Inverse psoriasis: Do you experience it?

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Inverse psoriasis (sometimes called intertriginous or flexural psoriasis) is characterised by purple-ish, brown or darker patches that appear on the body's skin folds, so in the armpits, groin, buttocks, or near the genitals.

Studies have found that 20-30% of people with psoriasis are affected, and often people with inverse psoriasis have another type of psoriasis elsewhere on the body.

What about you? Are you affected by inverse psoriasis? If so, where? How do you manage it? Is it more painful or irritating than your other form(s) of psoriasis?
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