Prescription onlyDrug class: Autoimmune

Remicade Reviews

(Infliximab)

Prescription onlyDrug class: Autoimmune
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Reviews of Remicade (Infliximab)

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76%
think this method is worth it
62%
think this method works well
15%
think this method is a hassle
  • Remicade changed my life. Before I started it, I was in constant pain and had a difficult time getting out of a chair or turning over in bed. Now I have only minor pain and live a full and happy life.
    67
    Two years or more
    Ankylosing spondylitis
  • The way in which the infusion is billed to your insurance can considerably impact the amount you pay to get the treatment
    33
    Woman
    Rheumatoid arthritis (moderate to severe)
  • Have gotten severe psoriasis from the medication.
    24
    Woman
    Two years or more
    Crohn's disease (fistulizing)
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  • Remicade was the only drug that helped bring me into remission. I have to sit for a 2.5-3hr infusion every 4 weeks, but it's worth it. I am way more prone to colds/sinus infections than I ever was, and need the flu shot yearly.
    31
    Woman
  • Over time you may develop antibodies to the medication which will render it useless, which happened to me.
    16
    Woman
    Crohn's disease (fistulizing)
  • Make sure you set up Remistart To save on the high cost.
    59
    Man
    Ulcerative colitis (moderate to severe)
  • Got up from the first infusion a changed woman. The 3+ hour infusion gives me a chance to catch up on reading or take a nap. I actually look forward to the interlude. I can adjust the timing of the infusions to correspond with the weather.
    69
    Woman
    Ankylosing spondylitis
  • Wish I'd known how infections would affect me. A case of strep took me 7 weeks to get over. Not fun!
    42
    Woman
    Crohn's disease (moderate to severe)
  • If you have a lot of gi problems it's best to take the injection rather than in pill form.
    16
    Woman
    Rheumatoid arthritis (moderate to severe)