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Psoriasis on soles of feet, cracks, scales, itchy red spots, sores. Had athlete's foot. Advise?

Hi, I had been diagnosed by a podiatrist as having psoriasis on the bottom of my feet some time ago. I have also suffered with athletes foot in the past (usually limited to toe area). I have been dealing with an outbreak past two months that has left the bottoms of my feet cracked, sore, scaling, and burning itchy red spots that when itched peel. I've been using cetaphil to maintain moisture and cotton socks but its getting worse.
Asked On : Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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IN NEAR PAST LATEST STUDIES PSORIASIS IS CHROMNIC INFLAMATION OF SKIN AND IRRITATION BY ONE OF COMMON FOOD WE TAKE DAILY
GET BLOOD SERUM TEST FOR SPECIFIC ANTIBIOTICS FOR MILK WHEAT CHANA RICE NUTS EGG
ELIMINATE DIET AND IT WIIL REVERSE
IN MY NEWER STUDIES PUBLISHED I HAVE ALSO TRATED MANY PATIENTS LIKE TIS
RILL THEN YOU CAN START METHOTREXTATE 2.5 MG TWICE A WEEK
TAB FEXOFENADINE 120 MG NIGHT
LIQUID ANTACID BD
APPLY SALYSYLICX ACID OINTMENT TDS ON AFFECTED SKIN
YOU CAN CONTINUE LONG
Answered: Fri, 14 Jun 2013
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