Psoriatic arthritis

Psoriatic joint pain is an immune system condition. It happens when your body's resistant framework assaults solid tissue unintentionally. PsA regularly influences your skin and your joints, which can get swollen, solid, and difficult. After some time, in the event that you don'

 

Psoriatic arthritis is a type of incendiary joint pain. It influences around 1 million individuals in the United States, or 30% of individuals who have psoriasis. Psoriasis is a skin sickness that causes a red, layered rash, frequently on your elbows, knees, lower legs, feet, and hands. 

 

Psoriatic joint pain is an immune system condition. It happens when your body's resistant framework assaults solid tissue unintentionally. PsA regularly influences your skin and your joints, which can get swollen, solid, and difficult. After some time, in the event that you don't treat it, the aggravation can harm joints and tissues. 

 

Psoriatic Arthritis Symptoms 

 

The side effects of psoriatic joint pain include: 

 

  • Swollen fingers and toes 
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  • Foot torment 
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  • Lower back torment 
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  • Weariness 
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  • Growing and torment around ligament
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  • Solidness and sluggishness in the first part of the day 
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  • Less scope of movement 
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  • Nail changes 
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  • Eye redness and torment 
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  • Flaky skin, particularly on your knees, elbows, and scalp

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