Psoriasis Problem

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Govinda Says:


My wife has been suffering from Psoriasis for the last 4 years but for the 3 months it has been spread out heavily with Red spods on her whole body including scalp. So we are using Propysalic NF ointment. My question is how long will it take remove completely.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Govinda! How are you and your wife?

Propysalic is listed as containing a steroid, so it may cause some side effects, as listed by the FDA, which could include skin redness, irritation, acne and dryness.

It also should only be used for a period of 2 to 4 weeks, if there is no improvement after that, she'll need to return to her doctor to explore other treatment options.

There are also no guarantees that it will remove it completely, even if she uses it for a full month. How long will she be using it?

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Hi. I have been suffering from psoriasis for the last 7 years but the only way i found to cure it is after taking a bath apply coconut oil on the patches and twice weekly use turmeric powder on the affected area... The most important thing is u just forget u are affected with psoriasis.


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Debbo Says:

Does anyone else have this type of psoriasis called pustular on the feet and hands? I'm on my 5th week of 300mg penicillin. My psoriasis is worse than when I started. Pus pockets are coming up along with severe deep peeling of the skin and fissures are forming again. When will it start getting better?

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