Psoriasis: Immune-mediated disease that affects the skin
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If anyone struggles with the same issue, please help!!!!!! What have you done or what are you doing to control the psoriasis and to stop the recurring boils. I can't stand it anymore. I never had a boil in my life and after pregnancy at the age of 39 I developed inverse psoriasis and get ...
what treatments have anyone followed to avoid placenta abruction due to psioris. My daughter lost two babies from abruction in week 30- 32 however none of her high risk OB/GYN/s ever considered her psioris as the cause they suggest next pregnancy attempt to start her on blood thinners which ...
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Hello, for the past year I have had high ldh (tested once last year and then twice this year) - numbers went from high 200's to low 200's back to high 200's a year later and high CH50 - I am searching for a reason for this and wondered in my moderate to severe psoriasis could possibly account ...
Iv just found out my mother has alpha 1 she's a carrier and has emphasyma iv got psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis I'm wondering if alpha 1 may have been the underlying cause of psoriasis also was diagnosed at early childhood age with asthma and bronchitis
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