There are many things I can’t control, like when I get to talk to my husband, when he’s coming home, and when our little baby will be born.
Being pregnant often means going off certain treatments for psoriatic arthritis. But there are still many ways to keep symptoms at bay.
Early fears clouded excitement over the arrival of my little bundle of joy. It’s not that I wasn’t happy about having a baby, I was just scared to my wits’ end.
After eight years of severe symptoms, Amberlee Barricklow was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis and put on biologics. Here, she talks about her experience with these medications.