Do any of you psoriasis sufferers also see bulging veins and/or spider veins?

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   Posted 4/20/2017 12:21 PM (GMT -6)   
Allergies are related to skin conditions....has anyone seen deoxyhemoglobin vasodilator as a mode of treatment because it is medical grade CO2 applied to the skin to enhance blood flow?

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   Posted 4/20/2017 6:38 PM (GMT -6)   
We have had folks come through here asking questions similar to yours about other health issues. I am always leery when I go on a website & the first thing I see at the top is "deal of the day". My thoughts are if this is so grand why aren't drs telling their patients about it.

I have had spider veins since I was a teen, long before I ever had psoriasis. I wil not comment about there being a connection. Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease, it is not a skin allergy.

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   Posted Today 11:35 AM (GMT -6)   
Hello Susie,

Thanks for your response, and please allow me to elaborate. The Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology just published an article that showed the top disease states that psoriasis suffers were at risk of having, number one one being rheumatoid arthritis, and 4th- Systemic Sclerosis, which affects connective tissue and can cause scarring, skin thickening, and joint pain. If scleroderma occurs as a result of these changes, blood vessels under the skin may become enlarged and show through the skin, appearing as purplish marks or spots....Sound familiar?😊
Researchers say this latest increased risk data on psoriasis is genetically and environmentally based and furthermore, according to the Mayo clinic, mixed connective tissue disease causes spider veins, Susie. My point is that there are studied relationships here; conditions that overlap-other data supports findings that severe forms of psoriasis have been shown to be linked to a higher risk of cardiovascular diseases in general,etc...which brings me to this noninvasive transdermal CO2 that is FDA cleared-which is medicine that is absolutely being utilized across this country and in a lot of other countries for improving microcirculation- even here in Indianapolis...I am glad that this info is being shared and people are asking doctors about it. Wouldn't you agree Susie, that ultimately, if we stand to benefit most from the medical treatment we receive, we as the recipients should bear as much responsibility in gathering data as the Doctor who prescribes it? I was able to find 5 or 6 trials/studies on the site alone showing the same thing over and over again in subjects -I mean if you look at some of the benefits of doubling SpO2 and anyone who is willing to own the research, knows that overall health will absolutely improve. when you double and triple these vitals for extended periods of time....Susie, did you check out the science page, read any of the studies including the 14 subject study that included diabetics done by a prominent foot doctor? Would you like the name of a couple of doctors here in Indianapolis who use this technology? I truly appreciate your thoughts...


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