I like the second guessI'm on a low dose, 30mg per day, and I've only had 3 doses.
My body's thermostat is out of whack, I'm achy, and I've had trouble with my hands or legs shaking.
It doesn't seem like this should be possible? So, maybe a flare?
Or a psychosomatic reaction because I'm an idiot??
Can that cause tremors or shaking? I'll read the link at lunchtime, thanks.Can you see a different rheumatologist?
Sero negative SpA is common with crohns
Ds was dx woth the kiddie version jspa
Find one who has experience with spondyloarthritis
Learn about the six traditional forms of spondylitis include: Ankylosing spondylitisis, Enteropathic arthritis (EnA) Psoriatic arthritis (PsA) Reactive arthritis/Reiter's syndrome (ReA) Juvenile spondylitis (JSpA) Undifferentiated spondylitis.www.spondylitis.org
That's just crazy. Being treated for one thing, with a treatment that should also treat another thing, can trigger (not cause) the second thing to manifest??? Humans are complicated and weird.So here is the thing biologics Scan “unmask” other autoimmune disorders
So a drug that is normally used to treat psoriasis can unmask it while the person is taking the biologic
It doesn’t cause the disease just brings it to the surface
So you can develop a new disease while on a biologic that should treat that disease