If I Have Psoriasis Will I Also Have Psoriatic Arthritis?

Medically reviewed in March 2022

Just because you have psoriasis doesn't mean you'll get psoriatic arthritis. The two conditions may occur together—or separately, explains Darria Long-Gillespie, MD.

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