It is important to follow your healthcare provider’s treatment plan and a self-care routine, even if your psoriasis symptoms improve. On the other hand, don’t give up if your treatment has not worked yet. While this is understandable, it’s not a good idea to stop the treatment without consulting your doctor. Your psoriasis can be controlled if you follow the treatment as prescribed. If you have any questions or concerns about your treatment or any side effects, talk to your doctor or healthcare team.
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