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"....and his jaw dropped!"

  • By dakota23 · New reply 6:26 pm
  • Discussion in Complementary and alternative · 242 replies · Photos
  • This could be a Game Changer Today, September 24, I had an appointment with my dermatologist. He took one look at my skin, his eyes widened and all he said was “WOW!” Then he said “that was from Narrow ...

Charcots Foot, psoriasis, neroapathy...Afraid

  • By SCRobin · New reply 6:25 pm
  • Discussion in Psoriatic arthritis · 1 reply
  • Through my journey through psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, neuropathy and DDD, there has always been an issue with one of my feet. For two months now my left foot has been a 10 in the pain category, swollen ...

Has anyone else been MISDIAGNOSED! fungal/yeast infection, not psoriasis!!

  • By MissAnti-Sugar · New reply 6:25 pm
  • Discussion in Psoriasis · 5 replies
  • Has anyone else been misdiagnosed?? I had a biopsy but it was not tested for yeast. I've been in denial that I was diagnosed with inverse psoriasis because the derm previously gave me an oral antifungal ...

Thank You All

  • By BetsB · New reply 6:18 pm
  • Journal · 5 replies
  • As far as I know, I have never known anyone with psoriasis, except my Dad and my daughter (guilt for passing it on to her). Of course, people hide it so, who knows. In any case, what I want to say is ...

Neotigason Acitretin

  • By Rhino01 · New reply 6:16 pm
  • Discussion in Psoriasis · 6 replies
  • Hi I have just been prescribed Neotigason Acitretin 25mg ,once daily for my psoriasis. I have been a sufferer for many years and have tried all the treatments but have always been negative towards tablets ...

PsA and root canals


Finally, after fifty years...

  • By Davidniven · New reply 5:56 pm
  • Discussion in Complementary and alternative · 90 replies · Photos
  • This is my 50th year with chronic plague psoriasis. Like so many of us with this condition, it has been a challenging, and life altering journey. During these many years, I have tried numerous medications ...

do not know anyone personally who has ppp..

  • By franny2774 · New reply 5:54 pm
  • Discussion in Psoriasis · 16 replies · Photos
  • I have palmoplanter pustulosis as well as pustular psoraisis..I am on stellara every six weeks and my doctor wants me to go on soriatane with it .I am sixty five and until three years ago when I crushed ...

Real Hope!!!

  • By Flintchick · New reply 5:44 pm
  • Discussion in Complementary and alternative · 379 replies · Photos
  • I hope that I am not premature in sharing this. I don't want to contribute another false hope to our group, but I am really excited. I was going to wait for more results first, but summer is almost here ...

body aches and blurred vision

  • By nwgrace · New reply 5:38 pm
  • Discussion in Psoriatic arthritis · 4 replies
  • I may be noticing a connection with pain flares and having trouble focusing my eyes. Anyone else? I'm currently taking methotrexate and stelara. My optometrist says my eyes are healthy ...

New Pill Otezla

  • By Barista86 · New reply 5:37 pm
  • Discussion in Psoriasis · 9 replies
  • I just went to my new derm. and he just put me on Otezla and am on a start pack which I can’t wait to see what it does. I just got the start pack and right now am 10mg and working my way up to the 30mg ...

Has anyone been to the Dead Sea for Psoriasis

  • By quyeno · New reply 5:13 pm
  • Discussion in Psoriasis · 8 replies
  • Hi I've been considering a holiday to the dead sea for Psoriasis treatment and was wondering has anyone been? Would love to hear your experiences. I've been diagnosed with Guttate P and it all over my ...


  • By bill_noack · New reply 5:05 pm
  • Discussion in Psoriasis · 4 replies
  • I tried a knew soap. maybe it will help someone.looking in publix at soaps found this by accident. kirks original coco castile soap useing it for 1 week now it seems it is helping me a lot. I only have ...

Got PsA? Note to my journal just to think it through

  • By leatherman · Posted 5:00 pm
  • Journal · 0 replies
  • I have clearly had arthritis for at least 12 yrs. I don’t just have the mildest form the asymmetric pattern of PsA. I do have the systemic pattern, the distal pattern, some spinal pattern, enthesitis ...

Uncertain about Treatment Options

  • By Kristokms · New reply 4:49 pm
  • Discussion in Psoriatic arthritis · 3 replies
  • I am 43 and was diagnosed this week with Inflammatory Arthritis and Psoriatic Arthritis. I have joint pain primarily in one hand, pretty painfully in one finger. I have psoriasis (horrible in my finger ...

Major changes in treatment

  • By RyanL · Posted 4:24 pm
  • Discussion in Psoriasis · 0 replies
  • So I finally saw a Dermatologist today and he made some quite significant changes to my regime. For the next 6 weeks he has me on coal tar, which I am not loping forward to but I will try. Then I'm going ...

Psoriasis and depression

  • By psoriasisgoaway · New reply 4:19 pm
  • Discussion in Psoriasis · 9 replies
  • I want to know if psoriasis sufferers also find they are suffering with depression. I have had psoriasis on my hands and feet and now I find I cry a lot because of the pain. I buy so many OTC medications ...

New. Your best tip for the rest of us.

  • By BetsB · New reply 3:55 pm
  • Discussion in Psoriasis · 39 replies
  • I have had Psoriasis for 40 years. I have mostly used topical steroids with occlusion and shea butter and coconut oil. I have never tried a biologic medication. I m considering altering my diet, despite ...

Excimer Laser Treatments

  • By raeg70 · New reply 3:45 pm
  • Discussion in Psoriasis · 7 replies
  • Hello, doctor is trying to get me to try the laser treatments, but I would like more information. Does anyone have experience with the laser treatments? Thanks Rae ...

Weighed down by psoriasis and I don't even have it.

  • By Jeaneallan · New reply 3:32 pm
  • Discussion in Psoriatic arthritis · 7 replies
  • Sometimes complaining is completely ineffective...however it would be difficult to feel more disappointed in the advice/help my husband has received. I looked at the posts of others and know that this ...

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The TalkPsoriasis Support Community connects people affected by psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis for support and inspiration. This community is sponsored by the National Psoriasis Foundation, an Inspire trusted partner.