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What should I ask my doctor if I have psoriasis, and I'm sick or having problems?

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If your psoriasis is making you sick, ask your doctor:

1. Am I having a flare-up? If so, why?

2. Why do my symptoms seem to be getting worse instead of better?

3. Should I try a different psoriasis treatment?

4. Is there anything I can do to make my treatments more effective?

5. Are there other conditions linked to psoriasis that may be causing my problems -- and what can be done?

SOURCES: 

National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse: “Erectile Dysfunction.” 

American Diabetes Association: “Lifestyle Changes Improve Erectile Function.” 

News release, FDA.

Weill Cornell Medical College. "Penile Implant Surgery." "Vacuum Devices for Erectile Dysfunction."

Reviewed by Michael Dansinger on May 7, 2019

SOURCES: 

National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse: “Erectile Dysfunction.” 

American Diabetes Association: “Lifestyle Changes Improve Erectile Function.” 

News release, FDA.

Weill Cornell Medical College. "Penile Implant Surgery." "Vacuum Devices for Erectile Dysfunction."

Reviewed by Michael Dansinger on May 7, 2019

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