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Over the past few weeks, we have discussed psoriasis at great lengths. You may recall from our first post that there are five types of psoriasis. Let’s take a closer look at these five types.
As mentioned in our first post, this is the most common form of psoriasis.
In severe cases, this type of psoriasis can be painful. The patches may also crack and bleed.
Guttate is the second most common form of psoriasis. In fact, about 10% of people who have psoriasis develop guttate.
Common triggers of guttate psoriasis are tonsillitis, stress, streptococcal infections, as well as upper respiratory infections.
Inverse psoriasis typically accompanies another type of psoriasis.
This type of psoriasis is easily irritated from rubbing and sweating in these tender areas.
It is important to know that pustular psoriasis is not an infection. It is also not contagious. It is primarily seen in adults.
There are a few things that could trigger pustular psoriasis, including pregnancy, internal medications, emotional stress, over-exposure to UV lighting, and irritating topical medications.
This type of psoriasis is the most severe, rare, and serious. It affects most of the body surface.
Erythrodermic psoriasis can be life threatening. If you believe to have this, it is important to visit a doctor as soon as possible.
Please be sure to visit us again next week as we conclude our month on Psoriasis. We will be discussing life with psoriasis, as well as treatment.
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