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Welcome to More than Psoriasis. If you are living with psoriasis, or you are close to someone who does, then this site has been created especially for you. Psoriasis is a challenging condition to live with, no matter how mild or severe the symptoms, but it doesn't have to stop you from leading the life you choose.

We'll give you clear facts and practical advice so you can understand your psoriasis and manage it in the most effective way... for you and your life. Whatever concerns or questions you have about the condition and your choice of management we'll try to answer it here. However, if what you are looking for is not within this site, then additional support and information can be gained from visiting your healthcare professional; general practitioner, dermatologist or local nurse. There's also inspirational stuff here too: click on the links to get tips on minimising the impact of psoriasis on work, relationships or family life; information on general lifestyle advice, or why not click on a vodcast and hear what other people living with psoriasis have to say about their condition: you can start by listening to "Claire's" story.

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Sex and relationships

Sex and relationships

For many people psoriasis can feel like a barrier to intimacy and closeness. You may not like your partner to see you naked or touch your skin. Your self-confidence and body-image might be affecting your sex drive and negatively impact upon your sex life. Perhaps you are worried that your partner feels embarrassed about your psoriasis or read more...

Relationships and intimacy

Relationships and intimacy

´╗┐Your psoriasis may influence the way other people relate to you, whether they are friends, colleagues or someone special to you. Their reaction may be a response to not knowing or understanding much about the condition, and as such they lack the confidence about how to talk about it with you. No matter what their attitude, questions read more...

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