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Originally posted on The WANDER (FULL) LIFE:
Despite the pandemic and the still uncertain times, we choose to see beyond and appreciate the outdoors just like what we did on the 1st weekend of 2020 – we opened it on a camp at Sirao Peak with closest of friends. 2020 Welcome Flashback @ Sirao Peak…
I’m no John Baptist but it’s heartwarming to have a bit of his bravery now and then. He was a weird fellow, very confident in what God thinks of him that he didn’t mind what the world thinks. I remembered I use to be that person, weirdly confident in my weirdness that no amount ofContinue reading “Confidently Weird”
Tuesday, November 10 was my last day of using the ointment cream as it was already 2 weeks since my last Derma checkup. Since only my back has major lesion, the Derma prescribed Halobetasol for the 1st week and then continued on Betamethasone on the 2nd week. After a week, the improvement was awesome. ItContinue reading “Prayers for a Healthy You”
Publish a book or become a Youtube influencer with 1k followers enough to monetize by 40. Close all my social media and just go dark until I can figure out what I really want to do with my life. Start a new blog “Paint Me A 40” narrating how I’m feeling right now at 34Continue reading “Can Psoriasis Affect Your Brain?”
Psoriasis, per my readings, is hard to please and unpredictable. At first, I was confused when my derma suggested to use my ointment per 1 week each time, but as I read more on Psoriasis, I have understood. Felt blessed to have found a derma who started things slow for me, both for my skinContinue reading “Skin Treatment That Has Worked For Me”
Today is the 7th day of my 2nd Psor treatment. Just like the 1st, my skin is responding well! Tomorrow, I will stop using my new cream (Halobetasol) and continue with my 1st Psor treatment cream (Betamethasone). My derma’s strategy is using creams sparingly for a week only so I don’t develop immunity. It doesContinue reading “Update: Goodbye Back Psor!”
Per my previous blog header, I declared that I was diagnosed with Psoriasis on October 1 because I actually want to forget about my 1st derma checkup on September 29 as it was a little STRESSful to remember. But realizing how the monthsary sync with the date for “World Psoriasis Day”, I think I canContinue reading “Life with Psor Turns 1 Month Today!”
This was the longest check-up marathon of someone who hated medical check-ups. 5 different doctors in a span of 2 weeks. If there’s another thing to thank in this quarantine, it is appreciating the rise of telemedicine. Without it, for sure, the already delayed check-ups would be delayed further as we all know, going toContinue reading “From PCOS to Seborrheic Dermatitis to a Possible Psoriasis”
25 days has passed since the diagnosis but it still feels surreal (pso-real). Thankfully, unlike the first week, I already have days where I woke up feeling psor-free. Psoriasis is a long-lasting, noncontagious autoimmune disease characterized by raised areas of abnormal skin. These areas are typically red, or purple on some people with darker skin, dry, itchy, and scaly. Psoriasis varies in severity from small,Continue reading “The Day I Was Diagnosed with Psoriasis”
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