My partner was diagnosed during the first covid 19 lockdown with Adult Onset Still's Disease and I was just looking for some advice regarding his treatment. I know this disease is very rare, so this may not be able to be answered here, but I'm concerned about the way the hospital is handling his treatment. He's been suffering with Still's since April and it took nearly 3 months of being told he had covid and to stay at home and then finally 3 weeks in hospital for him to be diagnosed. He was originally treated with 20mg prednisolone and this helped to begin with, but as his treatment started to be lowered to 10 mg, his symptoms came back with full force (temperature above 39 degrees in the mornings, rash under the arms and on the feet, joint and muscle pain). He's since been put back on prednisolone 40mg and this is again being lowered, but now that he has reached 20 mg again, his symptoms are returning. His consultant started off being super helpful, however he has since left and it feels as though from the moment he announced he was leaving that he's really dropped the ball. His new consultant hasn't contacted him for an appointment yet, but the last news we heard is that he will likely be put on methotrexate as well. So I was really just wondering if anyone here also has Still's (or a family member who does) that might be able to advise what treatment helped them? I know everyone is different, but me and my partner are so new to this disease and it's really hard to find out what other treatment options we might be able to ask the consultant about. Many thanks!