Hello all, your collective wisdom required please.
I was sent to the dermatologist with small solar keratoses (erythemosquamous lesions) on my nose and chest. This was a flying visit, barely had I sat down when the derm attacked me with the cryo spray. Then I was bustled out, I just about managed to squeak ‘I’m on Humira …’ before the door was closed behind me. Efficient? Very. Adequate consultation? Probably not. I will have a follow-up appointment in 6 weeks time.
I haven’t consulted Dr Google till today. He tells me that these things can turn cancerous and that the risk is greater when on immunosuppressive treatment.
I did have a rheumy appointment on 5th December but cancelled it 'cos my son is having gene testing (and I may be required to, too) on 4th December to help identify which type of Ehlers Danlos Syndrome we have and I thought it best to take the results, if there are any, to my next rheumy visit. Now thinking I should contact the rheumatology department, perhaps, for their view on the skin issues.
As you can tell, I am having so much fun. Actually I really am! The PsA is being good as gold. Nature abhors a vacuum however. All and any responses or thoughts welcome.