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Postby Dors » Fri Mar 31, 2006 7:48 pm

Hi
Sorry I have not been in touch for a few weeks. (catching up on all the postings tonight :) )We have moved twice in the last 6 months.. we are building a new home. taking longer than expected... hence 2 moves into rental homes. not good for the Psoriasis with this stress.
Needless to say my psoriasis is not the best.
Has anyone noticed that it is not as bad when waking in the morning... seems to get worse as the day goes on.
I used Diprosone on the scalp many years ago and it did help. that was a liquid form. I now understand that one can get it in a cream.. I will check with my Dr and see if I can get some prescribed and see if it helps.
Warm regards Dors :)
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Re: Hi everyone

Postby Nick Balgowan » Fri Mar 31, 2006 8:34 pm

Dors wrote:Hi
Sorry I have not been in touch for a few weeks. (catching up on all the postings tonight :) )We have moved twice in the last 6 months.. we are building a new home. taking longer than expected... hence 2 moves into rental homes. not good for the Psoriasis with this stress.
Needless to say my psoriasis is not the best.
Has anyone noticed that it is not as bad when waking in the morning... seems to get worse as the day goes on.
I used Diprosone on the scalp many years ago and it did help. that was a liquid form. I now understand that one can get it in a cream.. I will check with my Dr and see if I can get some prescribed and see if it helps.
Warm regards Dors :)


spot on. research suggests that while sleeping your immune and circulatory systems go about their regenaterative cycles, while during the day, the good old T-Cells go more balistic increasing the swelling (pain?) on psoriasis patches. I have had an article on this theory before, but I can not seem to find it right now. I will look again in the morning for you.
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Re: Hi everyone

Postby BigDaddy » Sun Aug 20, 2006 10:16 pm

Dors wrote:Hi
Sorry I have not been in touch for a few weeks. (catching up on all the postings tonight :) )We have moved twice in the last 6 months.. we are building a new home. taking longer than expected... hence 2 moves into rental homes. not good for the Psoriasis with this stress.
Needless to say my psoriasis is not the best.
Has anyone noticed that it is not as bad when waking in the morning... seems to get worse as the day goes on.
I used Diprosone on the scalp many years ago and it did help. that was a liquid form. I now understand that one can get it in a cream.. I will check with my Dr and see if I can get some prescribed and see if it helps.
Warm regards Dors :)


hi dors - I hope you don't really have blue hair that tall ! why so many house moves? I always thought moving house was very stressful so I hope it doesn't take it's toll on your psoriasis. did I read another post from you saying it turned out that you have eczema and not psoriasis?
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blue hair

Postby Dors » Sun Aug 20, 2006 10:53 pm

Hi BigDaddy
No I really don't have blue hair... :lol: just blue eyes.

Yes I agree it is very stressful moving house. It's a long story but briefly:Mt late husband died, he had ALS. I lived alone for 8 yrs and then met Nev, we married 2 yrs ago and I moved into his home. we decided to have a house built just for us. so we moved north. bought some land and should be in the house in about 4 weeks time. We have been renting and had to move out as the owners wanted to move back in so we moved to another rented house. By the time we move into our new home we will have had 4 moves in 12 months. :roll: We will be very experienced at moving house soon. maybe I will have gray hair after all these moves. :lol:
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Re: blue hair

Postby Nick Balgowan » Mon Aug 21, 2006 11:55 am

Dors wrote:Hi BigDaddy
No I really don't have blue hair... :lol: just blue eyes.

Yes I agree it is very stressful moving house. It's a long story but briefly:Mt late husband died, he had ALS. I lived alone for 8 yrs and then met Nev, we married 2 yrs ago and I moved into his home. we decided to have a house built just for us. so we moved north. bought some land and should be in the house in about 4 weeks time. We have been renting and had to move out as the owners wanted to move back in so we moved to another rented house. By the time we move into our new home we will have had 4 moves in 12 months. :roll: We will be very experienced at moving house soon. maybe I will have gray hair after all these moves. :lol:
regards Dors


G'day Dors,

Sorry to hear about all of this. I hope that you settle into your new home. We just moved a couple of times too and just built a house also. Will never do that again and never recommend it to anyone either! So stressful I gave up in the end :wink:
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