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Flurandrenolide - Can I get a roll Cordran tape somewhere it won't cost a fortune? I used to pay $50
Posted 20 hours ago • 0 answers
Cordran tape now costs$600-$700 a roll. What happened to the $50 I used to pay? It's the only product thst5 gives me relief from my psoriasis.
Posted 20 Apr 2015 • 3 answers
Failed 2X pegasys & ribavirin (miserable sides). Stage 4 compensated cirrhosis with insulin dependent diabetes, high blood pressure and horrible plaque psoriasis (got the p from previous tx with interferon). Really happy and grateful to get another chance to get rid of this of 30 years. ...
Posted 16 Dec 2017 • 1 answer
I have had psoriasis since age of 11 i am now 40, i have been through majority of lotions and potions throughout the years, puva was very effective at times of guttate breakouts, i started methetrexate oct 2016 as i was fed up of the breakouts in between dermotology appointments, it took a while to ...
Plaque psoriasis WORSE since Stelara. Took 3 shots of 45ml- has anyone else seen their psoriasis get
Posted 15 Dec 2015 • 3 answers
... worse from Stelara? Don't know how to stop the progression-worried that it will keep getting worse. More spots on feet, fingers, & legs!
Posted 25 Aug 2017 • 1 answer
Posted 21 Dec 2017 • 2 answers
... my skin is tight, and I do continue to drink alchohol everyday I have chronic plaque psoriasis, and it is mostly concentrated on my ankles and feet, and my lower legs I can relieve some of the discomfort, with a salve called triamcinolone acetonide given to me by my skin dr.
Posted 24 Sep 2015 • 2 answers
Was on Stelara 90mg for 3 years for plaque psoriasis weaned off over several months. Psoriasis is very well managed but now experiencing severe joint pain. Last Stelara dose was about 4-6 months ago.
Posted 27 Mar 2018 • 1 answer
Everyone on this page talks about how their skin has improved. I'm more interested in my joint pain and how Stelara alleviates that. Can someone please help me by addressing those issues. I work 9 hours a day on my feet and some days I can barely move when I get out of bed. Some days it hurts ...
Posted 10 Oct 2015 • 1 answer
Started Simponi IV infusion, 1st one was a breeze. 2nd (4weeks later) was the worse I have ever felt. A true "Chemo" reaction Sores in my mouth tongue,exhausted. Just as my mouth healed I started developing psoriasis on my palms and my scalp got worse. Today joints started hurting again. ...
Posted 28 Oct 2016 • 1 answer
... My Scalp Is Pretty severe, I've tried a couple of different things but so far no luck. I shower every morning around 6 am and by 3 pm it's always back
Posted 8 Nov 2016 • 1 answer
I will be starting Stelara very soon after trying many other medications for my plaque psoriasis that was unsuccessful.
Posted 19 Jun 2018 • 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com
Posted 7 Nov 2018 • 0 answers
My 19 year old daughter is currently taking Methotrexate to treat severe Psoriasis. She is often ill, particularly with sore throats which is stopping her attending college. My husband takes Humira and has no side effects. My daughter is thinking of switching to Humira but given her young age is ...
Posted 13 Feb 2016 • 1 answer
I have been on methrotrexate since January 24. For the first couple of weeks, it seemed like my psoriasis was improving. However this past Sunday morning I woke up and it seemed like it spread and had been spreading since... not sure if this is the psyrosis spreading or a rash from the ...
Posted 16 May 2016 • 1 answer
I have took Methotrexate nearly three months. But to my surprise, it becomes worse than worse. Lots of new psoriasis come out. It looks like so terrible. I worry much about it. So I want to know whether it's normal. Others have the same horrible suffering of me?
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