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  • Hey 83, first f all congratu6on your final ratings! I am in a very similar boat as you as I have psoriasis arthritis for about 7 years now. I've been on humira for about 6 months, then I didn't have an active prescription due to a PCS. Anyways, if you don't mind sharing, I was wondering what percentages you received from the psoriasis / psoriatic arthritis?

    I appreciate your time.

    -Adam
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    crag83
    80% for the Air Force (psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis) & 100% VA (psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, anxiety/depression,etc) w/ permanent retirement from the Air Force. I am not sure if you have psoriasis but ensure you get a letter stating you take Humira for the rest of your life for psoriasis & psoriatic arthritis. When you do CP exams make sure you think about your worst day.
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    crag83
    You may already know this but there has been significant research done on the use of anti-depressants in relation to psoriatic arthritis. Meaning, anti-depressants help with going through the condition because excess stress cause flare ups and having psoriatic arthritis is stressful (kind of a vicious cycle.) The reason I say this is because you can rated on that to from the VA.
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    crag83
    You may already know this but there has been significant research done on the use of anti-depressants in relation to psoriatic arthritis. Meaning, anti-depressants help with going through the condition because excess stress cause flare ups and having psoriatic arthritis is stressful (kind of a vicious cycle.) The reason I say this is because you can rated on that to from the VA.
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