I am ankur. My mother is of 38. She is suffering from sorisis for the last 16years.We have shown her to a number of dermatologist. In the beginning the various medicine showed some result but after some months they were affectless. The disease is spread throughout her body even on her head.
The medicine which she used before was methatras & betnisol. Write now I do not have any prescription which I could fax you but i am sending some pictures and my contact no.
I understand how concerned you are about this. Your mother appears to have a severe form of psoriasis. In cases such as these, topical medications may no longer be effective. I suggest that you discuss with your mother’s physician the effectiveness of PUVA for treating psoriasis especially in severe forms. "PUVA is an acronym for psoralen (a light-sensitizing medication) combined with exposure to ultraviolet light A (UVA). "
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