Vicky

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i have morpheoa and I have been put on a coarse of methotrexate once a week and folic acid once a week. Has anyone else got this condition and taking the same treat ment,if so is it working I have had Morpheoa  for fifteen years and had no success in getting rid of it

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    https://patient.info/doctor/morphoea

    Have you read this page Vicky?  I have never heard of Morphoea and looked it up.

    I hope the MTX [Methotrexate] helps.

     

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    Hi Vicky,

    What dose are you on ?

    I am on 20mgs MTX and 5 mgs Folic Acid.

    Been on it since May 2002, bit of an old lag on this.

    I take the Folic Acid every day but not on the MTX day.

    Was stressed to me that the Folic Acid was very important.

    My repeat prescriptions alway say once a week for the Folic Acid, but the consultant said every day.

    You need to check with your consultant on the Folic Acid.

    I have never had any side effects like some have had, i do believe it's the Folic Acid that helps.

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      I am on a low dose at moment I have only just started on it so taking 6 tablets once a week at moment but will go up to eight and one folic acid once a week I shall not stay on it as long as you if I don't see a result within a year I shall give up
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      I was taking MTX and Folic acid but had to stop recently.

      The folic acid helps with nausea.  I only took it once a week.  I was fortunate, I didn't suffer from nausea.

      I took MTX for 18 months and it helped with my Mucous Membrane Pemphigoid but I developed severe joint pains and stopped taking it.  The pain is gradually lessening.

       

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