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Bad rash itching for over a year. Diagnosed for Psoriasis and prescribed Pregnezone. Reason for psoriasis?

Psoriasis, what causes it. A friend of our had this bad rash for over a year and it kept getting worse and itching him so bad he was almost out of his mind. Finally today he saw a Dr. (specialist and was diagnosed with bad case of
psoriasis. and prescribed pregnezone medication. Do you have an idea on how long it will take for him to get better and stop itching .

Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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hi psoriasis is a papulosquamous disorder which is not a proved etiology but dry skin and stress .injury and stress increases the frequency of occurs more in winter.there is no permanent treatrment for psoriasis so far but it can be temporarely treated.the best medical treatment available for psoriasis is use of methorexate 2.5 mg thrice a week within 36 hours,use of moisteriser along with propysalic ointment can cure the condition.narrow band uvb treatment is the best ur drug it gets subsided within one month but recurrences are common
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