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I am 52 years old and problems I have are related to knees. Changes on the knees happened before I entered menopause and I did not paid much attention to them (pain , swelling, stiffness). When the pain got stronger I went to see a doctor and he gave me a diagnose rheumatoid arthritis. He prescribed me with Infliximab to reduce symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis

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Infliximab is the medication used with rheumatoid disease. Its mechanism is based on affecting the inflammation itself by inhibiting human necrosis factor, which is important in inflammation process and acts immunosuppressive. It affects the immune response of the body, not to give the autoimmune response. It has some side effects, respiratory problems being on the top of the list.
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