3 Psoriasis Questions and Answers

Here are some questions we commonly hear about Psoriasis, with answers we're providing as well.

Question: Can other people catch Psoriasis from Me?
Answer: No. Psoriasis cannot be caught or shared. It can be in family history, random, or triggered by an event such as stress or environmental issue.

Question: Why me?
Answer: Anyone could get psoriasis. Quite a few people have Psoriasis.

Question: Will my Psoriasis get worse?
Answer: Probably. The best thing to do is learn more about the disease and use safe treatment for prevention.

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Psoriasis Pictures

Here are Psoriasis pictures to show various locations on the human body with Psoriasis. Psoriasis can be mild up to severe. It can have no effect or be painful. These pictures and their descriptions offer insight into Psoriasis. These are our favorite creams or lotions to help with psoriasis.


Psoriasis patches healing on the side of the stomach

Above picture: Psoriasis patches healing on the side of the stomach

Three Psoriasis lesions on an arm, healing slightly

Above picture: Three Psoriasis lesions on an arm, healing slightly

Red active Psoriasis on the scalp / hair line, behind the ear

Above picture: Red active Psoriasis on the scalp / hair line, behind the ear

Psoriasis in an ear and on the scalp (upper right). This Psoriasis is healing a bit after prescription skin cream was applied a day before.

Above picture: Psoriasis in an ear and on the scalp (upper right). This Psoriasis is healing a bit after prescription skin cream was applied a day before.

Scalp Psoriasis covered with extra skin

Above picture: Scalp Psoriasis covered with extra skin

Raw Psoriasis lesions on the front of a lower leg, stains on the skin from Psoriasis that healed in the past

Above picture: Raw Psoriasis lesions on the front of a lower leg / shin, stains on the skin from Psoriasis that healed in the past

Active large Psoriasis lesion on the front of a lower leg / shin

Above picture: Active large Psoriasis lesion on the front of a lower leg

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