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    13 Ways to Manage Side Effects of Methotrexate
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    Most people who have RA will be prescribed methotrexate at some point. Most side effects of methotrexate are reversible or can be prevented. A list of ways to moderate side effects of methotrexate.

    Link to more information on methotrexate to help with the decision about whether to take it to fight RA.
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    An_215674 responded:
    Thank you Anon_633. You pointed me to the RA Warrior web-site that answered all my questions and put me at ease with the decison I must make...God bless you......I will no longer postpone treatment.


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