Stick to your plan. Remicade is a good drug for most. You just need to make sure that you stick to the schedule. If you miss appointments your body can begin to build antibodies and your daughter will have to stop it. The schedule isn't to bad and I did not have any side effects. I di however have to come off of it for another non related procedure and it was two weks and two days that I went for my next infusion and my body was very unhappy. Switched to Humira for 18 months and now I'm on Cimzia. I truly believe that the Remicade would have done the trick. Good luck to you and your daughter.
Formal diagnosis 3/2006, IBS 1992, Degenerative Arthritis Facet block and RFA, Seizure Disorder, Severe Carpal Tunnel both hands, SVT arrythmia, 2004 cardiac Ablation
Cushings Syndrome(thanks Prednisone), Asthma, Multiple Laps for ovarian adhesion to bowel, C/5 & 6 disc herniation - plate with screws, resistant to anethesia/most pain meds.
Multitude of Meds. Have tried most Crohn's meds - now on Humira. Gall bladder removal and Intestinal Lap. sched. for June 08.