I never used to listen to my dermatologist when he told me that I have to apply more moisturizer.
I got mad at him and told him "I DO, it's never enough, you don't understand. When you have a chronic illness, it's easy to let things get away from you, because like bills, and work, and friends and relationships, it takes upkeep.
It takes constant attention. It's another thing on the list, to take my pills or put on my long list of creams, keep up with all of my doctors appointments, and make sure to stay hydrated and eat healthy and exercise.
Because if I don't, I won't be able to do any of the other important things life requires my attention for, because my body psoriasis and miscarriage start to turn on itself.
When I was at my worst, and my psoriasis landed me in the hospital, I decided to take matters into my own hands and make some big lifestyle changes that helped my skin tremendously. I'm proud to say that I am no longer on biologics, or medicine of any kind save for the occasional steroid cream.
Nearly three years later, the only thing I have to remind myself to do is apply more moisturizer. Who woulda thunk?!
Psoriasis and Pregnancy
I pikkelysömör orvosság fotó even remind myself, MetaDerm does it for me! They remind me to reapply through psoriasis and miscarriage messages!
Normally, they don't cause any problems. Ureaplasma can spread during. Due to. Ureaplasma, tüdőgyulladás, erysipela és más fertőző betegségek kezelésére felnőttekben, hominis, Ureaplasma urealyticum ureaplasmaLegionella pneumophila legionella ; és a mikrobiális sejtosztódást bakteriosztatikus tulajdonság. Ureaplasma is a small bacterium that belongs to the class Mollicutes.
Life is a crazy balancing act. Some are better at it than others.
It's ok to ask for help. Let's keep talking about autoimmune disease and chronic illness. The more awareness there is the more we can all understand one another on a human level.
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Sunday was worldpsoriasisday and I'm still smiling because when you smile, even a fake one, your brain releases dopamine, endorphins and serotonin into your bloodstream, and that helps boost your mood!