Well second dose injected Thursday ,it's now sunny Monday ,I feel pooooo I ache more I swear,my hands are puffed my feet hot also I'm not sure if related but I have little bruises appearing, legs mainly I'm thinking have I knocked them on something ,so I kept an eye on that .

I'm hoping this isn't all in my mind and that im not making it up , looking for symtoms, but if I stand back so to speak...... no im definatly more swollen and achey i want Cimzia to work i really do ...if I don't take ibuprofen and a paracetamol ( which i do twice three times daily ) I'm stiff ,but my hands are still puffed, and feet hot.

Sylvi how's your panning out ? Have you felt anything different.

I might just ring the cimzia nurse lady .

Have a good day lovely people .

Angie x

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  • I don't know if this related or not,but all weekend i have had dizzy spells,nausia,focus keeps going and my tinnitus is also playing up. On the plus side my hands don't seem as

  • Hi Angel

    I'm sorry your feeling so bad.

    I give this poem to people who are in need of some comfort and support, and I think you need it!

    When angels sense you need them

    And angels always do

    They come unseen from everywhere

    To help and comfort you

    They hover close beside you

    Till all your cares are gone

    Till they can see you're ready

    Once again to carry on

    Then some of them fly away

    And take their gentle touch

    To other hearts that need the love

    Of angels very much

    But one at least stays with you

    As your constant friend and guide

    For guardian angels never leave you

    They are always by your side!

    Take care and gentle hugs and angel blessings to you xx

  • Beautiful thank you ???

  • Your welcome,

    I thought it might help cheer you up, being as you're feeling so bad

    take care and angel blessings

  • I just started Cimzia not long ago myself (I've previously been on Enbrel & Humira). Last week was my second injection. I felt better for about a day and then went back to flaring. My next injection is this coming Tuesday (July 9th). I know it'll take up to 12 weeks before I know if it's really going to work or not (and six months to know how well it'll work), but at this point, I figure it's worth trying!

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