How to Remove Psoriasis on genital area, Penis and Anus: real info for All.

The scene is set, a candlelit romantic dinner has been inexorably followed by a retreat to the boudoir and then comes that moment of unzipping your pants and dropping your boxers…Bingo! You have Psoriasis on your penis! Not only does it look terrible but will you convince her (or him) that is not some very nasty Sexually Transmitted Disease which is contagious? You would need to know someone intimately before they were comfortable with having ‘that’ reveal. So how can you treat Psoriasis on a personal area?

The challenge that is genital Psoriasis

If you are single then your genital Psoriasis is well under wraps, your secret safe from prying eyes. The challenge is if you do want a relationship or crave a one night stand, treating a condition that is confined to a warm dark area famed for other bacterial and fungal skin disorders.

Remember, genital psoriasis is not a location where you can run riot with corticosteroid cream either as liberal applications can damage those vital structures.

Psoriasis and love affairs

The landscape of Psoriasis ensures that many sufferers experience a generally poor body image the psychological and emotional effects of which are distressing, disturbing and deep-rooted. Forget sex, some avoid close engagements altogether, fearful of being seen naked. This is gender neutral, it does not discriminate, Psoriasis affects women’s attitude towards dating just as much as men. Leaving the lights off permanently or pleading a power cut is not realistically an option, nor is waiting months before you trust someone enough to climb between the sheets.

Many people use clothing in clever and inventive ways or makeup to disguise blemishes and lesions, no different to anyone prepping for a hot date but that hardly works for nude encounters. You could get lucky and wait for a remission period when the Psoriasis is absent before hitting on Tinder or chatting up that luscious colleague in the office but that’s not really a cool mantra for living your life, no recipe for happiness.

Talking therapy

Psoriasis is a lifetime battle, if you have Psoriasis in embarrassing areas then you have probably been worried and defensive about it for years. One of the best things to do is to share your anxieties with someone who has experienced the same. There are lots of online forums and user groups, support services and chat bots where you can hook up perfectly anonymously with another Psoriasis victim who has undergone your exact scenario. A really excellent starting point is TalkPsoriasis.

Read about the mental trauma of Psoriasis in general terms, there are loads of blogs and articles to get you going before you feel ready to actually engage with a real person. Take time to explore the impact Psoriasis has on your interaction with people and then explore the symptoms and treatment possibilities. This is a holistic approach, coming to terms with your value as a human being, accepting yourself before others can plus practical advice and top tips to smooth the pathway to special relations. There are countless success stories contributed by people on your journey and with happy endings.

If you want practical guidance and support, it is available in abundance. It is perfectly possible to treat and improve genital Psoriasis and if you don’t believe this then take a look at some of these pictures.

How can I improve Psoriasis on my penis?

Many male Psoriasis sufferers experience Psoriasis on their penis, it’s just not widely discussed. Psoriasis likes body folds so underneath the breasts in women, armpits and in the genital area.

Skin can appear smooth and taut looking, red and sore. There can be an accumulation of skin cells creating a silvery, scaly appearance. Worse, the Psoriasis can be flaky, itchy and uncomfortable. Unfortunately, there is no absolute cure for Psoriasis on the penis other than dormancy but there are lots of things you can do to help improve it.

Persistency has its rewards

Genital Psoriasis is stubborn and won’t melt away overnight so you need to be determined and consistent in your approach. Because of the delicate area, thoughtful consideration needs to be given to the choice of treatment.

Topical creams and gels placed directly onto the skin can inhibit and decrease the rate of skin growth and relieve discomfort. Corticosteroids do have a place here but at low strength. Consult a specialist or dermatologist who can prescribe a programme for you. There are some remedies borrowed from the field of Eczema such as Pimecrolimus and Tacrolimus which have proven efficacy. Steroids must be used under medical supervision. Prolonged exposure leads the skin to thin and can cause other serious problems. Cleanliness and moisturising after thorough drying are very helpful, try and aim for organic or fragrance-free lotions to reflect the sensitivity of the area.

Phototherapy or light treatment is another possible choice. Seek qualified advice as overdosing on the UVB light can be very harmful.

Psoriasis on the anus

Depending on the exact location, this may be treated a little more robustly if the outbreak is sited more towards the lower back. Any Psoriasis close to the actual anus or genital area in both men and women needs circumspection and should be managed conservatively.

 

 

Article References:

  1. https://www.inspire.com/groups/talk-psoriasis/

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