Pemphigus vulgaris



What is pemphigus vulgaris? Pemphigus vulgaris is a rare autoimmune skin disorder that causes blisters or bullae because there’s separation of skin cells.

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    Jeet Thakkar February 21, 2020 12:00 pm Reply
  • I have pemphigus. Vulgaris seens 2009 and i live whit it last 10 years.

    Fuad Ali February 21, 2020 12:00 pm Reply
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    AZOZ 503 February 21, 2020 12:00 pm Reply
  • How does this get cured my dog has this!!!!! He’s miserable I want to help him and my vet sucks

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  • Has anybody heard of a type of stab that forms and underneath it's got these little white spikes underneath it? It literally looks like he's a little clear to whitish looking worms underneath the scab? I started taking potassium iodide to treat for sporotrichosis but I still can't find where it says 40 trichosis has the little white nodules or whatever but it's like these little white or clear, usually whitish looking worm things and you pulled them out with the edge of toenail clippers or something and it starts bleeding like crazy and sometimes you can pull out a whole patch of them and they will be on the scab and then sometimes they're still stuck in the skin under the staff but it is only under a scab and the sad is not even a real scab, it's like some type of yellowish pus. I don't know I've never seen anything like this and I don't really know what to think about it. It almost seems like the potassium iodide is helping sad I don't know, after watching all these videos that I've seen it says that bug, flies, certain brooches and stuff will literally lay eggs inside of wounds but something is making these lesions pop up out of nowhere so whatever this is is causing the scabs and then they just get bigger once it pops up and if it heals, it doesn't truly heal because there's still something under there said it looks better than a stab. I don't know what this s*** is but it's the craziest looking thing I've ever seen

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    Κωνσταντίνος Παπαγεωργίου February 21, 2020 12:00 pm Reply
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    Samina Thapaliya February 21, 2020 12:00 pm Reply
  • it was a very helpful video.
    Can we differentiate the Pemphigus Vulgaris and other Pemphigus types by just looking or other new techniques…?

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  • Onset 11/14… significant recovery 6/2017. 2018 only minor, occasional blistering and typically appearing below knees… and especially on old site locations. Clobetasol , Benadryl 100mg every 4 hrs, doxycycline …. Prayers prayers and prayers…. and never blaming God. Oddly, once returned to 'apparent' health… RLS began and the prime cause is Benadryl !! Benadryl was a significant reliever during this experience.. then it became the aggravator of RLS. And…. be very aware that any use of pain medications… namely opioids… can be very counter productive since it allows exacerbation of all symptoms

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    DOCTOR'S CARE February 21, 2020 12:00 pm Reply
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  • Can you please make a video on Helicobacter pylori! That would be awesome.

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