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They have definitely given me some pain relief from my PSA, but the fatigue is overwhelming. I'm a middle school teacher, and could literally sleep 12 hours a night and still wake up tired. Has anyone found a way to battle fatigue? Thanks in advance!
Chills, fever, nausea, gastric distress, loss of taste and smell, inability to take deep breath, sinus flow, Reynauld's like flare-ups to both fingers and toes throughout day intermittently, burning eyes, orthostatic hypotension, gross fatigue leading me to sleep more than my cat.
I have had scalp problems for about 13 years and was previously diagnosed with psoriasis. It has now spread to cover more of my scalp where it was previously just the back of my head. If you have psoriasis on your scalp was it hard to be diagnosed? Is this what yours looks like? Do you have more symptoms than just the scalp issues (fatigue, joint pain, etc)? The area in the photo has appeared within the last few months but on the back of my head where it’s been feels more… read more
If methotrexate has helped you what kind of psoriasis do you have and where on your body do you have it. I have it on my hands and feet. My dermatologist said it's the hardest to treat those areas. My insurance denied Humira until I try 3 months of methotrexate. I'm on 5 mg every two weeks. Just took my second dose. I'm experiencing headaches and fatigue. Still having flare ups with my skin. I'm sorry we have to meet this way but it's so helpful to have support from you… read more
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