Psoriatic ArthritisTreatment

Is Your Psoriatic Arthritis Treatment Working?

Your Results: Your psoriatic arthritis is reasonably controlled

Your symptoms of psoriatic arthritis appear to be under reasonable control and have minimal effect on your daily living activities. However, it is important to talk with your doctor if you feel that your condition has intensified over the past few months or has interfered with your work, social, or recreational activities. You and your doctor may consider reassessing your score in the future to ensure that your current treatment plan is optimal.

View a Breakdown of your Answers

Question 1 of 10

Over the past 6 weeks, how severe have your joint pain, swelling, stiffness, and/or mobility limitations been?

  • ANot at all
  • BMild; does not limit my normal activities
  • CModerate; limits my daily activities somewhat
  • DSevere; significantly limits my daily activities

Question 2 of 10

Do you currently have symptoms of psoriasis or have you been diagnosed with psoriasis?

  • AYes, I have symptoms currently
  • BYes, I have had symptoms in the past but not now
  • CYes, I have been diagnosed with psoriasis
  • DNo

Question 3 of 10

If you're not currently living with or have a history of psoriasis, do you have a parent, sibling, uncle, aunt, grandparent, or half-sibling with psoriasis?

  • AYes, I have at least one family member with a history of psoriasis
  • BNo, I have no family history of psoriasis
  • CDoesn't apply to me: I have a history of or currently have psoriasis

Question 4 of 10

Do you have, or have you had, swelling of your fingers and/or toes that gives them a sausage-like appearance?

  • AYes
  • BNo

Question 5 of 10

Do you have any fingernails or toenails that are brittle; prone to cracking; have pits or dents; or have excess thickening between the free nail edge and fingertip skin, or painless separation of the nail from the nail bed?

  • AYes
  • BNo

Question 6 of 10

Do you have swelling at sites where the tendon or ligament attaches to the bone (e.g., the connection between the Achilles tendon and the heel bone) that makes it difficult or painful for you to walk?

  • AYes
  • BNo

Question 7 of 10

Have you ever received an antibody blood test for rheumatoid arthritis?

  • AYes, and it was positive for rheumatoid arthritis
  • BYes, and it was negative for rheumatoid arthritis
  • CNo

Question 8 of 10

Do you have chronic pain in your lower back, hips, and/or buttocks that worsens when walking or standing for extended periods of time; when you transition from sitting or standing; or when you climb stairs?

  • AYes
  • BNo

Question 9 of 10

Have you experienced any symptoms in your eyes (e.g., dryness, redness, blurred vision, light sensitivity, tearing, or dark floating spots)?

  • AYes
  • BNo

Question 10 of 10

Is your joint pain asymmetrical (e.g., one knee is more swollen and painful than the other) or symmetrical (e.g., both knees are equally swollen)?

  • AAsymmetrical
  • BSymmetrical

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