The only medications I know for the various spondyloarthropathies that are injected are Enbrel, Humira, methotrexate and Remicade. Remicade is not really an injection but an infusion via IV.
What type of ulcers are you asking about
? Stomach ulcers? Skin ulcers? Colon ulcers? To my knowledge, none of the above meds cause ulceration. The injectables can cause injection site reactions but I know of noone that has had one turn into an ulcer. Some of the spondyloarthropathies have bowel or colon problems associated with them. Because spondyloarthropathy is an autoimmune process, it can effect other systems in the body. If you provide more specifics about
the type of ulcers, we might have more answers for you.
CD, Ankylosing Spondylitis, peripheral neuropathy