Limit time in the sun, wear protective clothing, and use high-SPF sunscreen.

For adults with active psoriatic arthritis (PsA) in whom TNF blockers did not work well.

Taking

For adults with active psoriatic arthritis (PsA) in whom TNF blockers did not work well.

For adults with active psoriatic arthritis (PsA) in whom TNF blockers did not work well.

A once-daily pill—not an injection—to treat psoriatic arthritis

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Take RINVOQ once a day, every day

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RINVOQ can be taken with or without food

Avoid food or drink containing grapefruit.

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Do not split, crush, or chew the pill

Call your healthcare provider if you see medication residue (a whole tablet or tablet pieces) in your stool.

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Understanding the possible side effects of RINVOQ

Consider the benefits and risks of taking RINVOQ to make an informed treatment choice with your rheumatologist.

Have you ever been prescribed a TNF blocker for psoriatic arthritis (PsA)?

Yes, I've been prescribed a TNF blocker

If you’re still experiencing PsA symptoms after a TNF blocker like HUMIRA® or ENBREL®, RINVOQ, a JAK inhibitor, is different and may help.

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No, I haven't

There are many PsA treatment options that work in different ways. If you haven't seen improvement in your PsA symptoms it may be time discuss options with your rheumatologist.

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I'm not sure

There are many PsA treatment options that work in different ways. If you're not sure what type of medication you're currently taking, it's important to ask your rheumatologist. If you haven’t seen improvement in your PsA symptoms, it may be time to discuss options with your rheumatologist.

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Not yet diagnosed

If you believe you're experiencing PsA symptoms, it's important to see a rheumatologist to be evaluated. If you’re diagnosed, you and your rheumatologist can work together to create a treatment plan that meets your personal needs.

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HUMIRA® and ENBREL® are examples of TNF blockers. ENBREL® (etanercept) is a registered trademark of Immunex Corporation in the US.

If you haven’t had significant improvement in your PsA joint and skin* symptoms after a TNF blocker, it may be time for a treatment change. See how Tim and his doctor decided to make the change to RINVOQ.

*RINVOQ is not approved to treat plaque psoriasis.

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Awarded the Arthritis Foundation's Ease of Use Commendation, RINVOQ's innovative bottle cap includes:

  • Wide profile and easy-grip texture
  • Embedded tool that seamlessly punctures the foil liner
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Savings and support from the start

>95% of people with self- or employer-provided insurance plans or Medicare Part D are covered for RINVOQ.*

RINVOQ Complete provides a 1:1 personalized experience based on what you need, when you need it—from helping make sense of your insurance coverage to finding ways to help you save. Chat with a RINVOQ Complete live agent >

When it comes to treating your PsA, who takes the lead?

Preparing for a visit with your PsA specialist can help you make the most of your time together. The Appointment Checklist can help you discuss symptoms, challenges, goals, and more.

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Preparing for a visit with your PsA specialist can help you make the most of your time together. The Appointment Checklist can help you discuss symptoms, challenges, goals, and more.

Start the Appointment Checklist now >

If you want to manage PsA symptoms, set treatment goals, and celebrate wins along the way, a rheumatologist is your best teammate. Make an appointment with a PsA specialist—and ask for RINVOQ.

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*National commercial and Medicare Part D formulary coverage as of June 2023