Has anyone found themselves to be iron deficient or vitamin d deficient while on Rasuvo?
I am taking rasuvo and I'm experiencing stomach cramps and discomfort, nausea etc. Is this a normal side effect? I've been on it before and don't recall feeling this bad but I had been on methotrexate pills and switched to the Injectable. This time I've been completely off rasuvo/methotrexate for 4 months while trying to fight a bad sinus infection. I just started the rasuvo back last week and have been nauseated enough to throw up. The stomach cramps are pretty uncomfortable as well.… read more
I was taking methotrexate pills for 2 months which made me sick for days at a time. Dr. switched me to Rasuvo. BCBSOK denied it without trying an injectable first. The thought of injecting myself with a needle causes me anxiety. I picked it up, got it home and could not do it. As of today I've gone 2.5 weeks without it, and the pain is ridiculous. Anybody else had this issue with BCBS and were you ever able to get it approved, and how?
Doctors don't think my meds are causing my ulcers but 3 months after starting remicade Infusions started to have issues now a scope shows several ulcers where throat meets stomach
My rheumatologist office told me the infected foot has nothing to do with my ra or being on rasuvo and xelijanz. Everything I have read says infected cuts are most definitely a side effect of ra and immunocompromising meds. Has this happened to anyone else?
I have been on Cosentyx for 6 months, originally on 150mg and the past three weeks I have been doing a new starter dose of 300mg for 5 weeks. Has anyone experience extreme exhaustion? I really cannot get over this fatigue. I am also on rasuvo shots. Any help would be great.
Hi! I was just wondering if anyone knew what the normal or average dose of methotrexate was for treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. I understand it varies based off of how aggressive it is, but I'm just wondering if I should expect my Rheumy to bump up my once weekly 20mg dosage of Rasuvo (injectable methotrexate) at my next appointment. Just curious is all, thank you in advance!