Sophie recalls the medications she has taken to ease her pain associated with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis.
When I was younger and I was first diagnosed, I started on Naprosyn, which worked for my flare one time, and then I had a period where I didn’t have my flare and it came back, and Naprosyn didn’t work. So I went on to Clinoril, and that worked for that flare again, and then the next time it didn’t. So it has been a progression of many medications, and now I am on Enbrel, which is where a lot of people end up with arthritis.
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