There isn’t a cure for PsA (psoriatic arthritis) at the moment, but the right treatment for you could help manage your symptoms.1 What works well for one person might be different for someone else, and this can change over time, so it’s important to know what the options are.2 That way, you can have an informed conversation with your healthcare professional – take a look at our tips to help you during your appointment.
For your treatment to stand the best chance of working, it’s important to follow it exactly as your doctor has advised you to.3 If you have any concerns, or think your treatment isn’t managing your PsA as desired, or as well as it once did, please speak to your healthcare professional.4 Some people may worry that speaking up about dissatisfaction or concerns with treatment could mean that they end up with something worse – or nothing at all.5 But it’s really important to have an open and honest conversation with your doctor.
There are lots of treatments out there, so it may take a little time to find the best match for you.6 What you’re prescribed will depend on:2,7,8
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