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Body joints cracking/popping with psoriasis

Hi all,

I have psoriasis and have been taking medication for it and I have been improving, however, my other problem, which Im not sure if it is related to the psoriasis, is that my bones and joints keep cracking. when i say cracking, i mean i twist my back and it makes the popping sounds. This also happens when i strech my arms or raise them above my head my elbow and shoulder pop. Also, my ankle, hip bone, knee, wrist, fingers and toes, and even my neck. Also,sometimes my sternum (front of chest) will pop when i lean backwards. It has become so frequent that I pop at least one joint probably every 20 minutes at least. The popping is worst in my back(upper and lower), shoulders, and neck. It is also really bad when I first wake up. After waking up, turning my head causes popping my neck and even when i just stand up and bend down to touch my toes, so much of my back will begin cracking/popping.

if i try to ignore my body by not cracking/popping my joints, my body feels discomfort and sometimes i am even in pain from not cracking, especially my back.

i wanted to mention that i have psoriasis because i dont want my medicine for hte cracking to affect the psoriasis negatively. please share any ideas you may have about treatments for this issue.

thank you in advance
  zd1994 on 2012-06-04
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Which medicines are you taking for psoriasis?
Niel Madhavan last decade
petroleum, kali ars, sulphur most often

on bi weekly cycle i also take carcinosium, graphites, anthrocinisium too

i also just stopped taking kali sulph.
zd1994 last decade
Also, for more information, I am an 18 year old girl. Live in the US. Average height and weight. Other health conditions are all normal to my knowledge. I have also cut off eating any meat for the past year to help with the psoriasis.
zd1994 last decade
That is too many medicines...

How long have been taking them?
What is the extent of improvement?
Niel Madhavan last decade
I got this prescription because when i dont use the combination, the symptoms return.

ive been taking them for about 6 months but at different doses

GREAT improvement--i went from not even being able to get out of bed in january to being completely normal with the exception of a little psoriasis left on my feet and easily drying skin which I can easily fix by moisturizing

The petroleum also helps me with the dryness and that is my main medicine. I only take kali ars once a day and sulphur i only take once a day in very low dose if i am very itchy.

When i take the other medicines i listed (1 time every 2 weeks) i take those without any other medicine each day so i do one day carc. one day graphites, one day anthrocinisium. This cycle of these three medicines I started only about 2 months ago
zd1994 last decade
This is not how homeopathy works...it's madness on the part of a homeopath to prescribe so many deep-acting remedies once.

I seriously think that your current problems are a side effect of this medication.

I will be willing to take your case only if you are ready to abandon this treatment.

Niel Madhavan last decade
I too have psoriasis of skin and popping and cracking joints. What treatment should I go through.
irfan517 5 years ago

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