PP Power Search:
Patients Like Me
View: 
Show: 
« Previous Page  |   viewing results 1-10 of 56   |  Next Page »
1 members, led by selfcarecatalysts - updated 3 year(s) ago
This group is for mild/moderate psoriasis patients who are are either current or lapsed users of prescription topical treatments for psoriasis.
1 members, led by sheenpaul - updated 5 year(s) ago
Sharing Experience With Ayurveda For P
1 members, led by francis21 - updated 5 year(s) ago
This group is for those who were, are now, or are considering using Psoriator as their primary treatment. Discussion, as well as support is encouraged.
1 members, led by Jamie - updated 6 year(s) ago
According to everyone else in the country we know how to 'pahk a cah in hahvahd yahd', drink Dunkin Donuts coffee, and cringe at the site of a Red Sox/Patriots/Celtics/Bruins loss. We are tough skinned people by nature...and we're all here living with psoriasis. We moisturize like ...
1 members, led by Shu - updated 6 year(s) ago
This group is for those who were, are now, or are considering using Tazarotene as their primary treatment. Discussion, as well as support is encouraged.
6 members, led by Shu - updated 5 year(s) ago
This group is for those who were, are now, or are considering using Dovonex as their primary treatment. Discussion, as well as support is encouraged.
5 members, led by Shu - updated 6 year(s) ago
This group is for those who were, are now, or are considering using Dovobet as a primary treatment. Discussion, as well as support is encouraged.
2 members, led by Shu - updated 6 year(s) ago
This group is for those who were, are now, or are considering using topical corticosteroids as their primary treatment. Discussion, as well as support is encouraged.
3 members, led by Shu - updated 6 year(s) ago
This group is for those who were, are now, or are considering PUVA phototherapy in the future. Discussion, as well as support is encouraged.
3 members, led by Shu - updated 5 year(s) ago
This group is for those who were, are now, or are considering UVB Phototherapy in the future. Discussion, as well as support is encouraged.
« Previous Page  |   viewing results 1-10 of 56   |  Next Page »