Know What To Look For

It’s important to monitor the symptoms of your psoriatic disease, and to know what to look for.

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You have an important role to play in managing your condition. Know more about psoriatic disease and psoriatic arthritis, listen to your body and don’t be afraid to seek advice.

You can check for symptoms of your psoriatic disease by answering the following questions:1

Have you ever had a swollen joint (or joints)?


Has a doctor ever told you that you have arthritis?


Do your fingernails or toenails have holes or pits?


Have you had pain in your heel?


Have you had a finger or toe that was completely swollen and painful for no apparent reason?


CLICK ON THIS DIAGRAM WHERE YOUR BODY FEELS TENDER OR SORE

Body diagram

You can take this information to your doctor and work together on a plan to care for your psoriatic disease.

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KEEP MONITORING THE SYMPTOMS OF YOUR PSORIATIC DISEASE

It’s important to keep monitoring the symptoms of psoriatic disease, even after agreeing a treatment plan with your doctor.

We recommend regular check-ins to keep on top of any changes in your symptoms and to speak to a doctor as soon as possible.

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