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Psoriatic Arthritis

9 Ways PsA Affects Women and Men Differently

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genetics
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Women Are More Likely to Have a Strong Genetic Link to PsA


back pain
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Men Tend to Have More PsA Back Pain


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Women With PsA Often Experience Severe Pain and Depression


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Men Tend to Show PsA X-Ray Damage Earlier


toe pain
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Women Feel PsA in Their Knees, Elbows, Fingers, and Toes


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Men With PsA Tend to Suffer Less Disability


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Women With PsA Are More Likely to Discontinue Treatment


fatigue
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Men Are Less Likely to Seek PsA Support


wrist pain at work
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Women With PsA Often Report Their Needs Are Not Met at Work


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PsA Knowledge Empowers Both Men and Women


Tracy Davenport, Ph.D.

Tracy Davenport, Ph.D.

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