Tracy
...feeling frustrated Tracy @tracyp

Itch, treatment, diet

Anyone else have to stop taking a biologic because it was weakening their already weak immune system to much?

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Theme Biologics for Psoriasis

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Alex
Alex @alexbrown

I had to stop having a biological injection treatment when I was diagnosed with a cancerous tumour.
I’m not saying that the treatment had any part in the cancer - and I was previously on a long course of cyclosporin which could just as easily have contributed to it - but having cancer and the resulting surgery and chemo precludes any possibility of having an immunosuppressant for at least 5 years.


Drum
Drum @anorak

Alex here in Australia, in order to qualify for biologics on pharmaceutical benefit scheme, they force you to take cyclosporin. I have a genetic predisposition towards non-Hodgkins lymphoma! Also my grandfather passed away a few months ago from non-Hodgkins lymphoma. I took cyclosporin for 30 days and it made zero difference to my psoriasis, I fear what it may have done to my body during that time.

Nonetheless, I’ve been on biologics for a year now and my psoriasis is gone. It’s changed my life.


 john,Hulk
john,Hulk @chewbacca

I never started on them and wont but if things were bad who knows ?, too many risks with these i know and usually i hear people have to go offthese after certain amount of time or change thses bios etc these and symptoms come back worseonce you stop ,I am used to the flakes but not severe thankfully since i was a child , All the best to you all

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