Extensive palmo plantar psoriasis finds complete recovery within six months of treatment...
Mrs Usha comes from Dombivli, Mumbai. She was suffering from severe psoriasis on palms ans soles since 5 years. There was lot of itching and scaling. Most characteristic feature was thickening of skin with cracks. Cracks were painful.
She took conventional medicines for a year with partial relief. She was frustrated and stopped all medication. Slowly the situation became worse. She lost all hopes as it was told that this condition is incurable.
She was reffered to us by one of our patient Mr Bhatt. She was a bit nervous and it took quite a long time to explain the disease and it's treatment protocol. She was glad to know so many details about psoriasis which nobody took pains to explain her before.
While taking her case details we noted that she was a widow since 10 years and has gone through a difficult phase in life. She always felt nervous. Her psoriasis first started after going through a emotional trauma when her only daughter married against her wish. That was the time she felt totally ignored and cheated by her daughter, for whom according to her she had done so many things.
Her psoriasis developed on palms and soles and she started feeling ashamed. She started avoiding social contact.
After taking her case details she was prescribed two months medicines along with the instructions to consume the medicines. She said she felt better after the interview as this was the first time she was guided so nicely and her doubt that this disease is contagious is busted.
After 2 months of treatment, her psoriasis lesions on palms were 50% better and on soles it was 20% better. She was happy to note that her itching and cracks were reduced by 50%.
At four months follow up her soles were clear by about 60% and palms were 80% better. There was a sense of complete well being. She was more expressive as her confidance was back.
At 6 months follow up her psoriasis is 90% better. Before after photos have been attached for reference. She was in tears while describing her happiness. She has been advised to continue medication for complete recovery and to avoid relapses.