Managing Psoriatic Disease Medications 

A woman pharmacist explains a medication label to a elderly man.

Managing your psoriatic disease often involves prescription medications, which are prepared and dispensed by a pharmacist. Pharmacists are a valuable part of your health care team, especially if you are taking multiple medications or living with additional health conditions. Knowing how to work with your pharmacist and what they can help you with is an important part of managing your psoriatic disease.

Request your free resource and learn more about:

  • Questions to ask your pharmacist such as medication storage, side effects or risks, and financial assistance.
  • Checking for contraindications and drug interactions
  • Tips for working with your pharmacy to manage your psoriatic disease and other health conditions

(An NPF Patient Navigator will email your resource(s) to you within 1-3 business days.)

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