I am also facing psoriasis problem since last 7 years but in start no one diagnosed it and it was also very little on my hand like my skin was dry specially in winter season. As it has gone serious since last 3 years. It is now on my both hand thumbs and two fingers that is not leaving off as well as on my scalp of hairs in the neck side that I think is increasing. for few days all the dead skin go off if i am using clobovate cream but it is also not permanently going off. Now I am hopeless of this problem. please guide me what to do?

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Unfortunately its usually not possible to eradicate psoriasis .u can
minimize n control it well. For psoriasis, u have to followup wih ur dr.
Choose ur dr after research n then stick to whatever he/ she suggests.


Farrukh Hussain

Asalaam o alaikum. As your psoriasis is progressing do have a visit to a nearest dermatologist as you may be needing some drugs to eat for controlling psoriasis.


Asma Qaiser Qureshi

Psoriasis is a skin condition that causes red, flaky, crusty patches of skin covered with silvery scales.
These patches normally appear on your elbows, knees, scalp and lower back, but can appear anywhere on your body. Most people are only affected with small patches. In some cases, the patches can be itchy or sore.
It can start at any age, but most often develops in adults under 35 years old. The condition affects men and women equally.
The severity of psoriasis varies greatly from person to person.
Psoriasis is a long-lasting (chronic) disease that usually involves periods when you have no symptoms or mild symptoms, followed by periods when symptoms are more severe.

Why it happens?
People with psoriasis have an increased production of skin cells.
Skin cells are normally made and replaced every three to four weeks, but in psoriasis this process only lasts about three to seven days. The resulting build-up of skin cells is what creates the patches associated with psoriasis.
Psoriasis can run in families, although the exact role that genetics plays in causing psoriasis is unclear.
Many people's psoriasis symptoms start or become worse because of a certain event, known as a "trigger". Possible triggers of psoriasis include an injury to your skin, throat infections and using certain medicines.
The condition isn't contagious, so it can't be spread from person to person.

Treating Psoriasis
There's no cure for psoriasis, but a range of treatments can improve symptoms and the appearance of skin patches.
In most cases, the first treatment used will be a topical treatment.
Topical treatments are creams and ointments applied to the skin.

Psoriasis is like having diabetes. Iski treatment mojood hai per koi cure nai hai. You have to manage and maintain your skin. Jild ka khayal rakhenge toh kabhi problem nai hogi... agar khayal na kiya toh pareshani hogi. Extreme dryness hai. So moisturise well. There are chances ye bilkul theek hojaye, so don't lose hope. Shifa dene wali zaat toh sirf Allah ki hai. Aur zarya hum mein se koi doctor bun jata hai. :)

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