Looking for a better treatment plan? All signs point to calling your derm. Have an honest conversation with him or her about the best options for managing psoriasis. If you still need a derm, find one here: [ Psoriasis.com Link ]
Losing an hour doesn’t mean your to-do list got any shorter. If improved skin clearance is at the top, talk to your doctor about other treatment options. Get prepared for your conversation with a free Beneath the Surface kit: [ Psoriasis.com Link ]
Take the first step in getting informed about psoriatic arthritis (PsA) by completing the symptom quiz here: [ Bit.ly Link ]. Be sure to schedule an appointment with your doctor to discuss your results.
Misdiagnosis is common for patients with psoriatic arthritis (PsA), as its symptoms are similar to diseases such as gout or rheumatoid arthritis. Learn if what you are experiencing is similar to the symptoms of PsA by taking the symptom quiz, and then discuss the results with your doctor.
Some of you have expressed feeling isolated and lonely living with a chronic disease. Other people in this community have been through similar struggles—have you connected with anyone here? Share your psoriasis story or just say hello.
What symptoms did you start feeling that made you think that you had psoriatic arthritis (PsA)? For those of you who are undiagnosed, we suggest that you take the symptom quiz to learn if your symptoms are potentially related to PsA, then discuss the results with your doctor.
Many of you have mentioned finding it difficult to talk to friends and family about your psoriasis journey. They may want to support you, but don’t know how. Any advice for bringing up the subject with loved ones? Check out this link for tips: [ Psoriasis.com Link ]