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Lymphomatoid papulosis, prescribed soriatane substitute for methotrexate. Will it be effective?

I am taking 25mg/1x a week of Methotrexate for Lymphomatoid papulosis (LyP) and my doctor would like me to consider changing to Soriatane (starting at 10mg/day, increasing to 20-25mg/day). Other than fatigue , I haven t had any major side affects on Mtx. I m nervous about changing to something that may not be any more affective than what i m currently on. What are your thoughts on Mtx vs Soriatane?
Asked On : Sun, 20 May 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern the "Methotrexate" is excellent drug works very nicely in certain disease and inducing very minimal side effects generally this is well tolerated if you are comfortable with the Methotrexate the no need to change the drug, in my opinion it is not good idea to change the drug for no good reason have nice day.
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