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Welcome to the Psoriasis Help Organisation, otherwise known as PHO. This is a web site dedicated to helping people suffering from the Chronic Skin Disease Psoriasis. This site contains information about Treatments, Handy Tips for living with the Psoriasis and other topics. This is a privately owned site (not a charity), run and administered by psoriasis sufferers, for psoriasis sufferers.

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Itsmrb
Today at 10:30:31 AM by Itsmrb
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Hey guys, been a while since my last post. Anyway I was wandering around the supermarket a couple of weeks ago and came across the nivea in shower moisturiser on sale so decided to buy one. Basically it's a moisturiser you apply at the end of your shower and then give yourself a quick final rinse. The idea being that you then don't have to apply another one after drying. Although a bit sceptical, I must admit its good stuff! My skin feels well moisturised for the day and its reduced the flaking particularly on my elbows. Its pretty cheap as well so overall its seems like a good buy particularly if your a bit lax with a daily moisturising regime.
Today at 08:31:29 AM by bc1986 | Views: 41 | Comments: 0

Hi there everybody

After UVB light therapy last year, my P came back within a few months.

My dermatologist has now given me the option of going on Methotrexate.

I am 27 years old and have no children. My dermatologist told me that whilst i was on this drug, i could not conceive and if i did, i would have to have a termination. When i do want children, i must be off the drug for 6 months before trying.

I have done some research but couldn't really seem to find a lot out there. I have found that if you do get pregnant on Methotrexate, it can cause deformaties in the baby and the drug takes 6 months to get out of your system hence the reason for waiting 6 months before trying for a baby.

I would like to hear from anybody who has been on Methotrexate and gone on to have children afterwards. I am slightly worried that this drug will affect my future fertility.

Thanks in advance people.

BC xxx
Yesterday at 10:15:51 PM by jules6810 | Views: 180 | Comments: 0

Hello, not visited here for a while but after some advice please if anyone can help
I have been on ciclosporine now for about 15 months side effects are naff but its better than the alternative.  Any way, Thursday,  my 4 year old developed a few blistery type spots, friday morning, she had around 15, and Saturday she had about 25.  I took her to see the pharmacist who is pretty sure its chicken pox.  She already had chicken pox, when she was 2.5, it does look very similar.  Today a lot of the spots have just faded, whist a few have scabbed.
I kind of remember being warned about being in contact with chicken pox, while taking ciclosporin but cant really remember, so am I at risk? what should I do?  I was in contact with chicken pox when I was pregnant and told I was immune, so does that mean I am not at any risk and can just forget about this??  I am due to travel to Spain next week, so this is just going to worry me.  Thanks in advance xx
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