6 Reasons You Might Consider Taking a JAK Inhibitor
7 Reasons a JAK Inhibitor May Not Be Right For You
You have moderate to severe psoriatic arthritis.
You haven’t responded well, or enough, to other treatments.
Your current treatment has stopped working.
You’re experiencing negative side effects from your current medication.
Psoriatic arthritis is affecting your quality of life.
You prefer an oral medication to an injection or infusion.
You have a high risk of infection.
You have liver or kidney problems.
You have a history of cancer.
You have a history of blood clots.
You have a history of heart attack or stroke.
You have had shingles.
You’re pregnant or planning on getting pregnant.