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  1. Hello John, I must say that this article is very helpful and informative. I have a friend of mine who has this problem and he is still on therapy with the help of his doctor. may I ask can psoriasis occur at a young age, like 12-18 years? I am really glad I learned something new today, I knew about psoriasis but never known that much.

    • Thanks commenting on my article Danijel. Unfortunately, there in no complete cure for psoriasis, but one can, with patience and a proper program, live a totally normal life with it. Perhaps you should share this website with your friend, I am sure that he/she will find some interesting natural remedies in it.

      Psoriasis can occur at a very young age. It is not uncommon to find youngsters at the age of 12 who already have it. As a matter of fact, my next blog post will be about psoriasis in children, so stay tuned if you are interested, or better yet, signup to my newsletter (bottom of each page) so that you will be notified as soon as the article is live.

      I wish you the very best,

      John

  2. Hello John, Lots of people do not know about the different Psoriasis especially Genital Psoriasis. I have psoriasis on my neck and back which are painful at times that inch. Cannot imagine women or men experiencing this type of pain in the genital area. I was told my psoriasis could be genetic and caused by sunburn, do you believe this could be the problem? It is caused by sunburn, the next question is how genital psoriasis comes about?

    • Thanks for sharing your experience with us Jannette and for your questions. It is believed that psoriasis is genetic, but as all genes, it may skip generations. Also, it can be caused by sunburns. And then, genital psoriasis can be triggered in the same way as any psoriasis, really. For those that it worries, psoriasis is not contagious, therefore genital psoriasis cannot be contracted by sexual intercourse.

      Wishing you the very best for your psoriasis. Have you tried some of the remedies I have shared on my various articles?

      John

  3. Hello John!

    Genital regions are very important, they are crucial for our life and thus they need much care – whether we are men or women – and regardless of whether we choose to have children or not. They must be healthy.

    Many people feel ashamed to discuss these problems if they occur, but at the same time it is distressing to have them (as psoriasis in women), not to mention the potential life danger these diseases may sometimes bring with. Or the contagious factor, where applicable (fortunately not to psoriasis).

    And women’s reproductive system is more complex than ours (it must sustain the development of the new life), they need to be cared (and cured if affected) so the woman will have a good health status again, nothing to feel ashamed of, and preserve her ability to have children.

    Psoriasis, by being so itchy, can affect also the quality of sleep. It has to be treated and got rid of!

    Best regards, Peter

    • Thanks very much for sharing your thoughts and recommendations on the subject Peter. You are totally right, one should not be ashamed of consulting a medical practitioner. I can believe that it may be more difficult for a woman to consult a doctor especially if the doctor is a man, but there are also many female doctors. So, there is no real reason to be ashamed.

      If it is too hard for a woman to take the first step, they can then already look into the natural products that are available, but if there is no significant positive results in a reasonable period of time, by all means they must consult as it might be something else that they have contracted.

      Wishing you the very best Peter.

      By the way, I have just posted a new article which completes the series: About Genital Psoriasis in Men

      Enjoy it!

      John

  4. Hello John,

    Thank you for sharing this educational content on genital psoriasis in women. You did a very good job breaking down every thing about this ailment and answering every possible questions that can ever pop in our minds. It’s very good to see that it is not contagious and that there are ways to treat it.

    All the best,

    MrBiizy

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