For many people with psoriasis, injectable therapies are an important component of their treatment plan. A person can administer these at home by following several steps.

Biologics are the most common type of injectable therapy, but other medications, such as methotrexate, may also be in injection form.

A healthcare professional can administer injectable therapies, or a person can do this at home. Timings for these medications are relatively frequent — as often as twice a week. Therefore, many people with psoriasis choose to administer injectable medications themselves or with the help of a loved one.  

Explore the infographic below to learn how to administer self-injections for psoriasis at home.

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