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Noemi

875d

Hello. I am Noemi. I am a long time symptomatic/recently diagnosed psoiatic disease sufferer. I am looking for any advice to help control both skin and joint symptoms. Two very specific skin problems I have with the psoriasis: 1. I have the skin lesions on my lady bits, as well as in other sensitive places 2. I now seem to have a horrible reaction to adhesives. I have always been sensitive to them, but now, as soon as I apply a bandage or (even worse) my Dexcom G6 sensor it begins to burn underneath immediately. I look forward to getting to know and learn from my Alikes.

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    • Martie

      816d

      I'm currently on my 4 week injection of Tremfya, so fat so good. My next one will be 8 wks later. I also suffer from adhesive reactions, I also use aquaphor on the cracks, my dermatologist says to put a thick barrier ointment on top of my Wynzora and then cotton gloves.

    • Martie

      816d

      I'm currently on my 4 week injection of Tremfya, so fat so good. My next one will be 8 wks later. I also suffer from adhesive reactions, I also use aquaphor on the cracks, my dermatologist says to put a thick barrier ointment on top of my Wynzora and then cotton gloves.

    • InflammedQueen

      819d

      I also have plaques and inverse psoriasis around my genitals. It’s definitely the spot that is the most frustrating. I was on otezla for awhile and it helped all locations but down there. Trying tremfya now and hoping it can help. I use aquaphor or vasaline on the parts that tend to “crack” open down there. I use the same clobetasol cream as the above commenter - and it does help.

    • RescueRanger

      848d

      Hi Noemi! I was diagnosed with psoriasis as a child (about 25 years ago). I’ve only just started getting patches in my sensitive lady regions but I can sympathize with you on how uncomfortable it is. I’m currently taking Cosentyx. Topically, the clobeTasol and clotrimazole ointments have been the most helpful overall. I have been a long-time proponent of Eurcerin lotion. For REALLY dry patches or areas that are chronically dry I use Aquaphor. Tar and salicylic acid shampoos help when my scalp flares up (T-gel or T-sal) and you can get these from any drugstore. Best of luck as you navigate this ailment, feel free to reach out with any other questions.

    • WellnessCoach

      867d

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    • Noemi

      874d

      Currently I am on Taltz and Methotrexate. I also have Clobetasol Ointment and Clotrimazole Cream that I mix together and apply topically for breakthrough flare ups. What are your treatments? Please include any moisturizers that you use. I need a good moisturizer.

    • Nimbus

      874d

      My psoriasis patches are usually on my extensors in legs and arms, and they burn as well. What is your treatment?

      • Hoods2007

        837d

        @Nimbus Triamcinolone is amazing!!

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