Overcoming Psoriasis On The Head To Bleed When Scratched?
Tonight, introduce me to cwok at the age of 25 years, a few months ago I was hit by a psoriasis in my head so badly that I scratched bloody … it felt itchy and dandruff was massive and very annoying. Every time I wake up I always bleed on my pillow and my coarse dandruff is scattered … I am dizzy and hopeless … but now the disease has improved but there are still some spots on my head that when I match those spots are white and directly bleeding, every day I match or. So there are 4 points that are always thickening the skin and I match it until the reddish white flakes peel … if on my scalp 95% heals … Ouh yeah from the healing process takes 2 months from indicated … I always sunbathe under sunlight between 7-9 hours and always massage using coconut oil and after shampooing with shampoo Selsun Blue, which I am annoyed 4 point is still hard to recover when it was completely healed?
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Basically, psoriasis is an autoimmune disease, which is a disease that occurs due to abnormalities of the body's immune system, where the immune system actually attacks the body's own cells. Psoriasis is a disease that cannot be cured and will be able to experience recurrence during the life of the sufferer. Although it cannot be cured, current medicines can help control the symptoms that occur when recurrence occurs. There is also no way to prevent psoriasis recurrence.
If indeed you have been diagnosed with psoriasis, you should take direct control to a dermatologist when a recurrence is happening. Your dermatologist can prescribe medicines that can help reduce or even eliminate psoriasis lesions more quickly. Therapy can be topical therapy (topical), oral therapy (oral medication) or injection (injection drug), and can be accompanied by phototherapy (light therapy). Basically the treatment response of each patient can be different, therefore therapy must be designed according to the condition of each patient. If the lesions on your head do not also disappear with the therapies that have been recommended by your doctor, you should return control to your dermatologist to be given other therapies.
For now, do not scratch your lesions until they bleed continuously. Doing so can cause an infection in the wound. Once again, do not expect complete recovery in psoriasis because this disease cannot be cured. When all the psoriasis lesions have disappeared, it is very possible that you may experience a recurrence in the future.
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