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Kim Kardashian reveals that psoriasis has ‘taken over’ her body and she needs help ASAP

Odette Odendaal
Dec 25, 2018
12:56 P.M.
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Kim Kardashian took to Twitter to ask for help with psoriasis she said is worse than it's ever been, having tried many remedies.

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Deciding that the time for taking action has come, Kim decided to ask fans for advice while seriously considering going on medication for her skin condition.

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On Sunday Kim took to Twitter and wrote:

“I think the time has come I start medication for psoriasis. I’ve never seen it like this before, and I can’t even cover it at this point. It’s taken over my body. Has anyone tried medication for psoriasis & what kind works best? Need help ASAP!!!”

Read more on our Twitter account @amomama_usa.

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Fans were quick to offer advice as one urged Kim to go all natural and to cut all dairy and meat, adding that her regular self-tanning regiment is probably not helping.

Another follower swears by his meat and low carb diet, as it cleared after struggling for with this chronic inflammatory skin disease for 30 years.

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Other advise followed medication based solutions, as a follower said she had been diagnosed as having one of the top 10 worst cases in Australia, and after receiving a shot of Cosentyx, an injectable biological medication, she is entirely psoriasis free.

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Another follower concurred the efficiency of the Cosentyx injections received on a monthly basis, as this too worked for her.

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Kim first opened up on her website and social media about discovering she psoriasis in 2017. She spoke of trying to find something that worked for years, but to no avail, as Kim wrote on her website:

“I got it for the first time at the DASH store opening in New York. I wore this all-sequin dress, and I started getting really itchy. I thought it was just a rash caused by the fabric, but then the rash was COVERING my legs, and my mom was like, ‘I think you have psoriasis!!!’ She has it too, and it’s hereditary, so she spotted the symptoms immediately … After this many years, I’ve really learned to live with it.”

Only a few days before her desperate post for help regarding her skin condition, Kim posed for a photoshoot directed by her 5-year-old daughter, North and posted pictures of the fun they had to Instagram.

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Dressed in a short silk white dress she and North mirrored poses, as Kim showed off scantily covered legs and a plunging neckline. Kim captioned the picture:

"Me & my bff! ? North came to visit me on set & said momma can we do a photo shoot together just me & you! I followed her poses & direction, so here it is! I always dreamed of having a baby girl & she’s perfect!"

Thankfully her skin condition did not ruin the night of family fun.

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During a recent interview with Busy Phillipps on 'Busy Tonight,' Kim spoke of how excited she is for Christmas this year, especially her five-year-old daughter, North West.

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The Kardashians are known for their exuberant Christmas decorations, but North West may be outdoing the family soon, as Kim shared that North is developing her own Christmas decorating style. North even got her own tree to practice on as Kim said:

"I got North an all Squishy tree with ornaments that are Squishies. She is going to be in heaven when we decorate it tomorrow."

Kim hoped that her Christmas decorations are better than her mom, Kris Jenner's decorations since she hosted this year's Christmas Eve party. But Kim surely figured it out and enjoyed the evening with her family.

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