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Almost one week into my 14th month, and – from the looks of things – probably many more months to go. Shortly after my last post in early March, I experienced yet another flare. My skin got itchy, red, flaky and rashy. My skin gradually worsen before culminating in my 4th rage. Areas affected, in order of severity, included the back of my knee, neck, arm flexures, wrist, stomach and pre orbital/oral area. Calf and shin are slightly affected. Small independent patches of dry itchy skin appeared on my torso – but they are going away.

Topical steroids for knee pain

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