seems like magic

Posted Wed 13 Nov 2019 7.49am by sam


I have no idea why I seem to be free of red blotches at the moment.

I have not very severe psoriasis for a few years it comes to an area then moves as as it does the area behind seems to be better.

back, side busts ,tummy luckily not all at the same time .

Then in September I was bitten on the arm by something which blew my arm up all red and was worse with anti histamine .

My doctor put me on a strong antibiotic for a week as he was concerned it was going up the arm towards the shoulder.

the pharmacist when she saw the prescription suggested a probiotic which was kept in the fridge with one tablet a morning before food, for 10 days to help my insides with the antibiotics.

. I October I noticed then the psoriasis seems to have stopped and my skin is returning almost to new .

I would love to know i it was the anti biotic as this is an auto immune condition or the pro biotic or the combination of the two ?

any one else had similar results

Posted Fri 29 Nov 2019 11.56am by Frenchman45
45 years old, pso since 2011


This is really interesting, I went to the dentist's two days ago and she said I had bad gingivitis. She prescribed antibiotics fo 7 days. They are not strong, but I'm hoping it will improve my pso, in which case it would mean that my pso is due to a bacteria my body is trying to fight.

I'll update if it helps...

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