I’ve recurrent episcleritis, a migrating polyarticular arthritis, and a leukocytoclastic small-vessel vasculitis. I switched to Entyvio in Nov 2016. I’ve been on sulfasalazine, Apriso, and Lialda, and now back to sulfa (dose recently doubled).
Leslie C – “Currently I am in a state of remission from ulcerative colitis.” Some more details about Leslie: I love to read, mostly self-help and spiritually inspired works these days by authors like Wayne Dyer, Depak Chopra and Louise Hay. I love to garden and work with growing things that respond to sunlight, water and love. I have a herb garden with lots of… Read More »Don’t Give Up
Hey UC’ers, Here is a study that caught my eye. Especially considering the skin lesions (skin rash, eczema) issues I dealt with after starting Humira about 7 years ago. I was a bit shocked to read that one third of those with IBD will deal with skin issues at some point. Give us a break right… This study showed some positive outcome for a UC’er… Read More »33% of IBD Patients Will Experience Skin Lesions at Some Point
Happy 4th of July to all the American based or celebrating UC’ers of the world. There have been some questions over the past few weeks with regards to a relatively new medication call “Entyvio” or sometimes Vedolizumab (and I’m sure there are several other regional/country specific names that this medication has been branded as. So, in a list of links to some reliable source, I… Read More »Information about Entyvio or Vedolizumab (New Medication)
There has been some recent news breaking the airwaves/internet waves about some clinical study data which you may find impressive especially if you are interested in entyvio reviews from patients. Farther down you can read about entyvio side effects as well. The name of the medication behind all the hype is of course Entyvio aka Vedolizumab. Many of the news articles and published studies are… Read More »Entyvio Reviews or Vedolizumab – the Integrin Antagonist