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Psoriatic Arthritis (PsA) is a type of inflammatory arthritis which affects people who suffer from the chronic skin condition, psoriasis.
Common symptoms of psoriatic arthritis include pain, swelling, or stiffness in one or more joints that are red or warm to the touch. Person with psoriatic arthritis also experiences pain in and around the feet and ankles, especially tendinitis in the Achilles tendon or Plantar fasciitis in the sole of the foot and in the area of the Sacrum (the lower back, above the tailbone). Changes to the nails, such as pitting or separation from the nail bed also occurs.
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Just a quicky: I injected Humira on Wednesday & for the first time soon got a big red patch around it. Two days later it's still there and stinging a bit. I'm inclined to ignore it so am just checking out whether that is the right course of…Continue
Hello everybody, I have not been posting since forever because you don't have much of a life working in a hospital and once I am home, it is crash and burn time. PSA has been going up and down, as usual. The quarterly steroids injections help some.…Continue
Hi, has anyone also been diagnosed with a gluten intolerance please? I am still in the early stages of diagnosis and medication decisions but it would seem that my specialist thinks I have a gluten intolerance that is exacerbating my skin issues.…Continue
If you have suggestions for things that have helped you, I'd like to hear.My favorite gadget is a pneumatic stool that has 5 wheels on a large base. It sits very low. If you have trouble with both hips and knees it can get you places you would never…Continue
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