Posted 10/19/2006 7:03 PM (GMT -7)
judyinky said...
It has been 3 and a half months now since I started on Humira shots every other week. At my last appt with my Dermatologist I was wanting to switch to Enbrel, but he wanted me to give it another month. I am finally seeing results of drying, less itching and some fading of the psoriaisis. tongue My D said it had worked much faster for some people. I guess my body is just stubborn. Hopefully this will continue because it does help the arthritis part of the PA really well.  I just wanted to let you all know  that I am doing better.
Thanks for your support.
Be Well,

I hope you get better as much as you have no pain and psoriasis AT ALL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Keep in  touch......
Official dx, but I have doubts: chronic reiter's syndrome (1yr and 6 mnths).
suffer form chronic uveitis, conjuctivitis, mild arthritis, subfebrile fever and fatigue, also showing some strange kidney pain

Posted 10/20/2006 12:52 AM (GMT -7)
yea Judy! can take months for it to take effect. and look for even further advances to your benefit as the year goes on. and don't be surprised if your dose of Humira is bumped up to maybe every 10 days or every week as we grow "tolerant"....but that's far in advanced so don't worry! that was just my example of a personal dealing with it.
may this be a start of a beautiful year to come. the best to you!
Active/Severe Rheumatory Arthritis. Crohns. AS. Chiari Malformation & Right Brain venous anomoly. Partial complex seizures. Emphysema. Rheumatic Lung & Heart. MVP and Tricuspid prolapse. Had Lymes disease for 10 years.
Meds: Remicade Infusions; Prednisone 20mg; Pentasa 4G daily; Imuran 75mg; Dilaudid; Diazepam; Avinza; Reglan; Antivert; LidoDerm; MiraLax; Restaril; Trazodone & too many others.

Posted 10/20/2006 9:50 AM (GMT -7)
Thanks Marius and Erin,
I appreciate the encouraging posts. I was gettting discouraged last month before I saw my doctor. He told me he would hate to stop it if it was about to work. I decided on another month, and am glad I did. It sounds like it has worked for you Erin. I"m glad they have these drugs now, even with their side effects, they give us freedom from a lot of suffering.

Thanks to everyone for your good wishes. :-)

Be Well,

"Hope is seldom found in the things we can see;it is the sweet fragrance of grace."



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