Q&A Spotlight on Psoriasis and Diet

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Do hormonal changes, such as childbirth or menopause have a negative impact on psoriasis?

Hormonal changes do have impact on psoriasis. It is well known that psoriasis often improves during pregnancy and flares postpartum. During menopause estrogen levels drop. This may cause psoriasis flares. It would be helpful to discuss these life changes with your dermatologist to see if this will impact treatment decisions.

Psoriasis and Diet Webinar

This webinar can be viewed below.

Presented by Dermatologist, Dr. Irina Turchin, MD, FRCPC, Brunswick Dermatology Center, Fredericton, NB and Sandra Saville, Registered Dietitian, Saville Nutrition Consulting.

The information in this webinar series is general information only. The opinions expressed in this series are those of the speakers and reflect personal clinical experience and perspectives. Any personal questions and concerns, including the risks and benefits of any diet or psoriasis treatment for you, should be discussed with your doctor or dermatologist. Before starting a new diet or before making any changes to your treatment plan, talk to you doctor or dermatologist to determine what is best for your individual situation.

The information in this webinar series, including Q&A, is general information only. The opinions expressed in this series are those of the speakers and reflect personal clinical experience and perspectives. Any personal questions and concerns, including the risks and benefits of any diet or psoriasis treatment for you, should be discussed with your doctor or dermatologist. Before starting a new diet or before making any changes to your treatment plan, talk to you doctor or dermatologist to determine what is best for your individual situation.
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