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    Possible Psoriatic Arthritis?
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    Dorsetttb posted:
    I have psoriasis and a friend said I might possibly have psoriatic arthritis. My feet, back of calves, lower back, and neck pretty much ache every morning as well as I am very stiff. My feet and knees turn red and swell every so often as well. I am attacking a pic of my knees.

    Any advice is appreciated.

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    Dorsetttb responded:
    For some reason I cant get the pic to post so I will just post a link...

    http://postimage.org/image/573b9n7fb/e7ca1982/
     
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff replied to Dorsetttb's response:
    Hi Dorsetttb -

    We have an excellent Skin Problems and Treatments Community with an expert. No need to post a photo - a written description is fine.

    Haylen

    p.s. We have a Psoriatic Arthritis Health Center located here: http://arthritis.webmd.com/psoriatic-arthritis/psoriatic-arthritis


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