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Humira Treatment Psoriasis
Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease involving the skin, nails, and occasionally the joints. It is not contagious. There are several types of skin lesions, most common variety being large red scaly itchy plaques on extensor surfaces such as elbows and knees. Psoriasis can be controlled by a wide variety of medications, but a cure has ...Read more
Is there another way to treat my psoriasis from psoriatic arthritis? So far have tried uv therapy, low dose radiation treatment, methotrexate, humira, enbrel, halabetasol ointment, coal tar, hylatopic, and any other cream my dermatologist could think of.
Wow: You have been through a lot. I would try the mayo clinic in mn. ...Read more
I Started taking humira (adalimumab) in January 2014, 40mg bi weekly, I have Psoriasis Arthritis. It was great. I have a problem with the insurance and I quit Hum?
What's the ?: There are alternatives for Humira (adalimumab) for your condition but the first thing would be for your doctor to request authorization which may require a peer-to-peer discussion. If still unsuccessful, consider writing to your state's insurance commissioner to file a complaint. ...Read more
I was on a humira (adalimumab) dose of every 2 weeks but psoriasis flared up a lot recently after a few years of remission. I'm on humira (adalimumab) weekly now. Is that ok?
Humira (adalimumab) every 2 weeks stopped working&got a bad psoriasis flare-up...Now on humira (adalimumab) weekly w/15mg methotrexate but still have bad psoriasis.U recommend?
Psoriasis: While Humira is an excellent therapy for severe psoriasis, there are times when it stops working. Another option for you may be stelara (ustekinumab) which is also an injectable treatment which works a little differently than does Humira and is extremely effective in many patients. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How well does humira (adalimumab) actually work for psoriasis? And what does it mean to be moderate/severe?
Well enough: Humira (adalimumab) targets the tumor necrosis factor (tnf) which is involved in inflammation and immune response. However when there is too much, the target may get damaged. Psoriasis involving mainly the skin, phototherapy may be helpful. But for arthritis, Humira (adalimumab) (and other tnf inhibitors) is a good option. They all have similar side effects- the risk of severe infection. Good luck to you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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