Zempred And Psoriasis

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Dr George Amabile Says:


How effective is Zempred in the treatment of genital psoriasis? Are there any studies?



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David Says:

Hi Dr.,

After plenty of research, I haven't located any studies on using Zempred (methylprednisolone) for psoriasis; however there are many claims stating it can in fact be used for psoriasis - (the level of effectiveness is just unclear).

The site linked below has a review on it that may be helpful:
flakehq.com/archives/0503b.htm

I hope this helps!

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Dr George Amabile Says:

Hi David, Thanks so mucyh! I found the link you gave me informative and useful. Best, G.

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