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what does your dermatologist say about this?  or primary physician? both need to be seen
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So, here's the scoop from my own experience: I'm guessing you're on the steroid because of a doctor, right? (If not – check with your doc...
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Psoriatic arthritis causes painful inflammation in and around your joints. It usually affects people who already have psoriasis, a skin condition...
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The cause(s) of psoriasis is really unknown. I can vindicate the cats as a cause, however. Cats can cause allergic responses to the skin, but cats do...
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Yes, but it will make your scalp appear very greasy. Psoriasis often takes stronger topical steroids than hydrocortisone, however.
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Mine itches too sometimes like that, maybe just the way it feels against your skin.
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Hi Have a read at the bottom of this link it may help you and the use of onion oil or black seed onion oil.The Link, http://gotclearskin.typepad...
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I think you mean CIRRHOSIS of the liver. Psoriasis is a skin disorder. You can find information about cirrhosis by an Internet search.
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Are you sure it is psoriasis?  Psoriasis is very challenging to treat, so she should most likely be under the care of a good dermatologist...
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Yes and no. The UV rays that are used for tanning or not the same wavelength of the light treatments typically used for psoriasis. It could help, but...
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You should apply creams prescribed by the doctor. Also take in medications orally according to the type of psoriasis you have. It's such a...
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There are many skin conditions that can occur on the penis, and some can mimic psoriasis. Yes, psoriasis can occur in this area, but rather than self...
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Emily: You do not have to discard them, but I would recommend that you bleach them all in the inside and maybe even take the sole out and bleach...
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i would say yes , if u feel like have very normal periods and youve been having unnprotected sex...... even if your bigger than advadge there still a...
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If you truly have medically-diagnosed psoriasis, then you may need more than just a moisturizer to manage this difficult-to-treat skin condition. Any...
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