Impact of Generalized Pustular Psoriasis from the Perspective of People Living with the Condition: Results of an Online Survey

24 November 2021

By IFPA

Nine people living with Generalized pustular psoriasis (GPP) recently responded to an online survey about the impact of their condition. Results revealed delayed diagnosis, worsening episodes of flares, and changes in mood among other burdens. The emotional and physical difficulty of living with GPP is underrecognized, and impacts ability to perform activities of daily living.

100%

experienced worsening symptoms of GPP in the last 12 months

58%

said GPP had a high impact on ability to exercise

47%

had difficulty wearing shoes during a flare

38%

reported living with GPP for years before receiving correct diagnosis

83%

attributed disease flares to emotional stress

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