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Date of last update: 10/18/2017.
Forum Name: Dermatology Topics
Question: Psoriasis and QuickRelief
|slipknot - Thu Sep 17, 2009 9:16 pm||
Hi ,, i have Psoriasis since maybe 2 years ,, i have one on my head skin ( under my hair ) ,, and also a new one on my penus ,,
i heard about a cure called QuickRelief and that is very usefull ,,
you can check it on this website :
so what am asking is ,, is this cure safe ?
can i use it in any spot of my body ? ,, does this cure make any future effects ?!
please help because i really don't like the Psoriasis its getting bad everyday
|Dr.M.jagesh kamath - Thu Oct 08, 2009 9:26 am||
Hello,It is very difficult to comment on any product with little or no knowledge about it.Psoriasis as of now can be controlled but we are still quite far away from any cure.Many are able to lead a normal life and the condition goes to remission.Indeed there are alternative forms of treatment like herbal,homeopathy and naturopathy amongst others which have been used in psoriasis.UV Rays of the sun has been in vouge since many years,so is bathing in the dead sea.Coal tar has been the gold standard and even to day has a place in treatment.Stress is another precipitating factor,and thus some drugs act like placebo too.Hope you find this useful.
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