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11 Signs You Might Have Psoriatic Arthritis

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Patient discussing symptoms with her doctor.
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Man talking to a doctor about his psoriasis diagnosis.
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You’ve been diagnosed with psoriasis


Woman holding hands and walking with an older relative.
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You have a family history of psoriatic disease


Man experiencing neck pain.
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You don’t have psoriasis, but you’re symptomatic


Woman with morning stiffness in her neck.
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You have morning stiffness


Woman with swollen fingers.
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Your fingers or toes are swollen


Woman with swollen toes.
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The first joints in your fingers or toes feel sore


Man with hand pain.
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The joint pain is asymmetrical


Woman with foot pain.
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You have foot pain


Man with shoulder pain.
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You have pain in larger joints


Woman looking at her fingernails.
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Your nails are pitted


Man sleeping during the day.
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You’re more tired than usual


Casey Nilsson

Casey Nilsson

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Casey Nilsson, an award-winning journalist and magazine editor based in Rhode Island, writes about autoimmune disease for HealthCentral. Casey is a 2018 Association of Health Care Journalists fellow, and her reporting on unfair labor conditions for people with disabilities was a finalist for the City and Regional Magazine Association Awards. Diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis in 2016, Casey enjoys digging into rheumatologic news, research and trends.