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History of psorasis, dry patch under eyelid, stuffed nose with blood. Possible causes and remedies?

Hi I am 34 w female had a complete hysterectomy in Sept am on premarin and effexor I do gave history of psorasis. Couple weeks ago git dry patch under l eyelid which now is tender bigger itchy burning red not getting better but today have blistery at first in side of nose clear drainage and blood its a circle w a dot in center and stuffed nose hurts alittle. I thought mesa....??? Luke disease? Should I go to er or family Dr? What is going on?
Asked On : Sun, 17 Mar 2013
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Ophthalmologist 's  Response
Hi welcome to HCM .

Since you are a known Psoriasis person, I would suggest you to revisit your dermatologist and get a direct evaluation done at the earliest before it starts spreading to other regions. I am sorry I couldn't comment much as any skin lesion ,until seen directly ,cannot be suggested/commented with the descriptions .

Hope you get well soon.Thanks.
Answered: Fri, 19 Jul 2013
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