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Which therapy will cure my psoriasis problem on scalp ?

Sir, i am 26yr male. i am having psoriasis problem on scalp and lost too many hair . Which therapy is best for the cure. I had been using propinate gel and Tugain gel.
Asked On : Sun, 10 Apr 2011
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Hi! divyanshu joshi,
Welcome to HealthcareMagic forum,

Treatment of psoriasis depends upon how sever it is .If it is mild then it can be treated only by topical applications,coal tar oils and shampoos.If sever ,then we have two good options like oral tablets like methotrexate,retinoids ,cyclosporins or phototherapy. Phototherapy is of two varities- UVA & NARROW BAND UVB.These light therapy can be used at home as well as you get small hand held combs which have specific lights in them(called PSORA-COMB).Propinate gel is good for psoriasis ,but tugain is for hair loss.

You can consult a dermatologist who has these facilities of phototherapy.
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