Ok, I looked on Mayo Clinic online and this is what it said: (you can also click here, and see the whole page)
Treatment usually isn't necessary if you have a mild case of acute histoplasmosis. But if your symptoms are severe or you have the chronic or disseminated forms of the disease, you'll likely need treatment with one or more antifungal medications — most often amphotericin B (Fungizone IV) and itraconazole (Sporanox). The specific drug and the length of treatment depend on the type and severity of your illness as well as on your overall health.
If you're not a candidate for itraconazole or can't tolerate the medication, your doctor may prescribe fluconazole (Diflucan), another antifungal drug. Fluconazole isn't as effective as itraconazole, however, and you're more likely to experience a relapse with this medication.
Do you already have an appt with the infectious disease doc? Since Remicade lowers your immune system, you need to get in to see him/her pretty quick... How long have you been on Remicade?
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