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What if my psoriasis treatment stops working?

Your skin may eventually stop responding to your psoriasis treatment. This is not uncommon. If a treatment that was working seems to lose its effectiveness, be sure to contact your doctor immediately. They can help you find a new treatment that works. In an effort to avoid this problem, and to prevent side effects from continuous use of the same treatment, your doctor may rotate treatments every year or so.

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