Combined Methotextrate And Interferon Usage.

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Keith Says:

Hi all,

I'm interested in your opinions on this.

I have MS.I also have rather severe Psoriasis. PA got pretty damn awful tbh.

So I've went for Metho usage and I have Inter. as I mentioned.

Now the concern , at the time, was my immune system being lowered, could potentially cause me to have another episode(MS progression).:/

But as I've said the pain was awful.Enough for me to risk further disability.

Does anyone have any thoughts as to wether I should be worried besides what I've mentioned?

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keith Says:

No replies.:( it'm now upto 15mg of metho.I wanted to get the relief from psoriatic arthritis 7 days.That seems to be accomplished with no new symptoms.

Fingers crossed.

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