Muscle spasms is reported only by a few people with Psoriatic arthritis. We study 1 people who have Muscle spasms and Psoriatic arthritis from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Psoriatic arthritis (inflammation of the skin and joints with kin condition which typically causes patches (plaques) of red, scaly skin to develop) can be treated by Enbrel, Humira, Methotrexate, Methotrexate sodium, Remicade (latest reports from 843 Psoriatic arthritis patients)
Muscle spasms (muscle contraction) has been reported by people with multiple sclerosis, osteoporosis, high blood cholesterol, high blood pressure (latest reports from 105,005 Muscle spasms patients).
On Oct, 16, 2016
1 person who has Psoriatic Arthritis and Muscle Spasms is studied.
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I have psoratic arthritis and achalasia. I have had achalasia for over 30 years, didn't even think it was not normal to be sick in your mouth for a long time. Only discovered the two conditions could be related due to being auto immune conditions. I self inject 25mg of methotrexate one per week, I take anti inflammatories, omeprazole for my stomach and folic acid every day with the exception of the day I inject then I don't take folic acid. In the last couple of years I began experiencing pain in my chest when swallowing but still regurgitating food daily. Just wondered if there was anyone else out there that has these two conditions?
Hello. I am Marilee and after 21 yrs of various diagnoses was finally diagnosed with Psoriatic Arthritis with Spondylitis and Osteo as well but I came upon this group through a web search on muscle spasm and Psoriatic Arthritis. I have also been diagnosed with Essential Tremor but I am of the belief that the tremor is often a spasm, separate from the more typical painful muscle spasm. I am a teacher of piano and voice so I use my voice a lot and will frequently have the muscles of the front of my neck seize up. This is just one both professionally and physically painful issue with muscle spasm. Any one else experience spasms and where. I also get them from what seems to be the Achilles Tendon, along the outside of my ankles. Only a warm moist compress will ease both of these. Comments welcome!!!!
My Cholesterol was 5.0mmol/L and Trig was 1.4mmol/L in January 2015 I commenced Leflunomide in August 2015. Since then my Cholesterol has increased each three months It is now Chol 9.5 mmol/L and Trig 3.6 mmol/L My diet has remained consistant and I have lost aprox 3 kilos as part of an ...
I have psoratic arthritis and achalasia. I have had achalasia for over 30 years, didn't even think it was not normal to be sick in your mouth for a long time. Only discovered the two conditions could be related due to being auto immune conditions. I self inject 25mg of methotrexate one per ...
Hello, My doctor started me on Singulair and I can't believe how well it treats my allergies and breathing but I am having terrible muscle spasms that are causing problems. I hate to get off this because it helps so much but the pain of the cramping and spasms is horrible. I am hydrated ...
I was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis in January. I was put on steroids and now I have been put on Sulfasalazine. I have been on it for 2 weeks and still in pain. Can't wait for it to kick in and start helping with the pain.
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