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Posted 7 Dec 2009 by • 7 answers
I have suffered from uveitis for the past 11 years. I have unsucessfully been treated with drops, and other anti-inflammatory medications. Tomorrow, I will be given my first infusion treatment with Remicade. Though, I am encourage by the two comments posted by stacycampo and "unknown", ...
Posted 2 days ago by • 1 answer
... the pupils in my affected eye was more dilated than the unaffected eye. This is mostly noticeable in dim light. The pupil will refract, but in dim light it is much more dilated than the other one
Posted 29 Dec 2009 by • 3 answers
I have chronic anterior uveitis and cannot 'wean' off the pred forte because the uveitis flares horribly without the drops. What issues am I going to face with long-term use?
Posted 25 Jan 2013 by • 2 answers
Similar question to what I posted a few days ago ,basically Could a Niacin flush in any way cause Sub conjunctival hemorrhage in the eye or maybe even Uveitis (Iritis)?
Posted 18 Jun 2013 by • 1 answer
I am a 38 yrs old male. I was diagnosed with AS 6 years ago. I have been on embrel for past 5 yrs and it worked wonders but while on Embrel I had uveitis 3 times and my rhemotologist recently sent me a research article from Oxford university that found out that Embrel aggravates uveitis. She wants ...
Posted 24 Jul 2010 by • 1 answer
... eye)? A friend of mine has spots(floaters and strobe symptoms and was told she has pars planitis) She is 50 yrs old. Don't know what caused it, but are recommending methotrexate as a treatment.
Posted 9 Aug 2010 by • 1 answer
How to clear out the retina-pigmentation from the left eye? The iritis i have from logn ago and it comes perodically... once in 2 years.. but now due to neglegence there is pigmentation on retina... so the left eye vision is blurred?
Posted 24 Nov 2012 by • 1 answer
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Posted 29 Jan 2014 by • 1 answer
I have Uveitis, AS, and RA. I have had 5 infusions and am experiencing a range of side effects that come and go. I am concerned the side effects are being overlooked or discounted. Currently I have a constant dull pain in my side, a constant dry mouth for over a month that has developed white ...
Posted 15 Feb 2014 by • 1 answer
... lost my vision on my right eye. I have changed my dr. As I am very frustrated and my new dr recommend methotrexate 25mg injection once a week and also oral Pridisone 20mg a day. Has anyone done this before? If so please advise me if ended up with cure? I really appreciate any one advise of ...
Posted 19 Jun 2016 by • 1 answer
I have been getting iritis/uveitis on and off for the last year. Suddenly I have a headache that won't go away. I know that my eye is a little flared up right now (I can tell by the vision), but the headache is scaring me. I am taking Durezol drops for my eye (three per day) and am due to see ...
Posted 1 Sep 2009 by • 1 answer
Posted 17 Oct 2013 by • 1 answer
I am 24, I have an unspecified auto immune disease, which causes uveitis in both eyes. I have been? on pred drops for four years. Because of the cataract risk they are suggesting Methotrexate to suppress the system and stop the eyes flaring up. I do not have any of the symptoms in the eyes, but ...
Posted 18 Apr 2014 by • 1 answer
My friend has been on durezol for nearly seven months, sometimes using the drops every two hours. During that time she has had three respiratory infections. Do you believe that the two are connected?
I've had uveitis in my right eye for the past 5 months, I was using Pred fort, 1 drop every hour for
Posted 17 Nov 2015 by • 1 answer
... almost 4 months. The information has reduced a lot but my iris is stuck( diluted) and will not go back to normal, my right eye is becoming smaller because the pupil cannot restrict the light. My doctor says may never go back to normal, because the muscle has been stretched for too long. Has ...
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