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Remicade is a TNF inhibitor drug like Enbrel. There are three TNF inhibitors: Enbrel, Remicade and Humira. Unlike the other two, Remicade is given in an infusion, usually six to eight weeks apart. At the doctor's office or an infusion clinic, they hook you up to an IV bag with saline solution, then inject the Remicade into the bag and let it slowly drip into your vein. It takes about two hours.

I know people with PsA who've done very well on it. I tried it for my RA but I had an allergic reaction and couldn't take it anymore.

There's lots to consider when picking an NSAID. Together, you and your doctor need to weigh all the pros and cons for your individual situation and physical health.

All NSAIDs can be tough on the tummy, some are tough on the liver, others on the kidneys. Here's a list of some commonly used NSAIDs: Amigesic, Dolobid, Mobic, Orudis, Relafen, Feldene, Naprosyn, Voltaren, Indocin, Clinoril, Tolectin, Lodine, Daypro, Celebrex.