Your chances of having psoriasis are higher if someone in your family has it, but people with no family history can have it. Genes aren’t the only factor.
Psoriasis on the buttcrack, buttocks, and anus can cause discomfort and embarrassment. Here’s how to deal with itching, cracking, and bleeding skin.
Psoriatic Disease is an autoimmune disease. Read more about psoriatic disease, including, symptoms, causes, treatments, and more.
Most people associate psoriasis with plaque psoriasis, but there are other types and subtypes including guttate, inverse, and pustular psoriasis.
Gene mutations may predispose you to psoriasis, but any number of environmental, lifestyle, or health risk factors can trigger flares and acute symptoms.
Red, itchy, scaly skin is typical of plaque psoriasis, but there are other types of the disease that cause symptoms affecting the nails, eyes, or joints.
Learn what you need to know about genetic risk, planning and managing pregnancy, delivery, and breastfeeding while living with psoriasis.
Read up on the facts about psoriasis and help reduce stigma around the condition.
Erythrodermic psoriasis is a serious form of psoriasis with a widespread red rash and severe skin peeling. It can have life-threatening complications.
Genital psoriasis is not contagious but can cause pain and interfere with your sexual life. Learn the causes and treatment of this autoimmune disorder.