Read more

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Can acupuncture help with psorisis?

Can acupuncture help with psorisis?

Yes: Psoriasis is a serious skin condition with serious medical treatment, but it is quite sensitive to emotional states. Acupuncture may be quite beneficial, yet it is not a mainstream treatment. It is worth considering. ...Read more

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What is the best for nail psoriasi, please?

Treat the prob: Nail psoriasis is a complication of the underyling problem, psoriasis, you need to have it under control. See a dermatologist for your options. ...Read more

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What can I do for severe scalp pysorisis? It itches, flakes and sometimes bleeds

What can I do for severe scalp pysorisis? It itches, flakes and sometimes bleeds

See your Dr: Your doctor can prescribe topical steroids and, if a fungus is considered, antifungals. Light and laser therapy may also be of benefit. Please see your doctor :) ...Read more

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Psoriosis phototherapy uvb lamp, do they work?

Psoriosis phototherapy uvb lamp, do they work?

Phototherapy: While sunlight can help, artificial ultraviolet light can be used on your psoriasis plaques with more precision. Uvb treatment involves exposing yourself to lights designed to emit the sort of ultraviolet rays that are most helpful for psoriasis. Usually, you would get uvb treatment at the doctor's office, but you may also do it at home using a phototherapy lamp recommended by your doctor. Typical. ...Read more

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Are psoriosis phototherapy uvb lamps effective?

Are psoriosis phototherapy uvb lamps effective?

Yes it is: If used properly it is an effective therapy for psoriasis. ...Read more

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My sister has psorisis really bad on face what can she use to get rid of?

My sister has psorisis really bad on face what can she use to get rid of?

Soap: Using an unscented/no perfume soap on her face might help with the psoriasis. Similarly keeping cosmetics to a minimum might also be helpful. ...Read more

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I am a psorisis sufferer. Recently the symtoms. Got worst. I feel very ithcy. Once scratch ED the skin will bleed. What medicine should l take?

Psoriasis: Treatment of psoriasis depends on the extent of the lesions and if you have psoriatic arthritis. Typical medications include prescription Clobex Spray and vectical. For more extensive disease and arthritis there are the biologics like enbrel, humira, Remicade or stelara (ustekinumab). ...Read more

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Can you tell me how I can treat psorisis in my eyes. Under my eyelids?

Can you tell me how I can treat psorisis in my eyes. Under my eyelids?

Are you sure: That this is psoriasis? Seborrheic dermatitits is much more common in this location.

You can treat either condition with topical steroids, like hydrocortisone. ...Read more

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I have psoriasis and now my feet are swelling I have psorisis on my leg?

I have psoriasis and now my feet are swelling I have psorisis on my leg?

Yes: You can have psoriasis on any body part and it is an inflammatory arthritis so swelling can. Be par for the course. If this is a new finding for you though you may want to have it checked out to be sure this is the etiology. ...Read more

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I have psoriosis on my elbows. My doctor perceived triaminicilone cream. It doesn't seem to be working. What else may be effective?

I have psoriosis on my elbows. My doctor perceived triaminicilone cream. It doesn't seem to be working. What else may be effective?

Injections, laser: Treatment options include other creams such as tazorac, (tazarotene) injections of dilute steroids into the lesions, or excimer laser to cause psoriasis to go into remission. ...Read more

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Ihave been told I have psorissis on my scalp they said it would be itchy but not sore mine is pain ful and also causes headaches?

Ihave been told I have psorissis on my scalp they said it would be itchy but not sore mine is pain ful and also causes headaches?

Psoriasis: Psoriasis can be sore, especially if there is a superimposed bacterial infection. Please see your dermatologist. You may need a bacterial culture done and some antibiotics in addition to psoriasis treatment. ...Read more

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I have psorisis I've been using floticazone cream for months is there anything else I an do? Uv lights is not an option im morbidly obese.

I have psorisis I've been using floticazone cream for months is there anything else I an do? Uv lights is not an option im morbidly obese.

Discuss with doctor: A dermatologist should be able to discuss other alternatives. Embrel injections have worked well for many people but it is expensive and covered by many insurance companies. ...Read more

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My doctor put me on 50mg of doxepin for itchiness (psoriosis) and sleep. Is this effective?

My doctor put me on 50mg of doxepin for itchiness (psoriosis) and sleep. Is this effective?

Yes: Doxepin is a tricyclic antidepressant used for depression, anxiety, itch in eczema and insomnia. It is relatively safe and often works but depends on patient response. ...Read more

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What do you suggest if my doctor put me on 50mg of doxepin for itchiness (psoriosis) and sleep?

What do you suggest if my doctor put me on 50mg of doxepin for itchiness (psoriosis) and sleep?

I suggest: You discuss any concerns with your doctor, otherwise take the medication as prescribed. ...Read more

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I have psorisis on my nails&scalp. I'm currently on methotrexate and the results aren't anything significant. Will the parenteral medicine work better?

MTX should only be: Used subcutaneously! You avoid the stomach and liver seeing 100's of times more because of the first pass effect of oral. Liver toxicity is lessened, as are GI issues!

There is no role for oral, a more expensive and less effective form. There are a myriad of other drugs for psoriasis! ...Read more

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I am injured from palmoplantar psorisis on my hands & feet. Give me a suggetion for treatment of this. Help me please. It is much painful.?

I am injured from palmoplantar psorisis on my hands & feet. Give me a suggetion for treatment of this. Help me please. It is much painful.?

Psoriasis: There is an auto-immune component to psoriasis. Therefore, it is necessary to unburden the immune system as much as possible. Eating an organic, healthy diet free of chemicals, drinking plenty of water, managing stress, exercising and creating the most healthful lifestyle you can is critical. For symptom releif, topical steroids may be helpful, but should not be relied upon. ...Read more

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I have joint hypermobility syndrome and now server psa in most of my joints including all the small ones, can I get help? The serverity of the psorisi

I have joint hypermobility syndrome and now server psa in most of my joints including all the small ones, can I get help? The serverity of the psorisi

See a Rheumatolog: If you have Sorret a car throat is a rheumatologist can help direct the appropriate therapy for you. The involvement of the psoriasis in the arthritis has nothing to do with your hypermobility. Hypermobility can cause joint pain so we have to make sure this is not mimicking psoriatic arthritis. ...Read more

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Perindropil&amlodipine 10/10mg (COVERAM) taking for high BP, having side effect like rashes on leg called psorisis. Is it serious?

Are you sure: I looked up the possible side effects of this combination drug and did not see psoriasis. You might want to contact the makers of the drug since it a brand and see if this is true. It may be unrelated or from another drug you are taking ...Read more

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I am awaiting biopsy on tops of both legs for psorisis confirmation but now both are very red hot and seeping liquid with bits of skin coming off?

I am awaiting biopsy on tops of both legs for psorisis confirmation but now both are very red hot and seeping liquid with bits of skin coming off?

Need more info: It is not often necessary to biopsy for a diagnosis of psoriasis. ITCH??? PAIN?? Bad veins? Phlebitis in the past? Obese? Swollen legs? How long? Do you have stasis dermatitis or psoriasis? If both legs are the same, why biopsy both? Have you seen a dermatologist? If not, do NOTHING UNTIL YOU DO. ...Read more

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Is there a natural remedy for scalp psorisis? I've tried numerous prescriptions taclonex and vectical. It just keeps coming back

Is there a natural remedy for scalp psorisis? I've tried numerous prescriptions taclonex and vectical. It just keeps coming back

Functional medicine: Yes, you need to identify and treat the underlying imbalances in the immune system and gut. Often psoriasis may be a manifestation of leaky gut and underlying food allergies or immune dysfunction related to intestinal dysbiosis. I'd recommending finding a medical doctor who specializes in functional medicine to help you in this process... Check out http://www. Functionalmedicine. Org/. ...Read more

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