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By babypenguin00 / Saturday 29 August 2015 19:20 / United States - Newark
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By  DMA0712  |  22

If they aren't going to accept you just because of something you were born with, and then accuse you of lying about it, you're better off without them. Chin up OP, you'll find better.

By  Wizardo  |  33

If you see a dermatologist they can hopefully gibe you medicine to help control the condition. In the meantime, I recommend using Neutrogena T/Gel, they have a specific one that caters to helping with psoriasis!

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  muzy  |  23

The way I see it, if they lack the mental acuity to look up a disorder online, then you're better off without them, mate! If I were you, I'd have thrown a handful at her and told her to keep it as a memento.

By  DMA0712  |  22

If they aren't going to accept you just because of something you were born with, and then accuse you of lying about it, you're better off without them. Chin up OP, you'll find better.

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  mxgirl1998  |  25

Exactly. I can't understand how some girls can be so mean. One day you'll find a girl who understands op, don't let them get to you because if they acted like that you may have dodged a few bullets.

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  michaelaranda  |  28

This might be a little of ops fault too. He shouldve explained this the first time they slept over. My cousin had ibs and he gave warning to every girl he dated, and they were all very understanding. I have the same disease op, psoriasis, not ibs , and my second girlfriend broke up with me because of this problem. Ive since explained it to every girl whenever it was appropriate, not necessarily the first date, and every girl since is understanding and accommodating. Still fucked up that she broke up with you cause of this though, and i know exactly how it feels having gone through this exact thing myself. Go out with nicer girls and tell them about your problem when it's necessary. Still sucks though op.

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  michaelaranda  |  28

Also, go to a dermatologist. They can properly evaluate your condition and the severity. They will give you the best advice on how to deal with it. Not all the shampoos or creams work for everyone, and they're too expensive to just try and see if they work.

By  alee38410  |  5

Over dandruff ? Really ?

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  JustinJK  |  21

Playing devils advocate here. I can't stand dandruff it grosses me out like bad teeth. But if I were to break up with someone over it, I wouldn't be as stupid as the ex gfs to say that he has a made up disease. However I wouldn't even go into the relationship. If it bothers them that much that made them break up, it would've probably bothered them in the beginning too.

By  Wizardo  |  33

If you see a dermatologist they can hopefully gibe you medicine to help control the condition. In the meantime, I recommend using Neutrogena T/Gel, they have a specific one that caters to helping with psoriasis!

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  WD_Stevens  |  22

Am I the only one who read the last half of that comment in the voice of a TV salesman?

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  kirkaygri  |  18

I second T Gel. Or any generic version. It had coal tar in it, which is fantastic for psoriasis. It works as a body gel, too, and helps with itching. Just be sure you let it sit a few minutes like the directions say.

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  viperAUS  |  15

#5 that stuff never worked for me

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  pokemyeyes  |  23

mix tea tree oil in with your shampoo, lather it on then leave it as a sort of mask for 5-10 mins whilst you do other shower things then rinse off. it helps

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  chriss2015  |  13

Coconut oil is a great natural moisturizer too. A few drops in your conditioner will help a lot. I've found natural products actually work wonders for extremely bad dandruff as well. Good luck OP!

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  lishabear  |  21

Coconut oil is amazing for everything! Another thing to try is apple cider vinegar. Apply in the shower, let sit for a few minutes, rinse. Your head will not smell like vinegar as long as you rinse well. Promise. :)

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  jodyl1  |  5

T/Gel plus Clobex and Dermazinc is what it takes to keep my scalp under control. Every Psoriasis patient responds differently, so you have to try and find what works for you. oils, milk baths, oatmeal rubs, steroids, high doses of vitamins D

By  Omfgitsmia  |  15

Those girls are idiots. However, they do have treatments to manage it. Waking up in a bed full of dandruff is gross no matter the case. I could see if you had something that couldn't be treated.

By  KRYPYAT  |  14

Wow, what a bunch of jerks. Dumped for having dandruff? Really? That's a horrible excuse to dump someone for. Sorry, OP. Good luck controlling it, and maybe you can give them a piece of your mind.

By  SMcGwier  |  4

You obviously need to start dating smarter women who realize psoriasis is a legit autoimmune disease. However, you should probably also see a dermatologist for it if you haven't already so you can at least manage the dandruff.

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