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    silvercindy posted:
    My actual meds are methotrexate 15mg at times 20mg,every week .cimzia 200mg every 15 days ,5 mg of corteson everyday,folic acid everyday besides the day before and after methotraxate,calcium d3 everyday .celebrex before sleep if necessary please i need advice, i am in pain mostly wrists, ancle, can't bear to stand on my knees, sjorgen desease mouth very dry when i wake up in the morning,sore throut for more then a year. dryness inside ears with dry skin that hurts when i lay my head on pillow itching elbows .Four hour sleep x night i feel so tired, during the day very little consentration my daughter says that i snore very loud and have apnea,very sad wish that someone can help me .
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