UV Treatment

Posted Wed 1 May 2019 11.44am by hannahmo
18 years old and I've had psoriasis since i was 14 :)

Hi Guys,

I was just wondering how UV treatment is helping people with their psoriasis? I first had UV treatment when i was 15, and have again started treatment, now being 19. I am on my second lot of treatment and was wondering how long it's taken you to see results?

Posted Sat 11 May 2019 2.08pm by andrew1977

I’ve had 8 sessions of UV in the past month & it’s only now having a little impact. The first session was something like 15 seconds & the most recent was around a minute. The nurses say you only see changes once you’re getting more than a minutes worth. So I’m hoping to see thing improve in the next couple of weeks.

Posted Tue 14 May 2019 4.07pm by Sarah

Hi,so I finished 16 sessions of the UV Treatment about 5 weeks ago,Very Good Treatment when I wasn’t getting burnt!

All the scales disappeared and my skin was so smooth and great but the last week I’ve notice patches coming back!

Especially where I had it bad.

I get it all over my body.Im so disappointment but hopefully both of you will get great results as everyone’s skin is different.

Don’t give up with it as when you start to see improvement it feels great.

Good luck! ☺️

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