Using Humira To Treat Multiple Diseases

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I've been diagnosed with UC since I was 5. I am now 18 and for the most part my UC has been pretty mild. However I find myself suffering more from psoriasis and although not diagnosed yet but fairly certain, some form of arthritis. I often find my bones and joints aching, I have patches of psoriasis that just won't go away but my UC only flares once every one to two years. I'm not on much medication and if I am my doses are very low. I'm wondering if taking Humira would be a good option as it could treat all three illnesses, or if it would be a step backwards for me since all my conditions are mild- moderate and I have been able to live with them. I guess I'm just looking for someone with a similar story? Did Humira treat multiple problems for any of you?



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