The focus here is on treatment options (prescription drugs and topicals) as well as managing our expectations. We all learn early in the journey that treatment is a roll of the dice — what works for one doesn’t work for all. We also learn that not all dermatologists are PRP savvy.
✓ Standard therapies (NORD PRP Report)
✓ Laddered Treatment for Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris (Dermatology Times)
What are the treatment options for PRP?
✽ What are PRP patient resources a secret?
✽ Is PRP and autoinflammatory or autoimmune disease?
How bad is my version of PRP going to get?
Finding and evaluating online resources
The challenges we face treating PRP
✽ Testing your liver — Food for thought
More on retinoids
More on immunosuppressants
More on biologicals
What do I need to know about etanercept/Enbrel?
What do I need to know about secukinumab/Cosentyx?
What do I need to know about adalimumab/Humira?
What do I need to know about infliximab/Remicade?
What do I need to know about ustekinumab/Stelara?
What do I need to know about ixekizumab/Taltz?
What do I need to know about golimumab/Simponi?
What do I need to know about certolizumab/Cimzia?
The efficacy of Tumor Necrosis Factor (TNF)
Another biological (guselkumab/Tremfya) approved for psoriasis.
What do I need to know about apremilast/Otezla?
What do I need to know about gabapentin?
What do I need to know about hydroxyzine for itch relief?
Patient feedback on prednisone NEW (December 7, 2018)
More on other therapies?
Complementary Health Options
Finding Professional Healthcare Resources
Treating PRP [TC2]