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Scalp pspriosis

Scalp psoriosis from 2 yers.i consult allopaty doctor in sahara hospital,lucknow but noting should be happen.when i take medicine it is cure,and a week after problem is started.itching and redness will occur,pain os also.
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Amal Mandal Kolkata | Homeopath
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Hello, I don't interested to make so many confusing discussion as those will not be helped the proper. I shall say that as homeopathy said that all the external signs n symptoms are nothing but the indications of internal disorder. So everyone should go through a throw proper characterized homoeopathic case recording system which will give one's true picture of ailments. So if think fit contact through Practo location dumdum Kolkata as in other treatment, high chances of recurrence.
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We have very effectively treated cases of psoriasis with no recurrence.  Please consult on consult direct platform and medicines will be sent to your address. Later if not treated from root may convert to psoriatic arthritis, a more difficult form to treat.
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Hello.
Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease and homoeopathic medicines can help. Only topical application of Medicine will help temporarily. So proper internal medications should be taken.
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The word psoriasis is derived from the Greek word psora, meaning itch, although in most cases the affected skin is not particularly itchy. But some patients do experience a lot of itching and sometimes the eruptions can be sore and painful, in particular when there are cracks present. Psoriasis can affect the whole body, including the scalp, but the face is often spared. There are different types ­psoriasis vulgaris, plaque psoriasis, appears in big patches of thickened skin usually with white/silvery scales on the elbows and knees, but also other parts of the body. When one finds lots of small scaly spots and patches the condition is called psoriasis guttate.
Psoriasis is an inflammatory skin condition which also is an autoimmune disease, belonging to a group of condi­tions where the immune system is over­active and attacks its own cells and tissues. Normally skin cells are formed at the bottom of the outer layer of our skin. The cells go through a cycle of change, moving upwards through the layers to the surface of the skin where they die and are shed within a period of three to four weeks. In psoriasis this process is speeded up and cells can go through this cycle within three to four days. This causes thickening of the skin and its characteristic scaly appearance. Psoriasis affects mainly the skin and nails, but in six per cent of cases it is accompanied by inflammation of joints, affecting mainly fingers, toes and the spine and is called psoriatic arthritis.
causes of psoriasis are still not entirely clear, although in 30 per cent of patients there is a family history of the condition. Certain factors can trig­ger the onset of the skin eruptions including streptococcal throat infections, particular medicines and injury to the skin, and emotional factors, such as stress or situations of trauma, shock and bereavement. Those trigger factors can be important for the homeopathic practitioner as it might indicate which remedy might be appropriate for that particular person.
From the homeopathic point of view we can approach treatment in different ways. We can treat the person as a whole and try to find a constitutional remedy with the aim of strengthening the organ­ism generally. This means looking at not only the patient’s psoriasis symptoms, but also his or her general health and way of reacting to the environment, as well as what drives him or her on an emotional level. But homeopaths can also treat symptomatically, meaning treating the psoriasis symptoms specifically. I usually aim for constitutional treatment but sometimes combine the two approaches, giving a more symptomatic skin remedy for flare­ups, while treating the person as a whole with a constitutional remedy.
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Dr. Sai Vivek Areti Hyderabad | General Practitioner
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Hello...
Firstly, consult a dermatologist and get a perfect diagnosis for your problem.
Secondly, Scalp Psoriasis is an 'AUTOIMMUNE DISORDER' (develops when your immune system, which defends your body against disease, decides your healthy cells are foreign and attacks them) and the treatment for autoimmune diseases focuses on relieving the symptoms because there is no perfect curative therapy. Relapses and flare ups are generally common (in your case flaky dry skin with itching and redness). In Homeopathy, scalp psoriasis can not only be CURED but it can ensure that it does not occur again. Your constitution - the mental and physical symptoms - are taken into account through a detailed case history and you'll be treated holistically. Consult a homeopath near you for best results. Thank you.
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Dr. Harsha Bangalore | General Physician
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Hello there...I can understand your concern. Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition. There's permanent cure for it. But it can into remission after few years. Firstly it is important to differentiate between seborrhic dermatitis and scalp psoriasis. If it is scalp psoriasis, it can recur in winters. You should be aware of that. Use shampoos like coal tar with salicylic acid regularly(once in a week or two), even after the lesions have healed for a few months. It will prevent it's recurrence to an extent. If you are having active lesions, then consult a dermatologist for further evaluation and treatment.
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